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2013 MLB Draft Order
2 years ago  ::  Jan 07, 2013 - 11:15AM #1
CaptainJeter
Posts: 5,471

Yanks pick at # 29


2013 MLB Draft order with Bonus pool numbers


The draft order for the first round is below, subject to change if any teams outside of the top 10 picks sign a free agent who merits compensation. If a free agent's former club offers him a one-year deal with a salary that matches the average of the top 125 salaries from 2012 (roughly $13.5 million), the new team forfeits its first-round pick (unless it's in the top 10, in which case the second-rounder is forfeited). The old club gets a choice at the end of the first round (but not the new team's selection).


Each team's approximate bonus pool to sign its picks in the first 10 rounds is in parentheses. Those numbers are based on the 2012 pick values, which will be adjusted upward to reflect the increase in MLB's revenues this year. Bonus pool money will shift from one team to another every time a competitive-balance lottery pick is traded (those deals only can occur during the regular season) or a compensation free agent changes clubs.


1. Astros ($10,880,000)
2. Cubs ($9,822,500)
3. Rockies ($9,490,700)
4. Twins ($7,700,700)
5. Indians ($7,693,000)
6. Marlins ($8,870,700)
7. Red Sox ($6,341,900)
8. Royals ($7,741,200)
9. *Pirates ($8,226,500)
10. Blue Jays ($5,941,300)
11. Mets ($6,487,300)
12. Mariners ($5,694,600)
13. Padres ($6,330,400)
14. Pirates (see above)
15. Diamondbacks ($6,766,200)
16. Phillies ($5,601,800)
17. Brewers ($5,660,200)
18. White Sox ($4,864,100)
19. Dodgers ($4,780,900)
20. Cardinals ($4,698,300)
21. Tigers ($6,035,500)
22. Angels ($4,584,300)
23. Rays ($4,525,900)
24. Orioles ($5,940,000)
25. Rangers ($4,419,900)
26. Athletics ($5,541,900)
27. Giants ($4,317,500)
28. Braves ($4,266,800)
29. Yankees ($4,216,300)
30. Reds ($5,596,600)
31. Nationals ($4,116,500)
*Compensation for failure to sign 2012 first-rounder Mark Appel.

www.mlb.com/mlb/prospects/watch/y2013/


if they stay the course and pick the 29th player , it will be a 1st baseman DJ Peterson


 


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2 years ago  ::  Jan 07, 2013 - 12:10PM #2
BigGuy
Posts: 47,869

That order could still change depending on who signs guys like Soriano and Bourn.  Also it's just too early to tell who they'd pick.  That's really going out on a limb and pretty silly 6 months prior to the draft considering there are so many teams that pick ahead of them.

"Jay Z got him a big raise, but he also got him a 30-day vacation – it’s called October," --Pete Rose
2 years ago  ::  Jan 07, 2013 - 1:47PM #3
yanks4322
Posts: 968

Jan 7, 2013 -- 11:15AM, CaptainJeter wrote:



Yanks pick at # 29


2013 MLB Draft order with Bonus pool numbers


The draft order for the first round is below, subject to change if any teams outside of the top 10 picks sign a free agent who merits compensation. If a free agent's former club offers him a one-year deal with a salary that matches the average of the top 125 salaries from 2012 (roughly $13.5 million), the new team forfeits its first-round pick (unless it's in the top 10, in which case the second-rounder is forfeited). The old club gets a choice at the end of the first round (but not the new team's selection).


Each team's approximate bonus pool to sign its picks in the first 10 rounds is in parentheses. Those numbers are based on the 2012 pick values, which will be adjusted upward to reflect the increase in MLB's revenues this year. Bonus pool money will shift from one team to another every time a competitive-balance lottery pick is traded (those deals only can occur during the regular season) or a compensation free agent changes clubs.


1. Astros ($10,880,000)
2. Cubs ($9,822,500)
3. Rockies ($9,490,700)
4. Twins ($7,700,700)
5. Indians ($7,693,000)
6. Marlins ($8,870,700)
7. Red Sox ($6,341,900)
8. Royals ($7,741,200)
9. *Pirates ($8,226,500)
10. Blue Jays ($5,941,300)
11. Mets ($6,487,300)
12. Mariners ($5,694,600)
13. Padres ($6,330,400)
14. Pirates (see above)
15. Diamondbacks ($6,766,200)
16. Phillies ($5,601,800)
17. Brewers ($5,660,200)
18. White Sox ($4,864,100)
19. Dodgers ($4,780,900)
20. Cardinals ($4,698,300)
21. Tigers ($6,035,500)
22. Angels ($4,584,300)
23. Rays ($4,525,900)
24. Orioles ($5,940,000)
25. Rangers ($4,419,900)
26. Athletics ($5,541,900)
27. Giants ($4,317,500)
28. Braves ($4,266,800)
29. Yankees ($4,216,300)
30. Reds ($5,596,600)
31. Nationals ($4,116,500)
*Compensation for failure to sign 2012 first-rounder Mark Appel.

www.mlb.com/mlb/prospects/watch/y2013/


if they stay the course and pick the 29th player , it will be a 1st baseman DJ Peterson





This order is already different (if my understandig of the new system is correct) as the Braves and Angels forfeited picks to sign both BJ Upton and Josh Hamilton respectively.  So the Yankees are actually 27th as of today.  There are still 4 players who carry pick draft pick compensation with them: Rafael Soriano, Adam Laroche, Michael Bourn, Kyle Lohse.


I think there is a good chance Detroit will still sign Soriano, despite what they've been saying.  So the Yanks have a good chance of moving up an other spot. 

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