MLB Draft Order 2013: Complete List of Selections for Entire Draft

Ben Stepansky@@benstepanskyCorrespondent IJune 6, 2013

Shortstop Carlos Correa went first overall to the Astros in 2012.
Shortstop Carlos Correa went first overall to the Astros in 2012.Bob Levey/Getty Images

Peanuts? Check. Cracker jacks? Check. Jersey on? Check. Two Red Bull 6-packs? Double check!

The three-day, 40-round MLB First-Year Player Draft begins this evening with the Houston Astros owning the first overall pick. If there's one day to tune in, however, it's tonight when the first two rounds take place.

Whether or not the Astros will use their first pick on a hurler like Stanford's Mark Appel or Oklahoma's Jonathan Gray or opt for a loud bat like that of San Diego's Kris Bryant or UNC's Colin Moran remains to be seen.

There will be 33 picks in the first round—which includes six compensatory picks to teams who lost high-profile free agents during the offseason—and 29 picks in the second round.

Sandwiched between the first and second rounds is the first of two competitive balance rounds (the second following the conclusion of round two). The function of the competitive balance rounds, which we are still in their formative years, is to award (via a lottery) additional picks to the teams with the smallest market and/or lowest revenue.  

These picks have potential to be pivotal due to the unpredictability of the MLB draft. No prospect is a sure thing.

The translation of talent from high school and college ball to the majors is a gift, and one that does not come wrapped in pretty paper with a bow. Unlike the immediate impact NFL and NBA rookies can have on the game, MLB prospects must work their tail off to reach the professional level. And without the need to declare, some may even choose to gauge professional interest then return for another collegiate season.

It's going to be a long three days for MLB teams, but a weekend filled with promise.

This is also the first year the draft will fall on a weekend. By altering the schedule of the MLB draft, Mr. Selig is catering to us, the fans. 

Now all we can do is hope that our team drafts the next budding superstar. Enjoy!


The following is the schedule for Day One of the MLB draft scheduled for Thursday, June 6th at 7:00 PM E.T. on the MLB Network and streaming live on


First Round 

1. Houston Astros: Mark Appel, RHP — Stanford  

2. Chicago Cubs: Kris Bryant, 3B — University of San Diego

3. Colorado Rockies: Jonathan Gray, RHP — Oklahoma

4. Minnesota Twins: Kohl Stewart, RHP — St. Pius X HS (TX)

5. Cleveland Indians: Clint Frazier, OF — Loganville HS (GA)

6. Miami Marlins: Colin Moran, 3B — North Carolina

7. Boston Red Sox: Trey Ball, LHP — New Castle Chrysler HS (IN)

8. Kansas City Royals: Hunter Dozier, SS — Stephen F. Austin

9. Pittsburgh Pirates (Mark Appel, unsigned): Austin Meadows, OF — Grayson HS (GA)

10. Toronto Blue Jays: Phillip Bickford, RHP — Oaks Christian HS (CA)

11. New York Mets: Dominic Smith, 1B — Junipero Serra HS (CA)

12. Seattle Mariners: D.J. Peterson, 3B — New Mexico

13. San Diego Padres: Hunter Renfroe, RF — Mississippi State

14. Pittsburgh Pirates: Reese McGuire, C — Kentwood Senior HS (WA)

15. Arizona Diamondbacks: Braden Shipley, RHP — Nevada

16. Philadelphia Phillies: J.P. Crawford, SS — Lakewood HS (CA)

17. Chicago White Sox: Tim Anderson, SS — East Central CC

18. Los Angeles Dodgers: Chris Anderson, RHP — Jacksonville University

19. St. Louis Cardinals: Marco Gonzales, LHP — Gonzaga

20. Detroit Tigers: Jonathan Crawford, RHP — Florida

21. Tampa Bay Rays: Nick Cluffo, C  — Lexington HS (SC)

22. Baltimore Orioles: Hunter Harvey, RHP — Bandys HS (NC)

23. Texas Rangers: Alex Gonzalez, RHP — Oral Roberts

24. Oakland Athletics: Billy McKinney, CF — Piano West Sr. HS (TX)

25. San Francisco Giants: Christian Arroyo, SS — Hernando HS (FL)

26. New York Yankees: Eric Jagielo, 3B — Notre Dame

27. Cincinnati Reds: Phillip Ervin, CF — Samford University 

28. St. Louis Cardinals (Kyle Lohse, MIL): Rob Kaminsky, LHP — St. Joseph Regional School (NJ)

29. Tampa Bay Rays (B.J. Upton, ATL): Ryne Stanek, RHP — Arkansas

30. Texas Rangers (Josh Hamilton, LAA): Travis Demeritte, SS — Winder Barrow HS (GA)

31. Atlanta Braves (Michael Bourn, CLE): Jason Hursh, RHP — Oklahoma State

32. New York Yankees (Nick Swisher, CLE): Aaron Judge, CF — Fresno State

33. New York Yankees (Rafael Soriano, WSH): Ian Clarkin, LHP — Madison HS (CA)


Competitive Balance Round A 

 34. Kansas City Royals: Sean Manaea, LHP — Indiana State

35. Miami Marlins (from PIT): Matt Krook, LHP — St. Ignatius College Prep (CA)

36. Arizona Diamondbacks: Aaron Blair, RHP — Marshall

37. Baltimore Orioles: Josh Hart, CF — Parkview HS (GA)

38. Cincinnati Reds: Michael Lorenzen, RHP — Cal State - Fullerton

39. Detroit Tigers (from MIA): Corey Knebel, RHP — Texas


Second Round 

40. Houston Astros

41. Chicago Cubs

42. Colorado Rockies

43. Minnesota Twins

44. Miami Marlins

45. Boston Red Sox

46. Kansas City Royals

47. Toronto Blue Jays

48. New York Mets

49. Seattle Mariners

50. San Diego Padres

51. Pittsburgh Pirates

52. Arizona Diamondbacks

53. Philadelphia Phillies

54. Milwaukee Brewers

55. Chicago White Sox

56. Los Angeles Dodgers

57. St. Louis Cardinals

58. Detroit Tigers

59. Los Angeles Angels

60. Tampa Bay Rays

61. Baltimore Orioles

62. Texas Rangers

63. Oakland Athletics

64. San Francisco Giants

65. Atlanta Braves

66. New York Yankees

67. Cincinnati Reds

68. Washington Nationals


Competitive Balance Round B 

 69. San Diego Padres

70. Colorado Rockies

71. Oakland Athletics

72. Milwaukee Brewers

73. Miami Marlins (from DET)


For results from Rounds 3-40, go to's draft order page.


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