2018 MLB Draft Coverage

Looking for all the latest coverage of the 2018 MLB Draft? This section will provide you with all the latest as well as results of the first and second round as well as other notable selections during the draft. 

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2018 MLB Draft Order/Results:

 Detroit Tigers (1st Overall): Casey Mize, Pitcher, Auburn Tigers

 San Francisco Giants (2nd Overall): Joey Bart, Catcher, Georgia Tech

(Author Thoughts: The San Francisco Giants decided to go catcher here and it is a sign that Joey Bart will become the successor of Buster Posey in the future.)

 Philadelphia Phillies (3rd Overall): Alec Bohm, Third Baseman, Witchita State

 Chicago White Sox (4th Overall): Nick Madrigal, Shortstop, Oregon State

 Cincinnati Reds (5th Overall): Jonathan India, Third Baseman, Florida 

 New York Mets (6th Overall): Jarred Kelenic, Outfielder, Waukesha W. HS

 San Diego Padres (7th Overall): Ryan Weathers, Pitcher, Loretto HS

 Atlanta Braves (8th Overall): Carter Stewart, Pitcher, Eau Gallie HS

 Oakland Athletics (9th Overall): Kyler Murray, Outfielder, Oklahoma

(Author Thoughts: The star quarterback from Oklahoma gets selected in the top 10. The decision still lingers if the two-sport athlete will commit to a football career or a baseball career.)

 Pittsburgh Pirates (10th Overall): Travis Swaggerty, Outfielder, South Alabama

 Baltimore Orioles (11th Overall): Grayson Rodriguez, Pitcher, Central Heights HS

 Toronto Blue Jays (12th Overall): Jordan Groshans, Shortstop, Magnolia HS

 Miami Marlins (13th Overall): Connor Scott, Outfielder, Plant HS

 Seattle Mariners (14th Overall): Logan Gilbert, Pitcher, Stetson

 Texas Rangers (15th Overall): Cole Winn, Pitcher, Orange Lutheran HS

 Tampa Bay Rays (16th Overall): Matthew Liberatore, Pitcher, Mountain Pointe HS

 Los Angeles Angels (17th Overall): Jordyn Adams, Outfielder, Green Hope HS

 Kansas City Royals (18th Overall): Brady Singer, Pitcher, Florida 

 St. Louis Cardinals (19th Overall): Nolan Gorman, Third Baseman, S.D. O’Connor HS

 Minnesota Twins (20th Overall): Trevor Larnach, Outfielder, Oregon State

 Milwaukee Brewers (21st Overall):  Brice Turang, Shortstop, Santiago HS

 Colorado Rockies (22nd Overall): Ryan Rolison, Pitcher, Ole Miss

 New York Yankees (23rd Overall): Anthony Seigler, Catcher, Cartersville HS

 Chicago Cubs (24th Overall): Nico Hoerner, Shortstop, Stanford

 Arizona Diamondbacks (25th Overall): Matt McLain, Shortstop, Beckman HS

 Boston Red Sox (26th Overall): Tiston Casas, Infielder, American Heritage (Prep)

 Washington Nationals (27th Overall): Mason Denaburg, Pitcher, Merrit Island HS

 Houston Astros (28th Overall): Seth Beer, Outfielder, Clemson

 Cleveland Indians (29th Overall): Noah Naylor, Catcher, St. Joan of Arc CSS

 Los Angeles Dodgers (30th Overall): J.T. Ginn, Pitcher, Brandon HS

Compensatory Round: 

 Tampa Bay Rays (31st Overall): Shane McClanahan, Pitcher, South Florida 

 Tampa Bay Rays (32nd Overall): Nick Schnell, Outfielder, Roncalli HS

 Kansas City Royals (33rd Overall): Jackson Kowar, Pitcher, Florida 

 Kansas City Royals (34th Overall): Daniel Lynch, Pitcher, Virginia

 Cleveland Indians (35th Overall): Ethan Hankins, Pitcher, Forsyth Central HS

Competitive Balance Round A:

 Pittsburgh Pirates (36th Overall): Gunnar Hoglund, Pitcher, Fivay HS

 Baltimore Orioles (37th Overall): Cadyn Grenier, Shortstop, Oregon State

 San Diego Padres (38th Overall): Xavier Edwards, Shortstop, North Broward Prep

(365SN Thoughts: The Padres add another stud shortstop to their farm system with Xavier Edwards. A speedy and solid contact hitter, Edwards could be an essential point in the future for the Padres.) 

 Arizona Diamondbacks (39th Overall): Jake McCarthy, Outfielder, Virginia

 Kansas City Royals (40th Overall): Kris Bubic, Pitcher, Stanford

 Cleveland Indians (41st Overall): Lenny Torres, Pitcher, Beacon HS

 Colorado Rockies (42nd Overall): Grant Lavigne, First Baseman, Bedford HS

 St. Louis Cardinals (43rd Overall): Griffin Roberts, Pitcher, Wake Forest 

Other Notable Draft Selections:

 Detroit Tigers (44th Overall): Parker Meadows, Outfielder, Grayson HS

 Detroit Tigers (79th Overall): Kody Clemens, Second Baseman, Texas

(365SN Thoughts: Kody Clemens, son of Roger Clemens, is the third Clemens boy to be drafted in professional baseball as older brother Koby was drafted by Houston in the 8th round in 2005 and Kody last year by Toronto. Cody is a solid hitter as he is hitting .346 this year while leading Texas to the Austin Super Regional.) 

 Cincinnati Reds (82nd Overall): Bren Spillane, Outfielder, Illinois

365SN Thoughts: We originally had Bren Spillane as a mid-second round draft pick but was stolen here by the Reds in the third round.)

MLB Draft Rumors:

June 2nd: Casey Mize pitches in his final game as a Auburn Tiger

  • With the 2018 MLB Draft just 42-hours away, top prospect Casey Mize concludes his Auburn career this afternoon. Casey Mize and the Auburn Tigers took on Army and finished his day with 7.0 IP/4 hits/1 ER/11 K’s. A solid outing to end a historic college career. (Source: Auburn Baseball)

May 27th: BC High P Mike Vasil withdraws from the upcoming draft

  • Danny Ventura of The Boston Herald HS confirms. Mike Vasil is one of Massachussetts top pitching prospect and has stated saying that he will remain commited to his commitment to Virginia and their program. Mike Vasil was ranked as a early-to-mid 1st round draft pick in 2018. (Source: Danny Ventura)

April 20th: Matthew Liberatore defeated Nolan Gorman 2-1 in a pitching duel

  • As the two school’s met today, two of the MLB Draft’s top prospects Matthew Liberatore (Mountain Ridge) and Nolan Gorman (Sandra Day O’Connor) faced each other in pitching matchup. This time out it was Liberatore getting the best as it was reported/confirmed that he struck out 13 batters over 5 1/3 innings. Both Matthew Liberatore and Nolan Gorman are both projected to be selected in the top 10 of next month’s draft.

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