2019 MLB First-Year Player Draft: Complete results tracker as Orioles take Adley Rutschman first overall

The first two days -- and first 10 rounds -- of Major League Baseball's 2019 amateur draft are complete.. The 40-round event began Monday night with a live MLB Network broadcast. Here is the full 2019 draft order, and we have all of the Day 1 and Day 2 results below. After losing 115 games in 2018, the Baltimore Orioles held the No. 1 pick in this year's draft and they used the No. 1 pick on Oregon State catcher Adley Rutschman. Rutschman is the first catcher selected first overall since Joe Mauer in 2001.

High school shortstop Bobby Witt Jr., the son of longtime big league pitcher Bobby Sr., went to the Royals with the No. 2 pick. The White Sox used the No. 3 pick on Cal masher Andrew Vaughn. Rutschman, Witt, and Vaughn is the strongest top three we've seen in the last several drafts. We have full takeaways from both Day 1 and Day 2 of the draft.

We here at CBS Sports provided instant analysis of all 30 first round picks Monday night, live as the selections were announced. Here is a breakdown of all 32 first round picks in the 2018 draft and the rest of the results from the first 10 rounds.

2019 MLB Draft: First Round Analysis
1
Pick: C Adley Rutschman, Oregon State

Rutschman is the consensus No. 1 prospect in the 2019 draft. He's a switch-hitter with power and patience, and outstanding defensive chops that make it easy to believe he will remain behind the plate long-term. The only knock against him is his speed, or lack thereof. Ruthschman is the complete package, and that includes the leadership skills teams look for in top draft picks.

2

Pick: SS Bobby Witt Jr., Colleyville Heritage HS (Texas)

Bobby Sr. spent 16 years in the big leagues as an inning-eating starter. Bobby Jr. is a power-hitting shortstop with five-tool potential. He uses the entire field, steals bases, and is an asset defensively at shortstop. Witt has struggled at times against elite competition in showcase events, but the overall tools package points to a future star on the middle of the diamond.

3

Pick: 1B Andrew Vaughn, California

Until now, a right-handed hitting/right-handed throwing college first baseman had never been drafted in the top five picks. Vaughn has the special bat necessary to make that historically weak profile work, however. He is an outstanding pure hitter with an excellent approach and big power potential. While he is solid enough defensively at first base, Vaughn is close to a bat-only player.

4

Pick: OF J.J. Bleday, Vanderbilt

Bleday has been the best player at a powerhouse college program for two years now, plus he starred against elite competition in the Cape Cod League last summer. He's a four-tool player who is only missing above-average speed. Bleday has big power and bat speed from the left side, and a strong arm that should allow him to become an above-average defensive right fielder.

5

Pick: OF Riley Greene, Hagerty HS (Florida)

Greene is regarded as the top pure hitter in the prep ranks this year. He's hit everywhere he's played, including against top competition in showcase events. He has a quick lefty swing and an excellent approach, and he's still growing into power. What position will Greene play long-term? That's more up in the air. He may be relegated to left field defensively. His bat will carry him.

6

Pick: SS C.J. Abrams, Blessed Trinity Catholic HS (Georgia)

One of the best pure athletes in the draft class, Abrams is a burner who projects to be an impact leadoff hitter. He has sneaky pop, but knows his game and focuses on making contact and using his legs to create havoc. Abrams will likely remain at shortstop for the time being. There is some thought he fits best at second base or even center field, where he could really use his legs.

7

Pick: LHP Nick Lodolo, TCU

The consensus top pitching prospect in the 2019 draft was the highest unsigned pick in the 2016 draft -- Lodolo declined to sign with the Pirates as the 41st overall pick out of high school. He's a big (6-foot-6, 185 lbs.) southpaw with a quality fastball/slider/changeup combination and good strike-throwing ability. Lodolo's frame gives him some rare projection for a college arm.

8

Pick: 3B Josh Jung, Texas Tech

Jung is one of the more well-rounded offensive players in the college ranks. While he has a controlled approach at the plate with his right-handed swing, Jung is a below average runner but overall he's reasonably athletic and should be able to stay at third base. While at Texas Tech, Jung was a first-team Freshman All-American and a second-team All American as a sophomore. Although Jung's numbers dipped during his junior season, scouts are still comfortable with the notion that Jung can be an above-average major-league hitter in the future.

9

Pick: C Shea Langeliers, Baylor

A broken hamate bone in his left hand threw a wrench into Langeliers' draft season. When healthy, he showed a nice right-handed swing with power potential, and he is arguably the best defensive catcher in Division I. The injury lowered his draft stock and makes him a potential steal. Langeliers would be the clear cut No. 1 catcher in most non-Rutschman draft classes. Atlanta received this pick as compensation for failing to sign 2018 first rounder Carter Stewart.

