MLB Draft 2018: Order of picks, top prospects, how to watch live

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The 2018 MLB Draft takes place from June four-6 in Secaucus, N.J. The Detroit Tigers, who completed 2017 with a league-worst document of sixty four-ninety eight, will make the primary choice on this yr’s draft.

This is the complete order of picks for the 2018 MLB Draft, in addition to some of the top prospects to watch. 

MORE: MLB mock draft 

2018 MLB Draft order 

Spherical 1

Decide Staff
1 Detroit Tigers
2 San Francisco Giants
three Philadelphia Phillies
four Chicago White Sox
5 Cincinnati Reds
6 New York Mets
7 San Diego Padres
eight Atlanta Braves
9 Oakland Athletics
10 Pittsburgh Pirates
eleven Baltimore Orioles
12 Toronto Blue Jays
thirteen Miami Marlins
14 Seattle Mariners
15 Texas Rangers
sixteen Tampa Bay Rays
17 Los Angeles Angels
18 Kansas Metropolis Royals
19 St. Louis Cardinals
20 Minnesota Twins
21 Milwaukee Brewers
22 Colorado Rockies
23 New York Yankees
24 Chicago Cubs
25 Arizona Diamondbacks
26 Boston Purple Sox
27 Washington Nationals
28 Houston Astros
29 Cleveland Indians
30 Los Angeles Dodgers
31 Kansas Metropolis Royals*
32 Tampa Bay Rays*
33 Cleveland Indians*

(Picks 31-33 of the primary spherical are compensatory draft choices.)

The order for the rest of the draft might be discovered right here.

MLB Draft prospects

In accordance to MLB Pipeline’s prospect watch, Florida’s RHP Brady Singer is the top general draft prospect in 2018. Different notable prospects on this yr’s draft embrace South Florida’s Shane McClanahan and excessive schoolers Ethan Hankins, Matthew Liberatore and Nolan Gorman.

Listed here are 35 names to know forward of this yr’s draft.

Prospect   Pos.   Age   Faculty
Luken Baker   1B   20   Texas Christian
Will Banfield   C   18   Brookwood (GA) HS
Joey Bart   C   21   Georgia Tech
Seth Beer   1B   21   Clemson
Alec Bohm   3B   21   Wichita State
Tim Cate   LHP   20   Connecticut
Griffin Conine   OF   20   Duke
Nander De Sedas   SS   18   Montverde (FL) Academy
Mason Denaburg   RHP   18   Merritt Island (FL) HS
Jeremy Eierman   SS   21   Missouri State
Logan Gilbert   RHP   20   Stetson
Nolan Gorman   3B   17   O’Connor (AZ) HS
Ethan Hankins   RHP   17   Forsyth Central (GA) HS
Sean Hjelle   RHP   20   Kentucky
Greyson Jenista   OF   21   Wichita State
Jarred Kelenic   OF   18   Waukesha West (WI) HS
Jackson Kowar   RHP   21   Florida
Matthew Liberatore   LHP   18   Mountain Ridge (AZ) HS
Nick Madrigal   2B/SS   20   Oregon State
Shane McClanahan   LHP   20   South Florida
Casey Mize   RHP   20   Auburn
Konnor Pilkington   LHP   20   Mississippi State
Dominic Pipkin   RHP   18   Pinole Valley (CA) HS
Tristan Pompey   OF   20   Kentucky
Ethan Reed   RHP   18   Laguna Seashore (CA) HS
Kumar Rocker   RHP   17   North Oconee (GA) HS
Ryan Rolison   LHP   20   Mississippi
Mike Siani   OF   18   William Penn (PA) Constitution
Brady Singer   RHP   21   Florida
Carter Stewart   RHP/OF   18   Eau Gallie (FL) HS
Travis Swaggerty   OF   20   South Alabama
Brice Turang   SS   18   Santiago (CA) HS
Steele Walker   OF   21   Oklahoma
Ryan Weathers   LHP   18   Loretto (TN) HS
Cole Wilcox   RHP   18   Heritage (GA) HS

How to watch the 2018 MLB Draft live

Day 1 of the 2018 MLB Draft will air on MLB Community and be streamed on MLB.com. Days 2 and three of the draft won’t air on MLB Community, however will be streamed on MLB.com.