Somehow, Flordia RHP Brady Singer managed to fall all the way to pick 18 in the 1st round of the MLB Draft, as the Royals added him to their organization.


Singer has quite the resume, as he has awards to his name such as Baseball America Player of the Year, SEC Pitcher of the Year, and a First-Team All-American.


In his 2018 campaign with the Florida Gators, he has posted a record of 11-1, with an ERA of 2.17. He has also struck out 98 batters in 95 innings while holding opponents to a .188 batting average.


The 6-5 Singer has posted numbers that have placed him in University of Florida record books.


He should be poised to be one of the top pitching prospects in not only the  Royals system but the entire MLB, as his dominance on the mound is nothing short of breathtaking.


Fans of the Kansas City organization should be excited about their potential future ace, as Singer will make his mark on the MLB sooner, rather than later.


The Kansas City Royals currently sit in 4th place in the AL Central, with a record of 25-37.