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    Quote Originally Posted by j-bay44 View Post
    Ill take the Red Sox picks I even want the 19th a yankees fan has no right to own a red sox pick
    First come first serve

    But you can certainly have the other one

    You can have the Yankees pick at 31 though if you would like?

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    ill take nyy

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    I'll take the indians at 8

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    We are still waiting on Pakfan to respond, if he hasn't by tomorrow, we will move on with a selection being made.

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    Since Pakfan has not responded in awhile, would someone else like to volunteer to make the selection?

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    Sorry for the delay guys.
    With the 5th pick in the draft the Royals select...
    OF Bubba Starling
    Ht/Wt: 6-5/200 lbs
    Position: OF
    School: Gardner-Edgerton

    After just missing out on Springer, the Royals take the next best OF available. With Cain taking over in CF after the trade with Milwaukee, the corner outfield positions could use some more talent. Having strong talent in Moustakas, Hosmer, Myers and Colon as the future for the infield, picking Starling has potential for another hot prospect to join the ranks. Pitching also has some strong candidates in the minors as well making this pick open for possible BPA, which in my mind is Starling. The only drawback would be his possible interest in playing football for Nebraska but the money and future talent should make signing him easier.

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    No one currently has the Nationals pick, if someone else wants it, they can have it, otherwise I can make it.

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    To keep things rolling......With the 6th pick in the 2011 MLB Draft The Washington Nationals select Danny Hultzen LHP out Virginia. College lefty putting up big numbers and rising up draft boards.

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    7th Pick Dbacks-Sonny Gray Vanderbilt

    This pick is unprotected. However, I think the Dbacks will go over slot with this pick as long as they are sure they can sign the player. Sonny Gray has very nice heat on his fastball and an excellent slider. Although people talk about his height, theres no denying he has the stuff to be a top of the rotation type of guy. With Jarrod Parker, Purke and now Gray, the Dbacks are in the process of building a sweet rotation

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    The Indians select Taylor Jungmann with the 8th pick of the MLB draft.

    Jungmann, out of Texas, could be the best pitcher in college baseball right now. He has a 95 mph fastball and a nasty 81 mph slider. His stats in both high school and college have been off the charts. His only weakness is that he has proven to be wild on occasion.
    Last edited by F*(&"Next Year"; 03-28-2011 at 02:43 PM.

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    With the 9th pick
    The Chicago Cubs Select Archie Bradley Rhp Broken Arrow high school. Broken arrow Oklahoma

    For me Bradley is the cream of the crop for high school righties. Who would probably go higher but like Bubba starling, Bradley has a strong football commitment and only a massive signing bonus will keep him away from the university of Oklahoma.
    Bradley already has a mid 90's fastball with good life. He also features a low 90's 2 seam fastball, With an above average Curveball with a future plus grade. He also has a change up but like most high schoolers he rarely throws it. His control is average at this point but that is common for two sport pitchers. Once he focuses on pitching only his control will get much better. I would expect a signing bonus of 6.5 Million
    Last edited by JuggernautJ; 03-28-2011 at 01:16 PM.

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    With the 10th pick the Padres select: Daniel Norris, LHP, Science Hill HS (Tenn)

    He throws in the mid 90s and features one of the best curveballs in the draft. Norris is so highly thought of that Baseball America ranked him as the fifth-best draft prospect available in 2011, as well as the second-best talent among high-schoolers from the 2010-11 period, behind only number two overall pick in 2010, Jameson Taillon.

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    Astros are thrilled at 11 to take Matt Barnes out of the University of Connecticut.

    A mid 90's fastball, three other pitches that all look to be above average for his age, and still has as much room to improve as any college player in the draft.

    Coming soon to a TKRO stadium near you

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    With the 12th pick the Brewers select Jed Bradley, LHP, Georgia Tech with a low 90s fastball, a great change (which the Brewers love) and a decent slider the Brewers are very happy to get a quality left handed pitching prospect in the system. The system needs help all around but they take Bradley for his ceiling and the possibility of him advancing quickly through the minors.

    Compares favorably in size and stuff to former Vanderbilt pitcher and current Braves prospect Mike Minor.
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    you over rate OBP. especially for the White Sox who leave countless in scoring position. RBI is a way more important stat then OBP anyday.

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    Nice pick Brewersfan, I think Jed Bradley is the under rated gem of the first round

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