The 2011 MLB Draft gets underway on Monday in New Jersey. The Pittsburgh Pirates will be on the clock first, and are expected to take Gerrit Cole

2011 MLB Draft: Danny Hultzen Selected By Seattle Mariners At No. 2

The 2011 MLB Draft gets underway on Monday night. The Seattle Mariners will pick second by virtue of a spectacularly bad regular season record in 2010. Here is the full order of picks.

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2011 MLB Draft Results: Full List Of Day Three Picks By Seattle Mariners

The 2011 MLB Draft came to a close on Wednesday after 50 rounds of non-stop, rapid-fire picks. The MLB Draft is a unique experience, and the sheer volume of prospects can be daunting and disorienting for the most followers. With most of the country used to the NBA and NFL Drafts -- low on numbers, high on recognizable faces -- there's a certain beauty in the way the MLB conducts its draft.

The fact of the matter is most of these players will never see the field in the uniform of the team that selected them. Yes, first and second round prospects are a significant investment, but signability concerns, players choosing college over the pros and the lack of a guarantee a draft pick will ever make it to the major leagues takes some of the intrigue out of the process. This holds especially true on the third day, where teams are drafting filler and taking fliers on players in the late rounds.

The Seattle Mariners took a shotgun approach again on Wednesday to start the day, choosing three left-handed pitchers in a row to start the day, each 30 picks apart. If you'll recall, Seattle's first pick was Danny Hultzen, a lefty out of Virginia at No. 2. Seattle followed the left run with a righty run, taking three-in-a-row on the third day, as well -- two from college, one out of high school. Overall, the late rounds were about adding arms, and a bevy of pitchers who will likely never see the day were taken.

For a look back at day two, check out the Mariners list of picks here. For a look back at the first day, check out our initial writeup of Danny Hultzen.

Here is the list of players taken on the third day of the 2011 MLB Draft by the Seattle Mariners.

933 Hunter, Kyle Kansas State LHP L/L 6'03" 205 1989-06-18 JR
963 Hawthorne, Ryan Loyola Marymount University LHP L/L 6'01" 185 1989-12-21 JR
993 Dobbs, Jeremy Austin Peay LHP L/L 6'03" 185 1989-10-12 JR
1023 Smith-Brennan, Taylor Edmonds CC 2B R/R 6'00" 210 1992-01-31 J1
1053 Scammell, Cory St. Francis Xavier HS LF L/R 6'05" 205 1993-07-28 HS
1083 Reeder, Bo East Tennessee St U RHP R/R 6'00" 195 1990-08-21 JR
1113 Null, Jeremy Bunker Hill HS (NC) RHP R/R 6'07" 200 1993-09-27 HS
1143 Sunderland, Alexander Claremont McKenna Col RHP R/R 6'03" 200 1989-08-09 SR
1173 Andreas, Christopher Sam Houston St U 1B L/R 6'03" 215 1988-05-31 SR
1203 Miller, Trevor San Joaquin Delta Col RHP R/R 6'03" 190 1991-06-13 J2
1233 Shore, Bobby U Oklahoma RHP R/R 6'01" 178 1989-01-27 SR
1263 Villasuso, David Miami C R/R 5'10"
1989-12-31 JR
1293 Reyna, Marcos Bakersfield Col RHP R/R 6'02" 190 1989-11-04 J3
1323 Corrales, Joshua Cal State - Dominguez Hills RHP R/R 6'02" 205 1990-05-25 JR
1353 Jimenez, Charles Milton HS (FL) RF R/R 6'03" 225 1993-05-19 HS
1383 Catapano, Maxx Lee U RHP R/R 6'04" 215 1988-10-28 SR
1413 Plotz, Brandon Chabot Col RHP R/R 6'03" 200 1991-05-22 J2
1443 Krakowiak, Max Fordham U RHP R/R 6'03" 205 1989-06-23 SR
1473 Grifol, Andrew Santa Fe CC 1B L/L 5'11" 200 1991-09-17 J1
1503 Tresgallo, Esteban Colegio Marista de Guaynabo 1B R/R 6'02" 200 1993-09-10 HS


For a look back at the draft and the Mariners' picks, see the rest of our 2011 MLB Draft StoryStream. For a local look at what the Mariners are planning, head over to SB Nation's Lookout Landing.


2011 MLB Draft: Start Time, Live Coverage And Draft Order For Monday

The 2011 MLB Draft is just a few hours away and teams are making their final preparations ahead of Monday night's first and second rounds. The draft is a three-day event this year, with two rounds set to take place on the first day and the other 48 set for Tuesday and Wednesday. Like the NFL, baseball has decided to put its first round in prime-time, stretching it out to accommodate all the analysis one can handle.

With time winding down to the start of the MLB Draft, here's a quick primer.

Start time: The 2011 MLB Draft gets underway at 4:00 p.m. PDT, or 7 p.m. on the East Coast. The draft will be coming to you live from the MLB Network studios in New Jersey.

Live coverage: The broadcast can be found on MLB Network, with pre-draft coverage set to begin at 3 p.m. PDT. The crew switches from previews to the real thing at 4 p.m. and will be providing pick-by-pick analysis live as it happens in New Jersey. For those without MLB Network, a live-stream will be available on

Draft order: Monday will be a quick day for the Seattle Mariners. The Pittsburgh Pirates have the No. 1 pick, and will likely snatch UCLA pitcher Gerrit Cole off the board. The Mariners pick second, and have a bevy of options, some of which are detailed here. Monday's order of picks can be found here, including the reasons for compensatory picks, be it failure to sign 2010 MLB Draft picks or the loss of Type A free agents. The draft order is concrete; teams cannot trade picks or players as they can in the NBA and NFL drafts.

Draft coverage: You can find all of our 2011 MLB Draft coverage in this StoryStream. Most 2011 MLB mock drafts have the Mariners taking Anthony Rendon, though the team has done its due-diligence in recent weeks. You'll also hear plenty of buzzwords and snap evaluations, which we covered here.

We'll be tracking the projections and handing out information about the day's events in our 2011 MLB Draft . StoryStream. For a local look at what the Mariners are planning, head over to SB Nation's Lookout Landing.

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