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Good evening! We'll be following along with the MLB Draft here. There will be 37 picks tonight, the first round of the draft and Competitive.


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The first round of the MLB draft included 37 picks and while we won't know for years who will be All-Stars, there's already plenty of talking.


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The MLB Draft will take place on June 10 and 11, but will look much different than the normal product. Due to the coronavirus pandemic.


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With his bat speed, strength and leverage, he has prodigious pop that is going to play well at Great American Ball Park. He reminds me a lot of another former Louisville star, Rays southpaw Brendan McKay, with the way their fastballs play up because of their advanced command, and with the way they can make batters look bad with their curveballs. He has to hit because his only positional options are first base and DH. He has had shoulder surgery in the past, so he may wind up at second base. But I applaud the conviction -- you have to take whoever you think is the best player, regardless of need. Bailey is a switch-hitting catcher with power from both sides and the tools to do a solid job behind the plate. HS There was a lot of buzz that Tucker -- whom we ranked No. There is no question in my mind that he is going to hit. Word was that the Rays wanted to be opportunistic here and they were, grabbing the extremely intriguing Bitsko. His fastball jumped to mph, his curveball showed flashes of becoming a plus pitch and his changeup remained his biggest out pitch and one of the best in this Draft class. He also retained the improved strike-throwing ability he demonstrated in the Cape Cod League last summer. He should put up huge numbers at Coors Field and may fit better at a corner than in center there. In addition, he has some deceptive power and is a quality athlete with the versatility to play a lot of positions. Twins: Aaron Sabato, 1B, North Carolina The Twins are buying power and a lot of it with Sabato, a sophomore-eligible slugger who went deep 18 times in his lone full season at North Carolina. At worst, he should be able to play a solid second base and center field. That said, nothing wrong with grabbing the most electric arm available. Connect with MLB. He can touch 99 mph with his fastball and has the potential for three plus pitches if his slider and changeup continue to develop. I think he can hit for some power and average, and he has some solid speed as well. The previous record was seventh overall Clayton Kershaw back in HS I really thought Veen was going fourth or fifth overall, and the Rockies coveted him, so they have to be thrilled. He might have the best five-tool potential in the college class, but he slipped because he hit only six homers in two-plus years at UCLA. Jim Callis is a reporter for MLB. Of the three, Shuster was the biggest surprise, with a fastball that tops out at 97 mph, a slurve that has shown more effectiveness and a changeup that remains impactful. Westburg is an offensive-minded shortstop with the potential to hit 20 or more homers per season. It is the right choice because he is a special offensive talent, maybe the best in the Draft since Mark Teixeira in Orioles: Heston Kjerstad, OF, Arkansas Kjerstad is the best left-handed power hitter in this Draft, but it is a surprise to see him go here, as we had him ranked as the No. He gets the job done at shortstop, started games at five positions for the U. HS The Mets were in the market for college arms, unless an attractive high school position player got to 19, and Crow-Armstrong fits that bill. Burns is a 6-foot righty who draws comparisons to fellow former SEC star Sonny Gray with his mids fastball and power breaking ball. He combines stuff and polish as well as any pitcher in this Draft, and I see a lot of similarities between him and Casey Mize, who went No. That size means he has a naturally long swing, but he also shows some feel for hitting. He commands a fastball that reaches 99 mph, and he flashes three plus secondary pitches. HS This might be the most surprising first-round pick since the Cubs took Hayden Simpson 16th overall 10 years ago. HS For the first time in Draft history, the first high school player wasn't taken until eighth overall. Pirates: Carmen Mlodzinski, RHP, South Carolina Mlodzinski put himself on the prospect map with a strong summer in the Cape Cod League and might have gone higher than this if he had more of a chance to build on that momentum this spring. He has frontline starter written all over him. HS The Reds were looking at high school bats and college arms, and they grabbed the best prep power hitter in the Draft in Hendrick. He was the top-rated prep prospect entering last summer, had an uneven performance on the showcase circuit, then bounced back with a strong albeit abbreviated senior season. June 10, Facebook Share. Listen to him on the weekly Pipeline Podcast. Draft Day 1: Pick-by-pick rundown, analysis. There are questions about whether he can stay behind the plate, but you hear that about a lot of catching prospects with advanced hitting ability. A Yankees 37th-rounder as a sophomore-eligible draftee in , he added 20 pounds of muscle and his stuff took off. His stuff would play in the Majors this year if Miami wanted. All rights reserved.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Day 1 of the MLB Draft is in the books, with analysis of all 37 selections below. Rockies: Drew Romo, C, The Woodlands Texas HS Romo is easily the best defensive catcher in the Draft, drawing raves for his physical tools soft hands, strong arm with quick release as well as his leadership ability and work ethic. He is one of the better all-around hitters in the college class, capable of hitting for power and average. He showed off his considerable polish by throwing one perfect game and flirting with another in four starts this spring. The question is, do you develop him as a catcher, which will take longer and take a toll on his bat, or put him at third base and go all in on the offense? Follow jimcallisMLB on Twitter. But he is an advanced hitter with well-above-average speed, quality center-field skills and some untapped power. He combines bat speed, strength and loft in his right-handed stroke, and he draws some parallels to Pete Alonso at the same stage of their careers. HS Walker has some of the best projectable power in this Draft, with bat speed plus lots of strength and leverage in his 6-foot-5 frame. Teams are skittish about the risks involved with high school righties, but this could pay off huge. Our top-rated high school prospect No. He fits the right-field profile nicely and likely will get a chance to show if he can stick in center field.