2010 MLB Draft, Day Two: A Brief Summary Of A Day With Lesser-Known Names

Day one has the glory. Day one has the top players in the nation disappearing from the board. Day two is a lot more low-key, which was made readily apparent for newcomers when the picks were made by team representatives over a conference call broadcast to the internet. With no TV and no Bryce Harpers, only the hardiest of prospect hounds pay close attention after the first day passes. One can only imagine who's going to stick it out for day three.

Still, while day two is a different animal, there's still a lot of talent that gets taken, especially towards the front. Some guys have physical question marks. Some guys are really raw. Some guys have signability concerns that cause them to fall well below where their ability would place them. Day two is a time for taking more risks and finding some sleepers, and just because there's less attention doesn't mean it isn't still interesting.

For a list of all picks made, you should check out the MLB Draft Tracker, which includes information on many of the guys selected. Alternatively, you can check out Baseball America's draft day database, which some might find loads faster.

For further coverage, active comment threads, and some team draft reviews, go to Andy Seiler's MLB Bonus Baby.

For more thorough coverage on a round-by-round basis, you'll want to visit Baseball America's draft blog, run by John Manuel and Conor Glassey. Jason Churchill also chimes in with his favorite later-round steals over at ESPN.

I, personally, have little to add, as I'm not draft expert, but I give the links above my full endorsement, and once things are through we'll have John Sickels and Andy Seiler drop by to give their final reviews of the draft on a team-by-team basis. This thing is exhausting and complicated, but fortunately we've got some brains who know what's going on.

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