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2019 MLB Draft Day 1 Results

Jun 4, 2019 8:29 AM

The first two rounds of the Major League Baseball first-year player draft were held on Monday night.

Rounds 3 to 10 will be held on Tuesday, with Rounds 11 to 40 on Wednesday.

 

Round 1

1. Baltimore Orioles - Adley Rutschman, C, Oregon State

2. Kansas City Royals: Bobby Witt Jr., SS, Colleyville (Texas) Heritage HS

3. Chicago White Sox: Andrew Vaughn, 1B, Cal

4. Miami Marlins: J.J. Bleday, OF, Vanderbilt

5. Detroit Tigers: Riley Greene, OF, Hagerty HS (Oviedo, Florida)

6. San Diego Padres: C.J. Abrams, SS, Blessed Trinity HS (Roswell, Georgia)

7. Cincinnati Reds: Nick Lodolo, LHP, TCU

8. Texas Rangers: Josh Jung, 3B, Texas Tech

9. Atlanta Braves: Shea Langeliers, C, Baylor

10. San Francisco Giants: Hunter Bishop, OF, Arizona State

11. Toronto Blue Jays: Alek Manoah, RHP, West Virginia

12. New York Mets: Brett Baty, 3B, Lake Travis HS (Austin, Texas)

13. Minnesota Twins: Keoni Cavaco, 3B, Eastlake HS (Chula Vista, California)

14. Philadelphia Phillies: Bryson Stott, SS, UNLV

15. Los Angeles Angels: Will Wilson, SS, NC State

16. Arizona Diamondbacks: Corbin Carroll, OF, Lakeside HS (Seattle)

17. Washington Nationals: Jackson Rutledge, RHP, San Jacinto College

18. Pittsburgh Pirates: Quinn Priester, RHP, Cary-Grove (Illinois) HS

19. St. Louis Cardinals: Zack Thompson, LHP, Kentucky

20. Seattle Mariners: George Kirby, RHP, Elon

21. Atlanta Braves: Braden Shewmake, SS/3B, Texas A&M

22. Tampa Bay Rays: Greg Jones, SS, UNC Wilmington

23. Colorado Rockies: Michael Toglia, 1B/OF, UCLA

24. Cleveland Indians: Daniel Espino, RHP, Georgia Premier Academy

25. Los Angeles Dodgers: Kody Hoese, 3B, Tulane

26. Arizona Diamondbacks: Blake Walston, LHP, New Hanover (North Carolina) HS

27. Chicago Cubs: Ryan Jensen, RHP, Fresno State

28. Milwaukee Brewers: Ethan Small, LHP, Mississippi State

29. Oakland Athletics: Logan Davidson, SS, Clemson

30. New York Yankees: Anthony Volpe, SS, Delbarton HS (Morristown, New Jersey)

31. Los Angeles Dodgers: Michael Busch, 1B, North Carolina

32. Houston Astros: Korey Lee, C, Cal

 

Compensation Picks

33. Arizona Diamondbacks: Brennan Malone, RHP, IMG Academy

34. Arizona Diamondbacks: Drey Jameson, RHP, Ball State

 

Competitive Balance Round A

35. Miami Marlins: Kameron Misner, OF, Missouri

36. Tampa Bay Rays: J.J. Goss, RHP, Cypress Ranch HS (Houston)

37. Pittsburgh Pirates: Sammy Siani, OF, Penn Charter School (Philadelphia)

38. New York Yankees: T.J. Sikkema, LHP, Missouri

39. Minnesota Twins: Matt Wallner, OF, Southern Miss

40. Tampa Bay Rays: Seth Johnson, RHP, Campbell

41. Texas Rangers: Davis Wendzel, 3B, Baylor

 