10

Pick: OF Hunter Bishop, Arizona State

After hitting 10 home runs combined his freshman and sophomore years, a small mechanical change helped Bishop unlock his power as a junior, and he went into last week with 22 homers in 51 games. There is some swing and miss in his game, but Bishop has big power and enough defensive skills to remain in center field for the time being. He is the younger brother of Mariners outfielder Braden Bishop.

11

Pick: RHP Alek Manoah, West Virginia

In a draft class unusually thin on high-end college arms, Manoah has emerged as the top right-hander. The 6-foot-6, 260-pound behemoth lives in the mid-to-upper-90s with his sinker, and he backs it up with a very good slider and a developing changeup. Manoah can improve the consistency of his delivery and his control, but the raw tools are awfully impressive.

12

Pick: 3B Brett Baty, Lake Travis HS (Texas)

Baty has perhaps the most projectable left-handed power of the entire draft class. He's also a well-rounded hitter thanks to excellent bat speed and plate discipline. While the arm is definitely strong enough for this base, his range and instincts in the field are both question marks. 

13

Pick: SS Keoni Cavaco, Eastlake HS (California)

Cavaco has good speed and projects as a plus fielder at third base. More impressive is his power. Cavaco has some holes in his swing that could be exploited by more advanced pitchers, but the raw power from the right side is undeniable. For what it's worth, he's committed to San Diego State.

14

Pick: SS Bryson Stott, UNLV

Stott is the best college middle infielder in a draft class unusually deep in college infielders. He's a lefty hitter with excellent bat control and a good approach, though there are questions about his long-term power potential. Stott has a rocket arm and good athleticism, and a chance to remain at shortstop going forward. If not, either second or third base will work.

15

Pick: SS Will Wilson, NC State

Wilson has solid tools across the board without any that stand out as being truly exceptional. He has a solid bat with power potential and is developing plate discipline. However, a questionable arm may eventually necessitate a move to second base down the road. 

16

Pick: OF Corbin Carroll, Lakeside HS (Washington)

Carroll makes up for his small size (5-foot-10, 170 lbs.) with his outstanding hit-and-run tools. He's a lefty that is patient at the plate and his impressive speed helps him on both sides of the ball. He's not only one of the top hitters in this draft, but one of the top defensive center fielders as well. His MVP performance in the Perfect Game All-American Classic has only helped raise his stock. Carroll is committed to UCLA.

17

Pick: RHP Jackson Rutledge, San Jacinto JC (Texas)

Rutledge is the best junior college pitching prospect since Phil Bickford, who the Giants selected with the 18th pick in 2015. He has the high-velocity, high-spin fastball teams love these days, and both his slider and curveball are potential out pitches. Rutledge has arguably the best combination of size (6-foot-8 and 240 lbs.) and stuff in the 2019 draft class.

18

Pick: RHP Quinn Priester, Cary-Grove HS (Illinois)

Priester is considered to be one of the best prep arms in this draft. Priester throws a fastball that sits in the low 90s and a curveball that sits around 80 with tight spin and good depth. The 6-foot-4, 205-pound right-hander has made a commitment to the Texas Christian University program that produced Jake Arrieta and advanced to the College World Series in 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017. Priester is a great athlete -- he also starred on his high school's state champion football team as a wide receiver and defensive back.

19

Pick: LHP Zack Thompson, Kentucky

Injuries have held Thompson back in recent years. He had shoulder trouble in high school and failed a pre-signing physical with the Rays when they made him their 11th round pick in 2016. Thompson also missed two months with an elbow issue last spring. When healthy though, the 6-foot-3 southpaw has a good four-pitch mix (low-90s fastball, slider, curveball, changeup) and strike-throwing ability. With no injury concerns, Thompson would've been drafted much higher.

20

Pick: RHP George Kirby, Elon

Kirby's statistics are ripped from a video game, as he's struck out 107 batters and walked just six in nearly 90 innings. Scouts believe he has the chance for at least three above-average offerings, and he has the frame and delivery to stick in the rotation. If all goes well, he could develop into a mid-rotation starter.

21

Pick: SS Braden Shewmake, Texas A&M

Shewmake would seem like your standard, jack-of-all trades collegiate middle infielder who is likely to end up at second base or in a utility role by the time he reaches the majors. While all of that is accurate, he's a little more colorful than he seems. Shewmake features a long stride that can reduce him to a front-foot hitter. He's skilled enough with the stick to make it work, and could wind up an above-average batsman when all is said and done.

