2014 MLB Draft time, TV schedule, and online coverage

Mike Stobe

The Astros, Marlins and White Sox have the first three picks this summer. Here's the complete schedule for this year's MLB Draft.

The 2014 MLB Draft is finally here. It is set to begin on Thursday, and will run through Saturday. Here is everything you need to get ready for this year's draft.

The Houston Astros will have the No. 1 overall pick for the third year in a row. Last summer, they selected Stanford hurler Mark Appel in the first round. Following the Astros will be the Miami Marlins and Chicago White Sox. The full draft order can be found here.

The race to be the No. 1 pick this year is still wide open, though most experts feel California prep pitcher Brady Aiken, North Carolina State pitcher Carlos Rodon and high school catcher Alex Jackson are the most likely to hear their names called first by Bud Selig.

MLB Network will cover the first two rounds beginning at 7 p.m. ET Thursday. The rest of the draft can be streamed live via MLB.com.

Here is the full schedule for the week (all times listed in ET):

Thursday, June 5

6 p.m. - MLB Draft Preview - MLB Network/MLB.com
7 p.m. - Rounds 1 & 2 (The Top 74 Picks)

Friday, June 6

1 p.m. - Rounds 3-10 - MLB.com

Saturday, June 7

1 p.m. - Rounds 11-40 - MLB.com

Be sure to stick with SB Nation throughout the weekend for full MLB Draft coverage.

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