2010 Baseball Draft Order

BY foxsports • June 5, 2010

1. Washington Nationals

2. Pittsburgh Pirates

3. Baltimore Orioles

4. Kansas City Royals

5. Cleveland Indians

6. Arizona Diamondbacks

7. New York Mets

8. Houston Astros

9. San Diego Padres

10. Oakland Athletics

11. Toronto Blue Jays

12. Cincinnati Reds

13. Chicago White Sox

14. Milwaukee Brewers

15. Texas Rangers (unsigned pick Matt Purke)

16. Chicago Cubs

17. Tampa Bay Rays

18. Los Angeles Angels (from Mariners - Chone Figgins)

19. Houston Astros (from Tigers - Jose Valverde)

20. Boston Red Sox (from Braves - Billy Wagner)

21. Minnesota Twins

22. Texas Rangers

23. Florida Marlins

24. San Francisco Giants

25. St. Louis Cardinals

26. Colorado Rockies

27. Philadelphia Phillies

28. Los Angeles Dodgers

29. Los Angeles Angels (from Red Sox - John Lackey)

30. Los Angeles Angels

31. Tampa Bay Rays

32. New York Yankees

33. Houston Astros (Jose Valverde, Detroit)

34. Toronto Blue Jays (Marco Scutaro, Boston)

35. Atlanta Braves (Mike Gonzalez, Baltimore)

36. Boston Red Sox (Jason Bay, N.Y. Mets)

37. Los Angeles Angels (John Lackey, Boston)

38. Toronto Blue Jays (unsigned pick James Paxton)

39. Boston Red Sox (Billy Wagner, Atlanta)

40. Los Angeles Angels (Chone Figgins, Seattle)

41. Toronto Blue Jays (Rod Barajas, N.Y. Mets)

42. Tampa Bay Rays (Gregg Zaun, Milwaukee)

43. Seattle Mariners (Andrian Beltre, Boston)

44. Detroit Tigers (Brandon Lyon, Houston)

45. Texas Rangers (Marlon Byrd, Chicago Cubs)

46. St. Louis Cardinals (Mark DeRosa, San Francisco)

47. Colorado Rockies (Jason Marquis, Washington)

48. Detroit Tigers (Fernando Rodney, L.A. Angels)

49. Texas Rangers (Ivan Rodiriguez, Washington)

50. St. Louis Cardinals (Joel Pineiro, L.A. Angels)

51. Washington Nationals

52. Pittsburgh Pirates

53. Atlanta Braves (from Orioles - Mike Gonzalez)

54. Kansas City Royals

55. Cleveland Indians

56. Arizona Diamondbacks

57. Boston Red Sox (from Mets - Jason Bay)

58. Houston Astros

59. San Diego Padres

60. Oakland Athletics

61. Toronto Blue Jays

62. Cincinnati Reds

63. Chicago White Sox

64. Milwaukee Brewers

65. Chicago Cubs

66. Tampa Bay Rays

67. Seattle Mariners

68. Detroit Tigers

69. Toronto Blue Jays (unsigned pick Jake Eliopoulos)

70. Atlanta Braves

71. Minnesota Twins

72. Texas Rangers

73. Florida Marlins

74. San Francisco Giants

75. St. Louis Cardinals

76. Colorado Rockies

77. Philadelphia Phillies

78. Los Angeles Dodgers

79. Tampa Bay Rays (unsigned pick Kenneth Diekroeger)

80. Toronto Blue Jays (from Red Sox - Marco Scutaro)

81. Los Angeles Angels

82. New York Yankees

83. Washington Nationals

84. Pittsburgh Pirates

85. Baltimore Orioles

86. Kansas City Royals

87. Cleveland Indians

88. Arizona Diamondbacks

89. New York Mets

90. Houston Astros

91. San Diego Padres

92. Oakland Athletics

93. Toronto Blue Jays

94. Cincinnati Reds

95. Chicago White Sox

96. Milwaukee Brewers

97. Chicago Cubs

98. Tampa Bay Rays

99. Seattle Mariners

100. Detroit Tigers

101. Atlanta Braves

102. Minnesota Twins

103. Texas Rangers

104. Florida Marlins

105. San Francisco Giants

106. St. Louis Cardinals

107. Colorado Rockies

108. Philadelphia Phillies

109. Los Angeles Dodgers

110. Boston Red Sox

111. Los Angeles Angels

112. New York Yankees

113. Toronto Blue Jays

114. Chicago White Sox

115. Los Angeles Angels

116. Washington Nationals

117. Pittsburgh Pirates

118. Baltimore Orioles

119. Kansas City Royals

120. Cleveland Indians

121. Arizona Diamondbacks

122. New York Mets

123. Houston Astros

124. San Diego Padres

125. Oakland Athletics

126. Toronto Blue Jays

127. Cincinnati Reds

128. Chicago White Sox

129. Milwaukee Brewers

130. Chicago Cubs

131. Tampa Bay Rays

132. Seattle Mariners

133. Detroit Tigers

134. Atlanta Braves

135. Minnesota Twins

136. Texas Rangers

137. Florida Marlins

138. San Francisco Giants

139. St. Louis Cardinals

140. Colorado Rockies

141. Philadelphia Phillies

142. Los Angeles Dodgers

143. Boston Red Sox

144. Los Angeles Angels

145. New York Yankees

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The former Club of a Player who became a free agent and ranks as a Type A or B Player shall be entitled to receive compensation in the form of a Draft choice in the First-Year Player Draft succeeding the Player's election of free agency.

A Type A or B shall be a Player who became a free agent and ranks as a Type A or B Player under the statistical system of ranking Players set forth by the Elias Sports Bureau, using statistics based on a two-year average for each respective position group. Type A and Type B players necessitate that the Player's former Club receive a sandwich pick in between rounds one and two. Additional picks in the second, third and fourth rounds are exchanged from one club to another for the losses of Type A free agents.

Type A Players now rank in the upper 20% of his respective position group by the Basic Agreement, instead of the upper 30% as was stipulated in the previous collective bargaining agreement.

Type B Players now rank in the upper 40%, but not in the upper 20%, of his respective position group. Under the previous collective bargaining agreement, Type B Players ranked in the upper 50% not in the upper 30%. Before the most recent collective bargaining agreement took effect for the 2008 season, a Club would receive compensation for losing a Type C free agent. Under the new Basic Agreement, Type C free agents no longer call for a Draft pick as compensation.



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