2013 Major League Baseball draft

The 2013 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft was held from June 6 through June 8, 2013.[1] The first two rounds were broadcast from Studio 42 of the MLB Network in Secaucus, New Jersey.

Each team received one selection per round, going in reverse order of the 2012 MLB season final standings. In addition, teams could receive compensation draft picks if they had made a qualifying offer to a free agent player from their team, and the player rejected the offer and signed with another team.[2]

2013 Major League Baseball draft
2013 MLB draft logo
General information
Date(s)June 6–8, 2013
LocationSecaucus, New Jersey
Network(s)MLB Network
Overview
1,216 total selections
First selectionMark Appel
Houston Astros
First round selections39

Draft order

The Washington Nationals, Atlanta Braves, Milwaukee Brewers, and Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim all surrendered their first round picks by signing players who had received and rejected qualifying offers from their previous teams: Rafael Soriano,[3] B. J. Upton,[4] Kyle Lohse,[5] and Josh Hamilton,[6] respectively. The Cleveland Indians, whose first round pick was protected as it fell in the top ten, lost their second round pick and a pick in the sandwich round between the second and third rounds for signing two players who received qualifying offers: Nick Swisher and Michael Bourn.[7]

All-Star
* Player did not sign

First round

Pick Player Team Position School
1 Mark Appel Houston Astros Right-handed pitcher Stanford
2 Kris Bryant Chicago Cubs Third baseman San Diego
3 Jon Gray Colorado Rockies Right-handed pitcher Oklahoma
4 Kohl Stewart Minnesota Twins Right-handed pitcher St. Pius X High School (TX)
5 Clint Frazier Cleveland Indians Outfielder Loganville High School (GA)
6 Colin Moran Miami Marlins Third baseman North Carolina
7 Trey Ball Boston Red Sox Left-handed pitcher New Castle Chrysler High School (IN)
8 Hunter Dozier Kansas City Royals Shortstop Stephen F. Austin
9 Austin Meadows Pittsburgh Pirates[Compensation 1] Outfielder Grayson High School (GA)
10 Phillip Bickford* Toronto Blue Jays Right-handed pitcher Oaks Christian School (CA)
11 Dominic Smith New York Mets First baseman Serra High School (CA)
12 D. J. Peterson Seattle Mariners Third baseman New Mexico
13 Hunter Renfroe San Diego Padres Outfielder Mississippi State
14 Reese McGuire Pittsburgh Pirates Catcher Kentwood High School (WA)
15 Braden Shipley Arizona Diamondbacks Right-handed pitcher Nevada
16 J. P. Crawford Philadelphia Phillies Shortstop Lakewood High School (CA)
17 Tim Anderson Chicago White Sox Shortstop East Central CC (MS)
18 Chris Anderson Los Angeles Dodgers Right-handed pitcher Jacksonville
19 Marco Gonzales St. Louis Cardinals Left-handed pitcher Gonzaga
20 Jonathon Crawford Detroit Tigers Right-handed pitcher Florida
21 Nick Ciuffo Tampa Bay Rays Catcher Lexington High School (SC)
22 Hunter Harvey Baltimore Orioles Right-handed pitcher Bandys High School (NC)
23 Alex Gonzalez Texas Rangers Right-handed pitcher Oral Roberts
24 Billy McKinney Oakland Athletics Outfielder Plano West High School (TX)
25 Christian Arroyo San Francisco Giants Shortstop Hernando High School (FL)
26 Eric Jagielo New York Yankees Third baseman Notre Dame
27 Phillip Ervin Cincinnati Reds Outfielder Samford

Compensatory round

Pick Player Team Position School
28 Rob Kaminsky St. Louis Cardinals[Compensation 2] Left-handed pitcher Saint Joseph Regional High School (NJ)
29 Ryne Stanek Tampa Bay Rays[Compensation 3] Right-handed pitcher Arkansas
30 Travis Demeritte Texas Rangers[Compensation 4] Third baseman Winder-Barrow High School (GA)
31 Jason Hursh Atlanta Braves[Compensation 5] Right-handed pitcher Oklahoma State
32 Aaron Judge New York Yankees[Compensation 6] Outfielder Fresno State
33 Ian Clarkin New York Yankees[Compensation 7] Left-handed pitcher James Madison High School (CA)

