MLB Draft 2013 results: Thursday's first & second-round picks

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Results, scouting reports, and more from the first two rounds of the 2013 MLB draft.

The 2013 MLB draft is finally here, with the first and second rounds starting and wrapping up on Thursday, June 6. Throughout the night, we'll update this post with the latest draft picks, scouting reports, and updates on the lucky 73 selected by all 30 MLB teams.

In the meantime, you can check out our scouting reports on the players we expect to be drafted in the first round, as well as our latest and last mock draft, courtesy of Minor League Ball's John Sickels, and our final mock draft consensus.

First Round Player Pos HS/COL Scouting Round-Up Sickels' Comments
1. Houston Astros Mark Appel RHP
Stanford
Appel "Top-of-the-rotation upside"
2. Chicago Cubs Kris Bryant 3B
San Diego
Bryant "Sn All-Star bat that draws Troy Glaus comparisons"
3. Colorado Rockies Jonathan Gray RHP
Oklahoma
Gray "Is seen as a future ace"
4. Minnesota Twins Kohl Stewart RHP
Texas (HS)
Stewart "The top high school pitcher in the class"
5. Cleveland Indians Clint Frazier OF
Georgia (HS)
Frazier "Outstanding power potential. His makeup is considered a big plus"
6. Miami Marlins Colin Moran 3B
North Carolina
Moran "Impressive pure hitting skills and excellent plate discipline."
7. Boston Red Sox Trey Ball LHP
Indians (HS)
Ball "Already throws in the 90s and has good command of his curveball and change-up"
8. Kansas City Royals Hunter Dozier 3B
Stephen F. Austin
Dozier "One of the best power hitters in college baseball"
9. Pittsburgh Pirates (M. Appel - unsigned) Austin Meadows OF
Georgia (HS)
Meadows "He's committed to Clemson but signable"
10. Toronto Blue Jays Phil Bickford RHP
California (HS)
Bickford "Projectable 6-4 195 build generates easy low-to-mid-90s fastballs; recent outings have him in the upper-90s"
11. New York Mets Dominic Smith 1B
California (HS)
Smith "Projects to hit for both power and average from the left side, along with excellent defense"
12. Seattle Mariners D.J. Peterson 1B
New Mexico
Peterson "Controls the strike zone well and has excellent power to all fields"
13. San Diego Padres Hunter Renfroe OF
Mississippi St
Renfroe "His strong arm would look good in right field and he runs well for his size."
14. Pittsburgh Pirates Reese McGuire C
Washington (HS)
McGuire "lefty hitter with athleticism and excellent defensive skills."
15. Arizona Diamondbacks Braden Shipley RHP
Nevada
Shipley "Throws strikes with a mid-90s fastball and a good change."
16. Philadelphia Phillies J.P. Crawford SS
California (HS)
Crawford "The best of the (SS) bunch, with the arm and range necessary to remain at that position at higher levels."
17. Chicago White Sox Tim Anderson SS
Mississippi (JC)
Anderson "His best tool is speed but he's got some pop in his bat too"
18. Los Angeles Dodgers Chris Anderson RHP
Jacksonville
Anderson "profiles as an inning-chewing mid-rotation starting pitcher with the ability to dominate at times"
19. St. Louis Cardinals Marco Gonzales LHP
Gonzaga
Gonzales "Outstanding command of his 88-91 MPH heater, a solid breaking ball, and a superb change-up"
20. Detroit Tigers Jonathon Crawford RHP
Florida
Crawford "Some teams see Crawford as a reliever due to his impressive fastball/slider combination but a change-up that lags behind."
21. Tampa Bay Rays Nick Ciuffo C
South Carolina (C)
Ciuffo "His makeup is considered particularly excellent."
22. Baltimore Orioles Hunter Harvey RHP
North Carolina (HS)

"He's a bit raw but has plenty of talent, including a 90-plus mph fastball and an erratic, if promising, breaking ball."
23. Texas Rangers Alex Gonzalez RHP
Oral Roberts
Gonzalez "His makeup is well-respected and his 6-3, 200 pound build looks strong."
24. Oakland Athletics Billy McKinney OF
Texas (HS)
McKinney "One of the best pure hitters in the draft, with a mechanically-sweet swing, an eye for the zone, and plenty of bat speed."
25. San Francisco Giants Christian Arroyo SS
Florida (HS)

"has a track record of strong hitting but scouts have been unsure about his long-term defensive position"
26. New York Yankees Eric Jagielo 3B
Notre Dame
Jagielo "An elite hitter in the college ranks and should carry forward to pro ball"
27. Cincinnati Reds Phil Ervin OF
Samford

