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All 20 rounds of the 2024 MLB draft are in the books, with the Cleveland Guardians kicking things off by taking Travis Bazzana with the No. 1 overall pick on Sunday night.

The Cincinnati Reds followed by selecting Chase Burns with the second pick, the Colorado Rockies went with Charlie Condon, the Oakland Athletics with Nick Kurtz and Chicago White Sox rounded out the top five by taking Hagen Smith. History was made as college players were taken with the first eight picks of the draft; it was the latest without a high school player being selected since the MLB draft was created in 1965, according to ESPN Stats & Information. 

Follow along for pick-by-pick coverage, with ESPN MLB experts David Schoenfield and Dan Mullen breaking down everything you need to know about who your favorite team took in the first round as the picks came off the board and continuing with results for all 615 picks.

 Winners & losers | McDaniel's favorite picks | Mock draft | Rankings

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1. Cleveland Guardians: Travis Bazzana, 2B, Oregon State

Who is Bazzana? The Australian-born Bazzana had a monster season for the Beavers, hitting .407/.568/.911 with 28 home runs and more than twice as many walks as strikeouts (76-37). The 28 home runs set a school record and the overall numbers are a little better than Adley Rutschman had for the Beavers when he went No. 1 overall in 2019. A left-handed hitter, Bazzana's hit tool rates a little better than his raw power, although he learned to tap into that this season, improving from 11 home runs as a sophomore. He's a pure second baseman who could potentially move to center field as well.

Passan: Inside Bazzana's rise to the top of the MLB draft

Why the Guardians took him here: There was a lot of pre-draft discussion about what Cleveland would do with this pick, including speculation the Guardians might opt to cut a deal with a slightly lesser prospect -- but in Bazzana they are getting one of the consensus top players in this draft class. The Oregon State star pushed himself to the top of draft boards by packing power and hitting ability into his compact frame, which makes him exactly the type of player Cleveland has thrived at getting the most of in recent years. He also gives off some Jose Ramirez vibes with the swagger that comes with his ability. -- Mullen

2. Cincinnati Reds: Chase Burns, RHP, Wake Forest

Who is Burns? The latest in the Wake Forest pitching pipeline, Burns transferred from Tennessee for his junior season and becomes the fifth Demon Deacon hurler taken in the first round since 2018, joining Rhett Lowder, Ryan Cusick, Jared Shuster and Griffin Roberts. He also joins Lowder (seventh overall last year to the Reds) and Kyle Sleeth (third overall in 2003) as the earliest selections in program history. Burns starts with a 98 mph fastball that can touch 101, with a hard, high-spin slider that helped him record the highest strikeout rate in Division I at nearly 49% (191 K's in 100 IP). There is some concern about his delivery, but he averaged less than 3.0 walks per nine all three seasons in college.

Why the Reds took him here: The Reds can dream on Burns turning into the next Paul Skenes given his fastball velocity and strikeout rate in college. He isn't projected to advance to the majors as quickly as Skenes, but there's no denying Burns is a potential ace if everything comes together. With Hunter Greene, Nick Lodolo and Andrew Abbott already leading a much improved Cincinnati rotation, the Reds could have a fearsome foursome in a couple of years. -- Schoenfield

3. Colorado Rockies: Charlie Condon, 3B, Georgia

Who is Condon? Condon had one of the most prolific seasons in NCAA history as a redshirt sophomore, hitting .433 with 37 home runs and a 1.565 OPS -- becoming the first Division I hitter this century to hit 35 home runs and posting better numbers than Wyatt Langford and Dylan Crews put up in the same conference last season. At 6-foot-6, he draws comparisons to Kris Bryant and Alec Bohm for his lanky frame. He's played all over the field for Georgia and has the arm to get a shot at third base, although he could end up as a corner outfielder.

Why the Rockies took him here: The No. 1 player on ESPN draft expert Kiley McDaniel's board, this seems like an easy choice for Colorado at No. 3. A team that, despite playing at high altitude, is in desperate need of offensive upgrades gets a slugger who earned national player of the year honors by putting up incredible numbers in the nation's toughest conference. And Condon's polished game should have him aiming for the Coors Field fences in Colorado's lineup sooner rather than later. -- Mullen

4. Oakland Athletics: Nick Kurtz, 1B, Wake Forest

Who is Kurtz? A three-year star for the Demon Deacons, Kurtz hit .306/.531/.763 with 22 home runs in 54 games in 2024 while also posting the highest walk rate in Division I. A load at 6-foot-5 and 235 pounds, Kurtz brings some Anthony Rizzo vibes for his combination of power, hit tool, strike zone judgment and plus defense at first base. With a compact swing, he has a chance to move up quickly to the majors.

Why the A's took him here: Taking Kurtz over Jac Caglianone is a minor surprise if the A's wanted a first baseman, but Kurtz might have the better hit tool and definitely has the better plate discipline right now, so he can perhaps be viewed as a bit of a safer pick. It's also possible that Kurtz will sign for a little below slot, giving the A's more pool money to spend later in the draft. -- Schoenfield

5. Chicago White Sox: Hagen Smith, LHP, Arkansas

Who is Smith? Maybe the next left-handed starter from Arkansas, following in the footsteps of Cy Young winners Cliff Lee and Dallas Keuchel as well as Drew Smyly. Following Tommy John surgery in high school, Smith switched between starting and relieving during his first two seasons with the Razorbacks before breaking out in 2024, becoming the SEC pitcher of the year after going 9-2 with a 2.04 ERA and striking out 161 in 84 innings -- including a 17-strikeout performance in six innings against Oregon State. He sat in the mid-90s with a wipeout slider, although he averaged barely five innings per start, so there might be some reliever risk here.

Why the White Sox took him here: The big question here is if the White Sox will end up regretting making this pick with Jac Caglianone still on the board. The White Sox have had a lot of success going with left-handed starting pitching in the draft lately (Garrett Crochet and Noah Schultz) and Smith is a lefty with nasty stuff -- namely a wicked slider -- who should move quickly through the minors. The Arkansas ace has drawn comparisons to Carlos Rodon and even had some evaluators mentioning Chris Sale -- and he has frontline starter upside if it all comes together. -- Mullen

6. Kansas City Royals: Jac Caglianone, 1B, Florida

Who is Caglianone? Nicknamed "Jactani" after Shohei Ohtani and for his two-way play, Caglianone profiles best as a hitter in the pros -- and with good reason. A huge presence at 6-foot-5 and 250 pounds, he became one of the greatest sluggers in NCAA history the past two seasons, leading the country with 33 home runs as a sophomore and then following up with an even more dominant junior season, hitting .419 with 35 home runs. (He went 5-2 with a 4.76 ERA as a pitcher, hitting 100 mph.) It's grade 80 raw power on the 20-to-80 scale. His 58-to-26 strikeout-to-walk ratio looks impressive, but 31 of those walks were intentional and he has a very high chase rate that he'll have to improve as a pro.

Why the Royals took him here: Imagine Bobby Witt Jr. batting in front of a 40-homer-hitting Caglianone? That's what the Royals are hoping for -- and this is definitely an offense that needs some juice besides Witt, Salvador Perez and Vinnie Pasquantino. Note that the Royals announced Caglianone as a two-way player, so it's possible they will try to develop him as a two-way player. With Pasquantino at first base, Jactani could turn into a DH/SP ... sound familiar? -- Schoenfield

7. St. Louis Cardinals: JJ Wetherholt, SS, West Virginia

Who is Wetherholt? He began the season as ESPN's No. 1 prospect in February, then missed two months with a hamstring injury -- the same injury that hampered him last summer after he had hit .449 with 16 home runs and 36 stolen bases for WVU. He returned from the injury this season to hit .331/.472/.589. Scouts still love his left-handed swing, bat speed, contact ability and approach. He's been a plus runner when healthy and while he played shortstop in college, he might end up at second base. He becomes the highest-drafted player in WVU history. (Alek Manoah and Chris Enochs both went 11th overall.)

Why the Cardinals took him here: This just feels like a Cardinals pick. In Wetherholt, St. Louis gets a very polished college player who is above average at everything from hit tool and power to defense (whether he stays at shortstop in the pros remains to be seen). Wetherholt might not have the star potential of some of the other players picked around him, but he is one of the safest bets to be a solid major leaguer. -- Mullen

8. Los Angeles Angels: Christian Moore, 2B, Tennessee

Who is Moore? The most prolific slugger in the best lineup in college baseball this year, Moore helped the Vols bash their way to the program's first College World Series title. Moore showed off his well-rounded game by becoming the second player in MCWS history to hit for the cycle during Tennessee's first game in Omaha and hit .375 with 34 home runs on the season -- doubling his home run total from the previous year.

Why the Angels took him here: The Angels love to take college players who appear close to the majors and Moore fits that mold, becoming their sixth straight college selection in the first round. The last two of those -- Zach Neto and Nolan Schanuel -- are already in the majors, so if Moore follows their path, he could be one of the first players from this draft to reach MLB. He's limited to second base because of his arm, but his contact rate should allow him to move quickly through the minors. -- Schoenfield

9. Pittsburgh Pirates: Konnor Griffin, SS, Jackson Prep (Mississippi) HS

Who is Griffin? A dynamic two-way talent, Griffin earned Gatorade national player of the year honors after hitting .559 with 9 home runs and 87 stolen bases in 43 games and posting a 10-0 record with a 0.72 ERA this spring. Despite those gaudy pitching statistics, his ceiling as a position player is what got him drafted here with some evaluators saying Griffin might have the highest ceiling in this draft class.