Competitive Balance Round A

Pick Player Team Position School
34 Sean Manaea Kansas City Royals Left-handed pitcher Indiana State
35 Matt Krook* Miami Marlins[Trades 1] Left-handed pitcher St. Ignatius College Prep (CA)
36 Aaron Blair Arizona Diamondbacks Right-handed pitcher Marshall
37 Josh Hart Baltimore Orioles Outfielder Parkview High School (GA)
38 Michael Lorenzen Cincinnati Reds Right-handed pitcher Cal State Fullerton
39 Corey Knebel Detroit Tigers[Trades 2] Right-handed pitcher Texas

Other notable selections

Round Pick Player Team Position School
2 40 Andrew Thurman Houston Astros Right-handed pitcher UC Irvine
2 41 Rob Zastryzny Chicago Cubs Left-handed pitcher Missouri
2 42 Ryan McMahon Colorado Rockies Third baseman Mater Dei High School (CA)
2 43 Ryan Eades Minnesota Twins Right-handed pitcher LSU
2 44 Trevor Williams Miami Marlins Right-handed pitcher Arizona State
2 45 Teddy Stankiewicz Boston Red Sox Right-handed pitcher Seminole State
2 46 Cody Reed Kansas City Royals Left-handed pitcher Northwest Mississippi Community College
2 50 Dustin Peterson San Diego Padres Shortstop Gilbert High School (AZ)
2 52 Justin Williams Arizona Diamondbacks Shortstop Terrebonne High School (LA)
2 53 Andrew Knapp Philadelphia Phillies Catcher California
2 55 Tyler Danish Chicago White Sox Right-handed pitcher Durant High School (FL)
2 56 Tom Windle Los Angeles Dodgers Left-handed pitcher Minnesota
2 57 Oscar Mercado St. Louis Cardinals Shortstop Gaither High School (FL)
2 61 Chance Sisco Baltimore Orioles Catcher Santiago High School (CA)
2 62 Akeem Bostick Texas Rangers Right-handed pitcher West Florence High School (SC)
2 63 Dillon Overton Oakland Athletics Left-handed pitcher Oklahoma
2 64 Ryder Jones San Francisco Giants Third baseman Watauga High School (NC)
2 65 Victor Caratini Atlanta Braves Catcher Miami Dade College
2 71 Chad Pinder Oakland Athletics Shortstop Virginia Tech
3 75 Jacob Hannemann Chicago Cubs Outfielder Brigham Young
3 77 Sam Moll Colorado Rockies Left-handed pitcher Memphis
3 78 Stuart Turner Minnesota Twins Catcher Ole Miss
3 83 Patrick Murphy Toronto Blue Jays Right-handed pitcher Hamilton High School (AZ)
3 84 Casey Meisner New York Mets Right-handed pitcher Cypress Woods High School (TX)
3 85 Tyler O'Neill Seattle Mariners Outfielder Garibaldi Secondary School (BC)
3 87 JaCoby Jones Pittsburgh Pirates Outfielder LSU
3 88 Daniel Palka Arizona Diamondbacks First baseman Georgia Tech
3 89 Cord Sandberg Philadelphia Phillies Outfielder Manatee High School (FL)
3 90 Barrett Astin Milwaukee Brewers Right-handed pitcher Arkansas
3 91 Jacob May Chicago White Sox Outfielder Coastal Carolina
3 92 Brandon Dixon Los Angeles Dodgers Third baseman Arizona
3 93 Mike Mayers St. Louis Cardinals Right-handed pitcher Ole Miss
3 95 Keynan Middleton Los Angeles Angels Right-handed pitcher Lane Community College
3 98 Stephen Tarpley Baltimore Orioles Left-handed pitcher Scottsdale Community College
3 100 Ryon Healy Oakland Athletics First baseman Oregon
3 101 Chase Johnson San Francisco Giants Right-handed pitcher Cal Poly
3 105 Drew Ward Washington Nationals Third baseman Leedey High School (OK)
4 109 Jordan Patterson Colorado Rockies Outfielder South Alabama
4 110 Stephen Gonsalves Minnesota Twins Left-handed pitcher Cathedral Catholic High School (CA)
4 111 Kyle Crockett Cleveland Indians Left-handed pitcher Virginia
4 116 L. J. Mazzilli New York Mets Second baseman Connecticut
4 122 Taylor Williams Milwaukee Brewers Right-handed pitcher Kent State
4 124 Cody Bellinger Los Angeles Dodgers First baseman/outfielder Hamilton High School (AZ)
4 128 Kean Wong Tampa Bay Rays Second baseman Waiakea High School (HI)
