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2010 MLB Draft Thread

http://mlb.mlb.com/mlb/events/draft/y2010/order.jsp

So anyone gonna watch it on MLBN, starts tomorrow the 7th at 7 est/4 pst

First Round

* 1. Washington Nationals- OF Bryce Harper, Southern Nevada
* 2. Pittsburgh Pirates- RHP Jameson Tailon, The Woodlands HS
* 3. Baltimore Orioles- SS Manny Machado, Brito Miami Private School
* 4. Kansas City Royals- SS Christian Colon, CS-Fullerton
* 5. Cleveland Indians- LHP Drew Pomeranz, Ole Miss.
* 6. Arizona Diamondbacks- RHP Barrett Loux, Texas A&M
* 7. New York Mets- RHP Matt Harvey, North Carolina
* 8. Houston Astros- CF Delino DeShields Jr., Woodward Academy
* 9. San Diego Padres - RHP Karsten Whiston, Chipley HS
* 10. Oakland Athletics- CF Michael Choice, Texas-Arlington
* 11. Toronto Blue Jays- RHP Deck McGuire, Georgia Tech
* 12. Cincinnati Reds- C Yasmini Grandal, Miami(Fla.)
* 13. Chicago White Sox- LHP Chris Sale, Florida Gulf Coast
* 14. Milwaukee Brewers- RHP Dylan Covey, Marantha HS
* 15. Texas Rangers (Purke - unsigned)- CF Jake Skole, Blessed Trinity HS
* 16. Chicago Cubs- RHP Haden Simpson- Southern Arkansas
* 17. Tampa Bay Rays- RF Josh Sale, Bishop Blanchett HS
* 18. Los Angeles Angels (Figgins - SEA)- 3B/P Kaleb Cowart, Cook HS
* 19. Houston Astros (Valverde - DET)- RHP Mike Foltynewicz, Minoka Community HS
* 20. Boston Red Sox (Wagner - ATL)- 2B Kolbrin Vitek, Ball State
* 21. Minnesota Twins- RHP Alex Wimmers, Ohio State
* 22. Texas Rangers- C Kellin Deglan, R.E. Mountain HS
* 23. Florida Marlins- 1B Christian Yelich, Westlake HS
* 24. San Francisco Giants- CF Gary Brown, CS Fullerton
* 25. St. Louis Cardinals- 3B Zach Cox, Arkansas
* 26. Colorado Rockies- OF Kyle Parker, Clemson
* 27. Philadelphia Phillies- LHP Jesse Biddle, Germantown Friends HS
* 28. Los Angeles Dodgers- RHP Zach Lee, McKinney HS
* 29. Los Angeles Angels (Lackey - BOS)
* 30. Los Angeles Angels
* 31. Tampa Bay Rays (Washington - unsigned)
* 32. New York Yankees

Comp Round A

* 33. Houston Astros (Valverde - DET)
* 34. Toronto Blue Jays (Scutaro - BOS)
* 35. Atlanta Braves (Gonzalez - BAL)
* 36. Boston Red Sox (Bay - NYM)
* 37. Los Angeles Angels (Lackey - BOS)
* 38. Toronto Blue Jays (Paxton - unsigned)
* 39. Boston Red Sox (Wagner - ATL)
* 40. Los Angeles Angels (Figgins - SEA)
* 41. Toronto Blue Jays (Barajas - NYM)
* 42. Tampa Bay Rays (Zaun - MIL)
* 43. Seattle Mariners (Beltre - BOS)
* 44. Detroit Tigers (Lyon - HOU)
* 45. Texas Rangers (Byrd - CHC)
* 46. St. Louis Cardinals (DeRosa - SF)
* 47. Colorado Rockies (Marquis - WAS)
* 48. Detroit Tigers (Rodney - LAA)
* 49. Texas Rangers (I. Rodriguez - WAS)
* 50. St. Louis Cardinals (Pineiro - LAA)

