Major League Baseball will conduct its 2020 amateur draft this week, with the five-round affair beginning on Wednesday, June 10 and concluding the next evening, on Thursday, June 11. Due to the spread of the novel coronavirus, the draft will be held virtually, rather than in-person and alongside the College World Series in Omaha, Nebraska.

The Detroit Tigers hold the No. 1 pick for the second time in three years, and for just the third time in franchise history. They're widely expected to use that selection on Arizona State University first baseman Spencer Torkelson, who has a chance to become a middle-of-the-order fixture sooner rather than later.

According to our top 50 rankings, the next four players off the board should be some combination of Vanderbilt star Austin Martin (No. 1), Texas A&M southpaw Asa Lacy (No. 3), Georgia right-hander Emerson Hancock (No. 4), and Minnesota right-hander Max Meyer (No. 5). You can see our complete top 50 by clicking here.

After that? Well, you might not know who picks when or where. We aim to be educational, so below you'll find the complete order for both, the first round. Do note that the Houston Astros had their first-round pick stripped by MLB as part of the punishment for improperly using technology to steal signs.

First-round draft order

  1. Detroit Tigers
  2. Baltimore Orioles
  3. Miami Marlins
  4. Kansas City Royals
  5. Toronto Blue Jays
  6. Seattle Mariners
  7. Pittsburgh Pirates
  8. San Diego Padres
  9. Colorado Rockies
  10. Los Angeles Angels
  11. Chicago White Sox
  12. Cincinnati Reds
  13. San Francisco Giants
  14. Texas Rangers
  15. Philadelphia Phillies
  16. Chicago Cubs
  17. Boston Red Sox
  18. Arizona Diamondbacks
  19. New York Mets
  20. Milwaukee Brewers
  21. St. Louis Cardinals
  22. Washington Nationals
  23. Cleveland
  24. Tampa Bay Rays
  25. Atlanta Braves
  26. Oakland Athletics
  27. Minnesota Twins
  28. New York Yankees
  29. Los Angeles Dodgers

You can check out Mike Axisa's final mock draft to get a feel for the latest rumors and rumblings surrounding those picks.