MLB mock draft 3.0
There could be a big shake-up in the top five with Pittsburgh as the wild card
One more interim update before the final projection appears on Monday morning. Note that the comments here are more about the changes made since my most recent mock from last week, not deeper evaluations.
No change. Harper's next game is Monday at 2 p.m. MT at the JC World Series in Grand Junction, Colo. SCOUTING VIDEO
A fairly dramatic about-face, if true, as the Pirates have indicated all spring they'd probably eschew high school arms in the first round, as they did last year in passing on lefty Tyler Matzek. SCOUTING VIDEO
If the Pirates take Machado, the O's will take Taillon. SCOUTING VIDEO
I heard Thursday evening that the Royals would love for Machado to fall to them, which would preclude the possibility of the Mets landing him. Other than Machado, I haven't heard the Royals on a high school name.
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The Washington Nationals selected Bryce Harper from the College of Southern Nevada with the No. 1 overall pick in the 2010 First-Year Player Draft. Check out all the draft content from Keith Law and Jason A. Churchill.