Second Round

* 51. Washington Nationals
* 52. Pittsburgh Pirates
* 53. Atlanta Braves (Gonzalez - BAL)
* 54. Kansas City Royals
* 55. Cleveland Indians
* 56. Arizona Diamondbacks
* 57. Boston Red Sox (Bay - NYM)
* 58. Houston Astros
* 59. San Diego Padres
* 60. Oakland Athletics
* 61. Toronto Blue Jays
* 62. Cincinnati Reds
* 63. Chicago White Sox
* 64. Milwaukee Brewers
* 65. Chicago Cubs
* 66. Tampa Bay Rays
* 67. Seattle Mariners
* 68. Detroit Tigers
* 69. Toronto Blue Jays (Eliopoulos - unsigned)
* 70. Atlanta Braves
* 71. Minnesota Twins
* 72. Texas Rangers
* 73. Florida Marlins
* 74. San Francisco Giants
* 75. St. Louis Cardinals
* 76. Colorado Rockies
* 77. Philadelphia Phillies
* 78. Los Angeles Dodgers
* 79. Tampa Bay Rays (Diekroeger - unsigned)
* 80. Toronto Blue Jays (Scutaro - BOS)
* 81. Los Angeles Angels
* 82. New York Yankees

Third Round

* 83. Washington Nationals
* 84. Pittsburgh Pirates
* 85. Baltimore Orioles
* 86. Kansas City Royals
* 87. Cleveland Indians
* 88. Arizona Diamondbacks
* 89. New York Mets
* 90. Houston Astros
* 91. San Diego Padres
* 92. Oakland Athletics
* 93. Toronto Blue Jays
* 94. Cincinnati Reds
* 95. Chicago White Sox
* 96. Milwaukee Brewers
* 97. Chicago Cubs
* 98. Tampa Bay Rays
* 99. Seattle Mariners
* 100. Detroit Tigers
* 101. Atlanta Braves
* 102. Minnesota Twins
* 103. Texas Rangers
* 104. Florida Marlins
* 105. San Francisco Giants
* 106. St. Louis Cardinals
* 107. Colorado Rockies
* 108. Philadelphia Phillies
* 109. Los Angeles Dodgers
* 110. Boston Red Sox
* 111. Los Angeles Angels
* 112. New York Yankees

Comp Round B

* 113. Toronto Blue Jays (Barrett - unsigned)
* 114. Chicago White Sox (Morgado - unsigned)
* 115. Los Angeles Angels (Spence - unsigned)

Fourth Round and up

* 116. Washington Nationals
* 117. Pittsburgh Pirates
* 118. Baltimore Orioles
* 119. Kansas City Royals
* 120. Cleveland Indians
* 121. Arizona Diamondbacks
* 122. New York Mets
* 123. Houston Astros
* 124. San Diego Padres
* 125. Oakland Athletics
* 126. Toronto Blue Jays
* 127. Cincinnati Reds
* 128. Chicago White Sox
* 129. Milwaukee Brewers
* 130. Chicago Cubs
* 131. Tampa Bay Rays
* 132. Seattle Mariners
* 133. Detroit Tigers
* 134. Atlanta Braves
* 135. Minnesota Twins
* 136. Texas Rangers
* 137. Florida Marlins
* 138. San Francisco Giants
* 139. St. Louis Cardinals
* 140. Colorado Rockies
* 141. Philadelphia Phillies
* 142. Los Angeles Dodgers
* 143. Boston Red Sox
* 144. Los Angeles Angels
* 145. New York Yankees

Compensation Picks

The former Club of a Player who became a free agent and ranks as a Type A or B Player shall be entitled to receive compensation in the form of a Draft choice in the First-Year Player Draft succeeding the Player's election of free agency.

A Type A or B shall be a Player who became a free agent and ranks as a Type A or B Player under the statistical system of ranking Players set forth by the Elias Sports Bureau, using statistics based on a two-year average for each respective position group. Type A and Type B players necessitate that the Player's former Club receive a sandwich pick in between rounds one and two. Additional picks in the second, third and fourth rounds are exchanged from one club to another for the losses of Type A free agents.