"He runs and throws well, could stick in center field"
28. St. Louis Cardinals (K. Lohse) Rob Kaminsky LHP
New Jersey (HS)
Kaminsky "Kaminsky's lack of size might turn off some teams, but his stuff is solid, particularly the breaking ball, and he's long been seen as a late first-round talent."
29. Tampa Bay Rays (B.J. Upton) Ryne Stanek RHP
Arkansas
Stanek "He could be a number two starter if all goes well, or a power reliever if it doesn't"
30. Texas Rangers (J. Hamilton) Travis Demeritte 3B
Georgia (HS)

"His bat will be good enough if he does move to third base, with superior bat speed standing out."
31. Atlanta Braves (M. Bourn) Jason Hursh RHP
Oklahoma State

"His changeup and slider are inconsistent, but all of his pitches have movement."
32. New York Yankees (N. Swisher) Aaron Judge OF
Fresno State
Judge "His changeup and slider are inconsistent, but all of his pitches have movement."
33. New York Yankees (R. Soriano) Ian Clarkin LHP
California (HS)
Clarkin "Has unusually good feel for his curveball and a promising change"






Competitive Balance Round A




34. Kansas City Royals Sean Manaea LHP
Indiana State

"His secondary stuff can be erratic and his velocity was up-and-down this spring, but he was still considered a lock to go in the top half of the round until his season ended early with hip and shoulder issues."
35. Miami Marlins (from the Pirates) Matt Krook LHP
California (HS)
Krook "His curve has promise, but he's rather raw and will need patient development."
36. Arizona Diamondbacks Aaron Blair RHP
Marshall

"Like Jonathan Gray, he tested positive for using adderral without a prescription in pre-draft medical screenings, but it didn't hurt his stock much."
37. Baltimore Orioles Josh Hart OF
Georgia (HS)

"Hart has outstanding speed and athleticism, projecting as a future leadoff hitter."
38. Cincinnati Reds Mike Lorenzen RHP/OF
Cal State Fullerton

"His mid-to-upper-90s fastball could get him to the majors quickly as a reliever.
39. Detroit Tigers (from the Marlins) Cory Knebel RHP
Texas

"His biggest problem revolves around makeup: he was suspended twice this year, one incident involved giving his urine to a teammate for a drug test."






Second Round




40. Houston Astros Andrew Thurman RHP
UC Irvine


41. Chicago Cubs Rob Zastryzny LHP
Missouri


42. Colorado Rockies Ryan McMahon 3B
California (HS)


43. Minnesota Twins Ryan Eads RHP
LSU


44. Miami Marlins Trevor Williams RHP
Arizona State


45. Boston Red Sox Teddy Stankiewicz RHP
Seminole State


46. Kansas City Royals Cody Reed LHP
Mississippi (JC)


47. Toronto Blue Jays Clinton Hollon RHP
Kentucky (HS)


48. New York Mets Andrew Church RHP
Nevada (HS)


49. Seattle Mariners Austin Wilson OF
Stanford
Wilson
50. San Diego Padres Dustin Peterson SS
Arizona (HS)
Peterson
51. Pittsburgh Pirates Blake Taylor LHP
California (HS)


52. Arizona Diamondbacks Justin Williams SS
Louisiana (HS)


53. Philadelphia Phillies Andrew Knapp C
Cal


54. Milwaukee Brewers Devin Williams RHP
Missouri (HS)


55. Chicago White Sox Tyler Danish RHP
Florida (HS)


56. Los Angeles Dodgers Tom Windle LHP
Minnesota


57. St. Louis Cardinals Oscar Mercado SS
Florida (HS)


58. Detroit Tigers Kevin Ziomek LHP
Vanderbilt


59. Los Angeles Angels Hunter Green RHP
Kentucky (HS)
Green
60. Tampa Bay Rays Riley Unroe SS
Arizona (HS)


61. Baltimore Orioles Chance Sisco C
California (HS)


62. Texas Rangers Akeem Bostick RHP
South Carolina (HS)


63. Oakland Athletics Dillon Overton LHP
Oklahoma


64. San Francisco Giants Ryder Jones 3B
North Carolina (HS)


65. Atlanta Braves Victor Caratini C
Miami Dade CC


66. New York Yankees Gosuke Katoh 2B
California (HS)


67. Cincinnati Reds Kevin Franklin 3B
California (HS)


68. Washington Nationals Jake Johansen RHP
Texas (HS)








Competitive Balance Round B




69. San Diego Padres Jordan Paroubeck OF
California (HS)


70. Colorado Rockies Alex Balog RHP
San Francisco
Balog
71. Oakland A's Chad Pinder 3B
Virginia Tech


72. Milwaukee Brewers Tucker Neuhaus SS
Florida (HS)


73. Miami Marlins (from the Tigers) Colby Suggs RHP
Arkansas


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