MLB Draft Order 2014: Team-by-Team Selection List for This Year's Showcase

Mike ChiariFeatured ColumnistJune 5, 2014

Vanderbilt pitcher Tyler Beede throws against Louisville in the first inning of an NCAA college baseball tournament super regional game on Sunday, June 9, 2013, in Nashville, Tenn. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)
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No professional sports draft involves more depth and uncertainty than the MLB draft, and that is a big part of what makes it so attractive to baseball fans.

With both collegiate and high school players available to be selected, strategy and speculation definitely play big roles. There are rarely surefire, bust-proof stars for the taking, as the MLB draft doesn't seem to have the best success rate in terms of first-round hits.

Even so, baseball fans love catching a glimpse of Major League Baseball's potential future stars, and they will have an opportunity to do that once again this year. Here is all the information you need to know about the 2014 MLB draft, including the draft order for all 40 rounds.

 

Where: MLB Network Studio 42 in Secaucus, New Jersey

When: Thursday, June 5 through Saturday, June 7

 

TV Schedule

2014 MLB Draft and Live Stream Schedule
Draft DayRoundsDateTime (ET)TVLive Stream
Day 11-Comp. BThursday, June 57 p.m.MLB NetworkMLB.com
Day 23-10Friday, June 61 p.m.N/AMLB.com
Day 311-40Friday, June 71 p.m.N/AMLB.com
MLB.com

 

First-Round Draft Order

First Round
Pick No.Team
1Houston Astros
2Miami Marlins
3Chicago White Sox
4Chicago Cubs
5Minnesota Twins
6Seattle Mariners
7Philadelphia Phillies
8Colorado Rockies
9Toronto Blue Jays
10New York Mets
11Toronto Blue Jays
12Milwaukee Brewers
13San Diego Padres
14San Francisco Giants
15Los Angeles Angels
16Arizona Diamondbacks
17Kansas City Royals
18Washington Nationals
19Cincinnati Reds
20Tampa Bay Rays
21Cleveland Indians
22Los Angeles Dodgers
23Detroit Tigers
24Pittsburgh Pirates
25Oakland Athletics
26Boston Red Sox
27St. Louis Cardinals
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Comp. Round A Draft Order

Comp. Round A
Pick No.Team
28Kansas City Royals
29Cincinnati Reds
30Texas Rangers
31Cleveland Indians
32Atlanta Braves
33Boston Red Sox
34St. Louis Cardinals
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Competitive Balance Round A Draft Order

Competitive Balance Round A
Pick No.Team
35Colorado Rockies
36Miami Marlins
37Houston Astros
38Cleveland Indians
39Miami Marlins
40Kansas City Royals
41Milwaukee Brewers
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Second-Round Draft Order

Second Round
Pick No.Team
42Houston Astros
43Miami Marlins
44Chicago White Sox
45Chicago Cubs
46Minnesota Twins
47Philadelphia Phillies
48Colorado Rockies
49Toronto Blue Jays
50Milwaukee Brewers
51San Diego Padres
52San Francisco Giants
53Los Angeles Angels
54Arizona Diamondbacks
55New York Yankees
56Kansas City Royals
57Washington Nationals
58Cincinnati Reds
59Texas Rangers
60Tampa Bay Rays
61Cleveland Indians
62Los Angeles Dodgers
63Detroit Tigers
64Pittsburgh Pirates
65Oakland Athletics
66Atlanta Braves
67Boston Red Sox
68St. Louis Cardinals
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Competitive Balance Round B Draft Order

Competitive Balance Round B
Pick No.Team
69Arizona Diamondbacks
70Arizona Diamondbacks
71St. Louis Cardinals
72Tampa Bay Rays
73Pittsburgh Pirates
74Seattle Mariners
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Third-Round Draft Order

