Orioles Prep SS Jackson Holliday takes #1 overall

After several seasons filled with absurdities recently, the future of the Baltimore Orioles looks much brighter.

Losing 110 games a year ago earned them the right to first-choice overall in the 2022 MLB Draft, a selection they used Sunday in their short pre-season. Jackson Holiday from Stillwater, Oklahoma.

The son of seven-time MLB All-Star player Matt Holliday was named Oklahoma Prep Player of the Year in 2022, breaking JT Realmuto’s National High School record for most hits in a season with 89 in just 41 games, while hitting. 685/. 749 / 1.392 with 17 home runs.

With no fewer than 100 losses in each of the past three full seasons of MLB, the Orioles are familiar with the high picking in the first round. But with the 2019 No. 1 overall-ranked Adley Rutschman making his MLB debut this season, the O’s appears to have pulled a turn — recently compiling a 10-game winning streak that lifted them above 0.500 for the first time late this season. Since 2017.

The first two rounds of the MLB 2022 draft were held Sunday night. Rounds 3-10 will take place on Monday, while Rounds 11-20 will take place on Tuesday.

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first round

1 – Baltimore Orioles: SS Jackson Holiday, Stillwater (UCLA.) HS

2. Arizona Diamondbacks: of Drew Jones, Wesleyan School (Norcross, Georgia)

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3. Texas Rangers: B Kumar Rucker, Vanderbilt (missed last season)

4 – Pittsburgh Pirates: SS Termarr Johnson, Mays (Ga.) HS

5. Washington Nationals: Elijah Green, IMG Academy (Florida)

6 – Miami Marlins: 3B Jacob Berry, LSU

7. Chicago Cubs: Be Kid Horton, Oklahoma

8. Minnesota Twins: SS Brooks Lee, Cal Poly

9. Kansas City Royals: Off Gavin Cross, Virginia Tech

10. Colorado Rockies: Gabriel Hughes, Gonzaga

11. New York Mets (For non-location 2021, choose Kumar Rocker): C Kevin Parada, Georgia Tech

12. Detroit Tigers: 2B Jess Jong, Texas Tech

13. Los Angeles Angels: SS Zack Netto, Campbell

14- New York Mets: SS Jet Williams, Rockwall Heath (Texas) HS

15. San Diego Padres: Dylan Lesko, Buford (Georgia) HS

16. Cleveland Guardians: By Chase Delauter, James Madison

17. Philadelphia Phillies: Justin Crawford, Bishop Gorman (Nevada) HS

18. Cincinnati Reds: 3B Cam Collier, Chipola College (Fla.)

19. Auckland A: C Daniel Susak, Arizona

20- Atlanta Braves B Owen Murphy, Riverside Brookfield (Illinois) HS

21- Seattle Mariners SS Cole Young, North Allegheny (Pennsylvania) HS

22. St. Louis Cardinals: P Cooper Hjerpe, Oregon

23. Toronto Blue Jays: B. Brandon Barrera, American Heritage School (Florida)

24. Boston Red Sox: SS Mickey Romero, Orange Lutheran (California) HS

25- New York Yankees: Spencer Jones, Vanderbilt

26. Chicago White Sox: Noah Schultz, Oswego East (Ill.) HS

27. Milwaukee Brewers: SS Eric Brown Jr., Coastal Carolina

28. Houston Astros: From Drew Gilbert, Tennessee

29- Tampa Bay Rays: 1B Xavier Isaac, East Forsyth (NC) HS

30. San Francisco Giants: 1B/P Reggie Crawford, Connecticut

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31. Colorado Rockies (For loss to free agent Trevor Storey): Sterlin Thompson, Florida

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32. Cincinnati Reds (For loss of free agent Nick Castellanos): 3B Sal Stewart, Westminster Christian School (Fla.)

