Players signed indicated in Bold

Pick Overall Team Player Position School State Bonus
1 1478 Tampa Bay Rays Kyle Peterson C Hamilton HS, Chandler, Ariz. Ariz.
2 1479 Pittsburgh Pirates Craig Parry OF South Dakota State S.D.
Craig Parry generates lefthanded power with an uppercut swing, and he has enough arm strength and athleticism that a team could consider making him a full-time catcher in pro ball.
3 1480 Kansas City Royals Travis Jones C Sabino HS, Tucson Ariz. $100,000
Tucson's Travis Jones had shown raw power and a solid catcher's body while hitting 15 homers this spring, and he's committed to Arizona. Jones also could wind up at Pima CC if he decides against committing to three years of college.
4 1481 Baltimore Orioles Wes Soto 2B Riverview HS, Sarasota, Fla. Fla.
5 1482 San Francisco Giants Chase Ware RHP Arkansas State Ark.
6 1483 Florida Marlins Colin Hoffman OF St. Augustine HS, San Diego Calif.
7 1484 Cincinnati Reds Kevin Leslie OF Faulkner (Ala.) Ala.
8 1485 Chicago White Sox Steve Florence SS Simeon Career Academy, Chicago Ill.
9 1486 Washington Nationals Fernando Frias OF Washington HS, New York N.Y.
Outfielder Fernando Frias has plenty of raw power but a raw approach, though he could hit home runs by the bushel in junior college.
10 1487 Houston Astros Jamal Austin OF Harrison HS, Kennesaw, Ga. Ga.
11 1488 Texas Rangers Josh Rosecrans C Santa Fe HS, Edmond, Okla. Okla.
12 1489 Oakland Athletics Derek Wiley 1B Belmont Tenn.
13 1490 St. Louis Cardinals Danny Miranda LHP Killian HS, Miami Fla.
14 1491 Minnesota Twins Tyler Anderson LHP Spring Valley HS, Las Vegas Nev.
15 1492 Milwaukee Brewers Sean Nolin LHP Seaford (N.Y.) HS N.Y.
16 1493 Atlanta Braves Dylan Lightell RHP West Hills (Calif.) JC Calif.
17 1494 Chicago Cubs Pete Levitt RHP Pitt (N.C.) JC N.C.
18 1495 Seattle Mariners Walker Kelly LHP Arlington Heights HS, Fort Worth, Texas Texas
19 1496 Detroit Tigers Landon Hernandez C Hawaii Hawaii
Landon Hernandez, who has solid-average catch and throw tools that could have made him a first 10 rounds pick entering the year, expands his zone too much at the plate. He hit ninth for Hawaii this season and fits better as a senior sign.
20 1497 New York Mets Kameron Brunty OF Gulf Breeze (Fla.) HS Fla.
21 1498 Philadelphia Phillies Josh Hake RHP Park (Ariz.) Ariz.
22 1499 Colorado Rockies Josh Hungerman LHP Cleveland State Ohio
23 1500 Arizona Diamondbacks Sean Koecheler RHP Palm Beach (Fla.) JC Fla.
24 1501 Los Angeles Angels Joey Belviso OF American Heritage HS, Plantation, Fla. Fla.
Even with Adrian Nieto and Eric Hosmer on the roster, outfielder Joe Belviso led the team in home runs. Playing center field, Belviso is an inconsistent defender and might be forced to a corner position. He has a short power swing with a chance to hit at the next level.
25 1502 New York Yankees Nik Turley LHP Harvard-Westlake HS, Los Angeles Calif. $125,000
26 1503 Cleveland Indians Hector Acosta-Carillo OF Junction City (Kan.) HS Kan.
27 1504 Boston Red Sox Kyle Stroup RHP Grant HS, Fox Lake, Ill. Ill. $150,000