Third Round
Pick No.Team
75Houston Astros
76Miami Marlins
77Chicago White Sox
78Chicago Cubs
79Minnesota Twins
80Seattle Mariners
81Philadelphia Phillies
82Colorado Rockies
83Toronto Blue Jays
84New York Mets
85Milwaukee Brewers
86San Diego Padres
87San Francisco Giants
88Los Angeles Angels
89Arizona Diamondbacks
90Baltimore Orioles
91New York Yankees
92Kansas City Royals
93Washington Nationals
94Cincinnati Reds
95Texas Rangers
96Tampa Bay Rays
97Cleveland Indians
98Los Angeles Dodgers
99Detroit Tigers
100Pittsburgh Pirates
101Oakland Athletics
102Atlanta Braves
103Boston Red Sox
104St. Louis Cardinals
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Supplemental Round Draft Order

Supplemental Round
Pick No.Team
105Miami Marlins
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Rounds 4-40 Draft Order

Rounds 4-40
Pick No.Team
1Houston Astros
2Miami Marlins
3Chicago White Sox
4Chicago Cubs
5Minnesota Twins
6Seattle Mariners
7Philadelphia Phillies
8Colorado Rockies
9Toronto Blue Jays
10New York Mets
11Milwaukee Brewers
12San Diego Padres
13San Francisco Giants
14Los Angeles Angels
15Arizona Diamondbacks
16Baltimore Orioles
17New York Yankees
18Kansas City Royals
19Washington Nationals
20Cincinnati Reds
21Texas Rangers
22Tampa Bay Rays
23Cleveland Indians
24Los Angeles Dodgers
25Detroit Tigers
26Pittsburgh Pirates
27Oakland Athletics
28Atlanta Braves
29Boston Red Sox
30St. Louis Cardinals
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Prospects to Watch

Tyler Beede

The 2014 season has been a fairly inconsistent one for Vanderbilt starting pitcher Tyler Beede, which makes him one of the most enigmatic prospects in this draft. He could potentially go as high as No. 4 to the Chicago Cubs due to his immense ceiling, but he could just as easily fall outside the top 10.

He was lights out in 2013 as he went 14-1 with a 2.32 ERA, but his ERA has ballooned to 3.42 this year. His strikeout rate has improved slightly; however, there is no question that he has regressed. With that said, he seems to be hitting his stride at the right time, according to John Manuel of Baseball America:

It should be noted that Beede pitches in the SEC, which is arguably the toughest conference in college baseball, but it is tough to blame teams for possibly being reluctant to take him. He has all the tools you look for in a pitcher, though, and perhaps coaches will be able to help him bring it all together at the next level.

 

Carlos Rodon

North Carolina State lefty Carlos Rodon has seemingly been the leader in the clubhouse for top-pick honors since last season. Although his 2014 campaign hasn't been perfect, he has fought through adversity and posted excellent numbers once again.

His 6-7 record doesn't tell the entire story, as his 2.01 ERA and 10.67 strikeouts per nine innings suggest that he has been dominant for large portions of the season. Rodon has improved in almost every area statistically aside from his record, which is something that is largely out of his hands anyway.

There were a lot of eyes on one of his recent starts, and Aaron Fitt of Baseball America reports that there is a belief he solidified his status as the top prospect in this draft:

The Houston Astros are a very likely destination for Rodon at No. 1, but there is very little chance that he slips past the Miami Marlins or Chicago White Sox at worst.

 

Jeff Hoffman

There is never a good time for a pitcher to suffer an arm injury, but the timing couldn't have been much worse for East Carolina righty Jeff Hoffman. According to ESPN's Keith Law, Hoffman was recently faced with the unfortunate reality of undergoing Tommy John surgery:

He had been enjoying a strong season and put himself in position to be selected in the top five or top 10 at the very least. Those aspirations are almost certainly over, but it isn't outside the realm of possibility that he could still be a first-rounder.

According to Jonathan Mayo of MLB.com, an anonymous MLB executive still views Hoffman as a first-round prospect:

I think (Hoffman) is talented enough that he still will get selected in the first round. I don't know where that's going to be. Because of what he showed in the Cape, pushing (Carlos) Rodon for who would be No. 1, then that one outing when he was showing top-of-the-draft type of stuff. Teams will have to scramble now, having more discussions with their medical staff, to see where that risk factor lies.

MLB draft picks are a work in progress anyway, so taking a player who will miss a year isn't necessarily the worst thing in the world. As long as there is confidence that he can recover and return to form, Hoffman should still come off the board fairly early.

 

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