Neil DeMause at the site run by ex-Deadspin folks.
Details of the "draft league":
The league is “free for players,” which is another way of saying that they’ll get no compensation beyond room and pre- and post-game PB&J sandwiches. Players are further warned that they will “need to pay their way to get to the league at the start date,” so expect rosters heavy on players hailing from within driving distance of the northern Appalachians.
As the annual player draft is being moved back to July in an accompanying move, explains the FAQ, “there is a new opportunity for the top draft prospects to showcase their skills against each other and boost their draft stock.” Previously, players could only do this by playing for free in high school and college; now they’ll be able to put their talents on display for free after they graduate as well.
_“Due to COVID-19 protocols, players should bring their own equipment, such as helmets, catchers gear, batting gloves, cleats, mitts, etc.,” something that should create not just the pay scale but the aesthetic of a youth rec league. (Teams will provide bats...)