2012 MLB Draft Order: Minnesota Twins Will Have Another 2 Picks In Second Round

The Minnesota Twins had three picks in the first round and compensatory round of the 2012 MLB First-Year Player Draft on Monday night, selecting OF Byron Buxton with the No. 2 overall pick, RHP Jose Berrios with the No. 32 overall pick, and RHP Luke Bard with the No. 42 overall pick.

On Tuesday, the Twins will have another two picks -- the third overall of the second round (No. 63 overall) and No. 72 overall. The draft will conclude on Wednesday with the remaining rounds.

The order for the rest of the draft can be found here. The second and third rounds are below:

SECOND ROUND

61. Houston Astros

62. Oakland Athletics (J. Willingham - MIN)

63. MINNESOTA TWINS

64. Seattle Mariners

65. Baltimore Orioles

66. Kansas City Royals

67. Chicago Cubs

68. San Diego Padres

69. Pittsburgh Pirates

70. San Diego Padres (H. Bell - MIA)

71. New York Mets (J. Reyes - MIA)

72. MINNESOTA TWINS (M. Cuddyer - COL)

73. Colorado Rockies

74. Oakland Athletics

75. New York Mets

76. Chicago White Sox

77. Philadelphia Phillies (R. Madson - CIN)

78. Cincinnati Reds

79. Cleveland Indians

80. Washington Nationals

81. Toronto Blue Jays

82. Los Angeles Dodgers

83. Texas Rangers (C.J. Wilson - LAA)

84. San Francisco Giants

85. Atlanta Braves

86. St. Louis Cardinals

87. Boston Red Sox

88. Tampa Bay Rays

89. New York Yankees (S. Stafford - unsigned)

90. Arizona Diamondbacks

91. Detroit Tigers

92. Milwaukee Brewers

93. Texas Rangers

94. New York Yankees

95. Philadelphia Phillies

THIRD ROUND

96. Houston Astros

97. MINNESOTA TWINS

98. Seattle Mariners

99. Baltimore Orioles

100. Kansas City Royals

101. Chicago Cubs

102. San Diego Padres

103. Pittsburgh Pirates

104. Miami Marlins

105. Colorado Rockies

106. Oakland Athletics

107. New York Mets

108. Chicago White Sox

109. Cincinnati Reds

110. Cleveland Indians

111. Washington Nationals

112. Toronto Blue Jays

113. Los Angeles Dodgers

114. Los Angeles Angels

115. San Francisco Giants

116. Atlanta Braves

117. St. Louis Cardinals

118. Boston Red Sox

119. Tampa Bay Rays

120. Arizona Diamondbacks

121. Detroit Tigers

122. Milwaukee Brewers

123. Texas Rangers

124. New York Yankees

125. Philadelphia Phillies

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