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PickTeamPlayerSchoolPosB/THtWtDOBClass
813Healey, JackeYoungstown StateSSR/R6'02"1801988-06-26SR
273Shirley, ThomasXavierLHPL/L6'05"1988-11-11JR
8Deshields Jr., DelinoWoodward Academy (GA)CFR/R5'09"1881992-08-16HS
Comments: DeShields has two things really working in his favor: his plus speed and his bloodlines. His dad of the same name spent many years in the big leagues, and the hope is that the younger DeShields could be a similar type of player. He does have the potential to be a very good hitter and puts his speed to use on the basepaths. He has more than enough range to handle center field and the hands to play second if a team wanted to give that a look. Scouts have had a hard time getting a consistent read on DeShields. He's toolsy and seems like he'll fall right into the old risk vs. reward debate. It seems likely a team will be willing to take the plunge at some point not too deep into the Draft.
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453Cotton, JamaineWestern Oklahoma StateRHPR/R6'01"1801990-09-27J2
1293Henderson, DeMarcusWayne County HS (MS)SSR/R5'10"1601991-12-23HS
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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1113Streilein, BrianVillanovaRHPR/R6'03"2221988-11-03SR
723Champion, AdamUniversity of Arkansas - Little RockLHPL/L6'07"2201987-09-22SR
123Doran, RobertTexas TechRHPR/R6'06"2251989-03-21JR
1263Gerrish, PaulTexas ChristianRHPR/R6'04"2151986-07-11SR
903Kiilsgaard, KellenStanfordRFL/L6'02"1988-12-16JR
1023Cole, RyanSt. JohnsRHPR/R5'11"2051987-12-12SR
633Blair, AaronSpring Valley HS (NV)RHPR/R6'04"2051992-05-26HS
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.
423Scott, JordanRiverside HS (SC)CFL/R6'02"1801991-09-22HS
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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1143Ford, RyanPlano West Sr. HS (TX)1BL/R6'03"2301991-09-28HS
1353Vazquez, IanPerkiomen School (PA)SSR/R5'11"1721991-10-27HS
153Heath, BenPenn StateCR/R6'02"2201988-10-07JR
393Duren, DavisOklahoma State2BL/R6'00"1881989-03-20JR
843Chowning, JasonOklahomaRHPR/R6'04"1851987-10-17SR
783Sogard, AlexanderNorth Carolina StateLHPL/L6'03"2151987-07-25SR
243Buchanan, JakeNorth Carolina StateRHPR/R6'00"2201989-09-24JR
1413Carcone, JosephNew Hartford HS (NY)SSR/R5'07"1801992-01-18HS
873Jantz, BroughanNevada Union HS (CA)CFL/L6'02"1901991-01-04HS
693Bailey, AdamNebraskaRFL/L6'01"1951988-03-06SR
19Foltynewicz, MikeMinooka Community HS (IL)RHPR/R6'04"1991-10-07HS
Comments: Two years ago, fellow Illinois prep product Jake Odorizzi raced up Draft boards late and ended up going in the supplemental first round. Foltynewicz is more of a known quantity and could do quite well when the Draft comes around. That's because of his plus fastball with plus movement, a good changeup and clean mechanics. The breaking ball needs some work but should be fine with more instruction. While it's typically been the prep arms from the warm-weather areas who go first, Foltynewicz is positioning himself to be one of the first from the Midwest to go off the board.
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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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513Burnett, TylerMiddle Tennessee State3BL/R6'00"2051989-05-09JR
1173Holley, KrishawnMid Carolina HS (SC)RHPR/R6'00"1951992-02-08HS
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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