Supplemental Round Results

Here are the results from the 2010 supplemental draft, as MLB scouting directors re-evaluate their draft boards in preparation for tomorrow's selections:

33. Astros – Michael Kvasnicka

34. Blue Jays – Aaron Sanchez

35. Braves – Matthew Lipka

36. Red Sox – Bryce Brentz

37. Angels – Taylor Lindsey

38. Blue Jays – Noah Syndergaard

39. Red Sox - Anthony Ranaudo

40. Angels – Ryan Bolden

41. Blue Jays – Asher Wojciechowski

42. Rays – Drew Vettleson

43. Mariners – Taijuan Walker

44. Tigers – Nick Castellanos

45. Rangers – Luke Jackson

46. Cardinals – Seth Blair

47. Rockies – Peter Tago

48. Tigers – Chance Ruffin

49. Rangers – Mike Olt

50. Cardinals – Tyrell Jenkins


25 Responses to Supplemental Round Results Leave a Reply

  1. aap212 5 years ago

    The Tigers now have Perry, Schlereth, Ruffin… a lot of highly drafted closers, along with all their other power arms who might hit the pen, like Oliver. Could be a frightening bullpen in a couple of years. Overcompensating for the past a little, maybe?

  2. 04Forever 5 years ago

    im not feeling the supplemental picks for the sox, the first one doesnt show any one outstanding skill and the other has problems with command from a recent injury, why risk the early picks?

    • bucs_lose_again 5 years ago

      I’m always jealous of the Sox’s drafts. Both guys were much higher on most boards at the beginning of the year, but due to injuries and/ or performance issues, fell significantly. They both could bring massive rewards.

      • jwredsox 5 years ago

        I’m happy for the Bucs in taking Tallion. they need that upside pitcher who could be an ace.

    • start_wearing_purple
      start_wearing_purple 5 years ago

      The Sox always seem to take high risk/high reward in supplemental and second round picks. Third to fifth round is usually when they get their better names. But I rather like their picks, at least from my limited knowledge of the players. Brentz has good potential power and the Sox don’t have a lot of power bats in the minors. As for Ranaudo, well some scouts see him as a future front line pitcher. The issues are injuries and Boras. He’ll cost a lot, but could be worth it.

      • 04Forever 5 years ago

        that being said, i dont know much about them myself other from what i have been reading now. of course they bring a risk/reward angle, but i just find it to risk it so early in the draft. theo hardly ever screws up in the draft though so its safe to say he sees something he likes

        • start_wearing_purple
          start_wearing_purple 5 years ago

          Considering Theo has presided over drafts that have produced Jonathan Papelbon, Dustin Pedroia, Jacoby Ellsbury, Clay Buchholz, Daniel Bard, and ultimately given the Red Sox one of the strongest farms in the MLB, I tend to trust him completely during the draft.

        • vtadave 5 years ago

          What would be the rationale for Boston playing it safe? They’ve had success in the lower first/supplemental rounds and it’s an organization that can afford to make so-called mistakes.

    • jwredsox 5 years ago

      As a sox fan I love the picks. Ranuado never got back into things after his forearm injury (notice not elbow) and most of the drop had to do with sign-ability. That could be a real steal in the first round of the draft. And Brentz is the power guy they need in the lower minor leagues.

      • 04Forever 5 years ago

        yeah but a first round pick so the minor team can have a power hitter?

        • jwredsox 5 years ago

          no, He was actually high on some teams draft boards until he hurt his ankle (flukish injury imo). It isn’t a reach for him at 36 it was more of a steal. I was reading the fanboards on ESPN and some people wanted him in the non supplementary rounds.

      • jwredsox 5 years ago

        btw I just want accentuate, not the elbow.
        Plus entering the year (before Harper entered the draft) He was seen as the #1 overall pick. There were worse picks that could have been made at that spot. And Ranaudo finally got his velocity back his last start and showed improvement.

        • 04Forever 5 years ago

          lol not the elbow i got ya. im sure it will be fine, its just surprised me that they would risk it that early i guess, they seem very talented now that im looking them up

          • jwredsox 5 years ago

            He his. And I doubt he would have been there in the second round. Also MLB . com videos have good scouting reports on all the players

      • johnsilver 5 years ago

        They also have brandon jacobs who should be starting play soon at 1/2 season lowell and was another bonus baby last year, drafted in the 9th round and given like 900K to pry away from Auburn as a FB for the football team think it was as power hitter and Lavarnway. Other than those 2.. That’s really about it for real power hitters in the Sox system.

        • start_wearing_purple
          start_wearing_purple 5 years ago

          Well there’s Anderson but his power seems to have disappeared and there’s Rizzo.

    • aap212 5 years ago

      I’m not a Sox fan, but you should be happy. Lots of upside, guys who could have been drafted much, much higher.

    • ReverendBlack 5 years ago

      Really silly bro. The Sox seem to specialize in feeling out the market last-minute and jumping in on undervalued guys. All of these picks could have gone much higher if not for small details that scared other teams away. If you think these small things weren’t rigorously investigated by the Sox staff, you’re silly.

      Only time will tell, but for now, it’s an extremely solid draft.

  3. The Sox made amazing picks in the supplemental round. Brentz and Ranaudo? I don’t think anyone can hate on that.

  4. nymets4581 5 years ago

    I’m surprised that Stetson Allie and AJ Cole weren’t picked today. Also, I’m somewhat disappointed that the Mets picked Matt Harvey over Chris Sale, but maybe it will turn out for the better.

  5. BeatEmBucs 5 years ago

    So who is the best available going into tomorrow? I admittedly don’t know much after the first several prospects who were drafted.

    • start_wearing_purple
      start_wearing_purple 5 years ago

      Yeah, I knew Harper and that’s it. I get excited about the draft, but I won’t pretend to know anything about who gets drafted until I read the scouting reports after.

      But here’s an article on who’s left: link to mlb.mlb.com

    • ReverendBlack 5 years ago

      Frankly it’s the second-round on that I love about the draft so much precisely because there are so many question marks. Really separates the men from the boys in terms of scouting departments.

  6. aap212 5 years ago

    I’d assume Allie’s school-bound at this point. If a guy like that is dropping this long, that’s probably the case. Unless someone buys him away with a hugely over-slot bonus later.

    A lot of people don’t like Cabrera. He’s old for his level and will move to a corner.

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