2022 MLB draft tracker: O’s take Holliday No. 1 total; Outcomes and evaluation for each first-round decide
With the No. 1 total decide, the Orioles took Jackson Holliday, prime prospect and son of former main leaguer Matt Holliday. The Arizona Diamondbacks adopted up with one other son for a former main leaguer (Andruw), deciding on Druw Jones.
The Texas Rangers shocked many by choosing Kumar Rocker, probably the most well-known names within the draft, at No. 3. The Pittsburgh Pirates took Termarr Johnson fourth total and the Washington Nationals nabbed Elijah Inexperienced to spherical out the primary 5 picks. The primary 80 picks will probably be made Sunday evening adopted by Rounds 3-10 on Monday and concluding with Rounds 11-20 on Tuesday.
Which groups will make the picks that can shock everybody? MLB specialists Dave Schoenfield and Dan Mullen have every part it’s essential learn about who your favourite workforce took on draft evening.
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1. Baltimore Orioles: Jackson Holliday, SS, Stillwater HS (OK)
Who’s Holliday? The son of a major league All-Star (Matt), Holliday has separated himself as the perfect prep shortstop on this class by means of his highly effective bat. He hit .685 with 17 house runs, 79 RBIs and even stole 30 bases in 40 video games throughout his highschool season. There’s a query of whether or not he can stick at shortstop or will find yourself transferring to second base as a professional, however his offensive ability set will play at both place.
Jackson and Matt Holliday focus on the joy round Jackson changing into the No. 1 decide within the 2022 MLB draft.
Why the Orioles took him right here: After months of hypothesis that the Orioles might go quite a lot of alternative ways with this No. 1 decide, Baltimore confirmed why by taking somebody apart from consensus No. 1 prospect Druw Jones right here. Now the massive query is that if Baltimore will be capable of signal Holliday at any financial savings after which use the financial savings to go over slot on gamers at its later picks tonight (Nos. 33 and 42).
In Holliday, the Orioles are getting an elite expertise who has risen up draft boards steadily this spring due to his array of high quality instruments and projection on the plate. Holliday joins a bunch of latest prime draft prospects at present making their manner towards Baltimore because the O’s come out of their rebuild. — Mullen
2. Arizona Diamondbacks: Druw Jones, CF, Wesleyan HS (GA)
Who’s Jones? The No. 1 total participant on Kiley McDaniel’s draft board, Jones is the son of five-time MLB All-Star Andruw Jones. An array of instruments units Jones other than the remainder of the 2022 draft class. He’s a plus hitter with plus energy, plus-plus pace and a plus defender in middle area but in addition might play shortstop in his professional profession. Whereas there isn’t any good comp for Jones, a wholesome Byron Buxton is an efficient place to start out.
Take a look at highlights that helped make Druw Jones the second decide within the 2022 MLB draft.
Why the Diamondbacks took him right here: The Diamondbacks need to be ecstatic to see the consensus No. 1 participant on this draft class fall into their laps with the No. 2 decide. Arizona is getting a participant with 30/30 potential on the plate and an elite defender at a premium place. D-backs followers are free to start out dreaming about the potential of a Druw Jones/Alek Thomas/Corbin Carroll outfield within the franchise’s future. — Mullen
3. Texas Rangers: Kumar Rocker, RHP, Tri-Cities (Impartial)
Who’s Rocker? Arguably the most well-known name within the draft for a second straight 12 months, Rocker lands right here after going unsigned by the Mets because the No. 10 decide within the 2021 draft. As an alternative of going again to Vanderbilt for the 2022 spring season, Rocker made 5 begins this summer time for Tri-Metropolis (New York) of the unbiased Frontier League. His mid-90s fastball with the ValleyCats and almost MLB-ready stuff helped get him to this spot regardless of longer-term questions on his pitching arm, together with a September 2021 shoulder surgical procedure.
Take a look at Kumar Rocker’s highlights from his season with the Tri-Metropolis Valley Cats as he will get set to hitch the Rangers after being chosen third total.
