2012 MLB Draft Order: Mets Pick 12th While Yankees Draft 30th

The day has finally arrived for all the baseball fans across the country and here in New York.

The 2012 MLB Draft will get underway tonight from Secaucus, N.J. The first round should be very exciting, with the Houston Astros kicking off the affairs with the first overall pick.

The New York Mets will be the first of the local teams to draft, picking 12th overall on the evening. The Mets are having a surprisingly good season and should add to the farm system with a stud.

The New York Yankees are selecting 30th. If the Bronx Bombers can grab a nice impact player for down the road, they'll be thrilled to continue a long line of excellence.

Here is the order of Round 1 and Compensation Round A for Monday night.

First Round

  1. Houston Astros
  2. Minnesota Twins
  3. Seattle Mariners
  4. Baltimore Orioles
  5. Kansas City Royals
  6. Chicago Cubs
  7. San Diego Padres
  8. Pittsburgh Pirates
  9. Miami Marlins
  10. Colorado Rockies
  11. Oakland Athletics
  12. New York Mets
  13. Chicago White Sox
  14. Cincinnati Reds
  15. Cleveland Indians
  16. Washington Nationals
  17. Toronto Blue Jays
  18. Los Angeles Dodgers
  19. St. Louis Cardinals (compensation)
  20. San Francisco Giants
  21. Atlanta Braves
  22. Toronto Blue Jays (compensation)
  23. St. Louis Cardinals
  24. Boston Red Sox
  25. Tampa Bay Rays
  26. Arizona Diamondbacks
  27. Milwaukee Brewers (compensation)
  28. Milwaukee Brewers
  29. Texas Rangers
  30. New York Yankees
  31. Boston Red Sox (compensation)

    Compensation Round A
  32. Minnesota Twins
  33. San Diego Padres
  34. Oakland Athletics
  35. New York Mets
  36. St. Louis Cardinals
  37. Boston Red Sox
  38. Milwaukee Brewers
  39. Texas Rangers
  40. Philadelphia Phillies
  41. Houston Astros
  42. Minnesota Twins
  43. Chicago Cubs
  44. San Diego Padres
  45. Pittsburgh Pirates
  46. Colorado Rockies
  47. Oakland Athletics
  48. Chicago White Sox
  49. Cincinnati Reds
  50. Toronto Blue Jays
  51. Los Angeles Dodgers
  52. St. Louis Cardinals
  53. Texas Rangers
  54. Philadelphia Phillies
  55. San Diego Padres
  56. Chicago Cubs
  57. Cincinnati Reds
  58. Toronto Blue Jays
  59. St. Louis Cardinals
  60. Toronto Blue Jays

  61. For more on the Yankees, please be sure to visit Pinstripe Alley. For the Mets, head on over to Amazin' Avenue. For comprehensive coverage on both teams and the draft, stay right here on SB Nation New York.

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