22
Pick: SS Greg Jones, UNC-Wilmington

Jones tore the cover off the ball in front of the right scouts and executives the last few weeks, pushing him into the first round. The fastest runner in the draft class plays the slash-and-dash game and knows his role as the leadoff guy. Jones is a good athlete who might wind up in center field long-term to make the best use of his speed.
23
Pick: 1B Michael Toglia, UCLA

Toglia has a big frame (6-foot-5 and 200 lbs.) and big power from the right side. There are some questions about whether he'll make enough contact against upper level pitching to get into that power though. Toglia is a good athlete who could move to an outfield corner, but will likely settle in as an above-average defender at first.
24

Pick: RHP Daniel Espino, Georgia Premier Academy

Espino is a native of Panama, but he moved to the U.S. in time for the majority of his high school years. He's got an excellent fastball-slider combo, and his curve has the makings of a usable third pitch. He also has enough of a changeup for teams to see him as a future starter.

25

Pick: 3B Kody Hoese, Tulane

Hoese had a breakout season in terms of power, and he did so without a "sell out" approach (23 home runs versus 30 strikeouts during his junior campaign). He has large, strong frame, but he's got enough athleticism and arm strength to give him a shot at sticking at the hot corner.

26
Pick: LHP Blake Walston, New Hanover HS (North Carolina) 

In a draft short on high school lefties, Walston is one of the best thanks to his deep arsenal and projectable frame (6-foot-4 and 170 lbs.). He's in the low-90s with his fastball and can really spin his slider and curveball, and he has good feel for his changeup too. Walston is a pitching prospect you can dream on. The D-Backs received this pick as compensation for failing to sign 2018 first rounder Matt McLain.
27

Pick: RHP Ryan Jensen, Fresno State

Thanks to his premium arm strength, Jensen routinely touches 98-99 mph and has one of the best fastballs in the draft. His slider is inconsistent but promising, and his changeup is a work in progress. Given his size (6-foot-0) and lack of refined secondary pitches, there is some thought Jensen could wind up in the bullpen. If he does, he'll move quickly through the minors.

28

Pick: LHP Ethan Small, Mississippi State

Small missed his sophomore season with Tommy John surgery and spent this spring building arm strength. His changeup and curveball are good, and Small hides the ball exceptionally well. As he gets further away from elbow reconstruction, Small could pair low-to-mid-90s velocity with two quality secondary pitches.

29

Pick: SS Logan Davidson, Clemson

A switch-hitter who has the defensive chops to not only stick but also thrive at short, Davidson also boasts impressive power and good physical frame for further power development. The question is whether he'll be able to make ample contact at the higher levels. He also struggled badly hitting with a wood bat in the Cape Cod League.

30

Pick: SS Anthony Volpe, Delbarton HS (New Jersey)

Volpe received extra exposure this year because his teammate, Jack Leiter, is a top draft prospect as well, and it helped push him into the first round. An all-around shortstop with a grinder mentality, Volpe is a bat-control guy with a history of strong performance against top competition in showcase events.

31

Pick: 2B Michael Busch, North Carolina

Busch isn't tall and he doesn't run or throw well, but he can hit. He's proven as much against both ACC and Cape Cod League competition, and ought to continue to be an asset as he transitions to pro ball. The catch with Busch is figuring out where to play him. Had an American League team drafted him, the answer may have been "designated hitter." The Dodgers received this pick as compensation for failing to sign 2018 first rounder J.T. Ginn.

32

Pick: C Korey Lee, California

Lee has the classic catching prospect profile given his power bat and a power arm. There is some swing-and-miss in his game, but, when he connects, the ball goes a long way. Lee is a solid defender who has a reputation for working well with pitchers. There's some though he might be able to dabble at third base in addition to catching.

Other Day 1 picks

Round 1 compensation results
No. 33: Arizona Diamondbacks - Brennan Malone, RHP, IMG Academy (Florida)
No. 34 Arizona Diamondbacks - Drey Jameson, RHP, Ball State

Competitive Balance Round A results
No. 35: Miami Marlins - Kameron Misner, CF, Missouri
No. 36: Tampa Bay Rays - JJ Goss, RHP, Cyrpess Ranch HS (Texas)
No. 37: Pittsburgh Pirates - Sammy Siani, CF, William Penn Charter HS (Pennsylvania)
No. 38: New York Yankees - T.K. Sikkema, LHP, Missouri
No. 39: Minnesota Twins - Matt Wallner, RF, Southern Miss
No. 40: Tampa Bay Rays - Seth Johnson, RHP, Campbell University
No. 41: Texas Rangers - Davis Wendzel, 3B, Baylor