Round 2

42. Baltimore Orioles: Gunnar Henderson, SS, Morgan Academy (Selma, Alabama)

43. Boston Red Sox: Cameron Cannon, SS, Arizona

44. Kansas City Royals: Brady McConnell, SS, Florida

45. Chicago White Sox: Matthew Thompson, RHP, Cypress Ranch HS (Houston)

46. Miami Marlins: Nasim Nunez, SS, Collins Hill HS (Suwanee, Georgia)

47. Detroit Tigers: Nick Quintana, 3B, Arizona

48. San Diego Padres: Joshua Mears, OF, Federal Way (Washington) HS

49. Cincinnati Reds: Rece Hinds, SS, IMG Academy

50. Texas Rangers: Ryan Garcia, RHP, UCLA

51. San Francisco Giants: Logan Wyatt, 1B, Louisville

52. Toronto Blue Jays: Kendall Williams, RHP, IMG Academy

53. New York Mets: Josh Wolf, RHP, St. Thomas HS (Bellaire, Texas)

54. Minnesota Twins: Matt Canterino, RHP, Rice

55. Los Angeles Angels: Kyren Paris, SS, Freedom HS (Oakley, California)

56. Arizona Diamondbacks: Ryne Nelson, RHP, Oregon

57. Pittsburgh Pirates: Matt Gorski, OF, Indiana

58. St. Louis Cardinals: Trejyn Fletcher, OF, Deering HS (Portland, Maine)

59. Seattle Mariners: Brandon Williamson, LHP, TCU

60. Atlanta Braves: Beau Philip, SS, Oregon State

61. Tampa Bay Rays: John Doxakis, LHP, Texas A&M

62. Colorado Rockies: Aaron Schunk, 3B, Georgia

63. Cleveland Indians: Yordys Valdes, SS, McArthur HS (Hollywood, Florida)

64. Chicago Cubs: Chase Strumpf, 2B, UCLA

65. Milwaukee Brewers: Antoine Kelly, LHP, Wabash Valley College

66. Oakland Athletics: Tyler Baum, RHP, North Carolina

67. New York Yankees: Josh Smith, 2B, LSU

68. Houston Astros: Grae Kessinger, SS, Ole Miss

69. Boston Red Sox: Matthew Lugo, SS, Carlos Beltran Academy

 

Competitive Balance Round B

70. Kansas City Royals: Alec Marsh, RHP, Arizona State

71. Baltimore Orioles: Kyle Stowers, OF, Stanford

72. Pittsburgh Pirates: Jared Triolo, 3B, Houston

73. San Diego Padres: Logan Driscoll, C, George Mason

74. Arizona Diamondbacks: Tommy Henry, LHP, Michigan

75. Arizona Diamondbacks: Dominic Fletcher, OF, Arkansas

76. Seattle Mariners: Isaiah Campbell, RHP, Arkansas

77. Colorado Rockies: Karl Kauffmann, RHP, Michigan

 

Compensation Picks

78. Los Angeles Dodgers: Jimmy Lewis, RHP, Lake Travis (Texas) HS

 

 

 

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A's Prospect Kyler Murray Wins Heisman Trophy

Dec 9, 2018 1:24 AM

On Saturday night, Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray was announced as the 2018 Heisman Trophy winner as the best player in college football.

He gets the award just months after the Oakland A's made him the No. 9 overall pick in the 2018 MLB Draft after hitting .296 with 10 home runs for the Oklahoma baseball team in the spring. He is currently ranked as the A's No. 4 prospect, according to MLB Pipeline.

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Giants Sign No. 2 Overall Pick Joey Bart To Record Deal

Jun 17, 2018 7:59 PM

The San Francisco Giants signed Georgia Tech catcher Joey Bart, the No. 2 overall pick in the MLB amateur draft, on Sunday.

According to MLB.com, he signed for $7.03 million -- the highest up-front bonus paid to a position player in MLB draft history. Despite that, the Giants were able to sign him below the slot value assigned to the pick, which was $7,494,600.

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Draft: First-Round Order For 2018

Oct 2, 2017 7:45 AM

The regular season is over, so the order of the first round of the 2018 Major League Baseball draft has been solidified.