Competitive Balance Round A

33 – Baltimore Orioles: Dylan Pevers, California

34- Arizona Diamondbacks: P Landon Sims, Mississippi

35. Atlanta Braves (Acquired from Kansas City for Drew Waters): P JR Ritchie, Bainbridge (Wash.) HS

36 – Pittsburgh Pirates: Thomas Harrington, Campbell

37. Cleveland Guardians: Justin Campbell, Oklahoma

38. Colorado Rockies: Jordan Beck, Tennessee

39- San Diego Padres P Robby Snelling, McQueen (Nevada) HS

second round

40. Los Angeles Dodgers (Under 30 due to luxury tax overrun): C. Dalton Rushing, Louisville

41. Boston Red Sox (Jude Fabian offset unsigned 2021 runner-up): SS Cutter Coffey, Liberty (California) HS

42 – Baltimore Orioles: 3B Max Wagner, Clemson

43- Arizona Diamondbacks: 1B Evan Melendez, Texas

44 – Pittsburgh Pirates: P Hunter Barco, Florida

45- Citizens of Washington: Jake Bennett, Oklahoma

46. ​​Miami Marlins: B. Jacob Miller, Liberty Union (Ohio) HS

47. Chicago Cubs: B. Jackson Ferris, IMG Academy (Florida).

48. Minnesota Twins: B Connor Prilip, Alabama

49. Kansas City Royals: 3B Cayden Wallace, Arkansas

50. Colorado Rockies: B Jackson Cox, Tuttle Lake (Washington) HS

51 – Detroit Tigers: SS Peyton Graham, Oklahoma

52 – New York Mets: B Blade Tidwell, Tennessee

53- San Diego Padres: Adam Mazur, Iowa

54. Cleveland Guardians: Parker Messick, Florida

55. Cincinnati Reds: C Logan Tanner, Mississippi

56. Auckland Athletics: Henry Bolt, Palo Alto (California) HS

57. Atlanta Braves: B Cole Phillips, Boerne (Texas) HS

58. Seattle Mariners: 3B Tyler Locklear, Virginia Commonwealth University

59. St. Louis Cardinals: Prycen Mautz, University of San Diego

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60. Toronto Blue Jays: SS, Josh Kacevich, Oregon

61 – New York Yankees: Bee Drew Thorpe, Cal Poly

62. Chicago White Sox: Peyton Pallette, Arkansas

63- Milwaukee Brewers P Jacob Misiorowski, Crowder College (Mo.)

64- Houston Astros: Jacob Melton, Oregon

65- Tampa Bay Rays: By Brooke Jones, Stanford

66. San Francisco Giants: P Carson Whisenhunt, East Carolina

Competitive Balance Round B

67. Baltimore Orioles (from Miami Marlins): Judd Fabian, Florida

68. Minnesota Twins: SS Tanner Schubel, Virginia Tech

69. Auckland Athletics: From Clark Elliott, Michigan

70- Tampa Bay Rays: SS Chandler Simpson, Georgia Tech

71. Tampa Bay Rays (from the Detroit Tigers): SS Ryan Cermack, Illinois

72- Milwaukee Brewers SS Robert Moore, Arkansas

73. Cincinnati Reds: Justin Boyd, Oregon

74- Seattle Mariners P Walter Ford, PES (Florida) HS

choose compensation

75. New York Mets (For losing Noah Sendergaard): Nick Morabito, Gonzaga College (DC) HS

76. Atlanta Braves (For Freddy Freeman’s loss): Blake Burkhalter, Auburn

77. Toronto Blue Jays (for the loss of Marcus Simin): SS Tucker Tuman, Hammond School (SC)

78. Toronto Blue Jays (To lose Robbie Ray): 2B Cade Doughty, LSU

79. Boston Red Sox (To lose Eduardo Rodriguez): Roman Anthony, Marjorie Stoneman Douglas (Florida) HS

80. Houston Astros (for Carlos Correa loss): B Andrew Taylor, CM

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