2013 MLB Draft Results: Tracking All the Picks, Steals and News of Day 3

Adam WellsFeatured ColumnistJune 8, 2013

After two days and 316 picks, the Major League Baseball draft has just gotten started. Most of the top names are off the board, and now, teams will just be looking to fill out short-season rosters.

But let's not forget that Mike Piazza was a 62nd-round pick in 1988 and that he will—or, at the very least, should—make the Hall of Fame very soon. It is rare to find any big leaguers after the fifth round, but there are always surprise success stories. 

So, even though the names might not be as sexy as they were on Thursday or Friday, you should not ignore what happens today.

In an effort to help you out, we will be live blogging everything that you need to know for the final 30 rounds of the MLB draft. 

We won't be going through each pick, because that would be madness and I like having feeling in my wrists. But we will let you know things we liked and names that will be of interest. We will also answer questions that you may have, either through the comments section or via Twitter. 

Like Thursday and Friday, the Astros kick things off at 1:00 p.m. ET with the first pick of the 11th round.