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PickTeamPlayerSchoolPosB/THtWtDOBClass
687Lakind, JaredCypress Woods HS (TX)1BL/L6'02"1951992-03-09HS
Comments: Lakind played in the AFLAC All-American High School Classic in August 2009 and committed to play at the University of Arkansas.
1493Larsson-Danforth, TryggYale1BL/R6'06"2351987-02-09SR
1123Lopez, CarlosCal State - Fullerton1BL/R6'01"2101989-07-16FR
881Lawson, ScottMiami2BL/R5'10"1801987-08-12SR
400LePage, PierreConnecticut2BR/R5'08"1681989-02-23JR
581Lyerly, CraigeCatawba College2BR/R6'00"1851988-08-24SR
500Langfels, JaysonEastern Kentucky3BR/R6'02"2051988-08-17JR
101Leonard, JoePittsburgh3BR/R6'05"2151988-08-26JR
Comments: The Big East is a good place to look for some talent at the hot corner and Leonard has the chance to be one of the highest-drafted Pitt players in recent memory. He has excellent defensive skills at third and has shown the ability to hit for plenty of average. He hasn't hit for a ton of power in college, but some feel he will develop more as he matures. He's the kind of college hitter who should get taken somewhere in the second to third round.
125Lewis, ChadMarina HS (CA)3BR/R6'03"2001991-12-10HS
Comments: Lewis looks the part of a third baseman, from his offensive skill set to his glove work to his physical appearance. Tall and muscular, he can hit to all fields and should have more than enough power for the position. He has the hands, range and arm to stick at third as well. While there are some issues with his swing, he's shown a knack for performing well under the spotlight. The total package makes him one of the more intriguing high school position players in the 2010 Draft class.
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712Larosa, BJBucknell UniversityCR/R6'02"2001988-04-28SR
684Larson, FrancisUniversity of California - IrvineCR/R6'01"2001988-05-05SR
240Lavisky, AlexanderSt. Edward HS (OH)CR/R6'01"1991-01-13HS
176Leonida, ColeGeorgia TechCR/R6'02"2201988-12-25JR
253Leyland, PatrickBishop Canevin HS (PA)CR/R6'02"1991-10-11HS
1042Lincoln, JoeMissouri Southern StateCR/R6'04"2301988-09-16JR
725Lipkin, RyanUniversity of San FranciscoCR/R6'01"2051987-10-085S
62LaMarre, RyanMichiganCFR/L6'02"1988-11-21JR
Comments: LaMarre's name was shooting up Draft boards when he showed he was fully recovered from an early thumb injury. He can swing the bat and has made some nice adjustments following a rough summer on the Cape. He runs well, though isn't a burner, and plays good defense. While he might be a tweener -- not enough speed for center, not enough power for a corner -- his overall skill set and baseball know-how had his name being mentioned in first-round conversations.
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109Landry, LeonLSUCFL/R5'11"1951989-09-20JR
Comments: Landry made a smooth transition from high school infielder to LSU outfielder and now looks like he has the makings of a quality center fielder. He's made changes to his offensive approach and has been more productive this year, with fewer strikeouts and more walks. He has some pop, but power isn't a huge part of his game. He is probably a step below the top college bats in this class, but succeeding at LSU in the SEC will certainly help his Draft stock.
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421Linton, TyCharlotte Christian School (NC)CFR/R6'03"1991-01-17HS
Comments: Whoever takes Linton in the Draft will be buying into his future power potential. A two-sport star who could play both baseball and football in college, Linton has outstanding raw power at the plate. With a long swing, however, some worry about his ability to tap into that power consistently. He's athletic enough to where he should be a decent enough outfielder in the future and he's shown glimpses of above-average speed. If you believe the bat will come around, you might see him as an everyday left fielder with the pop to stay in a corner spot.
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288Lofton, ChristopherJones County JCCFL/R6'01"1751990-05-20J2
221Lorenzen, MichaelFullerton HS (CA)CFR/R6'02"1801992-01-04HS
Comments: Lorenzen is an intriguing high school outfield prospect who opened some eyes early at the Urban Youth Acadmy Showcase. He's always shown a good feel for the game, but his toolset had been lacking. That began to change at the showcase, as he ran better, showed a plus arm and good defensive skills to go along with his overall hitting ability. If the tools continue to pop out to scouts along with his instincts for the game, he could move up the charts as June approaches.
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957Lyles, ChaseNorthwestern StateIFR/R6'02"2061987-01-135S
1265Lechich, LouieSt Marys HS (CA)LHPL/L6'04"2001991-11-19HS
1136Lee, NickWeatherford CollegeLHPL/L6'00"1801991-01-13J1
1118Lee, ChristopherRobinson HS (FL)LHPL/L6'03"1751992-08-17HS
1012Lee, BrettBishop State JCLHPL/L6'04"1851990-09-20J1
1147Leonard, MatthewCal Poly - San Luis ObispoLHPL/L6'00"1901988-09-02SR
1435Lewis, FrederickTennessee Wesleyan CollegeLHPL/L6'02"2101986-12-165S
641Liberatore, AdamTennessee TechLHPL/L6'03"2301987-05-125S
432Linehan, TylerSheldon HS (CA)LHPL/L6'00"2401991-08-30HS
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First Round

2010 mlb draft cap
Schedule
  • June 7, 7 p.m. ET
    Round 1, First-Year Player Draft, Secaucus, N.J.
    June 8, noon ET
    Rounds 2-30, First-Year Player Draft
    June 9, noon ET
    Rounds 31-50, First-Year Player Draft