2009 draft order

I have to give Jamey Newberg at The Newberg Report credit for getting this going, as he posted the draft order “as of now” a few days back. As of this moment, it would look like this:

1. Washington 44 82 .349
2. Seattle 46 79 .369
3. San Diego 48 77 .384
4. San Francisco 53 72 .432
5. Cincinnati 55 71 .437
6. Kansas City 55 70 .440
7. Atlanta 56 70 .444
8. Pittsburgh 57 69 .452
9. Oakland 57 69 .452
9a. Washington (comp pick for failure to sign Aaron Crow)
10. Colorado 58 69 .457
11. Cleveland 57 67 .460
12. Baltimore 60 65 .480
13. Texas 62 65 .488
14. Detroit 62 64 .492
15. Houston 64 62 .508
16. Dodgers 64 61 .512
17. Florida 65 61 .516
18. Toronto 65 60 .520
19. Arizona 65 60 .520
20. Yankees 66 59 .528
21. Philadelphia 67 58 .536
22. St. Louis 70 58 .547
23. Mets 69 57 .548
24. Milwaukee 70 55 .567
25. Minnesota 72 54 .571
26. White Sox 72 53 .576
27. Boston 73 53 .579
28. Angels 76 48 .613
28a. Yankees (comp pick for failure to sign Gerrit Cole)
29. Cubs 77 48 .615
30. Tampa Bay 77 48 .616

This doesn’t take into account tie-breakers, future free agent signings or the fact the Mariners could get an extra pick (20a) if they don’t sign Josh Fields, but they have until next year right before the draft to get that one done. I’ll try to update this one from time to time…

1 Comment

Next year the Yankees can lose Two (2) first round draft picks to non-signings. Too bad they couldn’t trade them off for some over aged broken down over priced veteran.

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