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2010 Draft Order – Updated Thru August 9

Here’s the updated 2010 draft order through all games completed August 9. The plus and minus signs indicate changes in the order since my last update. This does not include any forthcoming changes due to unsigned 2009 draft picks or free agent signings this coming offseason.

1. Washington Nationals (40-72): +/- 0
2. Kansas City Royals (43-68): +/-0
3. Pittsburgh Pirates (45-66): + 3
4. Baltimore Orioles (46-65): +/-0
5. San Diego Padres (47-66): -2
6. Cleveland Indians (48-63): -1
7. Cincinnati Reds (48-62): +/-0
8. Oakland Athletics (49-62): +/-0
9. Arizona Diamondbacks (50-62): +/-0
10. New York Mets (52-59): +/-0
11. Toronto Blue Jays (53-57): +/-0
12. Minnesota Twins (54-57): +/-0
13. Houston Astros (55-56): +1
14. Milwaukee Brewers (55-56): +1
15. Chicago White Sox (57-55): +1
16. Atlanta Braves (58-54): -3
17. Seattle Mariners (58-53): +/-0
18. Florida Marlins (58-53): +/-0
19. Chicago Cubs (58-51): +2
20. Detroit Tigers (59-51): -1
21. St. Louis Cardinals (62-51): -1
22. San Francisco Giants (61-50): +/-0
23. Colorado Rockies (61-50): +1
24. Tampa Bay Rays (61-50): -1
25. Philadelphia Phillies (61-48): +1
26. Texas Rangers (62-48): -1
27. Boston Red Sox (62-48): +/-0
28. Los Angeles Angels (65-44): +1
29. Los Angeles Dodgers (67-45): +1
30. New York Yankees (69-42): -2

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August 10, 2009 - Posted by | 2010 Draft Order

4 Comments »

  1. […] 2010 Draft Order (Updated) ” Andy Seiler’s MLB Draft Blog […]

    Pingback by Lunchtime Royals Links: Grass Creek Edition, With a Programming Note | August 5, 2009 | Reply

  2. Watch out Natinals! The Royals are coming for you!

    Comment by AxDxMx | August 5, 2009 | Reply

  3. The some luck, the Jays can position themselves for a top 7-pick!

    Comment by R.A. Wagman | August 6, 2009 | Reply

  4. The ’10 draft looks pretty good (especially if Harper ends up in it) so (since it looks like the Astros won’t make the playoffs) it would be nice to see them with a protected first rounder.

    Comment by Joshua B. | August 10, 2009 | Reply


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