Why the Rangers took him right here: In what would be the greatest shocker of the evening, the Rangers stun everybody with the previous Vanderbilt star, a participant not projected to go till maybe fifteenth on the earliest — and now he’ll be part of his former Vandy teammate Jack Leiter within the Rangers system. It does observe a Rangers development of going for polished school prospects lately: Josh Jung in 2019, Justin Foscue in 2020 and Leiter final 12 months with the second decide. The hope is all 4 will quickly be within the majors and be part of Marcus Semien and Corey Seager to get the Rangers again within the playoff hunt. — Schoenfield
4. Pittsburgh Pirates: Termarr Johnson, 2B, Mays HS (GA),
Who’s Johnson? It is uncommon to see a prep probably second baseman go this excessive on draft evening, however Johnson has steadily ranked close to the highest of this class due to his elite hit instrument. Regardless of enjoying in a lower-tier highschool league and standing simply 5-foot-10, Johnson has impressed scouts along with his uncooked energy and pace on the basepaths, however make no mistake about it — his means to make arduous contact persistently is what lands him right here.
Take a look at highlights from Termarr Johnson, who was chosen fourth total by the Pirates within the 2022 MLB draft.
Why the Pirates took him right here: Regardless of being listed at 5-foot-10, there’s a good likelihood that Johnson will develop as the perfect pure hitter on this class — and that would assist him transfer rapidly by means of the minors for a highschool infielder. Whereas his future is probably going at second base, the Pirates are getting an offensive prospect who ranks proper up there with Holliday and Jones on the No. 4 total decide. — Mullen
5. Washington Nationals: Elijah Inexperienced, CF, IMG Academy HS (FL)
Who’s Inexperienced? Two years in the past, Inexperienced was garnering probably the most hype of any participant on this draft class and drawing comparisons to a younger Ronald Acuna Jr. The bodily instruments that had him within the early dialog as a No. 1 total decide stay, however Inexperienced’s swing mechanics, method and get in touch with price have been query marks all through his prep profession.
Take a look at among the highlights that helped make Elijah Inexperienced the fifth total decide by the Nationals.
Why the Nationals took him right here: No shock right here, even with Georgia Tech catcher Kevin Parada nonetheless on the board. The Nationals have a younger catcher in Keibert Ruiz and GM Mike Rizzo all the time likes to gamble on the high-upside expertise. In some methods, Inexperienced is just like Brady Home, final 12 months’s No. 1 decide, as a highschool participant with huge uncooked energy and swing-and-miss issues. Plus, rumor is the Nationals might need an outfielder. — Schoenfield
Who’s Berry? Berry was named nationwide freshman of the 12 months at Arizona earlier than following his coach Jay Johnson to LSU. A switch-hitter who has arguably the perfect present mixture of hit/energy/plate choice on this draft, Berry is a possible huge league common — although his ceiling and supreme place stay questions.
Why the Marlins took him right here: There may not be a safer participant than Berry taken tonight. He is a confirmed hitter on the highest ranges of school baseball and his hitting means will probably carry him to the majors as a stable on a regular basis participant — however the disadvantage is there are no instruments that scream star participant right here. This decide is harking back to when Miami chosen Vanderbilt outfielder J.J. Bleday out of the SEC with the No. 4 decide in 2019. — Mullen
7. Chicago Cubs: Cade Horton, RHP, Oklahoma
Who’s Horton? A late riser on draft boards, Cade Horton was dominant on the mound throughout Oklahoma’s School World Collection run capped by a MCWS final-record 13-strikeout outing towards eventual champion Ole Miss in Omaha. Earlier than being sidelined on account of Tommy John surgical procedure, Horton arrived at Oklahoma a neighborhood product of Norman Excessive as one of many nation’s most heralded recruits in 2020 as a two-way star on the diamond and in addition as a quarterback.
Why the Cubs took him right here: The view of Horton modified dramatically for the higher after his sturdy postseason efficiency for the Sooners. Groups do not often draft for want, but it surely’s additionally true the Cubs system is stronger in place participant prospects and weaker in beginning pitching prospects (particularly within the higher ranges). It seems the Cubs had been centered on getting a pitcher. — Schoenfield
Who’s Lee? A shortstop whereas enjoying for his father at Cal Poly, Lee may very well be ticketed for a transfer to 3rd base when he begins his professional profession. Lee lacks the standout explosive instruments of different prospects taken this excessive within the draft, however makes up for it along with his regular manufacturing. He adopted up a powerful summer time on the Cape by hitting .357 with 15 house runs this spring.
