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Live draft

Thursday, April 9th
7PM EST

You can rank players using the RANK DRAFTEES link on your team page if you think you cannot make it to the live draft. Should you not use the feature and not be in attendance during the live draft the simulator will make the player selection for you.

Draft lottery results

1. Cardinals
2. Angels (from Twins)
3. Astros
4. Diamondbacks
5. Rockies
6. Rangers
7. Orioles
8. Blue Jays
9. Rays
10. Dodgers
11. Braves
12. Phillies
13. Braves (from Mets)
14. Pirates (from Red Sox)
15. Angels (from Marlins)
16. Cubs
17. Angels
18. Brewers
19. Indians
20. Athletics

The Cardinals, thanks to the lottery, have landed the 1st overall pick in this year's draft. They moved up 4 spots to land pick #1. The Rangers make the highest leap, going from #11 to #6. Also moving up are the Pirates (BOS pick), moving up 4 spots as well (#18 to #14).

Please note that the lottery draft order ONLY affects round 1. Rounds 2 & 3 are ordered based on team performance during the past season.

The slow draft process is underway. You get 24 hours to make your pick. If you do not pick during the allowed time your pick will be made by the simulator. You can start ranking players for the live draft, which will take place on Thursday, April 9th @ 7PM EST.

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Draft order (prior to lottery)

1. Angels (from Twins)
2. Astros
3. Diamondbacks
4. Rockies
5. Cardinals
6. Orioles
7. Blue Jays
8. Rays
9. Dodgers
10. Braves
11. Rangers
12. Phillies
13. Braves (from Mets)
14. Angels (from Marlins)
15. Cubs
16. Angels
17. Brewers
18. Pirates (from Red Sox)
19. Indians
20. Athletics

Draft order for non-playoff teams will be determined by a draft lottery. The team with the worst regular season record will hold the best chances of winning the lottery. A team will be able to move up five spots from their ranking and won't drop more than one spot should they be losers in the lottery. Therefore, the team with the league's worst record will draft 1st or 2nd. The teams that had the 6 worst records in the regular season will all have a shot at landing the no.1 pick. Draft order for playoff teams will be determined by team performance during the postseason. World Series champ will get the last pick of the round.

Traded picks

SF 2nd to HOU
DET 2nd to ATL
DET 3rd to ATL
KC 1st to LAD
NYM 1st to ATL
NYM 3rd to ATL
COL 2nd to BOS
NYM 2nd to DET
SF 1st to HOU
KC 2nd to TOR
KC 3rd to TOR
BOS 1st to PIT
PIT 2nd to BOS
PIT 3rd to BOS
CLE 2nd to BOS
SD 1st to PHI
SD 2nd to PHI
SD 3rd to PHI
MIA 1st to LAA
COL 3rd to WSH
CIN 1st to ARI
MIN 1st to LAA
NYY 2nd to HOU
NYY 3rd to HOU
SEA 2nd to CLE
NYY 1st to LAA
LAA 3rd to NYY

League trades


Not allowed to trade 1st round pick for the 2033 draft: Colorado, Detroit, Milwaukee, Pittsburgh

- CLEVELAND trades SP ANDREW HOLLOWAY to LOS ANGELES(A) for SS CAREY FITZGERALD.

- HOUSTON trades CF WENDELL GRAY to SAN FRANCISCO for RF GRADY SAUNDERS, SP NORMAN GILLS and SF 2nd round pick.

- ATLANTA trades 1B AL SCHMIDT to DETROIT for SP RICK HUNT, DET 2nd round pick and DET 3rd round pick.

- DETROIT trades SP OWEN PERRY to HOUSTON for SP CODY HERNANDEZ.

- KANSAS CITY trades KC 1st round pick to LOS ANGELES(N) for SP TOM ROZELLE.

- ATLANTA trades SS DERRYK SULLIVAN to NEW YORK(N) for RP WILSON KELLOGG, NYM 1st round pick and NYM 3rd round pick.

- BOSTON trades RP WILLIAM BEARD, SP MORRY ROBY and SP SAMUEL HARRISON to COLORADO for SP TYRELL BURLY, SP AARON ALONSO and COL 2nd round pick.

