The first round of the 2010 MLB Player Draft is in the books, and will go down as one of the wildest nights in the history of the event.
First of all, the fact that it is was held at night was a drastic change. The venue changed as well, with the proceedings held at Studio 42 of the MLB Network complex in Secaucus, N.J.
While the No. 1 pick was far from a surprise—Bryce Harper to the Washington Nationals—the trend became young pitchers from a draft pool that was supposedly thin on arms.
No worries. The teams literally went off the board, picking players who weren't even listed in the media guide.
The bizarre chain of picks sent no-names like Jesse Biddle (pictured) to big-named teams, and left value all over the place through the first round and into the supplemental "sandwich" picks.
Who came away with the best Monday night and who has a lot of work to do to improve their grades Tuesday and Wednesday? Here are our thoughts.