ANAHEIM -- Former Angels general manager Bill Stoneman, now a senior advisor for the club, will represent the Halos at the First-Year Player Draft on June 9 at MLB Network Studios.

Stoneman was the club's GM for eight years before turning the reins over to Tony Reagins after the 2007 season. His tenure was the longest and most successful in club history, as the Angels captured a World Series championship in 2002, the franchise's first AL West crown in 18 years in 2004, the club's first back-to-back titles (2004-05) and another division championship in 2007.

Because they lost closer Francisco Rodriguez to the Mets and first baseman Mark Teixeira to the Yankees, the Angels will pick twice in the first round, selecting at Nos. 24 and 25.

MLB.com will offer live coverage and analysis of the entire First-Year Player Draft from June 9-11. MLB Network will broadcast the first round at 3 p.m. ET on June 9 from its Studio 42 in Secaucus, N.J., and those 32 selections also will be simulcast live on MLB.com.

Beginning with the 33rd pick, up-to-the-minute on-air coverage from the remaining rounds will shift exclusively to MLB.com/Live, where host Vinny Micucci will be joined by MLB.com Draft expert Jonathan Mayo and Major League Scouting Bureau director Frank Marcos.

Once the first night is done, the Draft will continue with the rounds 4-30, via conference call from MLB Headquarters in New York, at 9 a.m. PT on Wednesday, June 10. Rounds 31-50 will be on Thursday, June 11, starting at 8:30 a.m.