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2018 Major League Baseball draft

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2018 Major League Baseball draft
2018 MLB draft logo.svg
General information
Date(s)June 4–6, 2018
LocationSecaucus, New Jersey
Network(s)MLB Network
Overview
1,214 total selections
First selectionCasey Mize
Detroit Tigers
First round selections43
← 2017
2019 →

The 2018 Major League Baseball (MLB) First-Year Player Draft began on June 4, 2018. The draft assigned amateur baseball players to MLB teams. The draft order was determined based on the reverse order of the 2017 MLB season final standings. In addition, compensation picks were distributed for players who did not sign from the 2017 MLB Draft and for teams who lose qualifying free agents.[1] The first 43 picks, including the first round and compensatory picks, were broadcast by MLB Network on June 4. The remainder of the draft was streamed on MLB.com on June 5 and 6.[2]

With a tie for the worst record in the 2017 MLB season at 64–98, the Detroit Tigers received the first overall pick ahead of the San Francisco Giants via a tiebreaker.[3] The Detroit Tigers selected Casey Mize with the first overall pick in the draft.[4] There were a total of 40 rounds in the draft, with 1,214 players selected.

On September 9, 2019, the Chicago Cubs promoted Nico Hoerner to the big leagues, making him the first player to reach the MLB in this draft.[5][6]

First round selections

Key
* Player did not sign
Pick Player Team Position School
1 Casey Mize Detroit Tigers Pitcher Auburn
2 Joey Bart San Francisco Giants Catcher Georgia Tech
3 Alec Bohm Philadelphia Phillies Third baseman Wichita State
4 Nick Madrigal Chicago White Sox Shortstop Oregon State
5 Jonathan India Cincinnati Reds Third baseman Florida
6 Jarred Kelenic New York Mets Outfielder Waukesha West High School (WI)
7 Ryan Weathers San Diego Padres Pitcher Loretto High School (TN)
8 Carter Stewart* Atlanta Braves Pitcher Eau Gallie High School (FL)
9 Kyler Murray Oakland Athletics Outfielder Oklahoma
10 Travis Swaggerty Pittsburgh Pirates Outfielder South Alabama
11 Grayson Rodriguez Baltimore Orioles Pitcher Central Heights High School (TX)
12 Jordan Groshans Toronto Blue Jays Shortstop Magnolia High School (TX)
13 Connor Scott Miami Marlins Outfielder Plant High School (FL)
14 Logan Gilbert Seattle Mariners Pitcher Stetson
15 Cole Winn Texas Rangers Pitcher Orange Lutheran High School (CA)
16 Matthew Liberatore Tampa Bay Rays Pitcher Mountain Ridge High School (AZ)
17 Jordyn Adams Los Angeles Angels Outfielder Green Hope High School (NC)
18 Brady Singer Kansas City Royals Pitcher Florida
19 Nolan Gorman St. Louis Cardinals Third baseman Sandra Day O'Connor High School (AZ)
20 Trevor Larnach Minnesota Twins Outfielder Oregon State
21 Brice Turang Milwaukee Brewers Shortstop Santiago High School (CA)
22 Ryan Rolison Colorado Rockies Pitcher Ole Miss
23 Anthony Seigler New York Yankees Catcher Cartersville High School (GA)
24 Nico Hoerner Chicago Cubs Shortstop Stanford
25 Matt McLain* Arizona Diamondbacks Shortstop Beckman High School (CA)
26 Triston Casas Boston Red Sox Infielder American Heritage School (FL)
27 Mason Denaburg Washington Nationals Pitcher Merritt Island High School (FL)
28 Seth Beer Houston Astros Outfielder Clemson
29 Noah Naylor Cleveland Indians Catcher St. Joan of Arc Catholic Secondary School (ON)
30 J. T. Ginn* Los Angeles Dodgers Pitcher Brandon High School (MS)

