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 Post subject: 2010 New York Mets Draft Selections & Signing Status
PostPosted: Fri Jun 04, 2010 10:52 am 
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2010 New York Mets Draft Selections:

1, 7: Matt Harvey, RHP, UNC, R/R, 6'4", 225, 3/27/89
3, 89: Blake Forsythe, C, Tennessee, R/R, 6'2", 220, 7/31/89
4, 122: Cory Vaughn, CF, San Diego State, R/R, 6'4", 225, 5/1/89
5, 152: Matt Den Dekker, CF, Florida, L/L, 6'1", 205, 8/10/87
6, 182: Greg Peavey, RHP, Oregon State, R/R, 6'1", 205, 7/11/88
7, 212: Jeff Walters, RHP, Georgia, R/R, 6'3", 190, 11/6/87
8, 242: Kenny McDowall, RHP, Southern Nevada, R/R, 6'3", 185, 8/14/90
9, 272: Jacob deGrom, RHP, Stetson, L/R, 6'4", 185, 6/19/88
10, 302: Akeel Morris, RHP, Charlotte Amalie HS, R/R, 6'1", 170, 11/14/92
11, 332: Adam Kolarek, LHP, Maryland, L/L, 6'3", 215, 1/14/89
12, 362: Bret Mitchell, RHP, Minnesota State - Mankato, R/R, 6'2", 190, 12/10/88
13, 392: Brian Harrison, 3B, Furman, R/R, 6'2", 180, 12/15/88
14, 422: JB Brown, 2B, Pacific, L/R, 6'1", 220, 4/30/89
15, 452: Tillman Pugh, CF, Sonoma State, R/R, 5'11", 190, 2/19/89
16, 482: Ryan Fraser, RHP, Memphis, R/R, 6'4", 205, 8/27/88
17, 512: Chad Sheppard, RHP, Northwestern State, R/R, 6'4", 210, 11/25/88
18, 542: AJ Pinera, RHP, Tampa, R/R, 6'3", 185, 7/2/87
19, 572: Jonathan Kountis, RHP, Embry-Riddle, R/R, 6'3", 225, 3/15/88
20, 602: Luke Stewart, 1B, Alabama-Birmingham, L/R, 6'4", 215, 2/29/88
21, 632: DJ Johnson, 2B, Cook County HS, R/R, 5'10", 178, 12/4/91
22, 662: Brandon Brown, SS, South Alabama, R/R, 6'1", 180, 7/28/87
23, 692: Drew Martinez, CF, Memphis, L/L, 5'10", 170, 4/4/89
24, 722: Erik Goeddel, RHP, UCLA, R/R, 6'3", 185, 12/20/88
25, 752: Peter Birdwell, RHP, Vanguard, R/R, 6'3", 210, 2/3/87
26, 782: Jet Butler, SS, Mississippi State, S/R, 6'2", 200, 10/6/87
27, 812: Todd Weldon, RHP, Wayland Baptist, R/R, 6'4", 215, 7/21/87
28, 842: Jeremy Gould, LHP, Duke, R/L, 6'4", 205, 6/6/88
29, 872: Hamilton Bennett, LHP, Tennessee Wesleyan, R/L, 6'1", 180, 6/26/88
30, 902: Josh Edgin, LHP, Francis Marion, L/L, 6'1", 225, 12/17/86
31, 932: Steve Winnick, RHP, Point Loma Nazarene, R/R, 6'1", 195, 9/16/87
32, 962: Patrick Farrell, C, Regis, R/R, 6'3", 210, 12/29/86
33, 992: Hunter Carnevale, RHP, Pacific, R/R, 5'11", 210, 8/27/88
34, 1022: Justin Schafer, SS, UC Davis, R/R, 6'1", 190, 6/12/88
35, 1052: Josh Easley, RHP, Weatherford, R/R, 6'3", 170, 12/9/90
36, 1082: Jesen Dygestile-Therrien, RHP, Edouard Montpetit HS, R/R, 6'2", 190, 3/18/93
37, 1112: Dylan Brown, CF, Tampa, R/R, 6'3", 210, 10/21/87
38, 1142: Peter Miller, RHP, Cambridge Christian HS, R/R, 6'1", 185, 4/27/92
39, 1172: Brian Cruz, SS, Felix Varela HS, R/R, 5'10, 175, 10/12/91
40, 1202: Brock Stewart, SS, Normal West HS, L/R, 6'3", 170, 10/3/91
41, 1232: Taylor Christian, RHP, Weatherford, R/R, 6'4", 190, 1/13/89
42, 1262: JJ Franco, SS, Poly Prep Country Day, R/R, 5'7", 152, 2/2/92
43, 1292: Donnie Tabb, SS, East Central CC, R/R, 5'10", 185, 12/8/90
44, 1322: Kevin Gelinas, LHP, UCSB, L/L, 6'5", 230, 5/31/89
45, 1352: Terrance Jackson, LHP, Oklahoma City, R/L, 6'2", 190, 9/24/88
46, 1382: Mike Jefferson, LHP, La Tech, L/L, 6'5", 190, 7/31/89
47, 1412: Sean O'Connor, RHP, Carroll HS, R/R, 6'5", 215, 8/2/91
48, 1442: Austen Smith, 1B, Pensacola Catholic HS, R/R, 6'3", 225, 1/2/92
49, 1472: Dillon Newman, RHP, Belton HS, R/R, 6'2", 185, 7/5/91
50, 1502: Bobby Eveld, C, Jesuit HS, L/R, 6'5", 200, 12/4/91