Take a look at the highlights which have helped make Brooks Lee a prime decide by the Twins.
Why the Twins took him right here: Surprises above this decide left the Twins with extra gamers within the elite tier accessible than anticipated at No. 8. They went with a participant whose bat ought to play on the left aspect of their infield as both a shortstop or third baseman. Like Berry taken two picks earlier than him, Lee feels a bit extra like a sure-thing good participant than a prospect with star upside to dream on right here. — Mullen
Who’s Cross? Unheralded out of highschool and as a freshman at Virginia Tech, Cross developed into an All-American over his remaining two seasons in Blacksburg. A left-handed hitter, Cross performed middle area in school however is prone to find yourself in proper as a professional with an above-average mixture of hit and energy that figures to carry up in an outfield nook.
Take a look at among the thrilling highlights from Royals first-round decide Gavin Cross.
Why the Royals took him right here: Drafting within the prime 10 for the fourth straight season, the Royals had gone highschool place participant (Bobby Witt Jr.), school pitcher (Asa Lacy), highschool pitcher (Frank Mozzicato) and now go along with a university place participant. Not less than GM Dayton Moore is versatile in his pondering. Cross may very well be one other fast-moving school bat — and the Royals want outfield assist. — Schoenfield
10. Colorado Rockies: Gabriel Hughes, RHP, Gonzaga
Who’s Hughes? Gonzaga’s first first-round choice since Marco Gonzales in 2013, Hughes had been a two-way participant earlier than focusing solely on pitching in 2022, exhibiting enchancment till struggling in his previous couple of begins and ending 8-3 with a 3.21 ERA. He is a 6-foot-4 right-hander who sits 93-to-96 with some scouts believing there’s extra velocity to come back.
Why the Rockies took him right here: The Rockies’ system is missing in beginning pitching prospects, particularly pitchers with frontline potential — and that is what Hughes brings because the No. 10 decide. Standing 6-foot-4 with a high-90s fastball and slider, he tasks to at the very least a mid-rotation starter. He was dominant for a lot of the 2022 season at Gonzaga, ending ninth within the nation with 138 strikeouts in 98 innings. — Mullen
11. New York Mets: Kevin Parada, C, Georgia Tech
Who’s Parada? The clear prime catching prospect on this class, Parada busted out on the plate for Georgia Tech, batting .361 with 26 house runs and 88 RBIs in 60 video games. Previous to the 2022 breakout, he was considered extra as a hit-over-power prospect, evidenced by his 9 lengthy balls in 52 video games for the Yellow Jackets in 2021. His protection tasks to be sturdy sufficient to maintain him behind the plate as a professional, however the bat is what has scouts excited.
Take a look at the highlights that helped make Kevin Parada a first-round decide by the Mets.
Why the Mets took him right here: The Mets needed to be pleasantly stunned to have Parada fall into their laps. Fourth on ESPN MLB draft knowledgeable Kiley McDaniel’s final draft ranking board, Parada was considered as a consensus top-five choice in mock drafts. In fact, the Mets have already got the perfect catching prospect within the minors in Francisco Alvarez, however these issues will work themselves out if Parada develops — whether or not which means a place change or a timeshare at catcher/DH with Alvarez sooner or later. — Schoenfield
12. Detroit Tigers: Jace Jung, 2B, Texas Tech
Who’s Jung? The youthful brother of Rangers prime prospect Josh, who additionally starred at Texas Tech, Jace has an analogous draft profile: sturdy construct, wonderful school stats, some untapped energy — and questions on his defensive future. Whereas Jace will probably by no means win any Gold Gloves at second or third base, his left-handed bat ought to play simply tremendous at both place.
Take a look at the highlights that helped Jace Jung get chosen within the first spherical by the Tigers.