1. Detroit Tigers

2. San Francisco Giants

3. Philadelphia Phillies

4. Chicago White Sox

5. Cincinnati Reds

6. New York Mets

7. San Diego Padres

8. Atlanta Braves

9. Oakland Athletics

10. Pittsburgh Pirates

11. Baltimore Orioles

12. Toronto Blue Jays

13. Miami Marlins

14. Seattle Mariners

15. Texas Rangers

16. Tampa Bay Rays

17. Los Angeles Angels

18. Kansas City Royals

19. St. Louis Cardinals

20. Minnesota Twins

21. Milwaukee Brewers

22. Colorado Rockies

23. New York Yankees

24. Chicago Cubs

25. Arizona Diamondbacks

26. Boston Red Sox

27. Washington Nationals

28. Houston Astros

29. Cleveland Indians

30. Los Angeles Dodgers

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Draft: Current 2018 MLB Draft Order

Sep 25, 2017 8:00 AM

The regular season is nearly over and the playoff bracket has taken shape. We don't know, however, exactly how the top of the 2018 Major League Baseball draft will look. Here's how the draft order would play out if the regular season ended today.

1. San Francisco Giants - 58-93

2. Philadelphia Phillies - +1

3. Detroit Tigers - +1

4. Chicago White Sox - +2.5

5. Cincinnati Reds - +5

6. New York Mets -+5.5

7. San Diego Padres - +9

8. Pittsburgh Pirates - +10

9. Atlanta Braves - +10

10. Oakland Athletics  +11.5

11. Toronto Blue Jays - +12

12. Miami Marlins - +12.5

13. Baltimore Orioles - +13.5

14. Seattle Mariners - +14

15. Tampa Bay Rays - +15

16. Texas Rangers - +15.5

17. Kansas City Royals - +15.5

18. Los Angeles Angels - +16.5

19. St. Louis Cardinals - +20.5

20. Minnesota Twins - +21

21. Milwaukee Brewers - +21

22. Colorado Rockies - +23

x-23. New York Yankees - +25.5

24. Chicago Cubs - +26.5

x-25. Arizona Diamondbacks - +29

x-26. Boston Red Sox - +30.5

x - 27. Washington Nationals - +33.5

x - 28. Houston Astros - +34.5

x - 29. Cleveland Indians - +37

x - 30. Los Angeles Dodgers - +38

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Draft: Current 2018 MLB Draft Order

Sep 18, 2017 8:39 AM

With two weeks left in the Major League season, there is a close race for the first overall pick in the 2018 baseball amateur draft. Here's how the draft order would play out if the regular season ended today.

 

1. San Francisco Giants - 58-93

2. Philadelphia Phillies - +1

3. Chicago White Sox - +3

4. Detroit Tigers - +5

5. New York Mets -+8

6. Cincinnati Reds - +8.5

7. San Diego Padres - +9

8. Oakland Athletics  +9

9. Atlanta Braves - +10.5

10. Pittsburgh Pirates - +10.5

11. Miami Marlins - +12

12. Toronto Blue Jays - +12.5

13. Baltimore Orioles - +15.5

14. Tampa Bay Rays - +15.5

15. Texas Rangers - +16

16. Kansas City Royals - +16

17. Seattle Mariners - +16.5

18. Los Angeles Angels - +19

19. St. Louis Cardinals - +20

20. Minnesota Twins - +21

21. Milwaukee Brewers - +22

22. Colorado Rockies - +24.5

23. New York Yankees - +25

24. Chicago Cubs - +26

25. Boston Red Sox - +28

26. Arizona Diamondbacks - +29.5

x - 27. Washington Nationals - +33

x - 28. Houston Astros - +34

x - 29. Cleveland Indians - +35.5

x - 30. Los Angeles Dodgers - +39

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Draft: Current 2018 MLB Draft Order

Sep 11, 2017 8:01 AM

With a few weeks left in the Major League season, there is a close race for the first overall pick in the 2018 baseball amateur draft. Here's how the draft order would play out if the regular season ended today.