Round 2 results
No. 42: Baltimore Orioles - Gunnar Henderson, SS, John T. Morgan Academy (Alabama)
No. 43: Boston Red Sox - Cameron Cannon, SS, Arizona
No. 44: Kansas City Royals - Brady McConnell, SS, Florida
No. 45: Chicago White Sox - Matthew Thompson, RHP, Cypress Ranch HS (Texas)
No. 46: Miami Marlins - Nasim Nunez, SS, Collins Hill HS (Georgia)
No. 47: Detroit Tigers - Nick Quintana, 3B, Arizona
No. 48: San Diego Padres - Joshua Mears, RF, Federal Way HS (Washington)
No. 49: Cincinnati Reds - Rece Hinds, SS, IMG Academy
No. 50: Texas Rangers - Ryan Garcia, RHP, UCLA
No. 51: San Francisco Giants - Logan Wyatt, 1B, Louisville
No. 52: Toronto Blue Jays - Kendall Willians, RHP, IMG Academy (Florida)
No. 53: New York Mets - Josh Wolf, RHP, St. Thomas HS (Texas)
No. 54: Minnesota Twins - Matt Canterino, RHP, Rice
No. 55: Los Angeles Angels - Kyren Paris, SS, Freedom HS (California)
No. 56: Arizona Diamondbacks - Ryne Nelson, RHP, Oregon
No. 57: Pittsburgh Pirates - Matt Gorski, CF, Indiana
No. 58: St. Louis Cardinals - Trejyn Fletcher, CF, Deering HS (Maine)
No. 59: Seattle Mariners - Brandon Williamson, LHP, TCU
No. 60: Atlanta Braves - Beau Philip, SS, Oregon State
No. 61: Tampa Bay Rays - John Doxakis, LHP, Texas A&M
No. 62: Colorado Rockies - Aaron Schunk, 3B, Georgia
No. 63: Cleveland Indians - Yordys Valdes, SS, McArthur HS (Florida)
No. 64: Chicago Cubs - Chas Strumpf, 2B, UCLA
No. 65: Milwaukee Brewers - Antoine Kelly, LHP, Wabash Valley College (Illinois) 
No. 66: Oakland A's - Tyler Baum, RHP, North Carolina
No. 67: New York Yankees - Josh Smith, 2B, LSU
No. 68: Houston Astros - Grae Kessinger, SS, Ole Miss
No. 69: Boston Red Sox - Matthew Lugo, SS, Carlos Beltran Baseball Academy (Puerto Rico)

Competitive Balance Round B results
No. 70: Kansas City Royals - Alec Marsh, RHP, Arizona State
No. 71: Baltimore Orioles - Kyle Stowers, OF, Stanford
No. 72: Pittsburgh Pirates - Jard Triolo, 3B, Houston
No. 73: San Diego Padres - Logan Driscoll, C, George Mason
No. 74: Arizona Diamondbacks - Tommy Henry, LHP, Michigan
No. 75: Arizona Diamondbacks - Dominic Fletcher, OF, Arkansas
No. 76: Seattle Mariners - Isaiah Campbell, RHP, Arkansas
No. 77: Colorado Rockies - Karl Kauffmann, RHP, Michigan

Round 2 compensation results
No. 78: Los Angeles Dodgers - Jimmy Lewis, RHP, Lake Travis HS (Texas)

Day 2 picks

Round 3 results
No. 79: Baltimore Orioles -- Zach Watson, CF, LSU
No. 80: Kansas City Royals -- Grant Gambrell, RHP, Oregon State
No. 81: Chicago White Sox -- Andrew Dalquist, RHP, Redondo Union HS (California)
No. 82: Miami Marlins -- Peyton Burdick, CF, Wright State
No. 83: Detroit Tigers -- Andre Lipcius, 3B, Tennessee
No. 84: San Diego Padres -- Hudson Head, CF, Winston Churchill HS (Texas)
No. 85: Cincinnati Reds -- Tyler Callihan, 2B, Providence School of Jacksonville HS (Florida)
No. 86: Texas Rangers -- Justin Slaten, RHP, New Mexico
No. 87: San Francisco Giants -- Grant McCray, CF, Lakewood Ranch HS (Florida)
No. 88: Toronto Blue Jays -- Dasan Brown, CF, Abbey Park HS (Ontario, Canada)
No. 89: New York Mets -- Matthew Allan, RHP, Seminole HS (Florida)
No. 90: Minnesota Twins -- Spencer Steer, SS, Oregon
No. 91: Philadelphia Phillies -- Jamari Baylor, SS, Benedictine School (Virginia)
No. 92: Los Angeles Angels -- Jack Kochanowicz, RHP, Harriton HS (Pennsylvania)
No. 93: Arizona Diamondbacks -- Tristin English, 1B, Georgia Tech
No. 94: Washington Nationals -- Drew Mendoza, 3B, Florida State
No. 95: Pittsburgh Pirates -- Matt Fraizer, CF, Arizona
No. 96: St. Louis Cardinals -- Tony Locey, RHP, Georgia
No. 97: Seattle Mariners -- Levi Stoudt, RHP, Lehigh
No. 98: Atlanta Braves -- Michael Harris, LHP, Stockbridge HS (Georgia)
No. 99: Tampa Bay Rays -- Shane Sasaki, CF, Iolani HS (Hawaii)
No. 100: Colorado Rockies -- Jacob Wallace, RHP, Connecticut
No. 101: Cleveland Indians -- Joseph Naranjo, 1B, Rueben S. Ayala HS (California)
No. 102: Los Angeles Dodgers -- Ryan Pepiot, RHP, Butler
No. 103: Chicago Cubs -- Michael McAvene, RHP, Louisville
No. 104: Oakland Athletics -- Marcus Smith, CF, Pembroke Hill HS (Missouri)
No. 105: New York Yankees -- Jacob Sanford, CF, Western Kentucky
No. 106: Houston Astros -- Jordan Brewer, CF, Michigan
No. 107: Boston Red Sox -- Ryan Zeferjahn, RHP, Kansas

