Major League Baseball has completed the second day of the 2014 First-Year Player Draft, which was held via conference call today from 1:05 - 7:00 p.m. (EDT). In total, 315 players have been selected through the first 10 rounds, two Competitive Balance rounds and one Supplemental round.
The Draft will resume on Saturday via conference call beginning with the 11th round at 1:05 p.m. (EDT). The Draft will have 40 rounds and a Club may pass on its selection in any round and not forfeit its right to participate in other rounds.
MLB.com will continue its exclusive live programming of the Draft's final day, including a live pick-by-pick stream and draft and scouting expert commentary from Jonathan Mayo and Jim Callis. It also will provide Draft Tracker, a live interactive application that includes a searchable database of more than 1,500 draft-eligible players with statistics, scouting reports and video highlights. On Twitter, the official Draft Twitter account, @MLBDraft, will provide up-to-the-moment updates and commentary while @MLBDraftTracker will tweet all picks as they are made.
The 2014 MLB Draft is supported by T-Mobile, the official wireless telecommunications sponsor of MLB, and The Topps Company, the exclusive trading card licensee of MLB.