- BALTIMORE trades SP TRUMAN HOBSON to LOS ANGELES(A) for SP JASON KEMP and SP HECTOR PERRY.

- DETROIT trades SP TOMMY KIRKPATRICK to NEW YORK(N) for NYM 2nd round pick.

- HOUSTON trades CF ALEX MAY to KANSAS CITY for 3B ROBIN DOW.

- DETROIT trades 1B BILL NELSON to NEW YORK(N) for RP TIM MORAN.

- ATLANTA trades RP MATHEW ADAMS, SP REMKO BRUMMELENBOS and CF MANUEL RODRIGUES to COLORADO for SP BACHIR BENJELLOUN and CF RON FIELDS.

- HOUSTON trades SP ZACK HENNING to SAN FRANCISCO for RP DUSTIN ROBLES and SF 1st round pick.

- KANSAS CITY trades LF BRETT LOST, RF BURTON ALLEN, KC 2nd round pick and KC 3rd round pick to TORONTO for RF SCOTT O'MALLEY.

- BOSTON trades SP OLIVER HUMPHREY, RF ROB CORMIER, RP KENNY SCHMIDT and BOS 1st round pick to PITTSBURGH for SP IRVIN PARKER, RP BO JONES, C CONRAD MCDONALD, CF MONTAVIUS SANDERS, PIT 2nd round pick and PIT 3rd round pick.

- ARIZONA trades RF HAL TURNER to MIAMI for RP SAM BALLARD.

- BOSTON trades SP FRED HELMS to CLEVELAND for SP STERLING HONEYCUTT and CLE 2nd round pick.

- MIAMI trades RP MATTY EASLEY and OF IAN GARCIA to TEXAS for RP CLEVELAND BRADSHAW and LF JAROD HERNANDEZ.

- LOS ANGELES(A) trades SP BRANDON ALLISON to MIAMI for RP PHILLIP HARTMAN and MIA 1st round pick.

- PHILADELPHIA trades CF BRUCE WILLIAMS, RP EDDIE WARNER and RP TIMMY HAWKINS to SAN DIEGO for RP LANNY WAGNER, SP WILL STEVENSON, RP FRANK BULLARD, SD 1st round pick, SD 2nd round pick and SD 3rd round pick.

- KANSAS CITY trades C ACHILLES PAPADOPOULOS to MIAMI for C ALFONZO COLLINS and RF HAL TURNER.

- COLORADO trades SP MARIO GRANT and COL 3rd round pick to WASHINGTON for 2B GUSTAV BEAVERS.

- NEW YORK(A) trades SS DEE ANDREWS to PHILADELPHIA for SP BILL LYNCH.

- ARIZONA trades 1B RANDALL DOBSON to TORONTO for SS ZACK BALLARD and 2B MALCOM CORMIER.

- ARIZONA trades 1B RASHEED WALSH to SAN DIEGO for RP TIMMY HAWKINS and RP SAM SAMUELS.

- ARIZONA trades SP TERRENCE JEFFERS and 1B PHILLIP BUSH to CINCINNATI for SP HAROLD GUERRERA, SP JOEL GREEN and CIN 1st roud pick.

- LOS ANGELES(A) trades SP JOHNNY ROBY, RP RUSS NAVARRO, SP SHAYNE HAM, RP BILLY SLAUGHTER, SP BLAKE AMADOR and 2B DENNY CARTER to MINNESOTA for SP MATT STEWART and MIN 1st round pick.

- ARIZONA trades SP BUCK MCLANE and SP JOEL GREEN to KANSAS CITY for SP ERIK WRIGHT, SP FRED FOX, SP IVAN CONLEY, SP HORACE JENKINS, LF ED BAILEY and 2B QUAN TRAN.

- MINNESOTA trades SP FABIAN SHERMAN to TORONTO for 3B BOYD BOGGS and RP MONTY SCHWAB.

- HOUSTON trades IF LEONARD DAWKINS to NEW YORK(A) for RP DAMIEN ADAMS, 3B BRAD VEGA, RF AARON GREER, NYY 2nd round pick and NYY 3rd round pick.

- CLEVELAND trades 1B JACK HOLLOWAY to SEATTLE for SP JERAMY LEE and SEA 2nd round pick.

