Here's the comp round picks 32-42:
Minnesota: J.O. Berrios, rhp, Papa Juan XXIII HS, Bayamon, P.R.: Added 25 pounds since this summer and pushed fastball up to 96 mph.
San Diego: Zach Eflin, rhp, Hagerty HS, Oviedo, Fla.: Slowed by biceps tendinitis, but was up to 97 mph early with plus changeup.
Oakland: Daniel Robertson, 3b, Upland (Calif.) HS: Polished line-drive machine draws Will Middlebrooks comparisons.
New York (NL): Kevin Plawecki, c, Purdue: Physical college receiver with fringy to average tools across the board.
St. Louis: Stephen Piscotty, 3b, Stanford: Polished hitter, but defensive questions without power for corner outfield.
Boston: Pat Light, rhp, Monmouth: Lanky, projectable Northeast arm needs to improve breaking ball; fastball has touched 96-97
Milwaukee: Mitch Haniger, of, Cal Poly: Physicality and power potential make him a top prospect; 13 homers this spring
Texas: Joey Gallo, 3b, Bishop Gorman HS, Las Vegas: Biggest raw power in the draft. Questions about swing/miss. Also up to 98 off the mound.
Phillies: Shane Watson, rhp, Lakewood (Calif.) HS: Barrel-chested hard-thrower is still trying to harness command of plus stuff.
Astros: Lance McCullers, rhp, Jesuit HS, Tampa: Son of big league power reliever is physical and some scouts see two 80 pitches. No. 13 on BA 500.
Twins: Luke Bard, rhp, Georgia Tech: Daniel’s little brother had 92-95 mph velo before torn lat muscle interrupted season
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