The Mock: Volume VII

Giolito, Lucas

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Pick Team Name Pos. School
01 Houston Mark Appel RHP Stanford
02 Minnesota Byron Buxton OF Appling County HS (GA)
03 Seattle Mike Zunino C Florida
04 Baltimore Kevin Gausman RHP LSU
05 Kansas City Luc Giolito RHP Harvard Westlake (CA)
06 Chicago-NL Carlos Correa SS PR Baseball Academy
07 San Diego Albert Almora OF Mater Academy (FL)
08 Pittsburgh Deven Marrero SS Arizona State
09 Miami Lance McCullers RHP Jesuit HS (FL)
10 Colorado Max Fried LHP Harvard Westlake HS (CA)
11 Oakland Courtney Hawkins OF Carroll HS (TX)
12 New York-NL Richie Shaffer 3B Clemson
13 Chicago-AL Kyle Zimmer RHP San Francisco
14 Cincinnati Andrew Heaney LHP Oklahoma State
15 Cleveland Michael Wacha RHP Texas A&M
16 Washington Marcus Stroman RHP Duke
17 Toronto Gavin Cecchini SS Barbe HS (LA)
18 L.A. Dodgers Zach Eflin RHP Hagerty HS (FL)
19 St. Louis Stephen Piscotty 3B Stanford
20 San Francisco Chris Stratton RHP Mississippi State
21 Atlanta Matt Smoral LHP Solon HS (OH)
22 Toronto Stryker Trahan C Accadania HS (LA)
23 St. Louis Addison Russell SS Pace HS (FL)
24 Boston Corey Seager 3B NW Carrabus HS (SC)
25 Tampa Bay Carson Kelly 3B Westview HS (OR)
26 Arizona Ty Hensley RHP Santa Fe HS (OK)
27 Milwaukee David Dahl OF Oak Mountain HS (AL)
28 Milwaukee Brian Johnson LHP Florida
29 Texas D.J. Davis OF Stone County HS (MS)
30 New York-AL Tanner Rahier SS Palm Desert HS (CA)
31 Boston Joey Gallo 3B Bishop Gorman HS (NV)
32 Minnesota Pat Light RHP Monmouth
33 San Diego Walker Weickel RHP Olympia HS (FL)
34 Oakland Alex Wood LHP Georgia
35 New York-NL Nick Travieso RHP Bishop McCarthy HS (FL)
36 St. Louis Clint Coulter C Union HS (WA)
37 Boston Jeff Gelalich OF UCLA
38 Milwaukee Tyler Naquin OF Texas A&M
39 Texas Lucas Sims RHP Brookwood HS (GA)
40 Philadelphia Mitch Gueller OF W.F. West HS  (WA)
41 Houston Mitch Nay OF Hamilton HS (AZ)
42 Minnesota Ty Buttrey RHP Providence HS (NC)
43 Chicago-NL Martin Agosta RHP St. Mary’s
44 San Diego Shane Watson RHP Lakewood HS (CA)
45 Pittsburgh Lewis Brinson OF Coral Springs HS (FL)
46 Colorado Nolan Fontana SS Florida
47 Oakland Travis Jankowski OF Stony Brook
48 Chicago-AL Kenny Diekroeger 2B Stanford
49 Cincinnati Barrett Barnes OF Texas Tech
50 Toronto Rio Ruiz 3B Bishop Amat HS (CA)
51 Los Angeles-NL Adam Walker OF Jacksonville
52 St. Louis Pierce Johnson RHP Missouri State
53 Texas Branden Kline RHP Virginia
54 Philadelphia Patrick Wisdom 3B St. Mary’s
55 San Diego Chris Beck RHP Georgia Southern
56 Chicago-NL Kieran Lovegrove RHP Mission Viejo HS (CA)
57 Cincinnati Nolan Sanburn RHP Arkansas
58 Toronto Duane Underwood RHP Pope HS (GA)
59 St. Louis Brady Rodgers RHP Arizona State
60 Toronto Fernando Perez 3B Central Arizona
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9 Responses to “The Mock: Volume VII”

  1. Jsk6565 says:

    I have been seeing Brian Johnson sliding on a lot of lists. Earlier in the year some thought him to be within the first 10-20 picks now a lot of mock drafts are saying 2nd round. Just curious your thoughts on him?

  2. Greg says:

    I’ve noticed that in your past couple of mocks you have the Brewers taking Brian Johnson. Is it just because Johnson is usually in that range in the mock or do the Brewers have a specific connection to Johnson?

  3. maqman says:

    I thought you had a brain blockage when I saw you had Giolito as the 5th pick, given his injury. But maybe not, he’s 18 years old and even if he has to have Tommy John surgery and loses a year he could still be in The Show as a 22-year old. Additionally, he may have the highest ceiling in the draft as a potentially elite starting pitcher. At worst he’s probably an effective closer. I wouldn’t moan if the M’s took him.

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  5. Shawn McLaughlin says:

    I will be somewhat disappointed if we pick Zunino with Correa and Giolito still on the board. Yeah, quickest to the majors and all that. I just am concerned about his mediocre production against stronger competition in the SEC and his hit tool, which is good but not great. I think, if you choose a catcher this high, he needs to have HUGE upside and Zunino doesn’t.

  6. Dan says:

    Wow. I really hope it shakes out like this. Carlos Correa is at the top of my wish list for the Cubs at #6.

  7. David says:

    Don’t look now but your boy Lovegrove is sliding and don’t even see Poteet on your list anymore. I told awhile ago they’re not day one guys.

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  9. Jim Wilson says:

    I’ll bet you Pittsburgh does not take Marrero. Week hitting team will draft good offense if top pitcher does not drop. Look for Gilloto, Almora or Correa or any body other than weak hitting Marrero

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