Round 4 results
No. 108: Baltimore Orioles -- Joseph Ortiz, SS, New Mexico State
No. 109: Kansas City Royals -- Michael Massey, 2B, Illinois
No. 110: Chicago White Sox -- James Beard, CF, Loyd Star HS (Mississippi)
No. 111: Miami Marlins -- Evan Edwards, 1B, North Carolina State
No. 112: Detroit Tigers -- Ryan Kriedler, SS, UCLA
No. 113: San Diego Padres -- Matt Brash, RHP, Niagara
No. 114: Cincinnati Reds -- Ivan Johnson, 2B, Chipola College (Florida)
No. 115: Texas Rangers -- Cody Freeman, SS, Etiwanda HS (California)
No. 116: San Francisco Giants -- Tyler Fitzgerald, SS, Louisville
No. 117: Toronto Blue Jays -- Will Robertson, RF, Creighton
No. 118: New York Mets -- Jake Mangum, CF, Mississippi State
No. 119: Minnesota Twins -- Seth Gray, 3B, Wright State
No. 120: Philadelphia Phillies -- Erik Miller, LHP, Stanford
No. 121: Los Angeles Angels -- Erik Rivera, LHP, Puerto Rico Baseball Academy
No. 122: Arizona Diamondbacks -- Glenallen Hill Jr., SS, Santa Cruz HS (California)
No. 123: Washington Nationals -- Matt Cronin, LHP, Arkansas
No. 124: Pittsburgh Pirates -- J.C. Flowers, RHP, Florida State
No. 125: St. Louis Cardinals -- Andre Pallante, RHP, UC Irvine
No. 126: Seattle Mariners -- Tim Elliott, RHP, Georgia
No. 127: Atlanta Braves -- Kasey Kalich, RHP, Texas A&M
No. 128: Tampa Bay Rays -- Graeme Stinson, LHP, Duke
No. 129: Colorado Rockies -- Brenton Doyle, RF, Shepherd University
No. 130: Cleveland Indians -- Christian Cairo, SS, Calvary Christian HS (Florida)
No. 131: Los Angeles Dodgers -- Brandon Lewis, 3B, UC Irvine
No. 132: Chicago Cubs -- Chris Clarke, RHP, USC
No. 133: Milwaukee Brewers -- Nick Kahle, C, Washington
No. 134: Oakland Athletics -- Kyle McCann, C, Georgia Tech
No. 135: New York Yankees -- Jake Agnos, LHP, East Carolina
No. 136: Houston Astros -- Colin Barber, CF, Pleasant Valley HS (California)
No. 137: Boston Red Sox -- Noah Song, RHP, Navy

Round 5 results
No. 138: Baltimore Orioles -- Darrell Hernaiz, SS, Americas HS (Texas)
No. 139: Kansas City Royals -- John Rave, CF, Illinois State
No. 140: Chicago White Sox -- Dan Metzdorf, LHP, Boston College
No. 141: Miami Marlins -- Evan Fitterer, RHP, Aliso Niguel HS (California)
No. 142: Detroit Tigers -- Bryant Packard, LF, East Carolina
No. 143: San Diego Padres -- Chris Lincoln, RHP, UC Santa Barbara
No. 144: Cincinnati Reds -- Evan Kravetz, LHP, Rice
No. 145: Texas Rangers -- Kellen Strahm, CF, San Jose State
No. 146: San Francisco Giants -- Garrett Frechette, 1B, Orange Lutheran HS (California)
No. 147: Toronto Blue Jays -- Tanner Morris, SS, Virginia
No. 148: New York Mets -- Nathan Jones, RHP, Northwestern State
No. 149: Minnesota Twins -- Will Holland, SS, Auburn
No. 150: Philadelphia Phillies -- Gunner Mayer, RHP, San Joaquin Delta College (California)
No. 151: Los Angeles Angels -- Garrett Stallings, RHP, Tennessee
No. 152: Arizona Diamondbacks -- Conor Grammes, RHP, Xavier
No. 153: Washington Nationals -- Tyler Dyson, RHP, Florida
No. 154: Pittsburgh Pirates -- Grant Ford, RHP, Nevada
No. 155: St. Louis Cardinals -- Connor Thomas, LHP, Georgia Tech
No. 156: Seattle Mariners -- Austin Shenton, 3B, Florida International
No. 157: Atlanta Braves -- Stephen Paolini, CF, St. Josephs School (Connecticut)
No. 158: Tampa Bay Rays -- Ben Brecht, LHP, UC Santa Barbara
No. 159: Colorado Rockies -- Will Ethridge, RHP, Ole Miss
No. 160: Cleveland Indians -- Hunter Gaddis, RHP, Georgia State
No. 161: Los Angeles Dodgers -- Jack Little, RHP, Stanford
No. 162: Chicago Cubs -- Josh Burgmann, RHP, Washington
No. 163: Milwaukee Brewers -- Thomas Dillard, C, Ole Miss
No. 164: Oakland Athletics -- Jalen Greer, SS, St. Rita HS (Illinois)
No. 165: New York Yankees -- Ken Waldichuk, LHP, St Marys
No. 166: Houston Astros -- Hunter Brown, RHP, Wayne State
No. 167: Boston Red Sox -- Jaxx Groshans, C, Kansas