- LOS ANGELES(A) trades RP DIRK HENSON and LAA 3rd round pick to NEW YORK(A) for SP BILL LYNCH and NYY 1st round pick.

Nation Legends Club


CURRENT MEMBERS

SP ZACK GREINKE 120-69 W/L record, 2.66 ERA, 0.98 WHIP (LAD)
SP MAX SCHERZER 138-71 W/L record, 2.59 ERA, 0.97 WHIP (WSH, PIT, TEX, SD)
SP JAKE ARRIETA 220-56 W/L record, 2.36 ERA, 0.89 WHIP (CHC, SD)
SP CLAYTON KERSHAW 180-114 W/L record, 2.48 ERA, 0.93 WHIP (LAD, COL, WSH)
SP LUIS SEVERINO 300-151 W/L record, 2.90 ERA, 0.95 WHIP (NYY, CHC, TEX)
SP NOAH SYNDERGAARD 257-158 W/L record, 2.79 ERA, 0.99 WHIP (NYM, SD, SF, TB)
RP DELLIN BETANCES 29-42 W/L record, 169 SV, 2.73 ERA, 0.94 WHIP (NYY, NYM, WSH)
1B PAUL GOLDSCHMIDT .279 AVG, 231 HR, 813 RBI (ARI, NYM, PHI)
1B JOEY VOTTO .292 AVG, 199 HR, 725 RBI (CIN, ARI, CWS, SD)
2B MICAH JOHNSON .280AVG, 171 HR, 718 RBI (CWS, MIN)
SS FRANCISCO LINDOR .313AVG, 251 HR, 1027 RBI (CLE, PIT, NYY)
3B JAVIER BAEZ .291AVG, 393 HR, 1261 RBI, 159 SB (CHC, MIN)
OF KYLE SCHWARBER .291AVG, 483 HR, 1464 RBI, 6 SB (CHC, WSH, KC)
OF DOMINGO SANTANA .278AVG, 374 HR, 1290 RBI, 16 SB (MIL, SD, MIA)
OF MIKE TROUT .276AVG, 535 HR, 1378 RBI, 35 SB (LAA, PIT, TB, DET, SD, OAK, CWS)
OF BRYCE HARPER .307AVG, 792 HR, 1989 RBI, 34 SB (WSH, DET, MIA, SF)

Requirements:

HITTERS

- Minimum of 5 full seasons played in the league.

- Career average of .275 or better

- 100+ career HR

- 500+ career RBI

PITCHERS

- Minimum of 5 full seasons played in the league.

- 100 career wins for a SP

- 100 career saves for a RP

- Career WHIP cannot exceed 1.00

- Career ERA cannot exceed 3.00

NEW: All of the players that meet the requirements will be submitted to a league vote to decide if they get in or not.

Record book


2033 Champions: New York Yankees
2032 Champions: Seattle Mariners
2031 Champions: Seattle Mariners
2030 Champions: San Diego Padres
2029 Champions: Seattle Mariners
2028 Champions: Oakland Athletics
2027 Champions: San Diego Padres
2026 Champions: Detroit Tigers
2025 Champions: Detroit Tigers
2024 Champions: San Diego Padres
2023 Champions: San Diego Padres
2022 Champions: New York Mets
2021 Champions: New York Mets
2020 Champions: New York Mets
2019 Champions: New York Mets
2018 Champions: Chicago Cubs
2017 Champions: Chicago Cubs
2016 Champions: Chicago Cubs
2015 Champions: Chicago Cubs

2033 AL MVP: Hal Smith, Oakland Athletics
2032 AL MVP: Glenn Myers, Detroit Tigers
2031 AL MVP: Jeremy Hobson, Seattle Mariners
2030 AL MVP: Dick Payne, Baltimore Orioles
2029 AL MVP: Logan Sutton, Tampa Bay Rays
2028 AL MVP: Carlton Prior, Detroit Tigers
2027 AL MVP: Dickie McCracken, Los Angeles Angels
2026 AL MVP: Chester Knutsen, New York Yankees
2025 AL MVP: Kyle Hughes, New York Yankees
2024 AL MVP: Corey Seager, Tampa Bay Rays
2023 AL MVP: Bryce Harper, Detroit Tigers
2022 AL MVP: Carlos Correa, Houston Astros
2021 AL MVP: Bryce Harper, Detroit Tigers
2020 AL MVP: Keith Morgan, Boston Red Sox
2019 AL MVP: Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels
2018 AL MVP: Carlos Correa, Houston Astros
2017 AL MVP: Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels
2016 AL MVP: Josh Donaldson, Toronto Blue Jays
2015 AL MVP: Josh Donaldson, Toronto Blue Jays

