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2010 Draft Order – FINAL ORDER

Rod Barajas’ deal is finally official, and the 2010 draft order is set.

First Round
1. Washington Nationals
2. Pittsburgh Pirates
3. Baltimore Orioles
4. Kansas City Royals
5. Cleveland Indians
6. Arizona Diamondbacks
7. New York Mets
8. Houston Astros
9. San Diego Padres
10. Oakland Athletics
11. Toronto Blue Jays
12. Cincinnati Reds
13. Chicago White Sox
14. Milwaukee Brewers
15. Texas Rangers (compensation for not signing Matt Purke)
16. Chicago Cubs
17. Tampa Bay Rays
18. Los Angeles Angels (compensation for the Mariners signing Chone Figgins)
19. Houston Astros (compensation for the Tigers signing Jose Valverde)
20. Boston Red Sox (compensation for the Braves signing Billy Wagner)
21. Minnesota Twins
22. Texas Rangers
23. Florida Marlins
24. San Francisco Giants
25. St. Louis Cardinals
26. Colorado Rockies
27. Philadelphia Phillies
28. Los Angeles Dodgers
29. Los Angeles Angels (compensation for the Red Sox signing John Lackey)
30. Los Angeles Angels
31. Tampa Bay Rays (compensation for not signing LeVon Washington)
32. New York Yankees

Supplemental First Round
33. Houston Astros (compensation for Type A Jose Valverde)
34. Toronto Blue Jays (compensation for Type A Marco Scutaro)
35. Atlanta Braves (compensation for Type A Mike Gonzalez)
36. Boston Red Sox (compensation for Type A Jason Bay)
37. Los Angeles Angels (compensation for Type A John Lackey)
38. Toronto Blue Jays (compensation for not signing James Paxton)
39. Boston Red Sox (compensation for Type A Billy Wagner)
40. Los Angeles Angels (compensation for Type A Chone Figgins)
41. Toronto Blue Jays (compensation for Type B Rod Barajas)
42. Tampa Bay Rays (compensation for Type B Gregg Zaun)
43. Seattle Mariners (compensation for Type B Adrian Beltre)
44. Detroit Tigers (compensation for Type B Brandon Lyon)
45. Texas Rangers (compensation for Type B Marlon Byrd)
46. St. Louis Cardinals (compensation for Type B Mark DeRosa)
47. Colorado Rockies (compensation for Type B Jason Marquis)
48. Detroit Tigers (compensation for Type B Fernando Rodney)
49. Texas Rangers (compensation for Type B Ivan Rodriguez)
50. St. Louis Cardinals (compensation for Type B Joel Pineiro)

Second Round
51. Washington Nationals
52. Pittsburgh Pirates
53. Atlanta Braves (compensation for the Orioles signing Mike Gonzalez)
54. Kansas City Royals
55. Cleveland Indians
56. Arizona Diamondbacks
57. Boston Red Sox (compensation for the Mets signing Jason Bay)
58. Houston Astros
59. San Diego Padres
60. Oakland Athletics
61. Toronto Blue Jays
62. Cincinnati Reds
63. Chicago White Sox
64. Milwaukee Brewers
65. Chicago Cubs
66. Tampa Bay Rays
67. Seattle Mariners
68. Detroit Tigers
69. Toronto Blue Jays (compensation for not signing Jake Eliopoulos)
70. Atlanta Braves
71. Minnesota Twins
72. Texas Rangers
73. Florida Marlins
74. San Francisco Giants
75. St. Louis Cardinals
76. Colorado Rockies
77. Philadelphia Phillies
78. Los Angeles Dodgers
79. Tampa Bay Rays (compensation for not signing Kenny Diekroeger)
80. Toronto Blue Jays (compensation for the Red Sox signing Marco Scutaro)
81. Los Angeles Angels
82. New York Yankees

Third Round
83. Washington Nationals
84. Pittsburgh Pirates
85. Baltimore Orioles
86. Kansas City Royals
87. Cleveland Indians
88. Arizona Diamondbacks
89. New York Mets
90. Houston Astros
91. San Diego Padres
92. Oakland Athletics
93. Toronto Blue Jays
94. Cincinnati Reds
95. Chicago White Sox
96. Milwaukee Brewers
97. Chicago Cubs
98. Tampa Bay Rays
99. Seattle Mariners
100. Detroit Tigers
101. Atlanta Braves
102. Minnesota Twins
103. Texas Rangers
104. Florida Marlins
105. San Francisco Giants
106. St. Louis Cardinals
107. Colorado Rockies
108. Philadelphia Phillies
109. Los  Angeles Dodgers
110. Boston Red Sox
111. Los Angeles Angels
112. New York Yankees