Round 6 results
No. 168: Baltimore Orioles -- Maverick Handley, C, Stanford
No. 169: Kansas City Royals -- Dante Biasi, LHP, Penn State
No. 170: Chicago White Sox -- Avery Weems, LHP, Arizona
No. 171: Miami Marlins -- MD Johnson, RHP, Dallas Baptist
No. 172: Detroit Tigers -- Cooper Johnson, C, Ole Miss
No. 173: San Diego Padres -- Drake Fellows, RHP, Vanderbilt
No. 174: Cincinnati Reds -- Graham Ashcraft, RHP, UAB
No. 175: Texas Rangers -- Cody Bradford, LHP, Baylor
No. 176: San Francisco Giants -- Dilan Rosario, SS, Colegio Marista HS (Puerto Rico)
No. 177: Toronto Blue Jays -- Cameron Eden, SS, California
No. 178: New York Mets -- Zach Ashford, CF, Fresno State
No. 179: Minnesota Twins Sawyer -- Gipson, RHP, Mercer
No. 180: Philadelphia Phillies -- Andrew Schultz, RHP, Tennessee
No. 181: Los Angeles Angels -- Zach Peek, RHP, Winthrop
No. 182: Arizona Diamondbacks -- Andrew Saalfrank, LHP, Indiana
No. 183: Washington Nationals -- Jackson Cluff, SS, BYU
No. 184: Pittsburgh Pirates -- Will Matthiesen, RHP, Stanford
No. 185: St. Louis Cardinals -- Pedro Pages, C, Florida Atlantic
No. 186: Seattle Mariners -- Michael Limoncelli, RHP, Horseheads HS (New York)
No. 187: Atlanta Braves -- Tanner Gordon, RHP, Indiana
No. 188: Tampa Bay Rays -- Colby White, RHP, Mississippi State
No. 189: Colorado Rockies -- Gavin Hollowell, RHP, St. John's
No. 190: Cleveland Indians -- Jordan Brown, SS, Junipero Serra HS (California)
No. 191: Los Angeles Dodgers -- Aaron Ochsenbein, RHP, Eastern Kentucky
No. 192: Chicago Cubs -- Ethan Hearn, C, Mobile Christian School (Alabama)
No. 193: Milwaukee Brewers -- Nick Bennett, LHP, Louisville
No. 194: Oakland Athletics -- Seth Shuman, RHP, Georgia Southern
No. 195: New York Yankees -- Hayden Wesneski, RHP, Sam Houston State
No. 196: Houston Astros -- Matthew Barefoot, CF, Campbell
No. 197: Boston Red Sox -- Chris Murphy, LHP, San Diego