Total Picks: 49 ( College: 38 / High School: 11 )

Position Players: 20 ( C: 3 / 1B: 2 / 2B: 2 / SS: 7 / 3B: 1 / OF: 5 )
Bats: 20 ( R: 13 / L: 6 / S: 1 )

Pitchers: 29 ( RHP: 22 / LHP: 7 )

Notes:

** (asterisks) indicates the player is reported/rumored to have signed
Italics indicates college senior
Round and selection numbers link to individual draft threads for each player

GREEN: Player is signed.
RED: Player will not sign.

Initial roster assignment is indicated in [brackets].

Reason for player not signing:
40, Brock Stewart: attending Illinois State University
42, JJ Franco: attending Brown University


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 Post subject: Re: 2010 New York Mets Draft Selections & Signing Status
PostPosted: Tue Jun 08, 2010 9:55 am 
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Whats slot for #7?

I know he's searching for above that, but just to give some frame of reference (if this isn't the place for this question, feel free to delete and I'll ask it somewhere else...figured it was relevant to the thread).

I know slots don't go beyond the 5th round, but maybe (if this info is readily available) we could get the "slot" numbers next to each of our picks, so if there is talk about what we're offering vs. what the kid is seeking, we can have some frame of reference beyond "Mets are being cheap again" (i.e., Mets are offering a good amount above slot but the kid is seeking something just absurd)??


According to http://www.mymlbdraft.com/2009-mlb-draf ... es/170809/

Last year's slot value at #7 was $2,178,000. I believe it went up a little bit, maybe 2.5?

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 Post subject: Re: 2010 New York Mets Draft Selections & Signing Status
PostPosted: Tue Jun 08, 2010 11:51 am 
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Merged most of the posts (including my three) from here into yesterday's in-draft thread.

Pornstache's answer to MJ was relatively germane, so it remains. Let's keep this one relatively clean, so slug can update throughout the draft.

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 Post subject: Re: 2010 New York Mets Draft Selections & Signing Status
PostPosted: Thu Jun 10, 2010 2:42 pm 
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And our 1st Green is Cory Vaughn:

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Cory Vaughn has taken the first big step toward his dream.

The San Diego State junior outfielder signed with the New York Mets after they selected him in the fourth round of the MLB Draft, 122 overall.

When asked if he had any hesitation in signing so quickly, Vaughn laughed.

“Nope, not at all,” he said. “Without a doubt, (I’m) gone.”



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 Post subject: Re: 2010 New York Mets Draft Selections & Signing Status
PostPosted: Thu Jun 10, 2010 7:15 pm 
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Nice start.