Compensatory Round

Pick Player Team Position School
31 Shane McClanahan Tampa Bay Rays[Compensation 1] Pitcher South Florida
32 Nick Schnell Tampa Bay Rays[Compensation 2] Outfielder Roncalli High School (IN)
33 Jackson Kowar Kansas City Royals[Compensation 3] Pitcher Florida
34 Daniel Lynch Kansas City Royals[Compensation 4] Pitcher Virginia
35 Ethan Hankins Cleveland Indians[Compensation 5] Pitcher Forsyth Central High School (GA)

Competitive Balance Round A

Pick Player Team Position School
36 Gunnar Hoglund* Pittsburgh Pirates Pitcher Fivay High School (FL)
37 Cadyn Grenier Baltimore Orioles Shortstop Oregon State
38 Xavier Edwards San Diego Padres Shortstop North Broward Preparatory School (FL)
39 Jake McCarthy Arizona Diamondbacks Outfielder Virginia
40 Kris Bubic Kansas City Royals Pitcher Stanford
41 Lenny Torres Cleveland Indians Pitcher Beacon High School (NY)
42 Grant Lavigne Colorado Rockies First baseman Bedford High School (NH)
43 Griffin Roberts St. Louis Cardinals Pitcher Wake Forest

Other notable selections

Round Pick Player Team Position School
2 44 Parker Meadows Detroit Tigers Outfielder Grayson High School (GA)
2 45 Sean Hjelle San Francisco Giants Pitcher Kentucky
2 46 Steele Walker Chicago White Sox Outfielder Oklahoma
2 47 Lyon Richardson Cincinnati Reds Pitcher Jensen Beach High School (FL)
2 48 Simeon Woods Richardson New York Mets Pitcher Kempner High School (TX)
2 49 Greyson Jenista Atlanta Braves Outfielder Wichita State
2 50 Jameson Hannah Oakland Athletics Outfielder Dallas Baptist
2 52 Griffin Conine Toronto Blue Jays Outfielder Duke
2 54 Josh Stowers Seattle Mariners Outfielder Louisville
2 55 Owen White Texas Rangers Pitcher Jesse C. Carson High School (NC)
2 56 Tyler Frank Tampa Bay Rays Second baseman FAU
2 57 Jeremiah Jackson Los Angeles Angels Shortstop St. Luke's Episcopal School (AL)
2 58 Jonathan Bowlan Kansas City Royals Pitcher Memphis
2 59 Ryan Jeffers Minnesota Twins Catcher UNC Wilmington
2 60 Joe Gray Jr. Milwaukee Brewers Outfielder Hattiesburg High School (MS)
2 61 Josh Breaux New York Yankees Catcher McLennan CC
2 62 Brennen Davis Chicago Cubs Outfielder Basha High School (AZ)
2 63 Alek Thomas Arizona Diamondbacks Outfielder Mount Carmel High School (IL)
2 65 Tim Cate Washington Nationals Pitcher Connecticut
2 67 Nick Sandlin Cleveland Indians Pitcher Southern Miss
2 68 Michael Grove Los Angeles Dodgers Pitcher West Virginia
B 70 Jeremy Eierman Oakland Athletics Shortstop Missouri State
B 71 Tanner Dodson Tampa Bay Rays Outfielder California
B 72 Josiah Gray Cincinnati Reds Pitcher Le Moyne College
2C 75 Luken Baker St. Louis Cardinals[Compensation 6] First baseman Texas Christian
2C 77 Cole Roederer Chicago Cubs Outfielder William S. Hart High School (CA)
C 78 Paul Richan Chicago Cubs Pitcher San Diego
3 79 Kody Clemens Detroit Tigers Second baseman Texas
3 80 Jake Wong San Francisco Giants Pitcher Grand Canyon
3 81 Konnor Pilkington Chicago White Sox Pitcher Mississippi State
3 82 Bren Spillane Cincinnati Reds Outfielder Illinois
3 83 Carlos Cortes New York Mets Second baseman South Carolina
3 84 Owen Miller San Diego Padres Shortstop Illinois State
3 85 Hogan Harris Oakland Athletics Pitcher Louisiana
3 87 Blaine Knight Baltimore Orioles Pitcher Arkansas
3 88 Adam Kloffenstein Toronto Blue Jays Pitcher Magnolia High School (TX)
3 89 Tristan Pompey Miami Marlins Outfielder Kentucky
3 90 Cal Raleigh Seattle Mariners Catcher Florida State
3 92 Ford Proctor Tampa Bay Rays Catcher Rice
3 94 Kyle Isbel Kansas City Royals Center fielder UNLV
3 95 Mateo Gil St. Louis Cardinals Shortstop Timber Creek High School (TX)
3 96 Terrin Vavra Colorado Rockies Second baseman Minnesota
3 100 Durbin Feltman Boston Red Sox Pitcher TCU