Why the Pirates took him here: A year after getting the best pitcher in the draft in Paul Skenes at No. 1 overall, the Pirates land the position player who might have the most upside of any player in this year's draft with the No. 9 pick. If Griffin can fix a hitch in his swing that scouts have pointed to this spring, his ceiling is perennial All-Star and MVP candidate. It's a pretty big if, but one the Pirates are betting heavy on with this selection. While he's unlikely to be a two-way pitcher in the pros, his pitching ability does give him a fallback if his swing doesn't work out. -- Mullen

10. Washington Nationals: Seaver King, SS, Wake Forest

Who is King? King arrived at Wake Forest as a transfer from Division II Wingate, where he hit .411 and had a 47-game hitting streak as a sophomore before proving himself against top competition with a standout summer in the Cape Cod League. Though his numbers declined slightly with the move to the ACC, King still hit .308 with a career-best 16 home runs as one of three first-round prospects on Wake Forest's roster this spring.

Why the Nationals took him here: Hey, how can you pass on a player named "Seaver"? With James Wood just called up, Dylan Crews (last year's No. 2 overall pick) in Triple-A and Jacob Young looking like a Gold Glove center fielder, maybe it makes sense the Nationals would go infielder here over one of the college outfielders who might be ranked higher on the draft boards. He has the speed and arm to play all over the infield, and, as ESPN analyst Chris Burke says, King's all-around athleticism gives him a really high ceiling. -- Schoenfield

11. Detroit Tigers: Bryce Rainer, SS, Harvard-Westlake (California) HS

Who is Rainer? The latest top draft prospect out of national power Harvard-Westlake in Los Angeles, Rainer was a two-way star during his prep career but is expected to move through the minors as a position player. Rainer is the top-ranked high school prospect in this draft class, according to ESPN's Kiley McDaniel, and as a 6-foot-3 left-handed-hitting shortstop -- with a real chance to stick at the position as a pro -- he has been compared to Texas Rangers star Corey Seager.

Why the Tigers took him here: It's usually a good sign anytime a draft prospect is drawing comparisons to the reigning World Series MVP like Ranier does to Seager. And Rainer actually seems more likely to stay at shortstop as a pro than Seager did when he was drafted. Of course, a whole lot has to go right between now and the majors for Ranier to approach that kind of production. And since he is old for his class -- having already turned 19 years old -- there are some questions about how his high school performance will translate to the next level. -- Mullen

12. Boston Red Sox: Braden Montgomery, RF, Texas A&M

Who is Montgomery? After starring for two years at Stanford, Montgomery landed at A&M for his draft season and hit .322/.454/.733 with 27 home runs. The Aggies reached the College World Series, losing in the championship to Tennessee, although Montgomery injured his leg in the super regional win over Oregon and missed the CWS. He's a switch-hitter with a big arm (he pitched a little in college) and plus-plus raw power, although he's probably limited to right field. He's improved his approach and swing, although he profiles as power over hit.

Why the Red Sox took him here: As a consensus top-10 player on most draft boards, the Red Sox simply couldn't pass up on Montgomery's 70-grade power and 80-grade arm. He'll have to make enough contact as a pro and he's recovering from that broken ankle, but with a nice group of young players in the majors -- plus some highly-rated prospects in their farm system -- the Red Sox could be developing an impressive lineup of position players to build into a consistent winner. -- Schoenfield

13. San Francisco Giants: James Tibbs III, RF, Florida State

Who is Tibbs? Arguably the most polished hitter in this draft class not named Travis Bazzana, Tibbs hit .363 with a 1.264 OPS while leading the Seminoles to their first College World Series appearance since 2019. The left-handed hitter followed up on a strong Cape Cod League showing by taking his power game to another level this season at Florida State, highlighted by a three-homer, six-RBIs super regional performance to send the Noles to Omaha. `

Why the Giants took him here: He's polished at the plate, and that should translate to a quick rise to the majors for the left-handed outfielder. The drawback is his ceiling is likely more solid player than star, as a corner-only outfield prospect with 20 to 25 home run upside. -- Mullen

14. Chicago Cubs: Cam Smith, 3B, Florida State

Who is Smith? A draft-eligible sophomore, Smith made huge gains in his second year with the Seminoles, improving from a .258 average and .843 OPS to .387 and 1.142, with nearly as many walks (44) as strikeouts (48). He has already made some mechanical adjustments at the plate, but it's possible more could be in order to fully tap into his plus raw power from his 6-foot-3, 220-pound frame. (He still hit 16 home runs this season.)

Why the Cubs took him here: It's a power game in the majors and the Cubs are near the bottom of the National League in home runs this season, so they're betting on Smith making further improvements on his swing to tap into his power. He had a 52% groundball rate in college, so there are still adjustments to make -- that rate isn't going to work in the pros. It's a pick with 30-homer upside if the swing comes together. -- Schoenfield

15. Seattle Mariners: Jurrangelo Cijntje, RHP/LHP, Mississippi State

Who is Cijntje? Cijintje rose to notoriety as a switch-pitcher at Mississippi State, but is a major league prospect because of his ability from the right side and took off this season when he focused primarily on that. (He went 8-2 with a 3.67 ERA and 113 strikeouts in 90⅔ innings.) A member of Curacao's 2016 Little League World Series team, Cijntje has drawn comparisons to Marcus Stroman because of his stuff and smaller frame.

Why the Mariners took him here: Cijntje was one of the hottest names on draft boards in the final weeks ahead of Sunday, and he's going to a franchise that has done very well at developing starting pitchers in recent years. Yes, being a switch-pitcher has garnered him attention over the years, but it's no coincidence that his rise has coincided with throwing from the left side less frequently to focus on his more powerful right-handed delivery. That likely played a big role in the Mariners jumping on him here. -- Mullen

16. Miami Marlins: PJ Morlando, RF/1B, Summerville (South Carolina) HS

Who is Morlando? A left-handed hitter with a nice combination of power potential and hit tool, Morlando impressed scouts last summer with his all-around skills at the plate, although he didn't have the best of high school seasons as a senior. He has below-average speed, which limits him to an outfield corner (although the Marlins announced him as a center fielder) and could eventually land him at first base.

Why the Marlins took him here: Look, there is no doubt the Marlins need hitting and Morlando has legitimate upside, but this is certainly the biggest surprise so far. As Jeff Passan reported, the Marlins will sign him to a below-slot bonus and use that money later in the draft, but it's a risky strategy -- and Morlando's lack of defensive profile is a drawback for a first-round pick. -- Schoenfield

17. Milwaukee Brewers: Braylon Payne, CF, Elkins (Texas) HS

Who is Payne? Payne is one of the youngest players -- and one of the fastest runners -- in this year's draft as a 17-year-old prep outfielder out of Texas who won't turn 18 for another month.

Why the Brewers took him here: This is a surprising pick by the Brewers at this juncture of the first round as Payne's earliest potential landing spots seemed more likely in the late-20s than mid-teens. His speed is his calling card and his hit tool is developing quickly, but there's a good chance the reasoning for this pick will become clearer when the Brewers start spreading bonus money around in upcoming rounds. -- Mullen

18. Tampa Bay Rays: Theo Gillen, 2B, Westlake (Texas) HS

Who is Gillen? Gillen has long been viewed as one of the best pure hitters in the 2024 high school class, with above-average overall tools and up-the-middle defensive value. The 6-foot-2 lefty swinger did have shoulder surgery in 2022 and a knee injury as a junior, but hit .416 as a senior to become a first-round talent. His arm strength likely necessitates a move to second base, although he also has the speed to try center.

Why the Rays took him here: The Rays have focused heavily on position players in the first round in recent years (seven of their last eight first-round or supplemental first-round picks) and they go that route again despite all the current injuries to the pitching staff. Gillen may be the best high school hitter in this draft, and while he was an infielder in high school, the Rays announced him as an outfielder. -- Schoenfield

19. New York Mets: Carson Benge, RF, Oklahoma State

Who is Benge? Benge redshirted his first season at OSU as he recovered from Tommy John surgery and while he did pitch the past two seasons (primarily in relief this year) and rates as a prospect as a pitcher who can hit 96 mph, his pro future is in the outfield after hitting .335/.444/.665 with 18 home runs. A left-handed hitter with good plate discipline and plus exit velocity, Benge profiles best in right field with his arm strength.

Why the Mets took him here: The first pick of the David Stearns era, Benge hits the ball exceptionally hard while also managing to control the strike zone and make consistent contact. While he has pro-level pitching potential, the Mets are expected to try to tap into that hitting ability and focus on developing Benge as an outfielder from here. -- Mullen

20. Toronto Blue Jays: Trey Yesavage, RHP, East Carolina

Who is Yesavage? Yesavage first showed off his promising arm with a 15.9 K/9 rate as a freshman at East Carolina before moving into the rotation once he improved his command as a sophomore and went 18-2 with a 2.28 ERA over his final two seasons with the Pirates. Yesavage was hospitalized with a partially collapsed lung during the 2024 season but returned to the mound less than two weeks later and defeated fellow first-round prospect Chase Burns of Wake Forest in an NCAA regional elimination game.

