Follow along with all of the picks for the 2017 MLB Draft.
37) Minnesota Twins Landon Leach, RHP, Ajax, Ontario Hard-thrower listed at 6-4, 215, committed to University of Texas
38) Cincinnati Reds Stuart Fairchild, OF, Wake Forest University Full report
39) San Diego Padres Luis Campusano, C, Augusta, Georgia Full report
40) Tampa Bay Rays Michael Mercado, RHP, San Diego, California Very projectable, Stanford commitment, potential for four pitches
41) Atlanta Braves Drew Waters, OF, Woodstock, Georgia. Local talent and legit pick here. Full report.
42) Pittsburgh Pirates Steve Jennings, RHP, Smithville, TN: Mid-90s fastball, recovered rapidly from knee injury, solid pick here with high upside.
43) Oakland Athletics Greg Deichmann, OF, Louisiana State: Impressive college bat. Full report.
44) Arizona Diamondbacks Drew Ellis, 3B, University of Louisville: Big right-handed power hitter
45) Philadelphia Phillies Spencer Howard, RHP, Cal Poly Throws quite hard and a solid performer at the college level.
46) Milwaukee Brewers Caden Lemons, RHP, Vestavia Hills, Alabama: Very tall at 6-6, 175, ultra-projectable, will need time to develop but very high upside here.
47) Los Angeles Angels Griffin Canning, RHP, UCLA Full report, stock dropped late due to worries about health
48) Colorado Rockies Ryan Vilade, 3B, Stillwater, Oklahoma: Full report, powerful prep bat.
49) Chicago White Sox Gavin Sheets, 1B, Wake Forest University Another excellent college performer, big power. Full report.
50) Pittsburgh Pirates Cal Mitchell, OF, San Diego, California Intriguing prep bat, good value here if he can restore 2016 approach. Full report.
51) Miami Marlins Joe Dunand, 3B, North Carolina State University Good power, nephew of Alex Rodriguez, questions about pure hitting skills.
52) Kansas City Royals M. J. Melendez, C, Palmetto Bay, Florida: Exceptional defender with a chance to hit although rather raw with the bat. Full report.
53) Houston Astros Joe Perez, 3B/RHP, Southwest Ranches, Florida: Highly-rated as a pitcher but just had Tommy John surgery; Astros called him as a hitter.
54) New York Yankees Matt Sauer, RHP, Santa Maria, California: Can hit mid-90s, Full report
55) Seattle Mariners Sam Carlson, RHP, Burnsville, Minnesota Big potential for cold-weather pitcher. Full report.
56) Houston Astros Corbin Martin, RHP, Texas A&M Lots of arm strength. Full report.
57) Detroit Tigers Reynaldo Rivera, OF, Chipola Junior College: Very impressive high ceiling junior college bat, could be a very nice sleeper pick.
58) San Francisco Giants Jacob Gonzalez, 3B, Scottsdale, Arizona: Son of Luis Gonzalez, excellent power bat with some defensive questions but good bloodlines.
59) New York Mets Mark Vientos, 3B, Plantation, Florida: Full profile; very young, good offensive tools but erratic, only 17.
60) Baltimore Orioles Adam Hall, SS, London, Ontario: Middle infield tools, but cold-weather guy and raw, Texas A&M commit.
61) Toronto Blue Jays Hagen Danner, C-RHP, Huntington Beach, California: Two-way player, called as a catcher by the Jays. Full report.
62) Los Angeles Dodgers Morgan Cooper, RHP, University of Texas Big horse. Full report.
63) Boston Red Sox Cole Brannen, OF, Perry, Georgia: Above-average speed, good glove, power potential may be under-rated; could be a very good value here. Georgia Southern commitment.
64) Cleveland Indians Quentin Holmes, OF, East Elmhurst, New York. Extremely fast. Full report.
65) Washington Nationals Wil Crowe, RHP, University of South Carolina. Tommy John survivor. Full report.
66) Texas Rangers Hans Crouse, RHP, Dana Point, California: High ceiling arm. Full report.
67) Chicago Cubs Cory Abbott, RHP, Loyola Marymount: Throws strikes, stuff improved, statistics were ridiculous, 119/25 K/BB with 1.58 ERA in 98 innings.
Competitive Balance Round B
68) Arizona Diamondbacks Daulton Varsho, C, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Big college numbers and has a chance to catch.
69) San Diego Padres Blake Hunt, C, Santa Ana, California: Excellent glove, bat improved this spring, Pepperdine commitment.
70) Colorado Rockies Tommy Doyle, RHP, University of Virginia Successful closer for big college program, throws strikes with sinker, cutter.
71) Cleveland Indians Tyler Freeman, SS, Rancho Cugamonga, CA: Highly-respected bat with position questions, TCU commit.
72) Pittsburgh Pirates Conner Uselton, OF, Moore, Oklahoma: Power potential, on several sleeper lists, Oklahoma State commit.
73) Kansas City Royals Evan Steele, LHP, Chipola Junior College: 6-5 lefty can hit 92-93, another strong Florida junior college arm.
74) Baltimore Orioles Zac Lowther, LHP, Xavier University Dominated college competition with polish, deception.
75) Houston Astros J.J. Matijevic, 2B, University of Arizona: Strong-hitting polished bat, played first base in college but called a second baseman by Astros. Full report.