2017 MLB Draft: Selection Order, TV Schedule, How To Watch Online, And More Details

Peter G. Aiken-USA TODAY Sports

The 2017 MLB Draft begins Monday at 4 p.m. PT and will air nationally on MLB Network. The first day will include picks made in the first and second rounds. The Draft continues Tuesday at 10 a.m. PT, for Rounds 3-10. Picks in Rounds 11-40 will be made Wednesday, beginning at 9 a.m. PT.

While only the first round will be televised on MLB Network, the entire 2017 Draft can be viewed via live stream online at MLB.com. The Minnesota Twins hold the first pick in the 2017 MLB Draft.

The last time the Twins held the top pick was in 2001. They drafted Joe Mauer, who went on to become a six-time All-Star and 2009 American League MVP.

The Cincinnati Reds, San Diego Padres, Tampa Bay Rays and Atlanta Braves round out the top five. The Los Angeles Dodgers hold their first selection at No. 23 overall ($2,702,700 slot value).

They won’t pick again until the second round (No. 62) and also have selections at 100th and 130th within the first four rounds.

Last year, the Dodgers had three picks within the first 36 selections, with their first at No. 20 overall.

Los Angeles has $5,517,800 in bonus pool money for the 2017 MLB Draft. That’s less than last year when they had over $9 million, though that’s due to a lack of compensatory draft picks.

First Round

1. Twins
2. Reds
3. Padres
4. Rays
5. Braves
6. Athletics
7. Diamondbacks
8. Phillies
9. Brewers
10. Angels
11. White Sox
12. Pirates
13. Marlins
14. Royals
15. Astros
16. Yankees
17. Mariners
18. Tigers
19. Giants
20. Mets
21. Orioles
22. Blue Jays
23. Dodgers
24. Red Sox
25. Nationals
26. Rangers
27. Cubs

Supplemental First Round (compensation picks for losing a player that rejected the qualifying offer)

28. Blue Jays
29. Rangers
30. Cubs

Competitive Balance Round A (additional picks for small-market and small-payroll teams. Detailed explanation of the order can be found here)

31. Rays
32. Reds
33. Athletics
34. Brewers
35. Twins
36. Marlins

Second Round

37. Twins
38. Reds
39. Padres
40. Rays
41. Braves
42. Pirates (compensation for not signing 2016 No. 41 selection Nick Lodolo)
43. Athletics
44. Diamondbacks
45. Phillies
46. Brewers
47. Angels
48. Rockies
49. White Sox
50. Pirates
51. Marlins
52. Royals
53. Astros
54. Yankees
55. Mariners
56. Cardinals
57. Tigers
58. Giants
59. Mets
60. Orioles
61. Blue Jays
62. Dodgers
63. Red Sox
64. Indians
65. Nationals
66. Rangers
67. Cubs

Competitive Balance Round B

68. Diamondbacks
69. Padres
70. Rockies
71. Indians
72. Pirates
73. Royals
74. Orioles
75. Cardinals

Third Round

76. Twins
77. Reds
78. Padres
79. Rays
80. Braves
81. Athletics
82. Diamondbacks
83. Phillies
84. Brewers
85. Angels
86. Rockies
87. White Sox
88. Pirates
89. Marlins
90. Royals
91. Astros
92. Yankees
93. Mariners
94. Cardinals
95. Tigers
96. Giants
97. Mets
98. Orioles
99. Jays
100. Dodgers
101. Red Sox
102. Indians
103. Nationals
104. Rangers
105. Cubs

Rounds 4-40

Twins
Reds
Padres
Rays
Braves
Athletics
Diamondbacks
Phillies
Brewers
Angels
Rockies
White Sox
Pirates
Marlins
Royals
Astros
Yankees
Mariners
Cardinals
Tigers
Giants
Mets
Orioles
Orioles
Blue Jays
Dodgers
Red Sox
Indians
Nationals
Rangers
Cubs