Why the Blue Jays took him here: He's the top college pitcher remaining on the board and feels like good value at this spot. He may be more floor than ceiling, but with Yusei Kikuchi a free agent and Chris Bassitt possible trade bait, Yesavage's polished repertoire could mean he moves quickly through the minors to fill an immediate need. If he adds even a little more velocity, he could end up being one of the steals of the first round. -- Schoenfield

21. Minnesota Twins: Kaelen Culpepper, SS, Kansas State

Who is Culpepper? A third baseman early in his college career who has shined since moving to shortstop, Culpepper's ultimate pro position remains a bit unclear. What is clear though is the K-State star can hit to all fields. Unheralded out of high school, Culpepper put himself on draft radars by posting a .934 OPS during his three seasons in the Big 12 and leading a U.S. collegiate national team featuring several of this draft's top prospects in batting average, on-base percentage and slugging last summer.

Why the Twins took him here: Culpepper was one of the most dynamic hitters in college baseball this season and only helped his draft stock by making the move from third base to shortstop. He put up huge numbers at K-State, including hitting for the cycle in an NCAA regional game and taking No. 5 overall pick Hagen Smith deep the next day, and has shown himself against top competition in the summers. Ultimately, his pro ceiling will likely be decided by whether he can stick at shortstop or if he moves to third base on his way to the majors. -- Mullen

22. Baltimore Orioles: Vance Honeycutt, CF, North Carolina

Who is Honeycutt? The most polarizing prospect in this draft class, Honeycutt leaves North Carolina as one of the most decorated players in the history of the storied program. He batted .318 with 28 home runs and 28 stolen bases in leading the Tar Heels to the College World Series this year and is a potential Gold Glove winner in center field. The big question is how much Honeycutt's high strikeout rates will hold him back against upper-level pitching.

Why the Orioles took him here: Given the strength of the major league team, the Orioles could afford to roll the dice here and that's what they did with perhaps the biggest boom-or-bust player in the first round. Chris Burke dropped a George Springer comp on his upside, but can Honeycutt overcome the swing-and-miss (83 K's in 62 games)? Given that players this late in the first round rarely hit it big anyway, you have to love the Orioles going for a home run here and trusting their player development system, which has certainly excelled in producing hitters. -- Schoenfield

23. Los Angeles Dodgers: Kellon Lindsey, SS, Hardee (Florida) HS

Who is Lindsey? One of the most athletic prospects in this draft class, Lindsey has drawn comparisons to Phillies star Trea Turner (and to Padres rookie Jackson Merrill). His 80-grade speed is his calling card, which could eventually lead to a move from shortstop to center field. As a multisport athlete in high school (he played quarterback), he's surprisingly polished, with a good approach and contact skills. The biggest question is how much power he can develop.

Why the Dodgers took him here: Tools. Tools. Tools. When it comes to athleticism and explosiveness, Lindsey is one of the elite prospects in this class. The downside of his profile is that he simply has not faced the same level of competition as many of the players who have come off the board before him. But, like the Orioles taking Honeycutt with the previous pick, this is a case where the organization matters as much as the draft spot, and the Dodgers landing a player drawing Turner comps here is scary for the rest of the league. -- Mullen

24. Atlanta Braves: Cam Caminiti, LHP, Saguaro (Arizona) HS

Who is Caminiti? A cousin of the late NL MVP Ken Caminiti, Cam reclassified from the class of 2025 and won't turn 18 until August. A two-way star in high school, he is the top-ranked prep pitcher, sitting in the mid-90s with his fastball and pumping it up to 98. His breaking ball needs to improve and while he didn't throw his changeup much, it projects as a plus pitch. Scouts love his athleticism and his crossfire delivery creates some deception. He has an LSU commitment.

Why the Braves took him here: It would not have been surprising to see Caminiti go up to a dozen picks before this, so this could be a steal at 24. Caminiti was long thought of as the top prep pitching prospect in this draft class and he lands with an organization that turns talent into topflight major league pitching as well as anyone in the sport. Braves fans will need to be patient though, as he reclassified to the 2024 draft class -- and as a 17-year-old, his days pitching at Truist Park are probably at least a few years away. -- Mullen

25. San Diego Padres: Kash Mayfield, LHP, Elk City (Oklahoma) HS

Who is Mayfield? The two-time Gatorade Oklahoma high school player of the year, Mayfield saw his stock soar this spring after skipping the summer showcases last year. His fastball climbed from the upper 80s to the 92 to 95 mph range, touching 97, with a plus changeup and developing slider. He turned 19 in February, so that was a turn off for model-heavy teams, but he has a nice, easy delivery that projects to good control.

Why the Padres took him here: Mayfield is a high-upside high school starting pitcher and that is a type of player that the Padres crave as much as any franchise in the majors, so it's no surprise they would grab him -- especially after Caminiti went one pick prior. There is some clear need for improvement in Mayfield's delivery and the development of his pitches, but picking late in the first round, San Diego has to be happy to land a potential mid-to-front-of-the-rotation starter. -- Mullen

26. New York Yankees: Ben Hess, RHP, Alabama

Who is Hess? A big-framed right-hander, Hess struggled with command and finished the 2024 season with a 5.80 ERA at Alabama -- though he posted a 3.22 ERA in seven 2023 starts. He is Alabama's all-time leader in K/9 ratio with 13.3 for his career, including a 14.0 rate this season. 

Why the Yankees took him here: The Yankees clearly believe that those eye-popping strikeout rates are more indicative of Hess' true talent than his less-than-stellar 2024 ERA and walk rate. He throws in the mid-90s and has a true starting pitcher build with a solid slider, so there is plenty to work with here. New York seems confident it can develop the best version of the Bama pitcher. -- Mullen

27. Philadelphia Phillies: Dante Nori, CF, Northville (Michigan) HS

Who is Nori? One of the most decorated players to come out of Michigan in recent memory, Nori won a state championship and the state's Mr. Baseball award as a center fielder this spring hitting .477 with 20 stolen bases. His father, Micah, is an assistant coach for the NBA's Minnesota Timberwolves.

Why the Phillies took him here: Nori is the oldest high school prospect in this class, which is a turn off to many draft model-focused teams -- but not the Phillies. Philadelphia is banking on the center fielder's approach, contact ability and short left-handed swing translating to success as he steps up in competition from playing high school baseball in a northern state to the pros. -- Mullen

28. Houston Astros: Walker Janek, C, Sam Houston State

Who is Janek? After hitting .300 all three years at Sam Houston State, topped by a .364 mark this year with 1.185 OPS, Janek won the Buster Posey Award as college baseball's top catcher. He's regarded as the top defensive catcher in the draft with a quick release and strong arm and won Conference USA defensive player of the year honors. His defense alone should get him to the big leagues, but the bat has a chance as well.

Why the Astros took him here: Janek is viewed as the safest of the catchers in this draft and becomes the first one off the board -- and, well, you can never have too much catching. Yainer Diaz is more of an offense-first catcher, but the Astros lived for years with the offensively deficient Martin Maldonado, so Janek gives them a chance to upgrade defensively while also giving them depth at a position that has been their weakest during their long-running dynasty. -- Schoenfield

29. Arizona Diamondbacks: Slade Caldwell, CF, Valley View (Arkansas) HS

Who is Caldwell? Caldwell won back-to-back Gatorade state player of the year awards in Arkansas, hitting .485 with 51 stolen bases while leading his team to a state championship. Listed at 5-foot-9, his strengths are his ability to make contact and get on base consistently.

Why the Diamondbacks took him here: Caldwell's game reminded some in the industry of Corbin Carroll before the Diamondbacks took him here and it's easy to see why: undersized, explosive athlete with speed and contact/on-base ability. Of course, that's not saying Caldwell will turn into a future Rookie of the Year winner in Arizona, but getting a guy who reminds some of a franchise cornerstone at the end of the first round is never a bad thing. -- Mullen

30. Texas Rangers: Malcolm Moore, C, Stanford

Who is Moore? Viewed as one of the top high school hitters in 2022, Moore instead elected to attend Stanford and was a draft-eligible sophomore. He hit .311 with 15 home runs to earn freshman All-America honors, but hit just .255 with 16 home runs as a sophomore. He did improve his plate discipline (7% walk rate to 18%) and he suffered from a low BABIP, but scouts view him as a polished hitter with a chance to hit for average and power. He's a fringe defensive catcher right now, so could move to a corner.

Why the Rangers took him here: After drafting fourth, third and second in the past three drafts, respectively, the Rangers are at the bottom of the first round after winning the World Series -- but they stick with a college selection, their sixth in a row in the first round. While that run has come under two different top baseball executives (Jon Daniels and now Chris Young), Kip Flagg has remained the scouting director and Moore fits a similar profile as Josh Jung, Justin Foscue and Wyatt Langford: bat over glove. With Moore, we'll see if he can stick at catcher. -- Schoenfield

Prospect Promotion Incentive picks

31. Arizona Diamondbacks: Ryan Waldschmidt, LF, Kentucky (for Corbin Carroll winning ROY)

A breakout star for a Kentucky team that reached the College World Series for the first time in school history, Waldschmidt rocketed up draft boards by posting a 1.079 slash line this season after returning from a torn ACL suffered during Cape Cod League play last summer. Waldschmidt started his college career at Charleston Southern before proving his bat could play in the best conference in the country during his two seasons in Lexington.

