The 2022 MLB draft is almost complete. Two days are in the books, and Tuesday holds the final proceedings.
Here’s what happened so far on Sunday and Monday:
- 1st round (No. 19): Daniel Susac (college catcher)
- 2nd-round (No. 56): Henry Bolte (high school outfielder)
- Competitive Balance B Round (No. 69): Clark Elliott (college outfielder)
- Rounds 3 thru 10
The Oakland A’s will make 10 more picks today.
- 11th round: No. 334
- 12th round: No. 364
- 13th round: No. 394
- 14th round: No. 424
- 15th round: No. 454
- 16th round: No. 484
- 17th round: No. 514
- 18th round: No. 544
- 19th round: No. 574
- 20th round: No. 604
Once the selections are done, attention will shift toward signing these new prospects to contracts. The A’s have a bonus pool of $8,315,800, and they can go up to 5% over that number without incurring any meaningful penalties.
Welcome to the newest A’s!