Certain players might be deemed as less-than-feasible options, though, based on the thought of unreasonable contractual demands.
"It's not just because the name is Scott Boras.
"If the financial demands are such that they are higher than we value a player, then it could be Scott Boras or Scott Baio. If they tell us a guy wants $15 million, and we only thinks he's worth $3 million, then we probably won't draft him."
"History tells us which agents have unfair demands, in our opinion," Laumann said. "But again, it's not just about Boras. We have a fiscal responsibility."