It Takes Two on MLB Draft Day: Stroke of Luck and Brush of Genius

In his capacity as an Editorial Writer for DodgersNation.com, Attorney Jeremy Evans with California Sports Lawyer, has written an article entitled It Takes Two on MLB Draft Day: Stroke of Luck and Brush of Genius.

"The key is to win more than you lose, to win big on one or a few prospects, and/or to learn from your mistakes. The sheer amount of players being drafted and those whose names who have now been forgotten in time because they are no long playing is staggering. This time of the year reminds us of how hard it is to make it and how truly great and mysterious the game can be when drafting and developing talent. As a scout once said, you are either a prospect or a suspect: it takes five years to prove you are bad as a prospect, and five years to prove you are good if suspect . . ."

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Jeremy M. Evans is the Managing Attorney at California Sports Lawyer®, representing Sports, Entertainment, and Business Professionals and is licensed to practice law in California.