6/7/2013 | Peterson brothers both go on Day 1 of Draft
D.J. Peterson, a college third baseman out of New Mexico, was the 12th overall pick by the Mariners. Little brother Dustin, a shortstop from Gilbert (Ariz.) High School, went to the Padres in the second round at pick No. 50.
6/7/2013 | O's grab high school backstop Sisco at No. 61
The Orioles -- the youngest team in the American League -- continued their youth movement in Thursday night's First-Year Player Draft, selecting high school catcher Chance Sisco with the 61st overall pick.
6/7/2013 | O's tab prep outfielder Hart with pick No. 37
The Orioles selected prep outfielder Josh Hart with the 37th overall pick, the fourth selection in the First-Year Player Draft's Competitive Balance Round A.
6/7/2013 | Righty Church gives Mets high schooler trend
With their second-round selection of right-hander Andrew Church, the Mets completed Day 1 of their Draft having acquired two new high school players for the farm.
6/7/2013 | Twins add LSU righty Eades in second round
The Twins continued to address their biggest organizational need, picking Louisiana State University right-hander Ryan Eades with the No. 43 overall pick in the second round of the First-Year Player Draft on Thursday night.
6/7/2013 | With late Day 1 pick, Nationals draft Johansen
The Nationals made their first selection of the 2013 First-Year Player Draft in the second round, 68th overall, when they took right-hander Jake Johansen of Dallas Baptist University.
6/6/2013 | Ichiro back in Seattle, where legacy stands
Traded to the Yankees last July after a career's worth of accomplishments with the Mariners, Ichiro Suzuki returned to Seattle for Thursday's series opener between the clubs, content with how both teams have benefited since the deal.
6/6/2013 | Early in Draft not time for teams to play it safe
The top three picks in this year's Draft all were players with big-time tools, and that's the way it should be. Smart teams can find role players and solid regulars after the first few picks.
6/6/2013 | Astros add to starting pitcher depth with Thurman
By the time the first round of Thursday's First-Year Player Draft was coming to a close, the Astros were thrilled to see that UC-Irvine pitcher Andrew Thurman was still available. So when the 40th pick rolled around, they knew they had their man.
6/6/2013 | Bucs take 17-year-old high school lefty in 2nd round
With their second-round pick, and third selection on the first night of the Draft, the Pirates took Blake Taylor, a left-handed pitcher from Dana Hills High in Southern California.
6/6/2013 | Brewers take high school righty with 54th pick
The Brewers' long wait ended at 10:18 p.m. CT on Thursday, when the team used its first pick in the 2013 First-Year Player Draft on right-hander Devin Williams, a high-school arm from Hazelwood West High School in Missouri.
6/6/2013 | Dodgers use second pick on Minnesota lefty Windle
The Dodgers selected Tom Windle, a left-handed pitcher from the University of Minnesota, in the second round (56th overall) of the 2013 First-Year Player Draft Thursday.
6/6/2013 | Prospects put emotions on display in Network studio
Credit to the nine young men who let their Draft day developments play out in living color, in the shadow of the New Jersey Turnpike, in an MLB Network studio loaded with MLB royalty. For in this room, you could see the tears of joy, but you could also feel the anxiety.
6/6/2013 | Selig has a blast fulfilling Draft night duties
Commissioner Bud Selig said he relishes stepping up to the podium to announce the first-round picks for the First-Year Player Draft. It was the seventh consecutive year that Selig has read the selections in a live event.
6/6/2013 | Royals rally with four-run eighth to claim series
One night after ending a franchise-record 11-game home losing streak, the Royals defeated the Minnesota Twins, 7-3, to take the series.
6/6/2013 | Cloyd pushes Phillies above .500 for first time
Tyler Cloyd scattered four hits over 6 2/3 shutout innings and the Phillies won their fifth consecutive game to push above .500 for the first time this year with a 5-1 win over the Brewers on Thursday night at Miller Park.
6/6/2013 | Cubs draft Mizzou lefty Zastryzny in second round
The Cubs took a step toward improving their pitching by selecting Missouri left-hander Rob Zastryzny with the 41st overall pick of the First-Year Player Draft on Thursday.
6/6/2013 | Appel's homecoming could mark return to winning ways
Astros general manager Jeff Luhnow raved about first overall pick Mark Appel, about his pure physical gifts, work ethic, smarts and intangibles the Astros believe will make him a cornerstone of a rotation -- and a franchise -- for years.
6/6/2013 | Braves stock up on pitching with college arm Hursh
Looking to add to the supply of power arms already in their organization, the Braves took right-handed pitcher Jason Hursh with the 31st overall selection in this year's First-Year Player Draft. They took Miami Dade catcher Victor Caratini with their second-round selection.
6/6/2013 | Padres pick college slugger in Round 1
The Padres, looking for an impact bat for their system, selected Mississippi State outfielder Hunter Renfroe with the 13th-overall pick in the First-Year Player Draft on Thursday.
6/6/2013 | Miller joins fun, hits one of five St. Louis clouts
In the midst of the First-Year Player Draft, the Cardinals used four rookie pitchers and knocked around the D-backs with five home runs and a season-high 17 hits for a dominating 12-8 victory in front of a sold-out crowd of 43,798 at Busch Stadium on Thursday night.
6/6/2013 | Outfielder from small school looks to be big player
With their first pick in the Draft on Thursday night, 27th overall, the Reds selected Phillip Ervin out of Samford University, an outfielder who wanted to go to one of the bigger Alabama colleges.
6/6/2013 | Giants surprise Draft experts by taking Arroyo
Shortstop Christian Arroyo has so much going for him that he couldn't care less about being considered an unexpected first-round Draft choice by the Giants.
6/6/2013 | Rays fill catching need with selection of Ciuffo
Catching has been a problem spot in the Rays organization, which made South Carolina high school backstop Nick Ciuffo the logical choice for its first pick -- the 21st -- of Thursday's First-Year Player Draft.
6/6/2013 | Yanks nab Notre Dame third baseman 26th
For the first time in six years, the Yankees used their top selection in the First-Year Player Draft on a collegiate pick, calling the name of Notre Dame third baseman Eric Jagielo 26th overall on Thursday.
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