MLB Draft 2020: Round 2 start time, live stream, TV channel, watch online, pick order

MLB Draft 2020: Round 2 start time, live stream, TV channel, watch online, pick order

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MLB Draft Recap: Winners From Round 1 Of MLB Draft

Major League Baseball will conclude its 2020 amateur draft on Thursday. The draft started on Wednesday, with the Detroit Tigers selecting Arizona State University first baseman Spencer Torkelson No. 1 overall, and teams making a combined 37 picks. Rounds two through five will take place on Thursday, beginning at 5 p.m. ET. 

Below you’ll find more information about how to watch the draft’s second day.

Viewing information for Day 2

  • Date: Thursday, June 11
  • Time: 5 p.m. ET
  • TV: MLB Network and ESPN2
  • Streaming:
  • Picks: 38-160 (Rounds: 2nd, Competitive Balance Round B, Supplemental 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th)

Round 2 draft order

38. Detroit Tigers

39. Baltimore Orioles

40. Miami Marlins

41. Kansas City Royals

42. Toronto Blue Jays

43. Seattle Mariners

44. Pittsburgh Pirates

45. San Diego Padres

46. Colorado Rockies

47. Chicago White Sox

48. Cincinnati Reds

49. San Francisco Giants

50. Texas Rangers

51. Chicago Cubs

52. New York Mets

53. Milwaukee Brewers

54. St. Louis Cardinals

55. Washington Nationals

56. Cleveland Indians

57. Tampa Bay Rays

58. Oakland Athletics

59. Minnesota Twins

60. Los Angeles Dodgers

The Houston Astros were stripped of their first and second round picks in the 2020 and 2021 drafts as part of their punishment for the sign-stealing scandal. The Red Sox were only stripped of this year’s second round pick for their sign-stealing scandal.

Best players available

Here are the top players available on Day 2 according to Anderson’s top 50 rankings. Teams will spend Thursday morning talking to these players and trying to pin down everyone’s willingness to sign, and their bonus demands.  

  1. Jared Kelley, RHP, Refugio High School (TX) 

  2. Chris McMahon, RHP, Miami

  3. J.T. Ginn, RHP, Mississippi State 

  4. Daniel Cabrera, OF, LSU 

  5. Cole Wilcox, RHP, Georgia 

  6. Logan Allen, LHP, FIU 

  7. Clayton Beeter, RHP, Texas Tech 

  8. Dax Fulton, LHP, Mustang High School (OK) 

  9. Carson Montgomery, RHP, Windermere High School (FL) 

  10. Masyn Winn, SS/RHP, Kingwood High School (TX) 

  11. Casey Martin, SS/OF, Arkansas 

  12. Dillon Dingler, C, Ohio State 

  13. Jared Jones, RHP, La Mirada High School (CA) 

  14. Burl Carraway, LHP, Dallas Baptist

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