2013 MLB Draft Results: Live Analysis and Twitter Reaction
After Stanford RHP Mark Appel goes first overall to the Astros, all 39 picks of the first and competitive advantage round of the MLB Draft are complete!
With the final pick in the competitive balance round, the Tigers get a RHP that has been clocked at 98 mph.
Lorenzen's numbers. The analysts are surprised to see him drafted as a pitcher given his ability to hit.
The Orioles take Josh Hart, OF from Parkview HS in Georgia.— Bullpen Banter (@BullpenBanter) June 7, 2013
The O's take Aaron Blair out of Marshall, whose fastball has been clocked in the mid-90s.
LHP Sean Manaea goes first overall in the Competitive Balance Round to the Kansas City Royals.
End of the first draft by the numbers.
Yankees first-round pick Ian Clarkin's pre-recorded draft video: "I cannot stand the Yankees."— Ben Badler (@BenBadler) June 7, 2013
Newest Yankees player Ian Clarkin, who says his least favorite team was the Yankees before today.
Yankees select Aaron Judge, a 6'7" 250 lb CF with the 32nd overall pick.
The Braves did indeed take RHP Jason Hursh out of Oklahoma State.— Mark Bowman (@mlbbowman) June 7, 2013
3B Travis Demeritte goes 30th to the Rangers. Although he played 3B in HS, the ESPN pundits feel he's a natural SS.
Rays pick Ryne Stanek can clock a fastball at 98 mph and was considered the biggest slip in this draft.
The Cardinals' war room as they prepare to make their second pick of the first round.
Ryne Stanek was No. 13 on the final BA Top 50. On the verge of falling out of the first round.— Ben Badler (@BenBadler) June 7, 2013
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