1. Philadelphia Phillies - 54-89

2. San Francisco Giants - +1

3. Chicago White Sox - +2.5

4. Detroit Tigers - +6.5

5. Cincinnati Reds - +7.5

6. New York Mets - +9

7. Oakland Athletics -+9

8. Atlanta Braves - +10.5

9. San Diego Padres - +10.5

10. Toronto Blue Jays - +12

11. Pittsburgh Pirates - +12.5

12. Miami Marlins - +14

13. Tampa Bay Rays - +16.5

14. Baltimore Orioles -+17

15. Seattle Mariners -+17

16. Texas Rangers -+17.5

17. Kansas City Royals - +17.5

18. Los Angeles Angels -+19

19. Minnesota Twins -+20

20. Milwaukee Brewers -+21

21. St. Louis Cardinals - +21

22. Chicago Cubs -+23

23. New York Yankees -+23.5

24. Colorado Rockies - +24

25. Boston Red Sox - +27

26. Arizona Diamondbacks - +29

27. Houston Astros -+32

28. Cleveland Indians - +33

x - 29. Washington Nationals - +34

30. Los Angeles Dodgers - +38

 

x - clinched a postseason berth

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Draft: Current 2018 MLB Draft Order

Sep 5, 2017 8:15 AM

With a few weeks left in the Major League season, there is a close race for the first overall pick in the 2018 baseball amateur draft. Here's how the draft order would play out if the regular season ended today.

1. Philadelphia Phillies - 52-85

2. San Francisco Giants - +0.5

3. Chicago White Sox - +2.5

4. Oakland Athletics - +6

5. Detroit Tigers - +6

6. Cincinnati Reds - +6.5

7. New York Mets - +7

8. Atlanta Braves - +8.5

9. San Diego Padres - +9.5

10. Toronto Blue Jays - +11.5

11. Pittsburgh Pirates - +13.5

12. Miami Marlins - +15

13. Tampa Bay Rays - +16

14. Kansas City Royals - +16.5

15. Seattle Mariners - +16.5

16. Texas Rangers - +17

17. Baltimore Orioles - +17.5

18. St. Louis Cardinals - +18

19. Los Angeles Angels - +18.5

20. Minnesota Twins - +19

21. Milwaukee Brewers - +19.5

22. Colorado Rockies - +21

23. New York Yankees - +22

24. Chicago Cubs - +23

25. Boston Red Sox - 24.5

26. Arizona Diamondbacks - 27.5

27. Cleveland Indians - +29

28. Washington Nationals - +31

29. Houston Astros - +32

30. Los Angeles Dodgers - +40

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2017 MLB Draft First Round Results

Jun 13, 2017 9:11 AM

The first round of the 2017 Major League Baseball draft was held on Monday night with a lot of young talent coming off the board early. Here are the full results from the first round:

  1. Twins — Royce Lewis, SS, JSerra Catholic HS (California)
  2. Reds — Hunter Greene, RHP/SS, Notre Dame HS (California)
  3. Padres — MacKenzie Gore, LHP, Whiteville HS (North Carolina)
  4. Rays — Brendan McKay, 1B/LHP, Louisville
  5. Braves — Kyle Wright, RHP, Vanderbilt
  6. Athletics — Austin Beck, OF, North Davidson HS (North Carolina)
  7. Diamondbacks — Pavin Smith, 1B, Virginia
  8. Phillies — Adam Haseley, OF, Virginia
  9. Brewers — Keston Hiura, 2B, UC Irvine
  10. Angels — Jordan Adell, OF, Ballard HS (Kentucky)
  11. White Sox — Jake Burger, 3B, Missouri State
  12. Pirates — Shane Baz, RHP, Concordia Lutheran HS (Texas)
  13. Marlins — Trevor Rogers, LHP, Carlsbad HS (New Mexico)
  14. Royals — Nick Pratto, 1B, Huntington Beach HS (California)
  15. Astros —J.B. Bukauskas, RHP, North Carolina
  16. Yankees — Clarke Schmidt, RHP, South Carolina
  17. Mariners — Evan White, 1B, Kentucky
  18. Tigers — Alex Faedo, RHP, Florida
  19. Giants — Heliot Ramos, OF, Leadership Christian Academy (Puerto Rico)
  20. Mets — David Peterson, LHP, Oregon
  21. Orioles — D.L. Hall, LHP, Valdosta HS (Georgia)
  22. Blue Jays — Logan Warmoth, SS, North Carolina
  23. Dodgers — Jeren Kendall, OF, Vanderbilt
  24. Red Sox — Tanner Houck, RHP, Missouri
  25. Nationals — Seth Romero, LHP, Houston
  26. Rangers — Bubba Thompson, OF, McGill-Toolen Catholic HS (Alabama)
  27. Cubs — Brendon Little, LHP, State College of Florida

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Hunter Greene, Brendan McKay Leading Candidates To Go No. 1 In Draft

May 12, 2017 2:43 PM

The Minnesota Twins have the first overall pick in next month's amateur draft and the pick is expected to be one of two players.