4 129 Jonah Heim Baltimore Orioles Catcher Amherst Central High School (NY)
4 130 Isiah Kiner-Falefa Texas Rangers Shortstop Mid-Pacific Institute (HI)
4 131 Dylan Covey Oakland Athletics Right-handed pitcher San Diego
4 134 Tyler Wade New York Yankees Shortstop Murrieta Valley High School (CA)
4 135 Ben Lively Cincinnati Reds Right-handed pitcher UCF
4 136 Nick Pivetta Washington Nationals Right-handed pitcher New Mexico Junior College
5 137 Tony Kemp Houston Astros Second baseman Vanderbilt
5 140 Aaron Slegers Minnesota Twins Right-handed pitcher Indiana
5 142 Chad Wallach Miami Marlins Catcher Cal State Fullerton
5 143 Corey Littrell Boston Red Sox Left-handed pitcher Kentucky
5 147 Jack Reinheimer Seattle Mariners Shortstop East Carolina
5 150 Jamie Westbrook Arizona Diamondbacks Shortstop Basha High School (AZ)
5 156 Buck Farmer Detroit Tigers Right-handed pitcher Georgia Tech
5 157 Kyle McGowin Los Angeles Angels Right-handed pitcher Savannah State
5 158 Johnny Field Tampa Bay Rays Second baseman Arizona
5 161 Bobby Wahl Oakland Athletics Right-handed pitcher Ole Miss
5 162 Dan Slania San Francisco Giants Right-handed pitcher Notre Dame
5 166 Austin Voth Washington Nationals Right-handed pitcher Washington
6 167 Jacob Nottingham Houston Astros Catcher Redlands High School (CA)
6 169 Dom Nunez Colorado Rockies Third baseman Elk Grove High School (CA)
6 174 Luke Farrell Kansas City Royals Right-handed pitcher Northwestern
6 175 Matthew Boyd Toronto Blue Jays Left-handed pitcher Oregon State
6 176 Champ Stuart New York Mets Outfielder Brevard College
6 178 Trevor Gott San Diego Padres Right-handed pitcher Kentucky
6 179 Adam Frazier Pittsburgh Pirates Shortstop Mississippi State
6 182 Garrett Cooper Milwaukee Brewers First baseman Auburn
6 184 Jacob Rhame Los Angeles Dodgers Right-handed pitcher Grayson College
6 190 Sam Wolff Texas Rangers Right-handed pitcher New Mexico
6 191 Kyle Finnegan Oakland Athletics Right-handed pitcher Texas State
6 195 Zack Weiss Cincinnati Reds Right-handed pitcher UCLA
7 204 Kyle Bartsch Kansas City Royals Left-handed pitcher South Alabama
7 205 Conner Greene Toronto Blue Jays Right-handed pitcher Santa Monica High School (CA)
7 207 Tyler Olson Seattle Mariners Left-handed pitcher Gonzaga
7 208 Jake Bauers San Diego Padres First baseman Marina High School (CA)
7 213 Trey Michalczewski Chicago White Sox Third baseman Jenks High School (OK)
7 220 Nick Gardewine Texas Rangers Right-handed pitcher Kaskaskia College
7 224 Nick Rumbelow New York Yankees Right-handed pitcher LSU
7 225 Tyler Mahle Cincinnati Reds Right-handed pitcher Westminster High School (CA)
8 235 Kendall Graveman Toronto Blue Jays Right-handed pitcher Mississippi State
8 237 Tyler Smith Seattle Mariners Shortstop Oregon State
8 240 Brad Keller Arizona Diamondbacks Right-handed pitcher Flowery Branch High School (GA)
8 244 Kyle Farmer Los Angeles Dodgers Catcher Georgia
8 246 Zac Reininger Detroit Tigers Right-handed pitcher Hill College
8 247 Nate Smith Los Angeles Angels Left-handed pitcher Furman
8 249 Trey Mancini Baltimore Orioles First baseman Notre Dame
8 253 Kyle Wren Atlanta Braves Outfielder Georgia Tech
9 259 Pat Valaika Colorado Rockies Shortstop UCLA
9 260 Mitch Garver Minnesota Twins Catcher New Mexico
9 261 Thomas Pannone Cleveland Indians Left-handed pitcher College of Southern Nevada
9 263 Kyle Martin Boston Red Sox Right-handed pitcher Texas A&M
9 265 Chad Girodo Toronto Blue Jays Left-handed pitcher Mississippi State
9 269 Chad Kuhl Pittsburgh Pirates Right-handed pitcher Delaware
9 278 Austin Pruitt Tampa Bay Rays Right-handed pitcher Houston
