MLB draft: Carlos Correa is first Puerto Rican player to go No. 1


AP MILWAUKEE—Armed with two extra picks after losing Prince Fielder to free agency, the Milwaukee Brewers picked up three right-handed bats with power potential as baseball's first-year player draft kicked off Monday. Milwaukee selected high school

JULIAN H. GONZALEZ / DFP The Major League Baseball first-year player draft continues today, and the Detroit Tigers finally get to make a pick. They didn't have a selection in the first round Monday night, having forfeited it to the Milwaukee Brewers

SECAUCUS, N.J. — Carlos Correa was all smiles when he heard his name announced, knowing he had made hometown history at the baseball draft. The Houston Astros selected the 17-year-old slugging shortstop with the

3 overall pick in the first round of Monday's First-Year player draft. Zunino is a 21-year old right-handed catcher from the University of Florida. Here is the reaction of the Mariners' draft pick from around the Seattle sports media and blogosphere,

If you watched the MLB Network's coverage of the amateur draft Monday night, you might think that everybody drafted will become a big star. Which is possible, but unlikely.

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