The Toronto Blue Jays selected a pair of hard-throwing high school right-handers on the first day of the 2013 MLB draft before adding even more teenage pitchers on day two.
The draft isn’t over yet — it concludes with the 30 final rounds Saturday — but it’s not too early to take stock of the Blue Jays’ top selections. Here’s some essential information on the organization’s top five picks:
Round 1 (pick 10): Phil Bickford
Round 2 (pick 47): Clinton Hollon
Round 3 (pick 83): Patrick Murphy
Round 4 (pick 115): Evan Smith
Round 5 (pick 145): Daniel Lietz
The Blue Jays selected Matt Boyd, a left-handed pitcher from Oregon State, with their sixth round selection.