Why the Tigers took him right here: We’re at some extent within the draft the place school hitters are probably the most accessible group and the Tigers have a historical past of liking gamers who’ve a historical past of big-conference efficiency with their early picks. Jung hit .328 with a 1.116 throughout his three years enjoying within the Large 12 at Texas Tech and nonetheless has room for some upside — particularly with an analogous draft-day profile to his brother, who has developed into among the finest hitting prospects in baseball. — Mullen
Who’s Neto? A late riser out of the Large South Convention, Neto dominated the competitors this spring with a .407 batting common and a ridiculous .769 slugging proportion. Regardless of an unorthodox all-out swing, he additionally confirmed he can produce towards elite pitching when he hit .307 with a 1.026 OPS on the Cape final summer time. He may need to shorten his swing within the professionals, however he has the instruments to stay at shortstop defensively.
Why the Angels took him right here: He is not from a significant convention, however the instruments are loud and the Angels are clearly determined for a shortstop on the huge league degree given the anemic offensive manufacturing they’ve acquired this season. He pitched some earlier in his profession, so has the arm energy to stay at shortstop. He was additionally 19-for-20 stealing bases, so has an all-around recreation. As he stated on the draft, “I am unable to wait to deliver some swagger to L.A.” — Schoenfield
14. New York Mets: Jett Williams, SS, Rockwall Heath HS (TX)
Who’s Williams? Standing simply 5-foot-8 (at most), Williams swings from his heels whereas additionally managing to make constant contact on the plate. He has elite quickness, a powerful arm, quick arms and energy that makes drafting a participant his measurement appear so much much less dangerous. With successful instrument to go along with his bodily means, Williams is a favourite of scouts who flocked to Texas to see him play this spring.
Why the Mets took him right here: After going with a sophisticated school prospect in Parada with the No. 11 total decide, they switched gears and are betting huge on upside right here. Williams has the potential to be the one most dynamic participant taken tonight with elite pace and fast arms highlighting an array of loud instruments and a powerful hit instrument. That each one makes him attending to his upside appear much less dangerous than you would possibly suppose for a 5-foot-8 highschool prospect. — Mullen
15. San Diego Padres: Dylan Lesko, RHP, Buford HS (GA)
Who’s Lesko? Simply the highest pitching prospect on this draft — and in latest historical past — coming into the spring, Lesko underwent Tommy John surgical procedure in April. When wholesome, he combines a mid-90s fastball and a high-spin curveball with an 80-grade changeup that McDaniel calls the perfect he has seen beneath the foremost league degree.
Take a look at the highlights that helped make Dylan Lesko a first-round decide by the Padres within the 2022 MLB draft.
Why the Padres took him right here: That is this most Padres-like decide potential, going for upside above every part else, even with the plain well being threat after surgical procedure. The final word payout is a case like Lucas Giolito, who fell into this vary when he was drafted out of highschool due to Tommy John surgical procedure, however recovered and developed into an All-Star starter. — Schoenfield
16. Cleveland Guardians: Chase DeLauter, RF, James Madison
Who’s DeLauter? A breakout performer within the Cape final summer time with a .986 OPS, DeLauter hit .437 for James Madison however performed simply 24 video games and did most of his harm towards weak competitors. There may be energy and plate self-discipline right here, however the inconsistent swing mechanics he confirmed this spring make him an fascinating decide — a possible middle-of-the-order hitter however with shades of Bradley Zimmer or Kameron Misner, two examples of gamers who struggled to make constant contact within the professionals.
Why the Guardians took him right here: DeLauter ranked No. 9 in all the class when McDaniel launched his initial 2022 draft rankings in late February. A sluggish begin to the school season in a few of his few probabilities towards elite competitors damage his inventory. There may be nonetheless so much to love right here — and the Guardians have a latest historical past of getting probably the most out of prospects — as a late-blooming, long-limbed outfielder whose future largely depends upon how a lot contact he could make. — Mullen
17. Philadelphia Phillies: Justin Crawford, CF, Bishop Gorman HS (NV)
Who’s Crawford? One other first-round decide whose father is a not too long ago retired main leaguer, Crawford (son of Carl) is among the most electrifying gamers on this class with instruments together with 80-grade pace. The massive query for Crawford is whether or not he’ll hit sufficient to get to his uncooked energy in video games, however there are few gamers on this class with extra upside than the Nevada prep who performed on the similar highschool that produced Joey Gallo and Yankees first-round decide Austin Wells.