Hunter Greene, a right-handed pitcher and shortstop at the high school level, has received a lot of hype, but Louisville first baseman/pitcher Brendan McKay is an option as well.

Royce Lewis, a shortstop/outfielder out of Junipero Serra High School in California, is also expected to be a high selection.

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M's Select Trey Griffey On Day 3 Of Draft
Trey Griffey is the son of Hall of Fame outfielder and former Mariner' Ken Griffey Jr.

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D-Backs Beat Deadline To Agree With Top Pick
Shortstop Dansby Swanson agreed Friday to a $6.5M signing bonus with the Diamondbacks.

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Oklahoma Leads All Schools With 11 Drafted Players
The University of Oklahoma had 11 players selected in the 2015 Major League Baseball draft this week, the most of any school.

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Position Players Dominate First Round Of MLB Draft
The first round of Major League Baseball's First-Year Player Draft was dominated by shortstops, who went 1-2-3, but position players were a hot commodity overall.

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First Round Nearly Split Between College, High School Players
Of the 36 first-round selections, 19 were out of college and 17 were from high school.

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2015 MLB Draft Slot Values
Major League Baseball informed teams of the slot values assigned to the first 315 picks of the 2015 draft back in April.

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First-Round 2015 MLB Draft Results
We are reporting live from the 2015 MLB Draft in New Jersey. Follow along for news, rumors and selections. Arizona selected Dansby Swanson first overall.

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Diamondbacks Have Decided On No. 1 Pick
Arizona isn't telling anyone outside the organization who that player will be, but they have let a group of five players know that they were among those being considered for the first pick.

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Cubs Haven't Ruled Out Drafting Brady Aiken
The Cubs have the ninth overall pick in Monday night's First-Year Player Draft and haven't ruled out taking Brady Aiken.

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Mariano Rivera III Eligible For First-Year Player Draft
Some familiar names may be called during the First-Year Player Draft next week in New Jersey.

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Draft Prospect Ties Mike Trout's Home Run Record
Ashton Bardzell, a senior at New Jersey's Ramsey High School, has tied Mike Trout's state record for home runs in a season with 18.

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Diamondbacks May Be Looking To Save Bonus Money With No. 1 Pick
The Diamondbacks may think outside the box when it comes to using the No. 1 pick in next month's Major League Baseball draft.

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Keith Law Lists Brendan Rodgers As Top Draft Prospect
Keith Law, who works in scouting for ESPN, has updated his list of the top 100 prospects ahead of next month's MLB Draft.

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Kyler Murray Bypassing MLB Draft
Kyler Murray, the No. 1-ranked dual-threat quarterback in 2015, has announced that he will bypass the upcoming Major League Baseball draft and head to Texas A&M.

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Drafted Players Now Eligible To Be Traded After World Series
Major League Baseball informed all 30 teams Friday that players selected in the amateur draft will be permitted to be traded beginning the day after the conclusion of the World Series.

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Experts Split On Tate, Rodgers As No. 1 Pick
The Diamondbacks will pick first overall when the First-Year Player Draft is held on June 8.

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MLB Releases Draft Bonus Slots
Major League Baseball has informed teams of the draft bonus slot allocations that will apply to the 2015 amateur draft.

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2015 MLB Draft Order Set
The order for the 2015 Major League Baseball draft is set now that James Shields has reached a deal with the Padres.

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Astros Fail To Sign Brady Aiken
Brady Aiken becomes only the third overall top-pick in the draft not to sign.

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Nationals Draft Ryan Ripken
The sons of Bobby Bonilla, John Franco, Benito Santiago, and Magglio Ordonez were also taken in the MLB draft on Saturday.

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