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2019 Mets draft pick tracker

Keep track of all of the Mets’ picks in the 2019 draft here.

MLB: New York Mets at Arizona Diamondbacks Rick Scuteri-USA TODAY Sports

As the Mets make their picks in this year’s amateur draft, we’ll do our best to keep track of them for you right here in this post. As the draft moves along, we’ll update this post with what picks the Mets have made, and we’ll link to our coverage of additional players as soon as we’re able to do so.

The Mets began this year’s draft, the first under new general manager Brodie Van Wagenen, by picking Brett Baty, a third baseman out of high school, with the 12th overall pick. And they went with right-handed pitcher Josh Wolf, also out of high school. with their second pick, which was the 53rd overall pick in the draft.

Picks in the first ten rounds have assigned slot values, and the league imposes penalties for teams that spend more than their allotted draft pool. The Mets’ total pool is $8,224,600. If a player drafted in the 11th through 40th rounds would have any amount of a bonus that goes over $125,000 counted against the team’s draft pool.

Round 1: Brett Baty, 3B, Lake Travis High School (Austin, Texas)
Slot value: $4.366 million
Signed for $3.9 million

Round 2: Josh Wolf, RHP, St. Thomas High School (Houston, Texas)
Slot value: $1.370 million

Signed for 1.37 million

Round 3: Matthew Allan, RHP, Seminole High School (Sanford Florida)
Slot value: $667,900

Round 4: Jake Mangum, CF, Mississippi State (MS)
Slot value: $487,900

Signed for $20,000

Round 5: Nathan Jones, RHP, Northwestern State (LA)
Slot value: $364,400

Round 6: Zach Ashford, CF, Fresno State (CA)
Slot value: $277,100

Round 7: Luke Ritter, 2B, Wichita State (KS)
Slot value: $216,600

Round 8: Conner Wollersheim, LHP, Kent State (OH)
Slot value: $174,000

Round 9: Joe Genord, 1B, South Florida (FL)
Slot value: $154,600

Round 10: Scott Ota, RF, University of Illinois at Chicago (IL)
Slot value: $145,300

Round 11: Jordan Martinson, LHP, Dallas Baptist (TX)
Round 12: Antoine Duplantis, CF, LSU (LA)
Round 13: Blaine McIntosh, CF, Sycamore High School (Pleasant View, Tennessee)
Round 14: Kennie Taylor, CF, Duke (NC), Signed
Round 15: Mitch Ragan, RHP, Creighton (NE), Signed
Round 16: Nic Gaddis, 3B, Jacksonville State (AL), Signed
Round 17: Dan Goggin, RHP, Jamed Madison University (VA), Signed
Round 18: Tanner Murphy, CF, University of North Florida (FA), Signed
Round 19: Hunter Parsons, RHP, Maryland (MD)
Round 20: Matt O’Neill, C, Pennsylvania (PA), Signed
Round 21: Branden Fryman, SS, Samford University (AL), Signed
Round 22: Jace Beck, RHP, Blanchard High School (Tuttle, Oklahoma)
Round 23: Nick MacDonald, RHP, Florida International (FL), Signed
Round 24: Hunter Barco, LHP, The Bolles School (Jacksonville, Florida)
Round 25: Joseph Charles, RHP, TNXL Academy (Celebration, Florida)
Round 26: Mitchell Senger, LHP, Stetson University (FL), Signed
Round 27: Dalton Fowler, LHP, Northwest Mississippi College
Round 28: Jake Ortega, C, CSU Bakersfield (CA), Signed
Round 29: LT Struble, CF, Felician College (NJ), Signed
Round 30: Justin Lasko, RHP, University of Massachusetts Amherst (MA), Signed
Round 31: Andrew Edwards, LHP, New Mexico State (NM), Signed
Round 32: Cole Gordon, RHP, Mississippi State (MS)
Round 33: Cole Kleszcz, OF, Azusa Pacific University (CA), Signed
Round 34: Ryan Shinn, OF, Kentucky (KY), Signed
Round 35: Daniel Maldonado, CF, Carlos Beltran Baseball Academy (PR)
Round 36: Tucker Flint, RF, Bishop Hendricken School (East Greenwich, Rhode Island)
Round 37: Dilan Lawson, RHP, Madison County High School (Madison, Florida)
Round 38: Casey Slattery, 1B, Glendale College (CA)
Round 39: Nick Conti, 2B, Eckerd College (FL), Signed
Round 40: Camden Lovrich, RHP, Trinity Presbyterian High School (Pike Road, Alabama)