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2010 Draft Order – Updated Thru September 6

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 (47-90)
2. Kansas City Royals (51-85)
3. Pittsburgh Pirates (54-81)
4. Baltimore Orioles (56-81)
5. Cleveland Indians (60-76)
6. San Diego Padres (61-77)
7. Arizona Diamondbacks (61-77)
8. Oakland Athletics (61-76)
9. Toronto Blue Jays (61-75)
10. New York Mets (62-75)
11. Cincinnati Reds (63-73)
12. Houston Astros (66-70)
13. Milwaukee Brewers (66-70)
14. Chicago White Sox (68-70)
15. Texas Rangers (compensation for unsigned ‘09 pick Matt Purke)
16. Minnesota Twins (68-68)
17. Chicago Cubs (68-67)
18. Atlanta Braves (70-67)
19. Seattle Mariners (72-66)
20. Florida Marlins (72-65)
21. Tampa Bay Rays (72-64)
22. San Francisco Giants (75-62)
23. Detroit Tigers (75-61)
24. Texas Rangers (76-60)
25. Colorado Rockies (77-60)
26. Philadelphia Phillies (77-57)
27. Boston Red Sox (79-57)
28. Los Angeles Dodgers (81-57)
29. St. Louis Cardinals (81-57)
30. Los Angeles Angels (81-54)
31. Tampa Bay Rays (compensation for unsigned ‘09 pick LeVon Washington)
32. New York Yankees (87-50)

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September 7, 2009 - Posted by | 2010 Draft Order

2 Comments »

  1. Hi Andy – just wondering if you were planning on continuing with you draft reviews? I enjoyed reading them and was really looking forward to the A’s review.

    Comment by DeJay | September 9, 2009 | Reply

  2. I really like your reviews too Andy. But the sporadic posting an no idea of any schedule makes it really frustrating to keep coming back to the site. I can’t imagine how much time goes into each one and really appreciated it, but just having an idea of when the were coming even if they were still weeks apart, would make bookmarking you make a lot more useful.

    Comment by P. | September 11, 2009 | Reply


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