32. Baltimore Orioles: Griff O'Ferrall, SS, Virginia (for Gunnar Henderson winning ROY)

The best pro prospect in a potent Virginia lineup, O'Ferrall is among the most polished hitters in this draft class. He slashed .324/.367/.454 during this time at Virginia and what he lacks in power (only eight home runs in three college seasons), he makes up for in contact ability (just 24 strikeouts in 284 at-bats this season.)

Compensation picks

33. Minnesota Twins: Kyle DeBarge, SS, Louisiana (Compensation for Sonny Gray)

The Sun Belt Conference player of the year, DeBarge had a huge season, hitting .356/.418/.699 with 21 home runs and 72 RBIs in 62 games. Despite the power numbers, his contact ability projects as his best skill (just 30 strikeouts) and he has the tools to stick at shortstop (despite being a catcher in high school). He did struggle with wood bats in the Cape Cod League last summer, slugging just .297.

Competitive Balance Round A

34. Milwaukee Brewers: Blake Burke, 1B, Tennessee (Acquired from Orioles in Corbin Burnes trade)

A potent power hitter in the middle of the lineup for national champion Tennessee, Burke put up huge numbers for the Vols: .378 batting average, 20 home runs and a 1.151 OPS. He is likely limited to first base professionally, so the bat is going to have to continue to carry him as he progresses through the minors.

35. Arizona Diamondbacks: JD Dix, SS, Whitefish Bay (Wisconsin) HS

Dix comes from the same high school program that produced former major league shortstop and current Cubs manager Craig Counsell. Dix, a switch-hitting infielder, was hampered by a shoulder injury during last summer's showcase season, but he has a compact swing to all fields and the ability to stick at shortstop defensively when healthy.

36. Cleveland Guardians: Braylon Doughty, RHP, Chaparral (California) HS

A breakout performer on the summer circuit last year, Doughty followed up with a dominant senior season this spring. He's been up to 96 mph and has two potential plus breaking balls with a high-spin power curveball and hard slider in the mid-80s. He's 6-1, a little short for a first-round right-hander, but scouts like his makeup and delivery.

37. Pittsburgh Pirates: Levi Sterling, RHP, Notre Dame (California) HS 

The 6-foot-4 right-hander is more projection over stuff right now, sitting at 89 to 92 mph, but he had some of the best command in the high school ranks -- and he has three other potential plus pitches in a slider, curveball and changeup. He played shortstop when not pitching, so he comes with good overall athleticism as well.

38. Colorado Rockies: Brody Brecht, RHP, Iowa

A two-sport athlete for the Hawkeyes, Brecht caught nine passes as a redshirt freshman wide receiver in 2022 before giving up football and focusing on baseball this year. He has some of the best arm strength in the draft with triple-digit velocity (he struck out 128 batters in 78⅓ innings), plus a big, 6-foot-4 frame and the obvious athleticism. His slider is a wipeout offering and he'll have to improve his command, but the upside here made him Iowa's first first-round pick since Tim Costo in 1990.

39. Washington Nationals: Caleb Lomavita, C, Cal (Acquired from Royals in Hunter Harvey trade)

A native of Hawai'i, Lomavita continued to cement himself as one of the best hitting catching prospects in this draft class by posting a .322/.395/.586 slash line with 15 home runs for the Golden Bears this season. Expected to stick at the position throughout his pro career, Lomavita has also proven himself against the best competition by hitting over .300 in consecutive summers in the Cape Cod League.

Second round

40. Oakland Athletics: Tommy White, 3B, LSU 41. Kansas City Royals: David Shields, LHP, Mt. Lebanon (Pennsylvania) HS 42. Colorado Rockies: Jared Thomas, OF, Texas 43. Chicago White Sox: Caleb Bonemer, SS, Okemos (Michigan) HS 44. Washington Nationals: Luke Dickerson, SS, Morris Knolls (New Jersey) HS 45. Los Angeles Angels: Chris Cortez, RHP, Texas A&M 46. New York Mets: Jonathan Santucci, LHP, Duke 47. Pittsburgh Pirates: Wyatt Sanford, SS, Independence (Texas) HS 48. Cleveland Guardians: Jacob Cozart, C, NC State 49. Detroit Tigers: Owen Hall, RHP, Edmond North (Oklahoma) HS 50. Boston Red Sox: Payton Tolle, LHP, TCU 51. Cincinnati Reds: Tyson Lewis, SS, Millard West (Nebraska) HS 52. San Diego Padres: Boston Bateman, LHP, Adolfo Camarillo (California) HS 53. New York Yankees: Bryce Cunningham, RHP, Vanderbilt  54. Chicago Cubs: Cole Mathis, 3B, College of Charleston 55. Seattle Mariners: Ryan Sloan, RHP, York Community (Illinois) HS 56. Miami Marlins: Carter Johnson, SS, Oxford (Alabama) HS 57. Milwaukee Brewers: Bryce Meccage, RHP, The Pennington School (New Jersey) 58. Tampa Bay Rays: Emilien Pitre, 2B, Kentucky 59. Toronto Blue Jays: Khal Stephen, RHP, Mississippi State 60. Minnesota Twins: Billy Amick, 3B, Tennessee 61. Baltimore Orioles: Ethan Anderson, C, Virginia 62. Atlanta Braves: Carter Holton, LHP, Vanderbilt  63. Philadelphia Phillies: Griffin Burkholder, OF, Freedom (Virginia) HS 64. Arizona Diamondbacks: Ivan Luciano, C, El Shaddai Christian Academy (Puerto Rico) 65. Texas Rangers: Dylan Dreiling, OF, Tennessee

Competitive Balance Round B

66. Tampa Bay Rays: Tyler Bell, SS, Lincoln-Way East (Illinois) HS 67. Milwaukee Brewers: Chris Levonas, RHP, Christian Brothers Academy (New Jersey) 68. Chicago White Sox: Blake Larson, LHP, IMG Academy (Florida) 69. Minnesota Twins: Dasan Hill, LHP, Grapevine (Texas) HS 70. Miami Marlins: Aiden May, RHP, Oregon State 71. Cincinnati Reds: Luke Holman, RHP, LSU 72. Detroit Tigers: Ethan Schiefelbein, LHP, Corona (California) HS 73. Oakland Athletics: Gage Jump, LHP, LSU

Compensation picks

74. Los Angeles Angels: Ryan Johnson, RHP, Dallas Baptist

Day 2 picks

Third round

75. Oakland Athletics: Joshua Kuroda-Grauer, SS, Rutgers 76. Kansas City Royals: Drew Beam, P, Tennessee 77. Colorado Rockies: Cole Messina, C, South Carolina 78. Chicago White Sox: Nick McLain, OF, Arizona State 79. Washington Nationals: Kevin Bazzell, C, Texas Tech 80. St. Louis Cardinals: Brian Holiday, P, Oklahoma State 81. Los Angeles Angels: Ryan Prager, P, Texas A&M 82. New York Mets: Nate Dohm, P, Mississippi State 83. Pittsburgh Pirates: Josh Hartle, P, Wake Forest 84. Cleveland Guardians: Joey Oakie, P, Ankeny Centennial (Iowa) HS 85. Detroit Tigers: Josh Randall, P, San Diego 86. Boston Red Sox: Brandon Neely, P, Florida 87. Cincinnati Reds: Mike Sirota, OF, Northeastern 88. San Diego Padres: Cobb Hightower, SS, East Rowan (North Carolina) HS 89. New York Yankees: Thatcher Hurd, P, LSU 90. Chicago Cubs: Ronny Cruz, SS, Miami Christian School (Florida) 91. Seattle Mariners: Hunter Cranton, P, Kansas 92. Miami Marlins: Gage Miller, 2B, Alabama 93. Milwaukee Brewers: Jaron DeBerry, P, Dallas Baptist 94. Tampa Bay Rays: Nathan Flewelling, C, St. Joseph's (Canada) HS 95. Toronto Blue Jays: Johnny King, P, Naples (Florida) HS   96. Minnesota Twins: Khadim Diaw, C, Loyola Marymount 97. Baltimore Orioles: Austin Overn, OF, USC 98. Los Angeles Dodgers: Chase Harlan, 3B, Central Bucks East (Pennsylvania) HS 99. Atlanta Braves: Luke Sinnard, P, Indiana 100. Philadelphia Phillies: Josh Spikeman, OF, Oklahoma 101. Houston Astros: Ryan Forcucci, P, UC San Diego 102. Arizona Diamondbacks: Daniel Eagen, P, Presbyterian College 103. Texas Rangers: Casey Cook, OF, North Carolina

