2011 Baseball Draft Order – June 6-8

1. Pittsburgh
2. Seattle
3. Arizona
4. Baltimore
5. Kansas City
6. Washington
7. Arizona (unsigned pick Barret Loux)
8. Cleveland
9. Chicago Cubs
10. San Diego (unsigned pick Karsten Whitson)
11. Houston
12. Milwaukee
13. N.Y. Mets
14. Florida
15. Milwaukee (unsigned pick Dylan Covey)
16. Los Angeles Dodgers
17. Los Angeles
18. Oakland
19. Boston (Victor Martinez, Detroit)
20. Colorado
21. Toronto
22. St. Louis
23. Washington (Adam Dunn, Chicago White Sox)
24. Tampa Bay (Carl Crawford, Boston)
25. San Diego
26. Boston (Andre Beltre, Texas)
27. Cincinnati
28. Atlanta
29. San Francisco
30. Minnesota
31. Tampa Bay (Rafael Soriano, N.Y. Yankees)
32. Tampa Bay
33. Texas (Cliff Lee, Philadelphia)

34. Washington (Adam Dunn, Chicago White Sox)
35. Toronto (Scott Downs, L.A. Angels)
36. Boston (Victor Martinez, Detroit)
37. Texas (Cliff Lee, Philadelphia)
38. Tampa Bay (Rafael Soriano, N.Y. Yankees)
39. Philadelphia (Jayson Werth, Washington)
40. Boston (Andre Beltre, Texas)
41. Tampa Bay (Carl Crawford, Boston)
42. Tampa Bay (Grant Balfour, Oakland)
43. Arizona (Adam LaRoche, Washington)
44. N.Y. Mets (Pedro Feliciano, N.Y. Yankees)
45. Colorado (Octavio Dotel, Toronto)
46. Toronto (John Buck, Florida)
47. Chicago White Sox (J.J. Putz, Arizona)
48. San Diego (Jon Garland, L.A. Dodgers)
49. San Francisco (Juan Uribe, L.A. Dodgers)
50. Minnesota (Orlando Hudson, San Diego)
51. N.Y. Yankees (Javier Vazquez, Florida)
52. Tampa Bay (Brad Hawpe, San Diego)
53. Toronto (Kevin Gregg, Baltimore)
54. San Diego (Yorvit Torrealba, Texas)
55. Minnesota (Jesse Crain, Chicago White Sox)
56. Tampa Bay (Joaquin Benoit, Detroit)
57. Toronto (Miguel Olivo, Seattle)
58. San Diego (Kevin Correia, Pittsburgh)
59. Tampa Bay (Randy Choate, Florida)
60. Tampa Bay (Chad Qualls, San Diego)

61. Pittsburgh
62. Seattle
63. Arizona
64. Baltimore
65. Kansas City
66. Philadelphia (Jayson Werth, Washington)
67. Cleveland
68. Chicago Cubs
69. Houston
70. Milwaukee
71. N.Y. Mets
72. Florida
73. Los Angeles Dodgers
74. Toronto (Scott Downs, L.A. Angels)
75. Tampa Bay (Grant Balfour, Oakland)
76. Detroit
77. Colorado
78. Toronto
79. St. Louis
80. Chicago White Sox
81. Boston
82. San Diego
83. Texas
84. Cincinnati
85. Atlanta
86. San Francisco
87. Minnesota
88. N.Y. Yankees
89. Tampa Bay
90. Philadelphia

91. Pittsburgh
92. Seattle
93. Arizona
94. Baltimore
95. Kansas City
96. Washington
97. Cleveland
98. Chicago Cubs
99. Houston
100. Milwaukee
101. N.Y. Mets
102. Florida
103. Los Angeles Dodgers
104. Los Angeles
105. Oakland
106. Detroit
107. Colorado
108. Toronto
109. St. Louis
110. Chicago White Sox
111. Boston
112. San Diego
113. Texas
114. Cincinnati
115. Atlanta
116. San Francisco
117. Minnesota
118. N.Y. Yankees
119. Tampa Bay
120. Philadelphia

121. Seattle (unsigned pick Ryne Stanek)

Rounds 4-50
122. Pittsburgh
123. Seattle
124. Arizona
125. Baltimore
126. Kansas City
127. Washington
128. Cleveland
129. Chicago Cubs
130. Houston
131. Milwaukee
132. N.Y. Mets
133. Florida
134. Los Angeles Dodgers
135. Los Angeles
136. Oakland
137. Detroit
138. Colorado
139. Toronto
140. St. Louis
141. Chicago White Sox
142. Boston
143. San Diego
144. Texas
145. Cincinnati
146. Atlanta
147. San Francisco
148. Minnesota
149. N.Y. Yankees
150. Tampa Bay
151. Philadelphia

Compensation Picks

The former Club of a Player who became a free agent and ranks as a Type A or B Player shall be entitled to receive compensation in the form of a Draft choice in the First-Year Player Draft succeeding the Player’s election of free agency.

A Type A or B shall be a Player who became a free agent and ranks as a Type A or B Player under the statistical system of ranking Players set forth by the Elias Sports Bureau, using statistics based on a two-year average for each respective position group. Type A and Type B players necessitate that the Player’s former Club receive a sandwich pick in between rounds one and two.

Additional picks in the second, third and fourth rounds are exchanged from one club to another for the losses of Type A free agents. Type A Players now rank in the upper 20% of his respective position group by the Basic Agreement, instead of the upper 30% as was stipulated in the previous collective bargaining agreement.

Type B Players now rank in the upper 40%, but not in the upper 20%, of his respective position group. Under the previous collective bargaining agreement, Type B Players ranked in the upper 50% not in the upper 30%. Before the most recent collective bargaining agreement took effect for the 2008 season, a Club would receive compensation for losing a Type C free agent.

Under the new Basic Agreement, Type C free agents no longer call for a Draft pick as compensation.

Copyright Associated Press

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