Although Major League Baseball's amateur draft is less than six months away, the scouting schedule leading into the home stretch remains in flux. One key unresolved matter is the league's desire to host a medical combine-like event in June, just weeks before the draft unfolds. The league has started to notify teams of potential logistics in recent weeks, according to multiple sources who spoke to CBS Sports and who are familiar with the matter. 

MLB gained the right to host a combine or combine-like event in either 2020 or 2021 last March, as part of its agreement with the MLB Players Association. (MLB also gained the power to reduce the draft in both years, with last year's checking in at five rounds and this year's requiring at least 20 rounds.) The sources who spoke to CBS Sports in recent days provided an outline of the league's vision and potential adjacent plans.