10 288 Zack Godley Chicago Cubs Right-handed pitcher Tennessee
10 289 Mike Tauchman Colorado Rockies Outfielder Bradley
10 297 Emilio Pagan Seattle Mariners Right-handed pitcher Belmont Abbey College
10 299 Shane Carle Pittsburgh Pirates Right-handed pitcher Long Beach State
10 300 Jimmie Sherfy Arizona Diamondbacks Right-handed pitcher Oregon
10 303 Brad Goldberg Chicago White Sox Right-handed pitcher Ohio State
10 314 Tyler Webb New York Yankees Left-handed pitcher South Carolina
10 315 Daniel Wright Cincinnati Reds Right-handed pitcher Arkansas State
11 321 Adam Plutko Cleveland Indians Right-handed pitcher UCLA
11 323 Carlos Asuaje Boston Red Sox Shortstop Nova Southeastern
11 336 Chad Green Detroit Tigers Right-handed pitcher Louisville
11 339 Steven Brault Baltimore Orioles Left-handed pitcher Regis
12 355 Tim Mayza Toronto Blue Jays Left-handed pitcher Millersville University of Pennsylvania
12 356 Jeff McNeil New York Mets Second baseman California State University
13 382 J. T. Riddle Miami Marlins Second baseman Kentucky
13 399 Jimmy Yacabonis Baltimore Orioles Right-handed pitcher Saint Joseph's
14 410 Zach Granite Minnesota Twins Outfielder Seton Hall
14 420 Steve Hathaway Arizona Diamondbacks Left-handed pitcher Franklin Pierce University
14 428 Jaime Schultz Tampa Bay Rays Right-handed pitcher High Point
14 429 Mike Yastrzemski Baltimore Orioles Outfielder Vanderbilt
15 437 James Farris* Houston Astros Right-handed pitcher Arizona
15 460 Cody Ege Texas Rangers Left-handed pitcher Louisville
15 463 Matt Marksberry Atlanta Braves Left-handed pitcher Campbell
16 474 Kevin McCarthy Kansas City Royals Right-handed pitcher Marist
16 475 Danny Jansen Toronto Blue Jays Catcher Appleton West High School (WI)
17 521 Jaycob Brugman Oakland Athletics Outfielder Brigham Young
18 554 Dustin Fowler New York Yankees Outfielder West Laurens High School (GA)
19 573 Adam Engel Chicago White Sox Outfielder Louisville
20 594 Glenn Sparkman Kansas City Royals Right-handed pitcher Wharton County Junior College
22 651 Ben Heller Cleveland Indians Right-handed pitcher Olivet Nazarene University
22 661 Mark Leiter Jr. Philadelphia Phillies Right-handed pitcher NJIT
22 665 Luke Voit St. Louis Cardinals Catcher Missouri State
22 675 Layne Somsen Cincinnati Reds Right-handed pitcher South Dakota State
23 699 Stefan Crichton Baltimore Orioles Right-handed pitcher Texas Christian University
24 724 José De León Los Angeles Dodgers Right-handed pitcher Southern
25 757 Alan Busenitz Los Angeles Angels Right-handed pitcher Kennesaw State
27 816 Joe Mantiply Detroit Tigers Left-handed pitcher Virginia Tech
27 819 Donnie Hart Baltimore Orioles Left-handed pitcher Texas State
28 835 Matt Dermody Toronto Blue Jays Left-handed pitcher Iowa
29 871 Cavan Biggio* Philadelphia Phillies Shortstop St. Thomas High School (TX)
29 878 Hunter Wood Tampa Bay Rays Right-handed pitcher Howard College
30 895 Rowdy Tellez Toronto Blue Jays First baseman Elk Grove High School (CA)
30 910 Joe Palumbo Texas Rangers Left-handed pitcher St. John the Baptist Diocesan High School (NY)
31 945 Andrew Benintendi* Cincinnati Reds Outfielder Madeira High School (OH)
33 977 Tyler White Houston Astros Third baseman Western Carolina
33 991 Harrison Musgrave* Philadelphia Phillies Left-handed pitcher West Virginia
35 1,037 Kacy Clemens* Houston Astros Right-handed pitcher Memorial High School (TX)
35 1,056 A. J. Puk* Detroit Tigers Left-handed pitcher Washington High School (IA)
36 1,095 Taylor Hearn* Cincinnati Reds Left-handed pitcher San Jacinto College
40 1,216 Shaun Anderson* Washington Nationals Right-handed pitcher American Heritage School (FL)