Fourth round

104. Oakland Athletics: Rodney Green, OF, Cal 105. Kansas City Royals: L.P. Langevin, P, Louisiana Lafayette 106. Colorado Rockies: Blake Wright, 3B, Clemson 107. Chicago White Sox: Casey Saucke, OF, Virginia 108. Washington Nationals: Jackson Kent, P, Arizona 109. St. Louis Cardinals: Ryan Campos, C, Arizona State 110. Los Angeles Angels: Austin Gordon, P, Clemson 111. New York Mets: Eli Serrano, P, NC State 112. Pittsburgh Pirates: Eddie Rynders, SS, Wisconsin Lutheran HS 113. Cleveland Guardians: Rafe Schlesinger, P, Miami 114. Detroit Tigers: Michael Massey, P, Wake Forest 115. Boston Red Sox: Zach Ehrhard, OF, Oklahoma State 116. San Francisco Giants: Dakota Jordan, OF, Mississippi State 117. Cincinnati Reds: Peyton Stovall, 2B, Arkansas 118. San Diego Padres: Tyson Neighbors, P, Kansas State 119. New York Yankees: Gage Ziehl, P, Miami 120. Chicago Cubs: Ty Southisene, SS, Basic (Nevada) HS 121. Seattle Mariners: Josh Caron, C, Nebraska 122. Miami Marlins: Fenwick Trimble, OF, James Madison  123. Milwaukee Brewers: Marco Dinges, C, Florida State 124. Tampa Bay Rays: Nate Knowles, P, William & Mary 125. Toronto Blue Jays: Sean Keys, 3B, Bucknell 126. Minnesota Twins: Jaime Ferrer, OF, Florida State 127. Baltimore Orioles: Chase Allsup, P, Auburn 128. Los Angeles Dodgers: Jakob Wright, P, Cal Poly  129. Atlanta Braves: Herick Hernandez, P, Miami  130. Philadelphia Phillies: Carson DeMartini, SS, Virginia Tech 131. Houston Astros: Parker Smith, P, Rice 132. Arizona Diamondbacks: Tytus Cissell, SS, Francis Howell (MO) HS 133. Texas Rangers: David Hagaman, P, West Virginia

Compensation picks

134. San Diego Padres: Kavares Tears, OF, Tennessee 135. San Diego Padres: Clark Candiotti, P, Arizona  136. Toronto Blue Jays: Nick Mitchell, OF, Indiana

Fifth round

137. Oakland Athletics: Sam Stuhr, P, Portland 138. Kansas City Royals: A.J. Causey, P, Tennessee 139. Colorado Rockies: Lebarron Johnson Jr., P, Texas 140. Chicago White Sox: Sam Antonacci, IF, Coastal Carolina 141. Washington Nationals: Randal Diaz, SS, Indiana State 142. St. Louis Cardinals: Braden Davis, P, Oklahoma 143. Los Angeles Angels: Dylan Jordan, P, Viera (Florida) HS 144. New York Mets: Trey Snyder, SS, Liberty North (Missouri) HS 145. Pittsburgh Pirates: Will Taylor, OF, Clemson 146. Cleveland Guardians: Aidan Major, P, West Virginia 147. Detroit Tigers: Jack Penney, SS, Notre Dame 148. Boston Red Sox: Brandon Clarke, P, State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota 149. San Francisco Giants: Jakob Christian, OF, San Diego 150. Cincinnati Reds: Tristan Smith, P, Clemson 151. San Diego Padres: Kale Fountain, 3B, Norris (Nebraska) HS 152. New York Yankees: Greysen Carter, P, Vanderbilt 153. Chicago Cubs: Ariel Armas, C, San Diego 154. Seattle Mariners: Charlie Beilenson, P, Duke 155. Miami Marlins: Grant Shepardson, P, Mountain Vista (Colorado) HS 156. Milwaukee Brewers: John Holobetz, P, Old Dominion 157. Tampa Bay Rays: Jacob Kmatz, P, Oregon State 158. Toronto Blue Jays: Jackson Wentworth, P, Kansas State 159. Minnesota Twins: Caden Kendle, OF, Cal Irvine 160. Baltimore Orioles: Ryan Stafford, C, Cal Poly 161. Atlanta Braves: Nick Montgomery, C, Cypress (California) HS 162. Philadelphia Phillies: Carter Mathison, OF, Indiana 163. Houston Astros: Cole Hertzler, P, Liberty 164. Arizona Diamondbacks: Connor Foley, P, Indiana 165. Texas Rangers: Devin Fitz-Gerald, SS, Stoneman Douglas (Florida) HS

Sixth round

166. Oakland Athletics: Josiah Romeo, P, Mayfield (Canada) SS 167. Kansas City Royals: Tanner Jones, P, Texas A&M 168. Colorado Rockies: Konner Eaton, P, George Mason 169. Chicago White Sox: Jackson Appel, C, Texas A&M 170. Washington Nationals: Davian Garcia, P, Florida Gulf Coast 171. St. Louis Cardinals: Josh Kross, C, Cincinnati 172. Los Angeles Angels: Peyton Olejnik, P, Miami (Ohio) 173. New York Mets: Corey Collins, 1B, Georgia 174. Pittsburgh Pirates: Matt Ager, P, UC Santa Barbara 175. Cleveland Guardians: Caden Favors, P, Wichita State 176. Detroit Tigers: Woodey Hadeen, SS, Cal Irvine 177. Boston Red Sox: Blake Aita, P, Kennesaw State 178. San Francisco Giants: Robert Hipwell, 3B, Santa Clara 179. Cincinnati Reds: Jacob Friend, C, Davidson 180. San Diego Padres: Darrien McDowell, OF, West Florida 181. New York Yankees: Griffin Herring, P, LSU 182. Chicago Cubs: Ryan Gallagher, P, UC Santa Barbara 183. Seattle Mariners: Grant Knipp, Two-Way Player, Campbell 184. Miami Marlins: Payton Green, SS, Georgia Tech 185. Milwaukee Brewers: Chandler Welch, P, Tulane 186. Tampa Bay Rays: Janzen Keisel, P, Oklahoma State 187. Toronto Blue Jays: Aaron Parker, C, UC Santa Barbara 188. Minnesota Twins: Derek Bender, C, Coastal Carolina 189. Baltimore Orioles: DJ Layton, SS, Charlotte Christian (North Carolina) HS 190. Los Angeles Dodgers: Brooks Auger, P, Mississippi State 191. Atlanta Braves: Ethan Bagwell, P, Collinsville (Illinois) HS 192. Philadelphia Phillies: Kodey Shojinaga, C, Kansas 193. Houston Astros: Caden Powell, SS, Seminole State 194. Arizona Diamondbacks: Mason Marriott, P, Baylor 195. Texas Rangers: Garrett Horn, P, Liberty

Seventh round

196. Oakland Athletics: Dylan Fien, C, Great Oak (California) HS 197. Kansas City Royals: Dennis Colleran, P, Northeastern (Mass.) 198. Colorado Rockies: Fidel Ulloa, P, LSU 199. Chicago White Sox: Phil Fox, P, Pittsburgh 200. Washington Nationals: Robert Cranz, P, Oklahoma State 201. St. Louis Cardinals: Andrew Dutkanych IV, P, Vanderbilt 202. Los Angeles Angels: Bridger Holmes, P, Oregon State 203. New York Mets: Will Watson, P, USC (Calif.) 204. Pittsburgh Pirates: Connor Wietgrefe, P, Minnesota 205. Cleveland Guardians: Cameron Sullivan, P, Mt. Vernon (Ind.) HS 206. Detroit Tigers: Jackson Strong, OF, Canisius College 207. Boston Red Sox: Will Turner, OF, South Alabama 208. San Francisco Giants: Greg Farone, P, Alabama 209. Cincinnati Reds: Myles Smith, OF, Cal Irvine 210. San Diego Padres: Kai Roberts, OF, Utah 211. New York Yankees: Wyatt Parliament, P, Virginia Tech 212. Chicago Cubs: Ivan Brethowr, OF, Santa Barbara 213. Seattle Mariners: Brock Moore, P, Oregon 214. Miami Marlins: Nick Brink, P, Portland 215. Milwaukee Brewers: Mason Molina, P, Arkansas 216. Tampa Bay Rays: Ryan Andrade, P, Pittsburgh 217. Toronto Blue Jays: Austin Cates, P, UNLV 218. Minnesota Twins: Eli Jones, P, South Carolina 219. Baltimore Orioles: Carson Dorsey, P, Florida State 220. Los Angeles Dodgers: Elijah Hainline, SS, Oregon State 221. Atlanta Braves: Brett Sears, P, Nebraska 222. Philadelphia Phillies: Joel Dragoo, OF, Presbyterian College 223. Houston Astros: Joseph Sullivan, OF, South Alabama 224. Arizona Diamondbacks: Luke Craig, P, UNC Wilmington 225. Texas Rangers: Rafe Perich, 3B, Lehigh

Eighth round

226. Oakland Athletics: Davis Diaz, C, Vanderbilt 227. Kansas City Royals: Nick Conte, P, Duke 228. Colorado Rockies: Luke Jewett, P, UCLA 229. Chicago White Sox: Aaron Combs, P, Tennessee 230. Washington Nationals: Sam Peterson, OF, Iowa 231. St. Louis Cardinals: Jack Findlay, P, Notre Dame 232. Los Angeles Angels: Randy Flores, SS, Alabama State 233. New York Mets: Ryan Lambert, P, Oklahoma  234. Pittsburgh Pirates: Gavin Adams, P, Florida State 235. Cleveland Guardians: Donovan Zsak, P, Rutgers 236. Detroit Tigers: Ethan Sloan, P, Regis 237. Boston Red Sox: Conrad Cason, SS, Greater Atlanta Christian (Ga.) HS 238. San Francisco Giants: Niko Mazza, P, Southern Mississippi 239. Cincinnati Reds: Luke Hayden, P, Indiana State 240. San Diego Padres: Nick Wissman, P, Dayton 241. New York Yankees: Tyler Wilson, 1B, Grand Canyon University 242. Chicago Cubs: Edgar Alvarez, 1B, Nicholls State 243. Seattle Mariners: Will Riley, P, VMI 244. Miami Marlins: Jacob Jenkins-Cowart, OF, East Carolina 245. Milwaukee Brewers: Sam Garcia, P, Oklahoma State 246. Tampa Bay Rays: Jayden Voelker, P, Northern Essex CC 247. Toronto Blue Jays: Eddie Micheletti Jr., C, Virginia Tech 248. Minnesota Twins: Jakob Hall, P, Oral Roberts 249. Baltimore Orioles: Colin Tuft, C, Tulane 250. Los Angeles Dodgers: Brendan Tunink, OF, Newman Central Catholic (Ill.) HS 251. Atlanta Braves: Logan Samuels, P, Montevallo 252. Philadelphia Phillies: Camron Hill, P, Georgia Tech 253. Houston Astros: Dylan Howard, P, Radford 254. Arizona Diamondbacks: Travis Garnett, P, William & Mary 255. Texas Rangers: Anthony Susac, P, Arizona