2033 NL MVP: Bruno Clayton, Milwaukee Brewers
2032 NL MVP: Norman Bailey, Atlanta Braves
2031 NL MVP: Manuel Rodrigues, Atlanta Braves
2030 NL MVP: Dee Ruiz, New York Mets
2029 NL MVP: Scott Sterling, San Diego Padres
2028 NL MVP: Scott Sterling, San Diego Padres
2027 NL MVP: Dusty Kirkpatrick, Washington Nationals
2026 NL MVP: Nicky Boyce, Colorado Rockies
2025 NL MVP: Scott Sterling, San Diego Padres
2024 NL MVP: Scott Sterling, San Diego Padres
2023 NL MVP: Domingo Santana, San Diego Padres
2022 NL MVP: Rougned Odor, New York Mets
2021 NL MVP: Dilson Herrera, New York Mets
2020 NL MVP: Domingo Santana, Milwaukee Brewers
2019 NL MVP: Nolan Arenado, Colorado Rockies
2018 NL MVP: Kyle Schwarber, Chicago Cubs
2017 NL MVP: Bryce Harper, Washington Nationals
2016 NL MVP: Paul Goldschmidt, Arizona Diamondbacks
2015 NL MVP: Bryce Harper, Washington Nationals

2033 AL CY YOUNG: Zach Ballard, Seattle Mariners
2032 AL CY YOUNG: Tyson Ward, Cleveland Indians
2031 AL CY YOUNG: Zach Ballard, Seattle Mariners
2030 AL CY YOUNG: Kurt Simpson, Cleveland Indians
2029 AL CY YOUNG: Bruno Allison, Boston Red Sox
2028 AL CY YOUNG: Stephen McMahon, Oakland Athletics
2027 AL CY YOUNG: Huey Bridges, Detroit Tigers
2026 AL CY YOUNG: Eliazar Rodriguez, Kansas City Royals
2025 AL CY YOUNG: Stephen McMahon, Oakland Athletics
2024 AL CY YOUNG: Jamal Boykin, Baltimore Orioles
2023 AL CY YOUNG: Esteban Iverson, Oakland Athletics
2022 AL CY YOUNG: Stephen McMahon, Oakland Athletics
2021 AL CY YOUNG: Taijuan Walker, Seattle Mariners
2020 AL CY YOUNG: Stephen McMahon, Oakland Athletics
2019 AL CY YOUNG: Lance McCullers, Houston Astros
2018 AL CY YOUNG: Javier Marcellus, Boston Red Sox
2017 AL CY YOUNG: Francisco Liriano, Chicago White Sox
2016 AL CY YOUNG: Dallas Keuchel, Houston Astros
2015 AL CY YOUNG: Corey Kluber, Cleveland Indians

2033 NL CY YOUNG: Othello Reynoso, San Francisco Giants
2032 NL CY YOUNG: Gino Martinez, Pittsburgh Pirates
2031 NL CY YOUNG: Javier May, Atlanta Braves
2030 NL CY YOUNG: Devin Olivas, Chicago Cubs
2029 NL CY YOUNG: Hassan Connors, San Diego Padres
2028 NL CY YOUNG: Magnus Kristensen, New York Mets
2027 NL CY YOUNG: Sam Samuels, Miami Marlins
2026 NL CY YOUNG: Devin Olivas, Chicago Cubs
2025 NL CY YOUNG: Luis Severino, Chicago Cubs
2024 NL CY YOUNG: Luis Severino, Chicago Cubs
2023 NL CY YOUNG: Noah Syndergaard, San Diego Padres
2022 NL CY YOUNG: Cecil Patterson, New York Mets
2021 NL CY YOUNG: Noah Syndergaard, San Diego Padres
2020 NL CY YOUNG: Dave Marshall, St.Louis Cardinals
2019 NL CY YOUNG: Madison Bumgarner, San Francisco Giants
2018 NL CY YOUNG: Sonny Gray, Miami Marlins
2017 NL CY YOUNG: Jake Arrieta, Chicago Cubs
2016 NL CY YOUNG: Jake Arrieta, Chicago Cubs
2015 NL CY YOUNG: Jake Arrieta, Chicago Cubs