Notes

Compensation picks
  1. ^ Compensation pick for failing to sign Mark Appel in the 2012 Major League Baseball Draft
  2. ^ Compensation pick for the Milwaukee Brewers signing Kyle Lohse
  3. ^ Compensation pick for the Atlanta Braves signing B. J. Upton
  4. ^ Compensation pick for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim signing Josh Hamilton
  5. ^ Compensation pick for the Cleveland Indians signing Michael Bourn
  6. ^ Compensation pick for the Cleveland Indians signing Nick Swisher
  7. ^ Compensation pick for the Washington Nationals signing Rafael Soriano
Traded picks
  1. ^ The Marlins acquired the 35th overall pick, and Gorkys Hernández from the Pirates in exchange for Gaby Sánchez, and Kyle Kaminska on July 31, 2012.[8]
  2. ^ The Tigers acquired the 39th overall pick, Aníbal Sánchez, and Omar Infante from the Marlins in exchange for Brian Flynn, Rob Brantly, and Jacob Turner on July 23, 2012.[9]

NCAA investigation

The Philadelphia Phillies selected college juniors Ben Wetzler of Oregon State University in the fifth round and Jason Monda of Washington State University in the sixth round of the draft. Both entered into negotiations with the Phillies with the help of a financial adviser, which is against National Collegiate Athletic Association rules. Both also chose to return to college for their senior year. The Phillies reported Wetzler and Monda to the NCAA, which cleared Monda and suspended Wetzler for the first 11 games of the college season.[10][11]

Player Notes

Kyle Crockett, the Cleveland Indians fourth round pick out of the University of Virginia, was promoted to the Indians on May 16, 2014. This made Crockett the first 2013 draftee to reach the major leagues.[12]

Marco Gonzales, the St. Louis Cardinals' first round pick, made his MLB debut on June 25, 2014. This made Gonzales the first 2013 first round pick to reach the major leagues.[13]

Nate Orf, who went undrafted out of Baylor University in 2013, signed with the Milwaukee Brewers for $500 and worked his way up through their farm system, making his MLB debut with them on July 2, 2018. His first hit two days later turned out to be the game-winning home run and he was carried back out by his teammates for a curtain call.[14]

See also

References

  1. ^ Mayo, Jonathan (November 20, 2012). "Draft class of 2013 starting to take shape". MLB.com. Retrieved March 28, 2013.
  2. ^ Mayo, Jonathan (March 12, 2013). "All nine players turn down qualifying offers". MLB.com. Retrieved March 28, 2013.
  3. ^ Nationals boost bullpen, sign Soriano to two-year deal MLB.com
  4. ^ "B.J. Upton, Braves Finalize $75.25M, 5-Year Contract". Huffington Post. November 29, 2012.
  5. ^ Stan McNeal. "Kyle Lohse, Brewers agree to three-year deal – MLB – Sporting News". Aol.sportingnews.com. Retrieved March 28, 2013.
  6. ^ "Josh Hamilton enthusiastic to begin era with Angels | MLB.com: News". Mlb.mlb.com. Retrieved March 28, 2013.
  7. ^ "Michael Bourn gets four-year, $48 million contract from busy Indians | MLB.com: News". Mlb.mlb.com. March 12, 2013. Retrieved March 28, 2013.
  8. ^ Jong, Michael (July 31, 2012). "Miami Marlins Trade Gaby Sanchez to Pittsburgh Pirates, Acquire Gorkys Hernandez and Draft Pick". Fish Stripes.
  9. ^ Frisaro, Joe (July 23, 2012). "Marlins deal Anibal, Infante for Tigers prospects". MLB.com.
  10. ^ "Ben Wetzler, draft pick that Phillies reportedly told NCAA on, suspended". NJ.com. February 21, 2014. Retrieved February 22, 2014.
  11. ^ "The Phillies Files: Phillies reportedly turn in draft pick Wetzler to NCAA". Blogs.mcall.com. June 19, 2013. Retrieved February 22, 2014.
  12. ^ "Indians pitcher Kyle Crockett shares the story of getting called to the majors (video)". cleveland.com. Retrieved May 17, 2014.
  13. ^ "Marco Gonzales to get call-up to Cardinals; ex-Colorado prep pitcher to debut Wednesday". denverpost.com. June 23, 2014. Retrieved March 20, 2018.
  14. ^ "Undrafted Nate Orf carried out for curtain call by Brewers teammates after first MLB home run". CBSSports.com. Retrieved July 5, 2018.

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