2022 MLB Actual Draft Day(s) Thread

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Re: 2022 MLB Actual Draft Day(s) Thread

Postby TarzanJoeWallis » Sat Jul 23, 2022 2:47 pm

CaliforniaRaisin wrote:https://twitter.com/cadehorton14/status/1550686251220471808?s=21&t=T9aT1VlZFBlsIjXCtficAA

Why is the ghost of Larry King with him?
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Postby CaliforniaRaisin » Sat Jul 23, 2022 3:26 pm

Bertz wrote:https://twitter.com/jimcallisMLB/status/1550846866979520513?s=19

A smidge more than a lot at #13


Between the savings for Horton and Hull plus the 5% overage, they have $1,978,045 extra to spread around Ferris, Paciolla and Mulé.
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Postby craig » Sat Jul 23, 2022 5:01 pm

CaliforniaRaisin wrote:
Bertz wrote:https://twitter.com/jimcallisMLB/status/1550846866979520513?s=19

A smidge more than a lot at #13


Between the savings for Horton and Hull plus the 5% overage, they have $1,978,045 extra to spread around Ferris, Paciolla and Mulé.


I assume they'll clear another ≥$250 on Noland and McCullough.
*So overall >$2.2 in discretionary overslot.

I'm kinda guessing ~$0.2 of that will be for 3rd day overslot(s), and that it will be ~$2M on the picks 2-4.

Perhaps simple negotiation/discussion round-numbers might have been $3M, $1M, and $1M for Ferris-Paciolla-Mule. If those three got $5.0, $1.0, and $1.0 all on the dot, that would be $2.1 over. Kantro could accomodate that, just barely, if he's saving <$100K for 3rd day, and if McGwire, Frisch, and Birdsell are all either slot or variably under.

I'm curious whether McGwire will be slot, or if maybe he'll get a little extra? His slot if $189; I'd not be surprised to see them bump it to $200, 250, or $300.

I'm also curious to see how the overslots shake out between Mule and Paciolla. Mule's gotten much more talk and attention. So I'm curious whether he gets biggish overslot and Paciolla isn't much above slot? Or if they like Paciolla more than we realize, and he gets a bigger overslot than we realize? For now I'll just guess $1M each.
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Postby CaliforniaRaisin » Sat Jul 23, 2022 6:51 pm



Just waiting for the bonus info to be released.
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Postby craig » Sun Jul 24, 2022 7:44 pm

Wow, big surprise. An overslot for 23-year-old Noland is totally a shocker. I'd totally assumed he'd be a standard $25K type senior-sign guy. Plus with other pitchers profiling as high-velocity guys, I didn't anticipate a 23-year-old 88-91 mph finesse guy to get overslot.

They must love his apart-from-velocity profile. Could also be another case where Callis is reporting 88-91 as his normal fastball, but Cubs scout it more favorably. Perhaps typical was 88-91, but everybody touches higher, so maybe they've seen touch 94-96, and figure they can normalize that in pitch lab? Or maybe he's an old-school 2-seam guy, and it's good; but they figure he can pick up a 94-95 4-seam, or something like that?

I'm both shocked and kind of delighted. I'd assume he was just a roster-fill senior-sign, not really a big-league prospect. The fact that they expend superslot dollars on him reflects that they must view him as an actual prospect. Fun!
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Postby Bertz » Sun Jul 24, 2022 9:56 pm



Assumed Paciolla was gonna take more
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Postby craig » Mon Jul 25, 2022 3:06 am

Other than Ferris and Mule, all of the figures are in for the first 10 rounds.
1. With some roundoff, there is ~$1.89 available for superslot, between the 5% overage and the underslots.
2. Counting slot for Ferris and Mule, there appears to be just under $4.1 M to apply between Ferris, Mule, and any 3rd-day superslot dollars.

I'm still guessing $3.0 and $1.0 for Ferris and Mule; which would leave ≤~$90K for 3rd-day overslot offers to Wheat and Blatter. (assuming none of NOriega or Rujano already got that....).

Or perhaps Mule will get $0.9 like Paciolla got, and leave a little more for Blatter?

Hull was the only significant underslot guy. McCullough got $125K, so basically 3rd-day slot. McGwire $200, just a modest little overslot.
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Postby d_money » Mon Jul 25, 2022 10:52 am

I thought the $125K was the minimum available to all 3rd day guys and that those funds don’t count towards the total cap (or something like that).
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Postby Tim » Mon Jul 25, 2022 11:41 am

d_money wrote:I thought the $125K was the minimum available to all 3rd day guys and that those funds don’t count towards the total cap (or something like that).

$125k is the maximum that day 3 guys can be paid without it counting toward the overall cap. They can be signed for $1 if they agree to it. But the only reason not to give them the $125k is the org being stingy.
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Postby CaliforniaRaisin » Wed Jul 27, 2022 3:18 am

What are the Diamondbacks doing to their first round picks’ shoulders?

Carroll, Lawler and now Jones.
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Re: 2022 MLB Actual Draft Day(s) Thread

Postby CaliforniaRaisin » Wed Jul 27, 2022 10:24 pm

With bonuses out for everyone in the top 10 rounds who has signed plus Rujano who got more than $125k, the Cubs have $4,005,005 for Ferris, Mulé and any other Day 3 pick who gets more than $125k.

Guys who haven’t signed yet: Ferris (2), Mulé (4), Marshall (14), Wheat (16) and Blatters (19).
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CaliforniaRaisin wrote:Guys who haven’t signed yet: Ferris (2), Mulé (4), Marshall (14), Wheat (16) and Blatters (19).

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Re: 2022 MLB Actual Draft Day(s) Thread

Postby CaliforniaRaisin » Thu Jul 28, 2022 12:09 am

Savermetrics wrote:
CaliforniaRaisin wrote:Guys who haven’t signed yet: Ferris (2), Mulé (4), Marshall (14), Wheat (16) and Blatters (19).



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Postby Tim » Thu Jul 28, 2022 4:09 am

Assuming Ferris signs, that gets us to 18 picks out of 20. I'd love to get Wheat & Blatter, also, but that may be asking too much.
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It's crazy how dedicated an A's fan is to tracking the Cubs draft picks every year. Thanks Savermetrics!
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