Type A Players now rank in the upper 20% of his respective position group by the Basic Agreement, instead of the upper 30% as was stipulated in the previous cullective bargaining agreement.

Type B Players now rank in the upper 40%, but not in the upper 20%, of his respective position group. Under the previous cullective bargaining agreement, Type B Players ranked in the upper 50% not in the upper 30%. Before the most recent cullective bargaining agreement took effect for the 2008 season, a Club would receive compensation for losing a Type C free agent. Under the new Basic Agreement, Type C free agents no longer call for a Draft pick as compensation.

[ Edited by AB83Rules on Jun 7, 2010 at 18:38:50 ]
Bump.

Isnt anyone here excited or atleast mildly excited about tonight.
Honestly no, sorry man but I just don't find the MLB draft that interesting compared to the NFL or NBA drafts.
Originally posted by NinerFanMT:
Honestly no, sorry man but I just don't find the MLB draft that interesting compared to the NFL or NBA drafts.

This. Its due to the fact most draftees don't see the majors for at least 2-3 years
Originally posted by AB83Rules:
Bump.

Isnt anyone here excited or atleast mildly excited about tonight.

I'm gonna watch some of it, but the problem is MLB schedules a bunch of games during it.
Originally posted by AB83Rules:
Bump.

Isnt anyone here excited or atleast mildly excited about tonight.

Bryce Harper to the Nats. They could be a real good team in 2 years
Originally posted by Kalen49ers:
Originally posted by AB83Rules:
Bump.

Isnt anyone here excited or atleast mildly excited about tonight.

Bryce Harper to the Nats. They could be a real good team in 2 years

If im correct Harper is a C and OF, 2 good picks in the last 2 seasons, if they take Harper.
Originally posted by AC49er:
Originally posted by NinerFanMT:
Honestly no, sorry man but I just don't find the MLB draft that interesting compared to the NFL or NBA drafts.

This. Its due to the fact most draftees don't see the majors for at least 2-3 years

This's this.
Originally posted by AB83Rules:
Originally posted by Kalen49ers:
Originally posted by AB83Rules:
Bump.

Isnt anyone here excited or atleast mildly excited about tonight.

Bryce Harper to the Nats. They could be a real good team in 2 years

If im correct Harper is a C and OF, 2 good picks in the last 2 seasons, if they take Harper.

Harper is the Stephen Strasburg of hitting prospects. theres no way the Nats dont take him. hes as close to a cant miss hitter the draft has ever seen. dude hit a 500 ft. hr off the catwalk at Tropicana Field when he was 15.
Originally posted by AB83Rules:
Originally posted by Kalen49ers:
Originally posted by AB83Rules:
Bump.

Isnt anyone here excited or atleast mildly excited about tonight.

Bryce Harper to the Nats. They could be a real good team in 2 years

If im correct Harper is a C and OF, 2 good picks in the last 2 seasons, if they take Harper.

Pretty hard to screw it up when you have the first pick in the draft 2 straight years and prospects like Strasberg and Harper are complete no brainers.
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by AB83Rules:
Originally posted by Kalen49ers:
Originally posted by AB83Rules:
Bump.

Isnt anyone here excited or atleast mildly excited about tonight.

Bryce Harper to the Nats. They could be a real good team in 2 years

If im correct Harper is a C and OF, 2 good picks in the last 2 seasons, if they take Harper.

Pretty hard to screw it up when you have the first pick in the draft 2 straight years and prospects like Strasberg and Harper are complete no brainers.

lol exactly
This will probably end up being my jrg thread where I end up posting to myself, but oh well, feel free to chip in.

Bryce Harper was chosen #1 as an OF not a C. Washington wants to put him on the fast track to the majors.
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http://www.49erswebzone.com/forum/thread.php?num=142356
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when do giants pick


And f**king nats with Bryce and Strasberg
oops, someone merge this bad boy then.
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