Why the Phillies took him right here: Once more, groups do not actually draft for want, however boy do the Phillies want a middle fielder — and Crawford’s pace means he tasks as an elite defender in middle. He is additionally a pleasant match for the farm system after the Phillies drafted two highschool pitchers previously two drafts (Mick Abel and Andrew Painter). These two are performing effectively thus far, and Crawford provides the Phillies a 3rd straight excessive schooler who might find yourself being a steal at their draft place. — Schoenfield
18. Cincinnati Reds: Cam Collier, 3B, Chipola JC (FL)
Who’s Collier? The son of one more former main leaguer (Lou performed elements of eight seasons in MLB), Collier took the Bryce Harper path to the 2022 draft by reclassifying and enjoying the spring season at a junior school — as a 17-year-old. Collier’s bat is his prime instrument and he held his personal towards older competitors this spring. Like Johnson, Collier performed prep ball within the Atlanta space and his hit instrument is only a tick behind Johnson’s close to the highest of this draft class.
Take a look at the highlights that helped make Cam Collier the Reds’ first-round decide within the 2022 MLB draft.
Why the Reds took him right here: The higher query right here might find yourself being: How did 17 groups cross on the participant ranked No. 5 on McDaniel’s pre-draft top 300 board earlier than the Reds took him right here? At 17 years outdated, Collier is the youngest prime prospect on this draft, and he has already proved his means to carry his personal towards hitters three to 4 years older than him — first at juco powerhouse Chipola after which this summer time within the Cape Cod League. — Mullen
Who’s Susac? Daniel is the youthful brother of former MLB catcher Andrew Susac, a 2011 second-round decide of the Giants who spent elements of six seasons within the majors. After incomes Pac-12 Freshman of the Yr honors in 2021, Susac improved on his offensive manufacturing for Arizona this spring, posting a .366 batting common and 1.012 OPS for the Wildcats.
Why the Athletics took him right here: A draft-eligible sophomore, Susac hit .351 in his two seasons at Arizona and has the defensive chops to stay behind the plate. Some draft boards had him within the prime 15, so this may very well be an excellent worth decide for the A’s, even when catching is one in every of their strengths with Sean Murphy within the majors, plus prospects Shea Langeliers (MVP of the Futures Sport) and Tyler Soderstrom (who has been enjoying each catcher and first base in Class A). — Schoenfield
20. Atlanta Braves: Owen Murphy, RHP, Riverside Brookfield HS (IL)
Who’s Murphy? Murphy dominated Illinois highschool competitors this spring, pitching to a 0.12 ERA with 137 strikeouts in 58 1/3 innings and hitting .548 with 18 house runs as a 3rd baseman. His future is clearly on the mound although, the place his clean supply, above-average stuff and talent to throw strikes offsets the truth that he hasn’t been examined regularly as a cold-weather prep pitcher.
Why the Braves took him right here: If there’s one factor the Braves do effectively, it is drafting pitchers. Now, they’re including one other younger starter whose clear movement and command match their profile for fulfillment within the late-rising Murphy. That is assuming Murphy stays on the mound as a professional — which is anticipated — contemplating he additionally has early-rounds expertise as a place participant as a backup plan. — Mullen
21. Seattle Mariners: Cole Younger, SS, North Allegheny HS (PA)
Who’s Younger? In contrast to the highschool shortstops being chosen earlier than him, Younger’s energy is predicated extra on regular all-around efficiency than on any standout explosive instrument. Whilst a Northern highschool participant who turns 19 later this month, he’s a protected wager to hit his manner by means of the minors and keep at shortstop as a professional.
Take a look at the highlights that helped Cole Younger grow to be a first-round decide by the Mariners within the 2022 MLB draft.
