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2010 Draft Order at the Break

Since we’re now past the half-way point of the 2009 season, I thought it might be time to see where teams fall in terms of 2010 draft order. This is obviously before the signing deadline for this year’s picks, so there are no unsigned draft pick compensation picks included. In addition, there’s no free agent compensation picks, too, so this is just raw order in terms of standings this year. Here’s your first look at the 2010 draft order:

1. Washington Nationals (26-61)
2. Cleveland Indians (35-54)
3. San Diego Padres (36-52)
4. Kansas City (37-51)
5. Arizona Diamondbacks (38-51)
6. Oakland Athletics (37-49)
7. Pittsburgh Pirates (38-50)
8. Baltimore Orioles (40-48)
9. Cincinnati Reds (42-45)
10. New York Mets (42-45)
11. Atlanta Braves (43-45)
12. Toronto Blue Jays (44-46)
13. Houston Astros (44-44)
14. Chicago Cubs (43-43)
15. Minnesota Twins (45-44)
16. Florida Marlins (46-44)
17. Chicago White Sox (45-43)
18. Milwaukee Brewers (45-43)
19. Seattle Mariners (46-42)
20. Colorado Rockies (47-41)
21. St. Louis Cardinals (49-42)
22. Tampa Bay Rays (48-41)
23. Detroit Tigers (48-39)
24. Texas Rangers (48-39)
25. San Francisco Giants (49-39)
26. Philadelphia Phillies (48-38)
27. Los Angeles Angels (49-37)
28. New York Yankees (51-37)
29. Boston Red Sox (54-34)
30. Los Angeles Dodgers (56-32)

I probably won’t get around to finishing the Giants’ draft review, as I’ve got a really busy day around here, but it should be up tomorrow.

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July 15, 2009 - Posted by | 2010 Draft Order

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