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Open thread: 2019 MLB Draft, Day 2

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What surprises are in store as Major League Baseball begins its second day of drafting?

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The first two rounds of the 2019 Major League Baseball Draft are complete.

The second day of the 2019 Major League Baseball Draft will continue today with rounds 3-10. The first selection in round three will take place at 1 PM.

With their first selection in the 2019 MLB Draft last night, the Mets selected Brett Baty, a third baseman from Sugarland, Texas. With their second selection, they selected Josh Wolf, a right-handed pitcher from Bellaire, Texas.

The Mets’ first pick today will be the 89th overall, which has a slot value of $667,900. Their next pick will be 118th overall, which has a slot value of $487,900. Their fifth round pick will be the 148th overall selection, with a $364,400 slot value attached to it. Their sixth round pick will be 178th overall, which has a slot value of $277,100. Their seventh round pick will be 208 overall, with a $216,600 slot value attached to it. Their eighth round pick will be 238 overall, which has a slot value of $174,000. Their ninth round pick will be 268, with a slot value of $154,600, and their tenth round pick will be 298th overall, with a $145,300 slot value.

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