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 Post subject: Re: 2010 New York Mets Draft Selections & Signing Status
PostPosted: Thu Jun 10, 2010 8:13 pm 
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sweet the air conditioning that he will provide with swing and misses at keyspan will be welcomed when i go watch the games

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 Post subject: Re: 2010 New York Mets Draft Selections & Signing Status
PostPosted: Sat Jun 12, 2010 9:46 am 
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I think I am going to try to edit Nitey's draft titles to "signed"' for easier reference.

We'll see how it works out.

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 Post subject: Re: 2010 New York Mets Draft Selections & Signing Status
PostPosted: Sat Jun 12, 2010 11:56 am 
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jdawginsc wrote:
I think I am going to try to edit Nitey's draft titles to "signed"' for easier reference.

We'll see how it works out.


Well so far it should have be really easy.

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 Post subject: Re: 2010 New York Mets Draft Selections & Signing Status
PostPosted: Sat Jun 12, 2010 12:03 pm 
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Azmetaholic wrote:
jdawginsc wrote:
I think I am going to try to edit Nitey's draft titles to "signed"' for easier reference.

We'll see how it works out.


Well so far it should have be really easy.


Not in "easier to edit" as in "easier for posters to casually spot", you goofy goober.

:lol:

But it hsa been easy thus far. Hoping it becomes more difficult.

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 Post subject: Re: 2010 New York Mets Draft Selections & Signing Status
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Green up Jacob DeGrom:

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The big financial winner was ninth-round pick Jacob deGrom out of Stetson. Converted from shortstop to pitcher for his junior season, deGrom said he signed Saturday with the New York Mets for $95,000.

"It's still kind of sinking in," said the 6-foot-4 right-hander from DeLeon Springs. "It feels like it's almost not even true. It feels weird, but it's cool. I'm sure it's going to sink in over the next few days."

The Mets are going to assign deGrom to Kingsport (Tenn.) in the rookie Appalachian League. If he does well there he could get promoted in August to the New York-Penn League's Brooklyn Cyclones.

It's been quite a whirlwind year for deGrom, who went from being Stetson's third-year starting shortstop and first-year closer to being the Hatters' No. 1 starter a month into the season.

"I'm glad it worked out this way, because if I would have stayed at short I probably wouldn't have been drafted," said deGrom, who was not drafted coming out of high school (Calvary Christian).



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 Post subject: Re: 2010 New York Mets Draft Selections & Signing Status
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Green up Jacob DeGrom:

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The big financial winner was ninth-round pick Jacob deGrom out of Stetson. Converted from shortstop to pitcher for his junior season, deGrom said he signed Saturday with the New York Mets for $95,000.

"It's still kind of sinking in," said the 6-foot-4 right-hander from DeLeon Springs. "It feels like it's almost not even true. It feels weird, but it's cool. I'm sure it's going to sink in over the next few days."

The Mets are going to assign deGrom to Kingsport (Tenn.) in the rookie Appalachian League. If he does well there he could get promoted in August to the New York-Penn League's Brooklyn Cyclones.

It's been quite a whirlwind year for deGrom, who went from being Stetson's third-year starting shortstop and first-year closer to being the Hatters' No. 1 starter a month into the season.

"I'm glad it worked out this way, because if I would have stayed at short I probably wouldn't have been drafted," said deGrom, who was not drafted coming out of high school (Calvary Christian).



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Green up Jonathan Kountis also, as confirmed later in the same article.

"NAIA Gold Glove catcher Austin Goolsby and his former Embry-Riddle teammate, right-hander Jonathan Kountis, will sign contracts today ...
Kountis will be with the Mets' affiliate in Brooklyn."

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 Post subject: Re: 2010 New York Mets Draft Selections & Signing Status
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Shouldn't Patrick Farrell be green?


On Wednesday, Farrell, 23, was chosen by the New York Mets with the 932nd pick of Major League Baseball's first-year player draft. That came after an All-American season at Regis University in Denver.

This was Farrell's breakout year.

Farrell will start his pro career with the Class A-Advanced St. Lucie Mets in Port St. Lucie, Fla.

Class A-Advanced is the fourth step up the pro ladder and often is reserved for veteran minor leaguers and high draft picks.


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