Supplemental Third Round
113. Toronto Blue Jays (compensation for not signing Jake Barrett)
114. Chicago White Sox (compensation for not signing Bryan Morgado)
115. Los Angeles Angels (compensation for not signing Josh Spence)

Fourth Round
116. Washington Nationals
117. Pittsburgh Pirates
118. Baltimore Orioles
119. Kansas City Royals
120. Cleveland Indians
121. Arizona Diamondbacks
122. New York Mets
123. Houston Astros
124. San Diego Padres
125. Oakland Athletics
126. Toronto Blue Jays
127. Cincinnati Reds
128. Chicago White Sox
129. Milwaukee Brewers
130. Chicago Cubs
131. Tampa Bay Rays
132. Seattle Mariners
133. Detroit Tigers
134. Atlanta Braves
135. Minnesota Twins
136. Texas Rangers
137. Florida Marlins
138. San Francisco Giants
139. St. Louis Cardinals
140. Colorado Rockies
141. Philadelphia Phillies
142. Los Angeles Dodgers
143. Boston Red Sox
144. Los Angeles Angels
145. New York Yankees

Teams will pick every 30 picks after their corresponding Fourth Round draft slots.

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February 23, 2010 - Posted by | 2010 Draft Order

14 Comments »

  1. All 23 supplemental picks (10 Type A / 13 Type B) are slotted now since the order of the supplemental round is the same as any round.

    The teams receiving the supplemental picks are slotted in reverse order of their previous season’s won-lost records.

    All Type A picks are slotted higher than all the Type B picks.

    Regarding teams with multiple Type A picks, the slotting begins with all teams with a Type A pick making one selection each. Then teams with multiple Type A picks select again (and before the Type B picks). This slotting is the same for multiple Type B picks.

    The only change to this order would be the removal of a pick if (A) that team re-signed its own player or (B) the player did not sign with any team. Then bump up all teams below that team by one.

    33 HOUSTON (Valverde)
    34 TORONTO (Scutaro)
    35 ATLANTA (Gonzalez / Soriano)
    36 ST. LOUIS (Holliday)
    37 COLORADO (Betancourt) 10 TYPE A
    38 BOSTON (Wagner / Bay)
    39 ANGELS (Lackey / Figgins)
    40 ATLANTA Multiple pick
    41 BOSTON Multiple pick
    42 ANGELS Multiple pick

    43 OAKLAND (Duchscherer)
    44 TORONTO (Barajas)
    45 TAMPA (Zaun / Shouse)
    46 SEATTLE (Beltre)
    47 DETROIT (Rodney / Lyon)
    48 MINNESOTA (Pavano) 13 TYPE B
    49 TEXAS (Rodriguez / Byrd)
    50 ST. LOUIS (Pineiro / De Rosa)
    51 COLORADO (Marquis)
    52 TAMPA Multiple pick
    53 DETROIT Multiple pick
    54 TEXAS Multiple pick
    55 ST. LOUIS Multiple pick

    Comment by Jackson | December 4, 2009 | Reply

    • Yeah, this is all correct. However, I’m not adjusting the order until the signings happen.

      Comment by andyseiler | December 4, 2009 | Reply

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  4. I think you might be missing Brandon Lyon’s signing with the Astros

    Comment by P. | December 12, 2009 | Reply

    • His deal was just made official today. The order has been updated to reflect this.

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    Could you shoot me an e-mail on where you project Kaleb Cowart going? Your early 2010 mock doesn’t have him listed within the 1st Round.

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  10. What team do you think is in the best situation to make an impact in this particular draft, particularly to the overall quality of their system.

    Comment by Jeffrey | February 23, 2010 | Reply

    • Jeff – The obvious answer to your question is the Angels with 5 1st round picks and a 3rd Supplemental. The next would be the Blue Jays with 4 1st rounders, three 2nd rounders and a 3rd supplemental. With a rebuilding team this is a great opportunity. Other teams that have 3 or more 1st Rd picks are in great shape as well: Rangers (4), Cardinals (3),BoSox (3), Rays (3)and Stros (3). I view this as a deep draft with limited amount of impact bats but deep in pitching. So teams looking to add great depth with upside on the mound will have plenty of opportunities.

      Comment by JC | February 24, 2010 | Reply

    • I agree with JC here. Those are the teams with the best chance to do some damage. The only problem is that the Rangers, Rays, and Blue Jays will have a lot less leverage against their picks that are compensation for not signing picks a year ago. Their chance to add real impact talent goes down, as they can’t afford some of the price tags in those slots, as players like Slade Heathcott and J.R. Murphy proved that you can get premium money in those compensation picks.

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