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PickTeamPlayerSchoolPosB/THtWtDOBClass
90Wates, AustinVirginia TechRFR/R6'01"1988-09-02JR
Comments: Wates is a rare breed: a toolsy college hitter. The Virginia Tech standout's best tool is his speed and he should be a base-stealing threat at the next level. He can swing the bat, too, and projects to hit for more than enough average. What he's not going to do is hit for a ton of power. That, and his lack of a true position -- he's playing first and left field this season -- are the only real knocks against him. He has the skills to play left full-time and could be a future table-setter. Those are always in high demand, so don't expect Wates to last long on Draft day.
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483Wallace, ChristopherHoustonCR/R6'00"2051988-04-27SR
58Velasquez, VincentGarey HS (CA)RHPS/R6'03"1851992-06-07HS
Comments: Velasquez raised many eyebrows with his breakout performance at the Urban Youth Academy. In the past, Velasquez had largely been a position player, partially because of an injury and partially because that's how he viewed himself. He may be forced to change his view because there's no doubt scouts see him on the mound after he was throwing a live fastball a good curve and a plus change. Add in good athleticism, excellent mechanics and the kind of projectable body scouts love, if Velasquez continues to throw that well, he'll move up the charts among high school arms in a hurry.
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1353Vazquez, IanPerkiomen School (PA)SSR/R5'11"1721991-10-27HS
1113Streilein, BrianVillanovaRHPR/R6'03"2221988-11-03SR
783Sogard, AlexanderNorth Carolina StateLHPL/L6'03"2151987-07-25SR
273Shirley, ThomasXavierLHPL/L6'05"1988-11-11JR
423Scott, JordanRiverside HS (SC)CFL/R6'02"1801991-09-22HS
363Robinson, JamesGeorgia TechRHPR/R6'01"1761988-02-13SR
333Redinger, KyleCedar Crest HS (PA)3BR/R6'03"2051991-12-19HS
753Quintero, RodneyChipola JCRHPR/R6'02"2151990-01-18J1
183Plutko, AdamGlendora HS (CA)RHPR/R6'03"1801991-10-03HS
Comments: In a strong year for high school arms, there are a few elite names at the very top followed by a fairly deep crop right below. Plutko probably fits in the latter group. He was getting extra buzz early in the spring with strong performances, showing a fastball up to 93-94 mph and an excellent changeup. His breaking stuff has been a bit inconsistent, and that might be what keeps him from joining that top group of prep arms. But with a quick arm, a projectable and athletic frame and a pretty good idea of how to pitch, Plutko shouldn't have to wait too long to hear his name called.
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213Pena, RobertoEloisa Pascual HSCS/R6'00"1801992-06-08HS
1443Pecoraro, ThomasHalf Hallow Hills West HS (NY)RHPR/R5'11"1541992-11-22HS
1383Pardo, LawrenceChristopher Columbus HS (FL)LHPL/L6'00"1801991-10-22HS
993Ness, MichaelDukeRHPR/R6'04"2001987-10-20SR
1203Meiners, JeremiahFrancis Marion UniversityLHPL/L6'00"2001988-08-16SR
543Magee, JoshuaHoover HS (AL)CFR/R5'10"1601991-10-01HS
1233Lane, BryceGulf Coast CCRFR/R6'00"1901989-08-24J2
33Kvasnicka, MichaelMinnesotaCS/R6'02"2001988-12-07JR
Comments: Kvasnicka was once a vaguely interesting college outfielder. A move behind the plate, however, has made him much more intriguing. His defensive ability is still quite raw, but his athleticism and above-average arm strength give him a chance. He hasn't hit with much power this year but has shown a good approach at the plate. A switch-hitting catcher who can hit and catch is a hot commodity, and that's why Kvasnicka's stock was rising as the Draft approached.
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903Kiilsgaard, KellenStanfordRFL/L6'02"1988-12-16JR
573Jones, JacobyRichton HS (MS)SSR/R6'03"1901992-05-10HS
Comments: While Manny Machado in Miami gets most of the buzz regarding high school bats these days, and rightfully so, Jones isn't too far behind. The Mississippi prep product could have a special bat, with plus power. He has all the tools to stay at shortstop, with good hands and excellent range. Even if he outgrew short, it looks like he might have enough bat to handle a corner position. He's not going to be the first prep position player to go off the board, but he shouldn't have to wait too long to hear his name called.
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873Jantz, BroughanNevada Union HS (CA)CFL/L6'02"1901991-01-04HS
1173Holley, KrishawnMid Carolina HS (SC)RHPR/R6'00"1951992-02-08HS
1293Henderson, DeMarcusWayne County HS (MS)SSR/R5'10"1601991-12-23HS
153Heath, BenPenn StateCR/R6'02"2201988-10-07JR
813Healey, JackeYoungstown StateSSR/R6'02"1801988-06-26SR
1083Halstead, RyanLos Osos HS (CA)RHPL/R6'04"2151992-05-13HS
303Grills, EvanSinclair SSLHPL/L6'04"1992-06-13HS
Comments: Grills was a member of the Junior National Team at the 2008 World Junior Baseball Championship in Edmonton, Alberta. He committed to San Jacinto JC/ Florida Gulf Coast.
1053Gomez, EstebanBishop Ford Central Catholic (NY)1BL/L6'01"2101992-09-02HS
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First Round

2010 mlb draft cap
Schedule
  • June 7, 7 p.m. ET
    Round 1, First-Year Player Draft, Secaucus, N.J.
    June 8, noon ET
    Rounds 2-30, First-Year Player Draft
    June 9, noon ET
    Rounds 31-50, First-Year Player Draft