Ninth round

256. Oakland Athletics: Jared Sprague-Lott, 3B, Arkansas 257. Kansas City Royals: Canyon Brown, C, North Carolina AT&T 258. Colorado Rockies: Tommy Hopfe, 1B, Fresno State 259. Chicago White Sox: Jack Young, P, Iowa 260. Washington Nationals: Jackson Ross, 3B, Ole Miss 261. St. Louis Cardinals: Cade McGee, 3B, Texas Tech 262. Los Angeles Angels: Derek Clark, P, West Virginia 263. New York Mets: Jaxon Jelkin, P, Houston 264. Pittsburgh Pirates: Duce Gourson, 2B, UCLA 265. Cleveland Guardians: Sean Matson, P, Harvard 266. Detroit Tigers: Zach Swanson, P, Toutle Lake (Wash.) HS 267. Boston Red Sox: Hudson White, C, Arkansas 268. San Francisco Giants: Zane Zielinski, SS, Illinois-Chicago 269. Cincinnati Reds: Ryan McCrystal, C, East Carolina 270. San Diego Padres: Zach Evans, SS, Lenoir-Rhyne 271. New York Yankees: Tanner Bauman, P, Auburn 272. Chicago Cubs: Brooks Caple, P, Lamar 273. Seattle Mariners: Aiden Butler, P, Polk State College 274. Miami Marlins: Dub Gleed, 3B, Cal Irvine 275. Milwaukee Brewers: Griffin Tobias, P, Lake Central (Ind.) HS 276. Tampa Bay Rays: Garrett Gainey, P, South Carolina 277. Toronto Blue Jays: Colby Holcombe, P, Mississippi State 278. Minnesota Twins: Jason Doktorczyk, P, Nevada 279. Baltimore Orioles: Jack Crowder, P, Illinois 280. Los Angeles Dodgers: Kole Myers, OF, Troy 281. Atlanta Braves: Owen Hackman, P, Loyola Marymount 282. Philadelphia Phillies: Marcus Morgan, P, Iowa 283. Houston Astros: Ryan Smith, P, Illinois-Chicago 284. Arizona Diamondbacks: Ben McLaughlin, 3B, Arkansas 285. Texas Rangers: Keith Jones II, OF, New Mexico State

10th round

286. Oakland Athletics: Cameron Leary, OF, Boston College 287. Kansas City Royals: Nate Ackenhausen, P, LSU 288. Colorado Rockies: Fisher Jameson, P, Florida 289. Chicago White Sox: Cole McConnell, OF, Louisiana Tech 290. Washington Nationals: Luke Johnson, P, UMBC 291. St. Louis Cardinals: Bryce Madron, OF, Oklahoma 292. Los Angeles Angels: Ryan Nicholson, 1B, Kentucky 293. New York Mets: Brendan Girton, P, Oklahoma 294. Pittsburgh Pirates: Derek Berg, C, West Point 295. Cleveland Guardians: Chase Mobley, P, Durant (Fla.) HS 296. Detroit Tigers: R.J. Sales, P, UNC Wilmington 297. Boston Red Sox: Devin Futrell, P, Vanderbilt 298. San Francisco Giants: Cade Vernon, P, Murray State 299. Cincinnati Reds: Yanuel Casiano, C, Academia Deportiva del Albergue Olímpico 300. San Diego Padres: Jack Costello, 3B, UC San Diego 301. New York Yankees: Joe Delossantos, OF, William & Mary 302. Chicago Cubs: Matt Halbach, 3B, UC San Diego 303. Seattle Mariners: Anthony Donofrio, OF, North Carolina 304. Miami Marlins: Michael Snyder, 3B, Oklahoma 305. Milwaukee Brewers: Ethan Dorchies, P, Cary-Grove (Ill.) HS 306. Tampa Bay Rays: Trey Pooser, P, Kentucky 307. Toronto Blue Jays: Carter Cunningham, OF, East Carolina 308. Minnesota Twins: Peyton Carr, High Point 309. Baltimore Orioles: Christian Rodriguez, P, Cal State Fullerton 310. Los Angeles Dodgers: Seamus Barrett, P, Loyola Marymount 311. Atlanta Braves: Jacob Kroeger, P, Maryville 312. Philadelphia Phillies: Brady Day, 2B, Kansas State 313. Houston Astros: Ramsey David, P, Southeastern University 314. Arizona Diamondbacks: Trent Youngblood, OF, Transylvania 315. Texas Rangers: Jake Jekielek, P, Northwood

Day 3 picks

11th round

316. Oakland Athletics: Kyle Robinson, P, Texas Tech 317. Kansas City Royals: Zachary Cawyer, P, TCU 318. Colorado Rockies: Alan Espinal, C, Vanderbilt 319. Chicago White Sox: Blake Shepardson, C, San Francisco 320. Washington Nationals: Merritt Beeker, P, Ball State 321. St. Louis Cardinals: Jon Jon Gazdar, SS, Austin Peay 322. Los Angeles Angels: Trey Gregory-Alford, P, Coronado (Colorado) HS 323. New York Mets: Nick Roselli, 2B, Binghamton 324. Pittsburgh Pirates: Jacob Bimbi, P, Western Kentucky 325. Cleveland Guardians: Garrett Howe, SS, Samford 326. Detroit Tigers: Micah Ashman, P, Utah 327. Boston Red Sox: Steven Brooks, P, Cal Poly 328. San Francisco Giants: Andy Polanco, OF, Central Pointe Christian (Dominican Republic) 329. Cincinnati Reds: Edgar Colon, P, Felix Varela (Puerto Rico) HS 330. San Diego Padres: Sean Barnett, Two-Way Player, Wingate 331. New York Yankees: Mack Estrada, P, Northwest Florida State 332. Chicago Cubs: Eli Lovich, OF, Blue Valley West (Kansas) HS 333. Seattle Mariners: Christian Little, P, LSU 334. Miami Marlins: Jake Faherty, P, Arkansas 335. Milwaukee Brewers: Caedmon Parker, P, TCU 336. Tampa Bay Rays: Cade Citelli, P, Houston 337. Toronto Blue Jays: Troy Guthrie, P, Parrish Community (Florida) HS 338. Minnesota Twins: Michael Carpenter, P, Madison College 339. Baltimore Orioles: Sebastian Gongora, P, Louisville 340. Los Angeles Dodgers: Aidan Foeller, P, Southern Illinois Carbondale 341. Atlanta Braves: Patrick Clohisy, OF, St. Louis 342. Philadelphia Phillies: Titan Hayes, P, Austin Peay 343. Houston Astros: Jason Schiavone, C, James Madison 344. Arizona Diamondbacks: Bo Walker, OF, Starrs Mill (Georgia) HS 345. Texas Rangers: Dalton Pence, P, North Carolina

12th round

346. Oakland Athletics: Ali Camarillo, SS, Texas A&M 347. Kansas City Royals: Tommy Molsky, P, Oklahoma State 348. Colorado Rockies: Everett Catlett, P, Georgetown 349. Chicago White Sox: Nathan Archer, OF, Bowling Green 350. Washington Nationals: Alexander Meckley, P, Coastal Carolina 351. St. Louis Cardinals: Ian Petrutz, OF, Alabama 352. Los Angeles Angels: Fran Oschell III, P, Duke 353. New York Mets: Ethan Lanthier, P, Kansas 354. Pittsburgh Pirates: Camden Janik, C, Illinois 355. Cleveland Guardians: Sean Heppner, P, British Columbia 356. Detroit Tigers: Jude Warwick, SS, Downers Grove North (Illinois) HS 357. Boston Red Sox: Brady Tygart, P, Arkansas 358. San Francisco Giants: Zander Darby, 3B, UC Santa Barbara 369. Cincinnati Reds: Will Cannon, P, Auburn 370. San Diego Padres: Brandon Butterworth, SS, NC State 371. New York Yankees: Brendan Jones, OF, Kansas State 372. Chicago Cubs: Daniel Avitia, P, Grand Canyon 373. Seattle Mariners: Evan Truitt, P, Charleston Southern 374. Miami Marlins: Connor Caskenette, C, Purdue 375. Milwaukee Brewers: Tyson Hardin, P, Mississippi State 376. Tampa Bay Rays: Jack Lines, SS, TNXL Academy (Florida)  377. Toronto Blue Jays: Carson Messina, P, Summerville (South Carolina) HS 378. Minnesota Twins: Christian Becerra, P, Cal 379. Baltimore Orioles: Andrew Tess, C, Calvary Christian (Florida) HS 380. Los Angeles Dodgers: Cody Morse, P, Weatherford College 381. Atlanta Braves: Cayman Goode, P, Douglas S. Freeman School (Virginia) 382. Philadelphia Phillies: A.J. Wilson, P, UNC Charlotte 383. Houston Astros: Ryan Verdugo, P, CSU Bakersfield 384. Arizona Diamondbacks: John West, P, Boston College 385. Texas Rangers: Josh Springer, C, Corona Senior (California) HS

