2010 MLB Draft, Day One: One Bryce Harper, And 49 Non-Bryce Harpers

The 2010 MLB Draft begins at 7pm ET, Monday night, with the first round and the first compensatory round spanning 50 selections. Every team will make at least one pick. Many teams will make more than one pick. The Angels will make five. It's a time for teams to stop worrying about the present for a little while and start worrying about what comes down the road. Though players may not achieve stardom as quickly as they might in other sports, make no mistake - the amateur draft is of vital importance, and a team that can't draft is a team that can't win.

For your convenience, here's a table showing the order of the first 50 picks. It's sortable, so you can see when your favorite team will make its first selection.

Pick Team
1 Nationals
2 Pirates
3 Orioles
4 Royals
5 Indians
6 Diamondbacks
7 Mets
8 Astros
9 Padres
10 A's
11 Blue Jays
12 Reds
13 White Sox
14 Brewers
15 Rangers
16 Cubs
17 Rays
18 Angels
19 Astros
20 Red Sox
21 Twins
22 Rangers
23 Marlins
24 Giants
25 Cardinals
26 Rockies
27 Phillies
28 Dodgers
29 Angels
30 Angels
31 Rays
32 Yankees
33 Astros
34 Blue Jays
35 Braves
36 Red Sox
37 Angels
38 Blue Jays
39 Red Sox
40 Angels
41 Blue Jays
42 Rays
43 Mariners
44 Tigers
45 Rangers
46 Cardinals
47 Rockies
48 Tigers
49 Rangers
50 Cardinals
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