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2020 Padres draft tracker

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Keep tabs on every Padres draft pick all in one place.

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During a normal MLB draft, this draft tracker could have 40+ picks in it. However, we’re only working with about six picks through five rounds. The Padres get started tonight with the 8th-overall pick and then make their second selection of the night at #34.

After tonight, the Friars will select at #45, #80, #109, and #139 with each pick coming in the final four rounds.

The Padres have not has a selection in the first round since 2016, when they had three total picks on the first night. Their first draft pick that year was Cal Quantrill, a right-handed pitcher out of Stanford who also happened to be the 8th-overall pick. They then picked back-to-back at #24 and #25 where they selected third baseman Hudson Sanchez and left-handed-pitcher Eric Lauer.

The prospects that have been paired with the Padres the most have been Robert Hassell III, a high school bat from Independence High School in Tennessee, and Max Meyer, a right-handed pitcher from the University of Minnesota. Recently, Oklahoma right0handed pitcher Cade Cavalli was also tied to the Padres in a mock.

2020 Padres draft picks

Round Pick Player Position School
Round Pick Player Position School
1 8 Robert Hassell III Outfield Independence HS (TN)
1* 34 Justin Lange Pitcher Llano HS (TX)
2 45 Owen Caissie Outfield Notre Dame Catholic SS (Canada)
3 80 Cole Wilcox Pitcher Georgia
4 109 Levi Thomas Pitcher Troy
5 139 Jagger Haynes Pitcher West Columbus HS (NC)