Why the Mariners took him right here: The Mariners have usually gone with school picks below GM Jerry Dipoto, together with three straight school pitchers from 2018 to 2020. Nonetheless, school pitching was the weakest space of this draft, so the Mariners as a substitute go along with a second straight highschool decide. Younger is a left-handed hitter, which is a pleasant optimistic, and his hit, run and throw instruments all grade as above-average. — Schoenfield
Who’s Hjerpe? The perfect phrase to explain Hjerpe’s left-handed supply is funky. Coming from a low launch level with some cross-body movement, the deception makes it extraordinarily troublesome for hitters to choose up the ball popping out of his hand — suppose someplace between Chris Sale and Josh Hader. Whereas his upside within the majors is not fairly that degree of pitcher, his 2022 stats at Oregon State converse for themselves: 11-2 document, 2.53 ERA and 161 strikeouts with solely 23 walks allowed in 103.1 innings.
Why the Cardinals took him right here: Robust performing polished school participant from a significant school program matches the Cardinals’ latest draft historical past of pitchers to a tee. Together with his mixture of expertise and deception on the mound, Hjerpe might transfer by means of the minors and attain the majors faster than most pitchers chosen tonight. — Mullen
23. Toronto Blue Jays: Brandon Barriera, LHP, American Heritage HS (FL)
Who’s Barriera? Barriera charted a new path to the first round, opting out of the tip of his highschool season to organize for the draft. He impressed in a June exercise, flashing three plus pitches and — whereas prep beginning pitchers are all the time dangerous this excessive within the draft — he could be the most secure wager of any highschool arm who goes Sunday evening.
Take a look at the highlights from Brandon Barriera that helped him grow to be a first-round decide by the Blue Jays within the 2022 MLB draft.
Why the Blue Jays took him right here: As a result of who does not like a lefty who can hit 98 mph? Regardless of his distinctive path to the draft, no person doubts Barriera’s energy arm and four-pitch repertoire. He is additionally going to enter professional ball with a chip on his shoulder, saying the groups that handed on him are “going to remorse this.”
24. Boston Red Sox: Mikey Romero, SS, Orange Lutheran HS (CA)
Who’s Romero? An LSU commit, Romero is from the identical highschool program that has produced Gerrit Cole and up to date first-round picks Cole Winn and Garrett Mitchell (although Cole and Mitchell had been drafted out of UCLA). He does not have an excellent instrument, however he can hit and area and the Pink Sox will see if he can develop some energy.
Why the Pink Sox took him right here: That is a type of picks that can probably make much more sense after we see what the Pink Sox do with their upcoming picks. Romero ranked No. 56 on McDaniel’s pre-draft top 300, so this is not a complete attain, but it surely’s probably a strategical play to go daring with upcoming picks just like when Boston took Nick York with the seventeenth decide in 2020 draft after which adopted up by taking Blaze Jordan within the third spherical.
25. New York Yankees: Spencer Jones, RF, Vanderbilt
Who’s Jones? Standing 6-foot-7 with explosive instruments and untapped upside, Jones is arguably the most important threat/reward prospect we noticed taken Sunday evening. After injuring his pitching elbow as a two-way prospect in highschool, Jones went to Vanderbilt and has pressured his manner up draft boards by giving entrance workplaces stable manufacturing to consider in — .370 batting common, 1.103 OPS for the Commodores this spring — however he additionally struck out 64 instances in 61 video games, highlighting the chance that is still.
Take a look at the highlights that helped make Spencer Jones a first-round decide by the Yankees within the 2022 MLB draft.
Why the Yankees took him: Hey, the Yankees will want a brand new 6-foot-7 outfielder to switch Aaron Judge if he departs as a free agent. In fact, there aren’t many 6-foot-7 gamers in main league historical past, however perhaps they’ll strike it wealthy as soon as once more with a boom-or-bust expertise like Jones.
26. Chicago White Sox: Noah Schultz, LHP, Oswego East HS (IL)
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33. Baltimore Orioles
34. Arizona Diamondbacks
35. Atlanta Braves
36. Pittsburgh Pirates
37. Cleveland Guardians
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(The Dodgers’ first decide drops 10 spots, from 30 to 40, on account of exceeding the aggressive stability tax threshold.)
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(Compensation for unsigned 2021 second-round decide Jud Fabian.)
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60. Toronto Blue Jays
61. New York Yankees
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63. Milwaukee Brewers
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