By the time all is said and done on Monday night, the 2012 MLB draft will have concluded its first round and following sandwich round for compensatory picks. And for the teams drafting, it could likely determine just how successful they'll be overall when the draft ends on Wednesday.
All but two teams will have at least one pick on Monday, with the Detroit Tigers and Los Angeles Angels waiting until Tuesday to make their picks, courtesy of their heavy spending over the winter.
The St. Louis Cardinals and Toronto Blue Jays both have five picks overall, and GMs John Mozeliak and Alex Anthopoulos will have golden opportunities to replenish their farm systems with solid picks.
So, just who were the winners on Monday night? Which teams missed the boat with their picks?
Let's take a look.
Note: All MLB farm system rankings listed are courtesy of ESPN (Insider subscription required).