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MLB Draft results 2013: OF Aaron Judge selected by Yankees with the No. 32 pick

7 June 2013 | 2:52 am The New York Yankees have selected Fresno State outfielder Aaron Judge with the 32nd pick of the 2013 MLB Amateur Draft. Judge, 21, hails from Linden, Calif., and projects to be a right fielder at the next level. He's listed at 6'7 and 255 pounds. After completing high school, Judge was selected in the 31st round by the Oakland Athletics in 2010. He turned them down and headed to college … http://www.sbnation.com/mlb/2013/6/6/4397172/2013-mlb-draft-results-aaron-judge-yankees

2013 MLB Draft results: Travis Demeritte selected by Rangers with the No. 30 pick

7 June 2013 | 2:22 am The Texas Rangers have selected Travis Demeritte out of Winder Barrow High School (Ga.) with the No. 30 pick in the 2013 MLB Amateur Draft. Demeritte is listed at 6'1, 185 pounds, and played shortstop and outfield. He pitched for his high school team as well. The prep player is lean and athletic; Jonathan Mayo of MLB.com speculates that Demeritte has room in his frame to add some muscle. The … http://www.sbnation.com/mlb/2013/6/6/4400580/2013-mlb-draft-results-travis-demeritte-rangers

MLB Draft 2013 results: 3B Eric Jagielo selected by Yankees with the No. 26 pick

7 June 2013 | 2:22 am The New York Yankees have selected Notre Dame third baseman Eric Jagielo with the 26th pick in the 2013 MLB Amateur Draft. Known for his polished play, Jagielo hit .388 with nine home runs in 196 at-bats in his junior year at Notre Dame. He is considered a safe pick who should be able to move quickly through the minor leagues on the strength of his bat. With solid power and hit tools, Jagielo … http://www.sbnation.com/mlb/2013/6/6/4404544/mlb-draft-results-2013-eric-jagielo-yankees

2013 <b>MLB Draft</b> Results: MLB Rumors – MLBTradeRumors.com

6 June 2013 | 11:28 pm After months of anticipation, it's finally time for MLB's amateur draft. This year's draft is extremely intriguing not just for its talent, but for the lack of clarity we have at the top of the board. The Astros surprised everyone last year … http://www.mlbtraderumors.com/2013/06/2013-mlb-draft-results.html

<b>MLB Draft</b> 2013 results: Thursday's first-round picks – SBNation.com

6 June 2013 | 10:33 pm Results, scouting reports, and more from the first round of the 2013 MLB draft. http://www.sbnation.com/mlb/2013/6/6/4403394/mlb-draft-results-2013-picks-tracker

<b>MLB Draft</b> 2013 results: Thursday's first round – SBNation.com

6 June 2013 | 10:29 pm Updates and scouting reports for the entire first round of the MLB draft. http://www.sbnation.com/mlb/2013/6/6/4403458/mlb-draft-2013-results-first-round-picks-jonathan-gray-mark-appel

Robert Kaminksy 2012 Aflac Bowman Rookie Card 2013 #1 MLB Draft Pick!

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Travis Demeritte 2012 Perfect Game All American Topps Bowman Aflac MLB Draft RC

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Mark Appel Stanford College Baseball Team 2013 MLB Draft Projected Top 5 Pick

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8 Responses to MLB Draft

  • John says:

    Is The Mlb.com Live Stream For The 2013 Draft Free? Or do you have to pay for it? If it is free, can you give me the link for it? I am a huge baseball fan and I don’t have mlb network on my cable.

  • Justin says:

    Very Suspicious MLB Players (PEDs?)? I notice a trend.. when players are on roids they are solid and in there every day. When they try to get off them they constantly are injuried and absolutely awful. To me, this loosely proves Ellsbury, Kemp, Hamilton, Pujols, Bautista, Reyes, and Braun all USED to use PEDs. All had 2+ GREAT years of injury free, and now they are injured and when they do play they suck. Now, players currently on roids I would guess Davis, Encarnacion, Trout, and Cabrera. Look at the size of all their heads, and notice how all of them are injury free the last couple years. My speculation, in X amount of years when they stop taking them they will DRASTICALLY fall off leaderboards and positioning in fantasy drafts. Does anyone else see where I’m coming from? I want to hear opinions
    Nah, look at pictures of Pre-Roid Bonds to the last years of his career. Unfortuanetly it matches up to Cabrera before and after pictures as well. I was trying to convince myself Roids didn’t have a huge effect, but after looking at the 2012 Melky and the 2013 Jhonny Peralta its hard not to assume so.

    • Curator says:

      Only three real options.
      Anthony Muñoz:
      11x Pro Bowler
      9x AP 1st-team All-Pro
      Ranked #12 all-time according to NFL.com
      Pro-Football-Reference Career Approximate Value: 177
      Barry Sanders:
      10x Pro Bowler
      6x AP 1st-team All-Pro
      Ranked #17th all-time according to NFL.com
      Pro-Football-Reference Career Approximate Value: 152
      EDIT:
      Dick Butkus:
      8x Pro Bowler
      5x AP 1st-team All-Pro
      Ranked #10 all-time according to NFL.com
      Pro-Football-Reference Career Approximate Value: 120
      I’d go with Muñoz. While many people would say that Sanders/Butkus was the greatest RB/MLB of all time, it would be debateable. But anyone who doesn’t say that Muñoz was the greatest OT ever is just silly

    • Curator says:

      I know MLB.com will have a live tracker running throughout all 50 rounds of the draft, but if you don’t have MLBNetwork then I think you are just out of luck. If you have a Twitter account, I would suggest using it to get very quick results on draft picks.

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