Even before the first name is called at the 2013 MLB Draft in Secaucus, N.J., you can begin following along at your computer. A simulcast of MLB Network's draft preview show will be streamed at MLB.com beginning at 6 p.m. ET. Coverage moves to the First-Year Player Draft (or Rule 4 draft, or June amateur draft, whichever you prefer) at 7 p.m. on both MLB Network and MLB.com. MLB.com will also allow fans to keep tabs pick-by-pick with its Draft Tracker. Day 1 streaming will also able available for tablet users who have MLB At Bat 13, and there will be a Draft Tracker available there as well. MLB.com has instructions for how to find that.
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MLB is pulling out all the stops for opening day, with live, in-studio coverage of the top 73 picks (covering the first two rounds and compensation picks). But when things cool down a bit Friday, you're still in luck. Rounds three through 10 will be MLB.com will be streamed on MLB.com that day beginning with a preview show at 12:30. You can follow along on the Draft Tracker as well. Most picks will be made Saturday during rounds 11-40. MLB.com coverage begins at 1 p.m. there.
The Houston Astros are now on the clock ...
Meanwhile the Tigers have not one, but two picks in the first round as well as a second rounder. They'll select 20th due to there finish in the standings last year. They traded competitive-balance picks with the Marlins last July to move up to 39th overall. In the second round they've got the 58th overall pick. If history repeats itself, they'll probably take a fireballer at some point.
6 p.m. -- MLB Draft preview show, MLB.com and MLB Network
7 p.m. -- MLB Draft Rounds 1-2, MLB.com and MLB Network
12:30 p.m. -- MLB Draft, preview, Rounds 3-10, MLB.com
1 p.m. ET -- MLB Draft, Rounds 11-40, MLB.com