Round 7 results
No. 198: Baltimore Orioles -- Johnny Rizer, OF, TCU
No. 199: Kansas City Royals -- Noah Murdock, RHP, Virginia
No. 200: Chicago White Sox -- Karan Patel, RHP, UT San Antonio
No. 201: Miami Marlins Bryan -- Hoeing, RHP, Louisville
No. 202: Detroit Tigers -- Zach Hess, RHP, LSU
No. 203: San Diego Padres -- Connor Lehmann, RHP, Saint Louis
No. 204: Cincinnati Reds -- Eric Yang, C, UC Santa Barbara
No. 205: Texas Rangers -- Brandon Sproat, RHP, Pace HS (Florida)
No. 206: San Francisco Giants -- Armani Smith, LF, UC Santa Barbara
No. 207: Toronto Blue Jays -- L.J. Talley, 2B, Georgia
No. 208: New York Mets -- Luke Ritter, 2B, Wichita State
No. 209: Minnesota Twins -- Anthony Prato, SS, Connecticut
No. 210: Philadelphia Phillies -- Brett Schulze, RHP, Minnesota
No. 211: Los Angeles Angels -- Davis Daniel, RHP, Auburn
No. 212: Arizona Diamondbacks -- Spencer Brickhouse, 1B, East Carolina
No. 213: Washington Nationals -- Todd Peterson, RHP, LSU
No. 214: Pittsburgh Pirates -- Blake Sabol, C, USC
No. 215: St. Louis Cardinals -- Jack Ralston, RHP, UCLA
No. 216: Seattle Mariners -- Adam Macko, LHP, Vauxhall HS (Alberta, Canada)
No. 217: Atlanta Braves -- Darius Vines, RHP, CSU Bakersfield
No. 218: Tampa Bay Rays -- Jake Guenther, 1B, TCU
No. 219: Colorado Rockies -- Jared Horn, RHP, California
No. 220: Cleveland Indians -- Xzavion Curry, RHP, Georgia Tech
No. 221: Los Angeles Dodgers -- Nick Robertson, RHP, James Madison
No. 222: Chicago Cubs -- Brad Deppermann, RHP, North Florida
No. 223: Milwaukee Brewers -- Gabe Holt, CF, Texas Tech
No. 224: Oakland Athletics -- Drew Millas, C ,Missouri State
No. 225: New York Yankees -- Nick Paciorek, RHP, Northwestern
No. 226: Houston Astros -- Blair Henley, RHP, Texas
No. 227: Boston Red Sox -- Brock Bell, RHP, State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota

Round 8 results
No. 228: Baltimore Orioles -- Griffin McLarty, RHP, College of Charleston
No. 229: Kansas City Royals -- Drew Parrish, LHP, Florida State
No. 230: Chicago White Sox -- Ivan Gonzalez, C, West Virginia
No. 231: Miami Marlins -- Tevin Mitchell, RF, UC Santa Barbara
No. 232: Detroit Tigers -- Jack Kenley, SS, Arkansas
No. 233: San Diego Padres -- Andrew Mitchel, LHP, San Jose State
No. 234: Cincinnati Reds -- Quin Cotton, CF, Grand Canyon
No. 235: Texas Rangers -- John Matthews, RHP, Kent State
No. 236: San Francisco Giants -- Caleb Killian, RHP, Texas Tech
No. 237: Toronto Blue Jays -- Angel Camacho, 3B, Jacksonville
No. 238: New York Mets -- Conner Wollersheim, LHP, Kent State
No. 239: Minnesota Twins -- Casey Legumina, RHP, Gonzaga
No. 240: Philadelphia Phillies -- Nate Fassnacht, SS, George Washington
No. 241: Los Angeles Angels -- Kyle Brnovich, RHP, Elon
No. 242: Arizona Diamondbacks -- Dominic Canzone, OF, Ohio State
No. 243: Washington Nationals -- Jeremy Ydens, OF, UCLA
No. 244: Pittsburgh Pirates -- Austin Roberts, RHP, Sacramento State
No. 245: St. Louis Cardinals -- Logan Gragg, RHP, Oklahoma State
No. 246: Seattle Mariners -- Ty Adcock, RHP, Elon
No. 247: Atlanta Braves -- Ricky DeVito, RHP, Seton Hall
No. 248: Tampa Bay Rays -- Nathan Wiles, RHP, Oklahoma
No. 249: Colorado Rockies -- Jacob Kostyshock, RHP, Arkansas
No. 250: Cleveland Indians -- Will Brennan, CF, Kansas State
No. 251: Los Angeles Dodgers -- Ryan Ward, LF, Bryant
No. 252: Chicago Cubs -- Davidjohn Herz, LHP, Terry Sanford HS (NC)
No. 253: Milwaukee Brewers -- David Hamilton, SS, Texas
No. 254: Oakland Athletics -- Jose Dicochea, RHP, Sahuarita HS (AZ)
No. 255: New York Yankees -- Zach Greene, RHP, South Alabama
No. 256: Houston Astros -- Luis Guerrero, CF, Miami Dade College
No. 257: Boston Red Sox -- Wil Dalton, CF, Florida

