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Detroit Tigers take swing on Bryant University RHP Tyler Mattison in Round 4 of MLB draft

The Detroit Tigers selected Bryant University pitcher Tyler Mattison with their fourth-round pick in the 2021 MLB draft. Mattison, 21, was chosen No. 104 overall. He is the fifth player drafted by the Tigers, following high school pitcher Jackson Jobe (No. 3 overall), Texas right-handed pitcher Ty Madden (No. 32), high school infielder Izaac Pacheco (No. 39) and Alabama right-handed pitcher Dylan Smith (No. 74).
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Giants select LHP Matt Mikulski with No. 50 pick

The San Francisco Giants made it two pitchers in as many rounds in the 2021 MLB Draft on Monday, when they used their second round pick — No. 50 overall — on Fordham University left-handed pitcher Matt Mikulski. Mikulski is 6’2, 205 pounds, and 22.2 years old. Funnily enough, He...
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Aggies Ace Dustin Saenz Selected In 4th Round Of MLB Draft By Washington Nationals

The Texas A&M Aggies had a tough season on the baseball diamond this past season, finishing 29-27 on the year, and missing out on the college baseball postseason. Despite that, there were still a handful of professional prospects on the roster, including ace pitcher Dustin Saenz, who was the first Aggie selected in the 2021 MLB Draft.
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Biggest Winners and Losers of the MLB Draft Day 1

Spoiler: The Yankees might have reached.David Zalubowski/Associated Press. The first day of the first Major League Baseball draft ever held outside the month of June is complete, as teams made the initial 36 picks of the 2021 draft from the Bellco Theatre in Denver on Sunday. So, let's look at...
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2021 MLB Draft: Time, live stream, how to watch online for Day 2

Major League Baseball kicked off its 2021 Draft on Sunday night in Denver. The Pittsburgh Pirates took Louisville catcher Henry Davis with the first pick, and Vanderbilt righty Jack Leiter went No. 2 overall to the Rangers. In total, 36 picks were made on Sunday night. Here are our takeaways from the first round.
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MLB Draft Live Blog: Analyzing Every Team’s First-Round Pick

Welcome to the 2021 MLB Draft. While this year doesn’t feature a once-in-a-lifetime talent to headline the event, there’s still plenty of intrigue around the draft. There’s a trio of exciting high school shortstops, a pair of popular Vanderbilt pitchers and some powerful college hitters with plenty of upside. This draft is also the first since its debut in 1965 it takes place outside of June.
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2021 MLB draft tracker live updates: Results for all first-round picks, order, analysis and highlights

It's 2021 MLB draft day at the Bellco Theatre in Denver. The Pittsburgh Pirates started the night by selecting Louisville catcher Henry Davis with the No. 1 overall pick, followed by the Texas Rangers, Detroit Tigers, Boston Red Sox and Baltimore Orioles, with the first 36 picks of this year's event scheduled to be made on Sunday. Rounds 2-10 will take place starting at 1 p.m. ET on Monday, and the draft concludes with Rounds 11-20 beginning at noon Tuesday.
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Everything you need to know about the Draft

For the first time, the Major League Baseball Draft will be part of All-Star Weekend, beginning today in Denver. Here’s what you need to know about the three-day, 20-round 2021 Draft:. How to watch and when. For the first time since the Draft began in 1965, it will take place...
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Talking Chop

2021 MLB Draft First Round Tracker and Open Thread

The 2021 MLB Draft will officially get underway tonight at 7 p.m. ET. The Atlanta Braves hold the 24th pick of the first round. We will be updating this thread as each pick is announced so be sure to follow along and join the conversation in the comments below. First...
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Who are the best players available after Round 1 of the 2021 MLB draft?

The first day of the 2021 MLB draft is in the books, and as usually there were no shortage of surprise picks. The Tigers walked away with one of the best hauls of the night, after selecting Jackson Jobe and Ty Madden in the first and Competitive Balance rounds, respectively. Detroit will once again be on the clock shortly after the second round begins, and therefore will have the opportunity to draft one of the talented players who, for one reason or another, was passed over during the first batch of selections.
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Talking Chop

2021 MLB Draft Day 2 Tracker and Open Thread

The 2021 MLB Draft will continue Monday afternoon with the second round and will continue through Round 10. The festivities will get underway at 1 p.m. ET and will be streamed live on MLB.com. We will be updating this thread throughout the day as each pick is announced so be sure to follow along and join the conversation in the comments below.
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MLB Draft 2021 first-round takeaways: Pirates take Henry Davis; Royals make top-10 surprise; A's nab Max Muncy

Major League Baseball launched its 2021 amateur draft on Sunday night. For the first time, the draft was pushed back from its usual June date and moved to Denver, Colorado to coincide with the All-Star Game. The first round, plus Competitive Balance Round A, were conducted on Sunday and 36 picks were made. The Pirates took Louisville catcher Henry Davis with the top overall pick.
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MLB Daily Dish

The Reds select Matt McLain 17th overall in the 2021 MLB Draft

With the 17th overall pick in the 2021 MLB Draft, the Reds select Matt McLain, an infielder out of University of California, Los Angeles. The former 2018 first round draft pick is back and ready to show the major league’s what he’s made of. After telling the Diamondbacks, “thanks but no thanks” after being taken 25th overall, the utility man was able to expand on his wide variety of skills. That refining on his tools has had a huge impact on his stats today.
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The Cubs select Jordan Wicks 21st overall in the 2021 MLB Draft

With the 21st selection in the 2021 MLB Draft, the Cubs selected LHP Jordan Wicks out of Kansas State University. In a class that isn’t particularly loaded with left-handed pitching, the 6-foot-3, 220-pound Wicks is regarded by many as the top lefty in the draft. His best weapon is a low-80s changeup, and his fastball sits in the low 90s. He also throws a low-80s slider and occasionally mixes in a curveball, though that’s clearly his least developed pitch.
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Detroit News

MLB Draft, Day 3: Tigers take catchers early, four more pitchers in Rounds 11-20

Detroit — Day 1 brought the drama. Day 2 brought the depth. What's in store for Day 3?. The Tigers, who took high school right-hander Jackson Jobe with the No. 3 overall pick Sunday night, were working early and often Monday. They selected six pitchers and high school shortstop Izaac Pacheco, among others.
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