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2010 Draft Order – Updated Thru August 23

Here’s the updated 2010 draft order through games played August 23. Included are the compensation picks for the Rangers not signing Matt Purke and the Rays not signing LeVon Washington. Not included are any future compensation picks for Type A free agents signed. Here’s the raw 2010 draft order:

1. Washington Nationals (44-80)
2. Kansas City Royals (47-76)
3. Baltimore Orioles (51-73)
4. San Diego Padres (52-74)
5. Pittsburgh Pirates (51-71)
6. Cincinnati Reds (52-71)
7. Cleveland Indians (54-69)
8. Arizona Diamondbacks (55-70)
9. Oakland Athletics (55-68)
10. New York Mets (57-67)
11. Toronto Blue Jays (57-65)
12. Milwaukee Brewers (60-63)
13. Houston Astros (61-63)
14. Minnesota Twins (61-63)
15. Texas Rangers (compensation for unsigned ’09 pick Matt Purke)
16. Seattle Mariners (63-61)
17. Chicago White Sox (63-61)
18. Chicago Cubs (62-60)
19. Florida Marlins (65-59)
20. Detroit Tigers (65-58)
21. Atlanta Braves (66-58)
22. San Francisco Giants (67-57)
23. Tampa Bay Rays (67-56)
24. Texas Rangers (69-54)
25. Colorado Rockies (70-54)
26. Boston Red Sox (70-53)
27. St. Louis Cardinals (72-54)
28. Philadelphia Phillies (71-50)
29. Los Angeles Dodgers (74-51)
30. Los Angeles Angels (74-48)
31. Tampa Bay Rays (compensation for unsigned ’09 pick LeVon Washington)
32. New York Yankees (78-46)

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August 24, 2009 - Posted by | 2010 Draft Order

3 Comments »

  1. Would the Mariners draft pick be protected if they sign a type A free agent because of the Texas compensation situation?

    Comment by Matt | August 24, 2009 | Reply

    • Yes indeed.

      Comment by andyseiler | August 24, 2009 | Reply

  2. Wouldn’t Texas pick before Minnesota as their pick is 13a due to the Drew Storen pick this year being 9a and not 10, so Texas’ pick was 13 not 14?

    Comment by Thrill | August 26, 2009 | Reply


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