13th round

376. Oakland Athletics: Riley Huge, P, Winthrop 377. Kansas City Royals: Sam Kulasingam, 3B, Air Force 378. Colorado Rockies: Justin Loer, P, LSU 379. Chicago White Sox: Pierce George, P, Alabama 380. Washington Nationals: Bryant Olson, P, Mercer 381. St. Louis Cardinals: Nolan Sparks, P, Rochester 382. Los Angeles Angels: Fulton Lockhart, P, Central Florida 383. New York Mets: R.J. Gordon, P, Oregon 384. Pittsburgh Pirates: Matt McShane, P, St. Joeseph's 385. Cleveland Guardians: Bennett Thompson, C, Oregon 386. Detroit Tigers: Lucas Elissalt, P, Chipola College 387. Boston Red Sox: Shea Sprague, P, North Carolina 388. San Francisco Giants: Drake George, P, Lewis-Clark State 389. Cincinnati Reds: Anthony Stephan, OF, Virginia 390. San Diego Padres: Matthew Watson, P, Texas A&M Corpus Christi  391. New York Yankees: Dillon Lewis, OF, Queens Univ. of Charlotte 392. Chicago Cubs: Evan Aschenbeck, P, Texas A&M 393. Seattle Mariners: Brandon Eike, 3B, VCU 394. Miami Marlins: Cody Schrier, SS, UCLA 395. Milwaukee Brewers: Joey Broughton, P, Northville (Michigan) HS 396. Tampa Bay Rays: Connor Hujsak, OF, Mississippi State 397. Toronto Blue Jays: Brock Tibbitts, C, Indiana 398. Minnesota Twins: Xavier Kolhosser, P, St. John's  399. Baltimore Orioles: Brandon Downer, P, California Baptist  400. Los Angeles Dodgers: Mike Villani, P, Long Beach State 401. Atlanta Braves: Colby Jones. SS, Northwest Florida State 402. Philadelphia Phillies: Tegan Cain, P, Kansas 403. Houston Astros: Bryce Boettcher, OF, Oregon 404. Arizona Diamondbacks: Kyle Ayers, P, TCU 405. Texas Rangers: Aidan Deakins, P, Wabash Valley College 

14th round

406. Oakland Athletics: Ryan Magdic, P, Missouri 407. Kansas City Royals: Kyle DeGroat, P, Wallkill Senior (New York) HS 408. Colorado Rockies: Sam Gerth P, Navarro College 409. Chicago White Sox: Justin Sinibaldi P, Rutgers 410. Washington Nationals: Yoel Tejeda Jr., P, Florida State 411. St. Louis Cardinals: Mason Burns, P, Western Kentucky 412. Los Angeles Angels: Najer Victor, P, Central Florida 413. New York Mets: Tanner Witt, P, Texas 414. Pittsburgh Pirates: Ian Farrow, OF, Florida Gulf Coast  415. Cleveland Guardians: Ryan Cesarini, OF, Saint Joseph's 416. Detroit Tigers: Preston Howey, P, St. Mary's College 417. Boston Red Sox: Alex Bouchard, P, Lehigh 418. San Francisco Giants: Jeremiah, Jenkins 1B, Maine 419. Cincinnati Reds: Adrian Areizaga, SS, Leadership Christian Academy (Puerto Rico) 420. San Diego Padres: Brendan Durfee, C, UC Santa Barbara 421. New York Yankees: Austin Green, 2B, Texas Tech 422. Chicago Cubs: Cameron Sisneros, 1B, East Tennessee State 423. Seattle Mariners: Austin St. Laurent, 3B, Appalachian State 424. Miami Marlins: Cam Clayton, SS, Washington 425. Milwaukee Brewers: James Nunnallee, C, Lightridge (Virginia) HS 426. Tampa Bay Rays: Ryan Schiefer, P, Arizona State 427. Toronto Blue Jays: J.R. Freethy, 2B, Nevada 428. Minnesota Twins: Jacob Kisting, P, Bradley 429. Baltimore Orioles: Cohen Achen, P, Lindsey Wilson 430. Los Angeles Dodgers: Will Gagnon, P, Reedley College 431. Atlanta Braves: Mason Guerra, 1B, Oregon State 432. Philadelphia Phillies: Jared Spencer, P, Indiana State 443. Houston Astros: Ryan Mathiesen, P, The Master's University 444. Arizona Diamondbacks: Braden Quinn, P, Connecticut 445. Texas Rangers: Ben Hartl, C, Kansas

15th round

436. Oakland Athletics: Blake Hammond, P, Santa Clara 437. Kansas City Royals: Tyler Davis, P, Mississippi State 438. Colorado Rockies: Luke Thelen, P, Western Michigan 439. Chicago White Sox: Mason Moore, P, Kentucky 440. Washington Nationals: Sir Jamison Jones, C, St. Rita (Illinois) HS 441. St. Louis Cardinals: Sam Brodersen, P, Louisiana Tech 442. Los Angeles Angels: Bailan Caraballo, OF, Reborn Christian Academy (Florida) 443. New York Mets: Owen Woodward, P, Houston 444. Pittsburgh Pirates: Ethan Lege 3B,, Ole Miss 445. Cleveland Guardians: Conner Whittaker, P, Florida State 446. Detroit Tigers: Zach MacDonald, OF, Miami 447. Boston Red Sox: Joey Gartrell P, Portland 448. San Francisco Giants: Evan Gray, P, St. Louis 449. Cincinnati Reds: Jordan Little, P, Virginia Tech 450. San Diego Padres: Tanner Smith, P, Harvard 451. New York Yankees: Marshall Toole, OF, Wofford 452. Chicago Cubs: Hayden Frank, P, Lipscomb 453. Seattle Mariners: Thomas Higgins Jr., P, Georgia Southern 454. Miami Marlins: Coen Niclai, C, Robert Service (Alaska) HS 455. Milwaukee Brewers: Travis Smith ,P, Kentucky 456. Tampa Bay Rays: Derek Datil, OF, Antonio Lucchetti (Puerto Rico) HS 457. Toronto Blue Jays: Jonathan Todd, P, Western Carolina 458. Minnesota Twins: Cole Peschl, P, Campbell 459. Baltimore Orioles: Carter Rustad, P, Missouri 460. Los Angeles Dodgers: Erik Parker, SS, North Gwinnett (Georgia) HS 461. Atlanta Braves: Owen Carey, OF, Londonderry (New Hampshire) HS 462. Philadelphia Phillies: Luke Gabrysh, P, Saint Joseph's 463. Houston Astros: Drew Vogel, SS, Murray State 464. Arizona Diamondbacks: Rocco Reid, P, Clemson 465. Texas Rangers: Brooks Fowler, P, Oral Roberts

16th round

466. Oakland Athletics: Connor Spencer, P, Ole Miss 467. Kansas City Royals: Andrew Morones, P, Cal State Fullerton 468. Colorado Rockies: Kevin Fitzer, 1B, Cal State Northridge 469. Chicago White Sox: T.J. McCants, OF, Alabama 470. Washington Nationals: Nolan Hughes, P, Xavier 471. St. Louis Cardinals: Deniel Ortiz, 3B, Walters State CC 472. Los Angeles Angels: Will Gervase, P, Wake Forest 473. New York Mets: Josh Blum, P, USC 474. Pittsburgh Pirates: Brian Curley, P, VCU 475. Cleveland Guardians: Jacob Remily, P, Maryknoll (Hawaii) HS 476. Detroit Tigers: Anson Seibert, P, Blue Valley Southwest (Kansas) HS 477. Boston Red Sox: Griffin Kilander, P, Wayne State 478. San Francisco Giants: Tyler Switalski, P, West Virginia 479. Cincinnati Reds: Jimmy Romano, P, Duke 480. San Diego Padres: Kasen Wells, OF, Weatherford College 481. New York Yankees: Xavier Rivas, P, Ole Miss 482. Chicago Cubs: Christian Gordon, P, VCU 483. Seattle Mariners: Wyatt Lunsford-Shenkman, P, East Carolina 484. Miami Marlins: Eric Rataczak, 1B, Niagara U 485. Milwaukee Brewers: Jayden Dubanewicz, P, Stoneman Douglas (Florida) HS 486. Tampa Bay Rays: Brady Marget, 1B, Tulane 487. Toronto Blue Jays: Colby Martin, P, Southeastern 488. Minnesota Twins: Aidan Haugh, P, North Carolina 489. Baltimore Orioles: Nate George, OF, Minooka Community (Illinois) HS 490. Los Angeles Dodgers: Evan Shaw, P, Kansas 491. Atlanta Braves: Titus Dumitru, OF, New Mexico State 492. Philadelphia Phillies: Eli Trop, P, Pennsylvania 493. Houston Astros: Bryce Mayer, P, Missouri 494. Arizona Diamondbacks: Dawson Brown, P, Georgia Tech 495. Texas Rangers: Eric Loomis, P, Missouri State

