Baseball Prospect Journal

2020 MLB draft order set

2020 MLB Draft

With the regular season complete, the 2020 MLB draft order is set. For the second time in the last three years, the Detroit Tigers hold the first overall pick after posting a MLB-worst 47-114 record.

The 2020 MLB draft class is the deepest it’s been in recent years, especially on the college side. The 2020 MLB draft is about eight months away, and it appears the Tigers will have plenty of options with the No. 1 pick.

Here is a look at the draft order for the 2020 MLB draft:

1. Tigers (47-114)
2. Orioles (54-108)
3. Marlins (57-105)
4. Royals (59-103)
5. Blue Jays (67-95)
6. Mariners (68-94)
7. Pirates (69-93)
8. Padres (70-92)
9. Rockies (71-91)
10. Angels (72-90)
11. White Sox (72-89)
12. Reds (75-87)
13. Giants (77-85)
14. Rangers (78-84)
15. Phillies (81-81)
16. Cubs (84-78)
17. Red Sox (84-78)
18. Diamondbacks (85-77)
19. Mets (86-76)
20. Brewers (89-73)
21. Cardinals (91-71)
22. Nationals (93-69)
23. Indians (93-69)
24. Rays (96-66)
25. Braves (97-65)
26. Athletics (97-65)
27. Twins (101-61)
28. Yankees (103-59)
29. Dodgers (106-56)
30. Astros (107-55)

Dan Zielinski III has covered the MLB draft for five years. He’s interviewed 191 of the top draft prospects in that period, including three No. 1 overall picks. Multiple publications, including Baseball America, USA Today and The Arizona Republic, have quoted his work, while he’s appeared on radio stations as a “MLB draft expert.” Follow him on Twitter @DanZielinski3.

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