MLB Draft Archive
With picks 3-10 in the draft yesterday, the New York Mets selected eight college players after taking two high school players on day one. Of these eight, they took four right-handed pitchers, one left-handed pitcher, two infielders, and a catcher. This was a similar approach as last year, when
The New York Mets have selected right-hander Adam Hill from University of South Carolina in the fourth round: Baseball America A 39th-round selection by the Padres in 2015 out of high school, Hill bypassed the draft to attend South Carolina, where he’s been a three-year starter for the Gamecocks.
Mets have selected 2B Carlos Cortes in the third round: Baseball America #177 School: South Carolina Ht: 5-8 | Wt: 185 | B-T: L-B | Commit/Drafted: Mets ’16 (20) Scouting Report: An undersized, 5-foot-8, 185-pound draft-eligible sophomore without a true defensive home, Cortes has befuddled scouts dating back to
Mets have taken their second player, Simeon Woods Richardson in the 2018 draft. Baseball America says: #76 HS RHP/3B Notes:School: Kempner HS, Sugar Land, Texas Ht: 6-4 | Wt: 210 | B-T: R-R | Commit/Drafted: Texas Scouting Report: One of the youngest players in the 2018 draft class, Woods-Richardson is
Fangraphs posted their mock draft late on Friday. In the mock, they featured a ton of notes and information, highly recommend you check it out. They mocked Jarred Kelenic to the Mets at the sixth pick. This comes after Peter Gammons reported that one NL scouting director predicted Kelenic
The MLB draft is only three days away and a flurry of mock drafts have been coming out. The overall consensus seems to be the Mets will be taking a college bat. The last time the Mets took a college bat in the first round, it was Michael Conforto.
Mocks are coming out at a faster given how quickly the draft is approaching us on June 4. Without further ado, lets dive right into them. Here is last week’s write up (focused on Jonathan India) and the one a week before that (focused on Joey Bart and Matthew
Last week MLB.com extended their top draft prospect list from 50 to 100, while reshuffling the draft board with new rankings. Top Risers Oregon State 2B Nick Madrigal, who has only returned a couple weeks ago has risen to third from the teens after being one of the safest
This week, I’m going to put some focus on Fangraphs, who just submitted their first mock yesterday, as well as their draft board the day before. But first is more importantly the draft pool! On Wednesday, the Draft pools were finally revealed and the Mets have the ninth highest