17th round

496. Oakland Athletics: Aidan Layton, P, Seton Hill 497. Kansas City Royals: Dane Burns, P, No school 498. Colorado Rockies: Nolan Clifford, SS, Creighton 499. Chicago White Sox: Lyle Miller-Green, Two-Way-Player, Austin Peay 500. Washington Nationals: Gavin Bruni, P, Ohio State 501. St. Louis Cardinals: Brandt Thompson, P, Missouri State 502. Los Angeles Angels: Lucas Ramirez, OF, American Heritage School (Florida)  503. New York Mets: Jacoby Long, OF, Miami 504. Pittsburgh Pirates: Andrew Patrick, OF, Wright State 505. Cleveland Guardians: Logan McGuire, P, Georgia Tech 506. Detroit Tigers: Gabriel Rosado, C, Carlos Beltran Baseball Academy (Puerto Rico) 507. Boston Red Sox: Yan Cruz, OF, Academia Presbiteriana (Puerto Rico) HS 508. San Francisco Giants: Hunter Dryden, P, Whitworth University 509. Cincinnati Reds: Trent Hodgdon, P, South Carolina Upstate 510. San Diego Padres: Ryan Jackson, SS, USC 511. New York Yankees: JoJo Jackson, OF, Georgia State 512. Chicago Cubs: Ben Johnson, P, Georgia Southern 513. Seattle Mariners: Harrison Kreiling, P, Nebraska Omaha 514. Miami Marlins: Micah McDowell, OF, Oregon State 515. Milwaukee Brewers: Cooper Malamazian, SS, Nazareth Academy 516. Tampa Bay Rays: Andres Galan, P, Cal 517. Toronto Blue Jays: Gavin Smith, SS, Valley Christian HS 518. Minnesota Twins: Jay Thomason, 3B, Air Force 519. Baltimore Orioles: Iziah Salinas P, Cowley County CC 520. Los Angeles Dodgers: Jackson Nicklaus, SS, Oklahoma 521. Atlanta Braves: Jacob Shafer P, UNC Wilmington 522. Philadelphia Phillies: Ryan Degges, P, UNC Charlotte 523. Houston Astros: Ethan Wagner, OF, P27 Academy (South Carolina) 524. Arizona Diamondbacks: Drake Frize, P, San Diego 525. Texas Rangers: Joey Danielson, P, North Dakota State

18th round

526. Oakland Athletics: Tucker Novotny, P, Minnesota 527. Kansas City Royals: Corey Cousin, OF, Slidell HS 528. Colorado Rockies: Tyler Hampu, P, Austin Peay 529. Chicago White Sox: Liam Paddack, P, Gonzaga 530. Washington Nationals: Teo Banks, OF, Tulane 531. St. Louis Cardinals: Christian Martin, SS, Virginia Tech 532. Los Angeles Angels: David Mershon, SS, Mississippi State 533. New York Mets: Jace Hampson, P, Lynnwood HS 534. Pittsburgh Pirates: Jake Shirk, P, Wright State 535. Cleveland Guardians: Izaak Martinez, P, UC San Diego 536. Detroit Tigers: Bryce Alewine, P, Southern Union St JC 537. Boston Red Sox: Cole Tolbert, P, Ole Miss 538. San Francisco Giants: Ryan Slater, P, Florida 539. Cincinnati Reds: Jalen Hairston, 3B, State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota 540. San Diego Padres: Victor Figueroa, 1B, Florida Southwestern State 541. New York Yankees: Gus Hughes P, High Point University 542. Chicago Cubs: Thomas Mangus P, Navarro College 543. Seattle Mariners: Matt Tiberia, P, Lynn 544. Miami Marlins: Nate Payne P, Central Dauphin (Pennsylvania) HS 545. Milwaukee Brewers: Tyler Renz P, Fox Lane (New York) HS 546. Tampa Bay Rays: Dominic Niman P, Kentucky 547. Toronto Blue Jays: Holden Wilkerson P, Virginia Military Institute 548. Minnesota Twins: Michael Ross, P, Samford 549. Baltimore Orioles: Michael Caldon, P, Felician College  540. Los Angeles Dodgers: Isaac Ayon, P, Oregon 551. Atlanta Braves: Jake Steels, OF, Cal Poly 552. Philadelphia Phillies: Kevin Warunek, P, Longwood 553. Houston Astros: Grant Burleson, P, Western Kentucky 554. Arizona Diamondbacks: Jackson Hotchkiss, OF, Battle Ground (Washington) HS 555. Texas Rangers: Kadyn Leon, P, Lake Travis (Texas) HS

19th round

556. Oakland Athletics: Gunner Gouldsmith, SS, Sacramento State 557. Kansas City Royals: Dash Albus, P, Abilene Christian 558. Colorado Rockies: Nathan Blasick, P, New Orleans 559. Chicago White Sox: Nick Pinto, P, Cal Irvine 560. Washington Nationals: Ryan Minckler, P, Niagara 561. St. Louis Cardinals: Brendan Lawson, SS, P27 Academy (South Carolina) 562. Los Angeles Angels: Connor Gatwood, P, Baker HS 563. New York Mets: Frank Elissalt, P, Nova Southeastern 564. Pittsburgh Pirates: Joe Vogatsky, P, James Madison 565. Cleveland Guardians: Cam Schuelke, P, Mississippi State 566. Detroit Tigers: Chase Davis, P, Leon HS 567. Boston Red Sox: D'Angelo Ortiz, 3B, Miami Dade CC Kendal 568. San Francisco Giants: Ryan Ure, P, Oklahoma State 569. Cincinnati Reds: Owen Pote, P, No School 570. San Diego Padres: Vicarte Domingo, P, British Columbia 571. New York Yankees: Brandon Decker, P, Oakland University 572. Chicago Cubs: Owen Ayers, C, Marshall 573. Seattle Mariners: Brian Walters, P, Miami 574. Miami Marlins: Luke Lashutka, P, St Leo U 575. Milwaukee Brewers: Noah Wech, P, Manitowoc Lincoln (Wisconsin) HS 576. Tampa Bay Rays: Tony Santa Maria, SS, Rutgers 577. Toronto Blue Jays: D'Marion Terrell ,1B, Thompson (Alabama) HS 578. Minnesota Twins: Logan Whitaker, P, NC State 579. Baltimore Orioles: Braylon Whitaker, OF, Cox Mill (North Carolina) HS 580. Los Angeles Dodgers: Chase Williams, OF, Northwest Florida State 581. Atlanta Braves: Dalton McIntyre, OF, Southern Mississippi 582. Philadelphia Phillies: Erik Ritchie,, P, East Carolina 583. Houston Astros: Twine Palmer, P, Connors State 584. Arizona Diamondbacks: Tyler Bayer, P, South Forsyth (Georgia) HS 585. Texas Rangers: Cade Obermueller, P, Iowa

20th round

586. Oakland Athletics: Dylan Volantis, P, Westlake HS 587. Kansas City Royals: Carter Frederick, OF, Oklahoma 588. Colorado Rockies: Hunter Omlid, P, Arizona State 589. Chicago White Sox: Myles Bailey 1B, Lincoln (Florida) HS 590. Washington Nationals: Colby Shelton, 3B, Florida 591. St. Louis Cardinals: Owen Rice, P, Milwaukee 592. Los Angeles Angels: Zachary Redner, P, Hillsborough CC 593. New York Mets: Adam Haight, SS, Cedar Park Christian (Washington) HS 594. Pittsburgh Pirates: Taylor Penn, P, Woodford County (Kentucky) HS 595. Cleveland Guardians: Cam Walty, P, Arizona 596. Detroit Tigers: Dawson Price P, Eastern Oklahoma St JC 597. Boston Red Sox: Ben Hansen, P, BYU 598. San Francisco Giants: Fernando Gonzalez, C, Georgia 599. Cincinnati Reds: Mason Russell, P, Casteel (Arizona) HS 600. San Diego Padres: Chase Fralick, C, McIntosh (Georgia) HS 601. New York Yankees: Cole Royer, P,, Pierce County (Georgia) HS 602. Chicago Cubs: Brayden Risedorph, P, Indiana 603. Seattle Mariners: Ryan Picollo, OF, Saint Joseph's 604. Miami Marlins: Chase Centala P, Central Florida 605. Milwaukee Brewers: Henry Brummel, P, Pontiac Township (Illinois) HS 606. Tampa Bay Rays: Kaleb Corbett, P, Louisville 607. Toronto Blue Jays: Bryce Martin-Grudzielanek, SS, UC San Diego 608. Minnesota Twins: Merit Jones, P, Utah 609. Baltimore Orioles: Evan Yates, P, Cal State Fullerton 610. Los Angeles Dodgers: Hunter Elliott, P, Ole Miss 611. Atlanta Braves: Eric Hartman OF, Holy Trinity Academy (Canada)  612. Philadelphia Phillies: Kyler Carmack, P, Ole Miss 613. Houston Astros: Ky McGary, OF, Sandra Day O'Connor HS 614. Arizona Diamondbacks: Hunter Carns, C, First Coast (Florida) HS 615. Texas Rangers:  Mac Rose, C, McLennan CC

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