3 102 Jeremy Peña Houston Astros Shortstop Maine
3 103 Richie Palacios Cleveland Indians Second baseman Towson
4 107 Colton Eastman Philadelphia Phillies Pitcher Cal State Fullerton
4 110 Adam Hill New York Mets Pitcher South Carolina
4 111 Dylan Coleman San Diego Padres Pitcher Missouri State
4 112 Tristan Beck Atlanta Braves Pitcher Stanford
4 113 Alfonso Rivas Oakland Athletics First baseman Arizona
4 115 Drew Rom Baltimore Orioles Pitcher Highlands High School (KY)
4 118 Michael Plassmeyer Seattle Mariners Pitcher Missouri
4 121 Kyle Bradish Los Angeles Angels Pitcher New Mexico State
4 123 Steven Gingery St. Louis Cardinals Pitcher Texas Tech
4 125 Aaron Ashby Milwaukee Brewers Pitcher Crowder College
4 126 Ryan Feltner Colorado Rockies Pitcher Ohio State
4 128 Ethan Roberts Chicago Cubs Pitcher Tennessee Tech
4 129 Ryan Weiss Arizona Diamondbacks Pitcher Wright State
4 132 Alex McKenna Houston Astros Outfielder Cal Poly
5 137 Matt Vierling Philadelphia Phillies Outfielder Notre Dame
5 138 Jonathan Stiever Chicago White Sox Pitcher Indiana
5 140 Ryley Gilliam New York Mets Pitcher Clemson
5 145 Robert Neustrom Baltimore Orioles Outfielder Iowa
5 147 Chris Vallimont Miami Marlins Pitcher Mercyhurst College
5 150 Taj Bradley Tampa Bay Rays Pitcher Redan High School (GA)
5 152 Austin Cox Kansas City Royals Pitcher Mercer
5 154 Cole Sands Minnesota Twins Pitcher Florida State
5 156 Jake Bird Colorado Rockies Pitcher UCLA
5 160 Thad Ward Boston Red Sox Pitcher UCF
5 163 Steven Kwan Cleveland Indians Outfielder Oregon State
5 164 Devin Mann Los Angeles Dodgers Second baseman Louisville
6 168 Codi Heuer Chicago White Sox Pitcher Wichita State
6 185 Drew Rasmussen Milwaukee Brewers Pitcher Oregon State
6 186 Niko Decolati Colorado Rockies Outfielder Loyola Marymount
6 188 Kohl Franklin Chicago Cubs Pitcher Broken Arrow High School (OK)
7 200 Kevin Smith New York Mets Pitcher Georgia
7 202 Brooks Wilson Atlanta Braves Pitcher Stetson
7 210 Joe Ryan Tampa Bay Rays Pitcher Stanislaus State
7 213 Brendan Donovan St. Louis Cardinals Second baseman South Alabama
7 214 Josh Winder Minnesota Twins Pitcher Virginia Military Institute
7 220 Jarren Duran Boston Red Sox Outfielder Long Beach State
7 224 James Outman Los Angeles Dodgers Outfielder Sacramento State
8 230 Tylor Megill New York Mets Pitcher Arizona
8 231 Steven Wilson San Diego Padres Pitcher Santa Clara
8 233 J. J. Schwarz Oakland Athletics Catcher Florida
8 238 Joey Gerber Seattle Mariners Pitcher Illinois
8 243 Lars Nootbaar St. Louis Cardinals Outfielder USC
8 249 Levi Kelly Arizona Diamondbacks Pitcher IMG Academy (FL)
9 255 Tarik Skubal Detroit Tigers Pitcher Seattle
9 255 Willie MacIver Colorado Rockies Catcher Washington
11 342 Brett Conine Houston Astros Pitcher Cal State Fullerton
12 365 Korry Howell Milwaukee Brewers Outfielder Kirkwood CC
12 370 Chase Shugart Boston Red Sox Pitcher Texas
13 378 Jason Bilous Chicago White Sox Pitcher Coastal Carolina
14 429 Josh Green Arizona Diamondbacks Pitcher Southeastern Louisiana
16 493 Ruben Cardenas Cleveland Indians Outfielder Cal State Fullerton Titans
17 507 Alex Vesia Miami Marlins Pitcher Cal State East Bay
20 601 Kyle Tyler Los Angeles Angels Pitcher Oklahoma
22 667 Keegan Curtis New York Yankees Pitcher Louisiana–Monroe
32 950 Jake Mangum* New York Mets Outfielder Mississippi State
32 952 Trey Harris Atlanta Braves Outfielder Missouri
32 969 Austin Bergner* Arizona Diamondbacks Pitcher North Carolina
37 1121 Cole Wilcox* Washington Nationals Pitcher Heritage High School (GA)
38 1146 Kumar Rocker* Colorado Rockies Pitcher North Oconee High School (GA)
39 1169 Shea Patterson Texas Rangers Third baseman Michigan
40 1210 Zach Watson* Boston Red Sox Outfielder LSU