Round 9 results
No. 258: Baltimore Orioles -- Connor Gillispie, RHP, Virginia
No. 259: Kansas City Royals -- Clay Dungan, SS, Indiana State
No. 260: Chicago White Sox -- Tyson Messer, RHP, Campbell
No. 261: Miami Marlins -- Evan Brabrand, RHP, Liberty
No. 262: Detroit Tigers -- Austin Bergner, RHP, North Carolina
No. 263: San Diego Padres -- Jason Blanchard, LHP, Lamar
No. 264: Cincinnati Reds -- TJ Hopkins, CF, South Carolina
No. 265: Texas Rangers -- Zak Kent, RHP, VMI
No. 266: San Francisco Giants -- Simon Whiteman, SS, Yale
No. 267: Toronto Blue Jays -- Philip Clarke, C, Vanderbilt
No. 268: New York Mets -- Joe Genord, 1B, South Florida
No. 269: Minnesota Twins -- Brent Headrick, LHP, Illinois State
No. 270: Philadelphia Phillies -- Rudy Rott, 1B, Ohio
No. 271: Los Angeles Angels -- Zach Linginfelter, RHP, Tennessee
No. 272: Arizona Diamondbacks -- Bobby Ay, RHP, Cal Poly
No. 273: Washington Nationals -- Hunter McMahon, RHP, Texas State
No. 274: Pittsburgh Pirates -- Ethan Paul, SS, Vanderbilt
No. 275: St. Louis Cardinals -- Todd Lott, CF, Louisiana-Lafayette
No. 276: Seattle Mariners -- Mike Salvatore, SS, Florida State
No. 277: Atlanta Braves -- Cody Milligan, 2B, Cowley County College
No. 278: Tampa Bay Rays -- Evan McKendry, RHP, Miami (FL)
No. 279: Colorado Rockies -- Isaac Collins, 2B, Creighton
No. 280: Cleveland Indians -- Will Bartlett, C, IMG Academy
No. 281: Los Angeles Dodgers -- Alec Gamboa, LHP, Fresno CC
No. 282: Chicago Cubs -- Tyler Schlaffer, RHP, Homewood Flossmoor HS (IL)
No. 283: Milwaukee Brewers -- Darrien Miller, RHP, Clovis HS (CA)
No. 284: Oakland Athletics -- Colin Peluse, RHP, Wake Forest
No. 285: New York Yankees -- Spencer Henson, 1B, Oral Roberts
No. 286: Houston Astros -- Peyton Battenfield, RHP, Oklahoma State
No. 287: Boston Red Sox -- Cody Scroggins, RHP, Arkansas

Round 10 results
No. 288: Baltimore Orioles -- Jordan Cannon, C, Sam Houston State
No. 289: Kansas City Royals -- Anthony Veneziano, LHP, Coastal Carolina
No. 290: Chicago White Sox -- Nate Pawelczyk, RHP, Winthrop
No. 291: Miami Marlins -- J.D. Orr, CF, Wright State
No. 292: Detroit Tigers -- Jake Holton, 1B, Creighton
No. 293: San Diego Padres -- Ethan Elliott, LHP, Lincoln Memorial
No. 294: Cincinnati Reds -- Jake Stevenson, RHP, Minnesota
No. 295: Texas Rangers -- Joe Corbett, RHP, West Texas A&M
No. 296: San Francisco Giants -- Jeff Houghtby, SS, San Diego
No. 297: Toronto Blue Jays -- Glenn Santiago, SS, International Baseball Academy
No. 298: New York Mets -- Scott Ota, RF, Illinois-Chicago
No. 299: Minnesota Twins -- Ben Gross, RHP, Duke
No. 300: Philadelphia Phillies -- McCarthy Tatum, 3B, Fresno State
No. 301: Los Angeles Angels -- Chad Sykes, RHP, UNC Greensboro '
No. 302: Arizona Diamondbacks -- Oscar Santos, C, PJ Education School
No. 303: Washington Nationals -- Andrew Pratt, C, Lubbock Christian (Texas)
No. 304: Pittsburgh Pirates -- Cameron Junker, RHP, Notre Dame
No. 305: St. Louis Cardinals -- Jake Sommers, LHP, Wisconsin-Milwaukee
No. 306: Seattle Mariners -- Kyle Hill, RHP, Baylor
No. 307: Atlanta Braves -- Brandon Parker, RF, Mississippi Gulf Coast
No. 308: Tampa Bay Rays -- Jonathan Embry, C, Liberty
No. 309: Colorado Rockies -- Jack Yalowitz, CF, Illinois
No. 310: Cleveland Indians -- Zach Hart, RHP, Franklin Pierce
No. 311: Los Angeles Dodgers -- Zac Ching, SS, VCU
No. 312: Chicago Cubs -- Wyatt Hendrie, C, Antelope Valley College
No. 313: Milwaukee Brewers -- Taylor Floyd, RHP, Texas Tech
No. 314: Oakland Athletics -- Patrick McColl, 1B, Harvard
No. 315: New York Yankees -- Mitch Spence, RHP, South Carolina-Aiken
No. 316: Houston Astros -- C.J. Stubbs, RHP, USC
No. 317: Boston Red Sox -- Stephen Scott, OF, Vanderbilt

Wednesday, Rounds 11-40 take place, starting at noon ET and there is no time between selections. Teams make their picks through a rapid-fire conference call. 

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