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2010 Draft Order – Updated Thru October 4

Here’s the updated 2010 draft order through games played October 4. All that’s remaining is the additional game on Tuesday between Minnesota and Detroit. 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 (59-103)
2. Pittsburgh Pirates (62-99)
3. Baltimore Orioles (64-98)
4. Kansas City Royals (65-97)
5. Cleveland Indians (65-97)
6. Arizona Diamondbacks (70-92)
7. New York Mets (70-92)
8. Houston Astros (74-88)
9. San Diego Padres (75-87)
10. Oakland Athletics (75-87)
11. Toronto Blue Jays (75-87)
12. Cincinnati Reds (78-84)
13. Chicago White Sox (79-83)
14. Milwaukee Brewers (80-82)
15. Texas Rangers (compensation for unsigned ‘09 pick Matt Purke)
16. Chicago Cubs (83-78)
17. Tampa Bay Rays (84-78)
18. Seattle Mariners (85-77)
19. Detroit Tigers/Minnesota Twins Tuesday Loser (86-77)
20. Atlanta Braves (86-76)
21. Detroit Tigers/Minnesota Twins Tuesday Winner (87-76)
22. Texas Rangers (87-75)
23. Florida Marlins (87-75)
24. San Francisco Giants (88-74)
25. St. Louis Cardinals (91-71)
26. Colorado Rockies (92-70)
27. Philadelphia Phillies (93-69)
28. Los Angeles Dodgers (95-67)
29. Boston Red Sox (95-67)
30. Los Angeles Angels (97-65)
31. Tampa Bay Rays (compensation for unsigned ‘09 pick LeVon Washington)
32. New York Yankees (103-59)

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October 4, 2009 - Posted by | 2010 Draft Order

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