Notes

Compensation picks
  1. ^ Compensation pick for the Baltimore Orioles signing Alex Cobb[7]
  2. ^ Compensation pick for failing to sign Drew Rasmussen in the 2017 draft[8]
  3. ^ Compensation pick for the Milwaukee Brewers signing Lorenzo Cain[9]
  4. ^ Compensation pick for the San Diego Padres signing Eric Hosmer[9]
  5. ^ Compensation pick for the Philadelphia Phillies signing Carlos Santana[10]
  6. ^ Compensation pick for the Minnesota Twins signing Lance Lynn[11]

References

  1. ^ Tayler, Jon (November 7, 2017). "MLB's New Free Agent Compensation Rules Are Incredibly Complicated, So Let's Break Them Down". Sports Illustrated.
  2. ^ Kelly, Matt (June 4, 2018). "How to watch the 2018 MLB Draft on June 4-6". MLB.com. Retrieved March 7, 2020.
  3. ^ Beck, Jason (October 1, 2017). "Tigers will pick first in 2018 Draft". MLB.com. Retrieved March 7, 2020.
  4. ^ "Tigers draft Auburn right-hander Casey Mize with No. 1 pick". ESPN.com. Associated Press. June 5, 2018. Retrieved June 7, 2018.
  5. ^ Dykstra, Sam (September 9, 2019). "Cubs bringing up Hoerner from Smokies". MiLB.com. Retrieved March 7, 2020.
  6. ^ Bastian, Jordan; O'Neill, Shaun (September 10, 2019). "Cubs prospect Nico Hoerner called up". MLB.com. Retrieved March 7, 2020.
  7. ^ Russell, Daniel (March 20, 2018). "Alex Cobb signs with Orioles, Rays gain first round draft pick as compensation". DRaysBay. Retrieved July 8, 2018.
  8. ^ jtmorgan (June 4, 2018). "The Rays have the second largest draft pool in 2018". DRaysBay. Retrieved July 8, 2018.
  9. ^ a b Flanagan, Jeffrey (May 24, 2018). "Royals to receive Draft picks for Hosmer, Cain". MLB.com. Retrieved July 8, 2018.
  10. ^ Schlichting, Matt (December 15, 2017). "Carlos Santana signs three-year deal with Phillies - Let's Go Tribe". Letsgotribe.com. Retrieved July 8, 2018.
  11. ^ Press release. "Cardinals take high school 3B in 1st round of MLB draft | KTLO LLC". Ktlo.com. Retrieved July 8, 2018.

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