Prep Baseball Report

2023 MLB Draft Order

David Seifert
Director of College Scouting

This year's draft will be held in conjunction with the MLB All-Star Game in Seattle on July 9-11.

First Round

1. Pittsburgh Pirates
2. Washington Nationals
3. Detroit Tigers
4. Texas Rangers
5. Minnesota Twins
6. Oakland A's
7. Cincinnati Reds
8. Kansas City Royals
9. Colorado Rockies
10. Miami Marlins
11. Los Angeles Angels
12. Arizona Diamondbacks
13. Chicago Cubs
14. Boston Red Sox
15. Chicago White Sox
16. San Francisco Giants
17. Baltimore Orioles
18. Milwaukee Brewers
19. Tampa Bay Rays
20. Toronto Blue Jays
21. St Louis Cardinals
22. Seattle Mariners
23. Cleveland Guardians
24. Atlanta Braves
25. San Diego Padres
26. New York Yankees
27. Philadelphia Phillies
28. Houston Astros

Prospect Performance Incentive Pick

29. Seattle Mariners

Competitive Balance A Round

30. Seattle Mariners
31. Tampa Bay Rays
32. New York Mets (1st pick dropped by 10 picks for exceeding the competitive balance tax)
33. Milwaukee Brewers
34. Minnesota Twins
35. Miami Marlins
36. Los Angeles Dodgers (1st pick dropped by 10 picks for exceeding the competitive balance tax)
37. Detroit Tigers
38. Cincinnati Reds
39. Oakland A's

Second Round

Note: Angels, Blue Jays, Cardinals, Cubs, Padres, Phillies, Rangers and Yankees lost their second-round picks due to signing qualified free agents.

40. Washington Nationals
41. Oakland A's
42. Pittsburgh Pirates
43. Cincinnati Reds
44. Kansas City Royals
45. Detroit Tigers
46. Colorado Rockies
47. Miami Marlins
48. Arizona Diamondbacks
49. Minnesota Twins
50. Boston Red Sox
51. Chicago White Sox
52. San Francisco Giants
53. Baltimore Orioles
54. Milwaukee Brewers
55. Tampa Bay Rays
56. New York Mets
57. Seattle Mariners
58. Cleveland Guardians
59. Atlanta Braves
60. Los Angeles Dodgers
61. Houston Astros

Competitive Balance B Round

62. Cleveland Guardians
63. Baltimore Orioles
64. Arizona Diamondbacks
65. Colorado Rockies
66. Kansas City Royals
67. Pittsburgh Pirates

Compensation Picks

Note: Teams who lost a qualifying free agent and did not receive revenue sharing and did not exceed the luxury-tax salary threshold the previous season, are awarded a compensatory pick after Competitive Balance Round B.

68. Chicago Cubs
69. San Francisco Giants
70. Atlanta Braves

Third Round

Note: Rangers lost their third-round selection as a result of signing a qualified free agent.

71. Washington Nationals
72. Oakland A's
73. Pittsburgh Pirates
74. Cincinnati Reds
75. Kansas City Royals
76. Detroit Tigers
77. Colorado Rockies
78. Miami Marlins
79. Los Angeles Angels
80. Arizona Diamondbacks
81. Chicago Cubs
82. Minnesota Twins
83. Boston Red Sox
84. Chicago White Sox
85. San Francisco Giants
86. Baltimore Orioles
87. Milwaukee Brewers
88. Tampa Bay Rays
89. Toronto Blue Jays
90. St Louis Cardinals
91. New York Mets
92. Seattle Mariners
93. Cleveland Guardians
94. Atlanta Braves
95. Los Angeles Dodgers
96. San Diego Padres
97. New York Yankees
98. Philadelphia Phillies
99. Houston Astros
100. Baltimore Orioles (Compensation for unsigned 2022 3rd rounder Nolan McLean)
101. New York Mets (Compensation for unsigned 2022 3rd rounder Brandon Sproat)


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