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 Thursday
First Round
1. Tampa Bay, David Price, lhp, Vanderbilt.
2. Kansas City, Michael Moustakas, ss, Chatsworth (Calif.) HS.
3. Chicago Cubs, Josh Vitters, 3b, Cypress (Calif.) HS.
4. Pittsburgh, Daniel Moskos, lhp, Clemson.
5. Baltimore, Matt Wieters, c, Georgia Tech.
6. Washington, Ross Detwiler, lhp, Missouri St.
7. Milwaukee, Matt LaPorta, lf, Florida.
8. Colorado, Casey Weathers, rhp, Vanderbilt.
9. Arizona, Jarrod Parker, rhp, Norwell (Ind.) HS.
10. San Francisco, Madison Bumgarner, lhp, South Caldwell (S.C.) HS.
11. Seattle, Phillippe Aumont, rhp, Ecole Du Versant HS, Gatineau, Quebec.
12. Florida, Matt Dominguez, 3b, Chatsworth (Calif.) HS.
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14. Atlanta, Jason Heyward, cf, Henry County HS, McDonough, Ga.
15. Cincinnati, Devin Mesaraco, c, Punxsutawney (Pa.) HS.
16. Toronto (from Texas), Kevin Ahrens, ss-3b, Memorial HS, Houston.
17. Texas (from Houston), Blake Beavan, rhp, Irving (Texas) HS.
18. St. Louis, Peter Kozma, ss, Owasso (Okla.) HS.
19. Philadelphia, Joe Savery, lhp, Rice.
20. Los Angeles Dodgers (from Boston), Christopher Withrow, rhp, Midland (Texas) Christian HS.
21. Toronto, J.P. Arencibia, c-1b, Tennessee.
22. San Francisco (from L.A. Dodgers), Timothy Alderson, rhp, Horizon HS, Scottsdale, Ariz.
23. San Diego, Nick Schmidt, lhp, Arkansas.
24. Texas (from L.A. Angels), Michael Main, rhp, Deland (Fla.) HS.
25. Chicago White Sox, Aaron Poreda, lhp, San Francisco.
26. Oakland, Donald Simmons, rhp, UC Riverside.
27. Detroit, Rick Porcello, rhp, Seton Hall Prep, West Orange, N.J.
28. Minnesota, Ben Revere, cf, Lexington (Ky.) Catholic HS.
29. San Francisco (from N.Y. Mets), Wendell Fairley, cf, George County-Lucedale (Miss.) HS.
30. New York Yankees, Andrew Brackman, rhp, N.C. State.

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