2033 AL RoY: Ben Johnson, Oakland Athletics
2032 AL RoY: Adrian Rodgers, Minnesota Twins
2031 AL RoY: Larry Amador, Toronto Blue Jays
2030 AL RoY: Gordon Elder, Chicago White Sox
2029 AL RoY: Rodney McBride, Chicago White Sox
2028 AL RoY: Samuel Rogers, Baltimore Orioles
2027 AL RoY: Devin Martinez, Texas Rangers
2026 AL RoY: Dick Payne, Baltimore Orioles
2025 AL RoY: Monroe Smith, Kansas City Royals
2024 AL RoY: Vernon Pena, Cleveland Indians
2023 AL RoY: Ron Fields, Texas Rangers
2022 AL RoY: Eliazar Rodriguez, Kansas City Royals
2021 AL RoY: Brian Bell, Kansas City Royals
2020 AL RoY: Hector Batista, Minnesota Twins
2019 AL RoY: Kyle Hughes, Seattle Mariners
2018 AL RoY: Lloyd Nash, Minnesota Twins
2017 AL RoY: Stephen McMahon, Oakland A's
2016 AL RoY: Carmen Haas, Toronto Blue Jays

2033 NL RoY: Cody Carpenter, San Diego Padres
2032 NL RoY: Randy Holt, Washington Nationals
2031 NL RoY: Denver Guerrero, Philadelphia Phillies
2030 NL RoY: Korky Talbot, Washington Nationals
2029 NL RoY: Paolo Miller, Milwaukee Brewers
2028 NL RoY: Donte Warner, Cincinnati Reds
2027 NL RoY: Bradley Haskins, Pittsburgh Pirates
2026 NL RoY: Ty Morris, Philadelphia Phillies
2025 NL RoY: Jared Yarborough, St.Louis Cardinals
2024 NL RoY: Parker Jones, San Francisco Giants
2023 NL RoY: Harold Shaw, Atlanta Braves
2022 NL RoY: Gritch Papatwika, Milwaukee Brewers
2021 NL RoY: Zack Goodman, San Diego Padres
2020 NL RoY: Jason Brunansky, San Francisco Giants
2019 NL RoY: Scott Sterling, New York Mets
2018 NL RoY: Dee Ruiz, San Francisco Giants
2017 NL RoY: Terry Runnels, St.Louis Cardinals
2016 NL RoY: Ronald Cobb, Atlanta Braves

2033 WS MVP: Zack Fisher, New York Yankees
2032 WS MVP: Norman Tucker, Seattle Mariners
2031 WS MVP: Zach Ballard, Seattle Mariners
2030 WS MVP: Scott Sterling, San Diego Padres
2029 WS MVP: Huan Nguyen, Seattle Mariners
2028 WS MVP: Basil Wilford, Oakland Athletics
2027 WS MVP: Keith Morgan, San Diego Padres
2026 WS MVP: Max Porter, Detroit Tigers
2025 WS MVP: Rodger Madsen, Detroit Tigers
2024 WS MVP: Nick Tuttle, San Diego Padres
2023 WS MVP: Randall Hooks, San Diego Padres
2022 WS MVP: Rougned Odor, New York Mets
2021 WS MVP: Scott Sterling, New York Mets
2020 WS MVP: Cecil Patterson, New York Mets
2019 WS MVP: Dilson Herrera, New York Mets
2018 WS MVP: Javier Baez, Chicago Cubs
2017 WS MVP: Jake Arrieta, Chicago Cubs
2016 WS MVP: Kyle Schwarber, Chicago Cubs
2015 WS MVP: Anthony Rizzo, Chicago Cubs

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