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Searching for MLB season's surprise contenders. Nobody from the draft appeared in the majors and only one player from -- Cubs infielder Nico Hoerner, the 24th overall pick -- has made it so far, so we'll start with the top five from No surprise that the first four players to reach the majors were pitchers, although it's interesting that three of them were not first-round picks. First-rounder Tyler Soderstrom is a high school catcher, so we'll go with the Michigan right-hander. One of the fun aspects of any MLB draft is trying to predict which players will be the first to reach the majors -- and it's not always the players right at the top of the draft. I'm going with Abel over the Phillies' three other selections, all college players they didn't have a second-round pick. Indians: OF DeShields tests positive, doing well. Los Angeles Dodgers. The most polished college pitcher in the draft, Detmers could certainly help the Angels out of the bullpen. Or maybe we'll get robot umpires and it won't matter. I could be underselling Jarvis, who has improved rapidly since last spring, including working with Driveline baseball to improve his velocity. Heston Kjerstad, RF, Orioles 2nd pick. In the words of ESPN draft guru Kiley McDaniel, Beeter "had the best raw stuff in the entire draft, headlined by a top-of-the-scale grade curveball. Los Angeles Angels. ESPN analyst Eduardo Perez loved his hands and feet in the batter's box, but he'll have to rein in the strikeouts although he has a patient approach. The Giants went with college players with their first four picks, with the switch-hitting Bailey obviously a big favorite of the scouting department given Joey Bart is the top-rated catching prospect in the minors. A bit of a surprise with the second pick, Kjerstad had the best left-handed power in the draft, but comes with concerns about his swing-and-miss game and poor strikeout-to-walk ratio. Baseball gave us plenty of reasons to despise it, but here are reasons it's OK to still love it. The shortened season in -- and we will have some sort of baseball, eventually -- could actually help a few college pitchers get to the majors right away as the rules will likely allow for some sort of taxi squad. He has better stuff than Brady Singer or Jackson Kowar, two college pitchers the Royals took in the first round in who reached Double-A in and would have been potential arrivals for if not for the shutdown. The Nationals won the World Series in spite of their lack of bullpen depth. He walked just 1. Red Sox, Astros adapt parks for camps, season. He was also just a draft-eligible sophomore, so has leverage and could return to the draft next year and shoot up into the top Anyway, if he does sign, the Padres have moved their college pitchers very quickly in recent years. These World Series champs would have missed the playoffs in a game season. Check out highlights of right-handed pitcher Max Meyer out of Minnesota, drafted No. The White Sox drafted Fulmer ahead of Vanderbilt teammate Walker Buehler, and while he has appeared in the majors each of the past four seasons, he continues to struggle with his control. He could move as quickly as Bregman and Benintendi, although he has a little more swing-and-miss in his game than those two had in college, so maybe that timetable is more than More: Why the Tigers made Torkelson the No. After a strong career at Auburn, Burns could move that fast as well. He crushed it in four starts with Duke this spring 40 K's, 2 BB in 27 IP , so maybe should be a couple of tiers higher. Catcher Castillo becomes third Nat to opt out. Washington Nationals. While his high school team didn't play a game, Abel is still viewed as a polished high school pitcher with three quality pitches already. Austin Wells, C, Yankees 28th pick. Nick Yorke, 2B, Red Sox 17th pick. Hiura immediately started raking in the majors. He has little track record as a starter and a Tommy John surgery in his past , so this could take some development time -- or, based on the stuff, he could need little time at all in the minors. Lacy should at least be on a similar track, although the lack of innings in could delay things a little. The Cardinals' first three picks were high school kids, so we'll go with Burleson, who hit. He has a similar profile to Hiura as a bat-first second baseman and it wouldn't surprise me if he beats Torkelson and Martin to the majors. Next on the list would be Pete Alonso, who made the Opening Day roster in Bo Bichette, a second-round pick like Alonso, was the first high school hitter to make it. First-round pick Nick Bitsko is a high school pitcher and competitive balance pick. Boston Red Sox. Still, the package is tantalizing and he could turn into one of the steals of the draft. The Braves went with four college players, but with no second-round pick, that makes the Wake Forest product the best bet to arrive first. The Jays will have to figure out where he plays in the field, but as a high-contact, high-performing college player, he has the kind of game that should get him to the majors in rapid fashion. We'll list one guy from each team who should be quickest to the majors, but before we do that let's take a quick look back at some recent drafts to see who first arrived. Alec Burleson, OF, Cardinals 2nd round, 70th pick. The Red Sox did go with two college pitchers in the fourth and fifth rounds, but I'll go with Yorke, their controversial first-round pick over third-rounder Blaze Jordan. Colorado Rockies. The last player to appear in the majors in his draft year was Royals pitcher Brandon Finnegan in , whom the Royals specifically targeted as someone who could help them in the bullpen for the playoff push. Garrett Mitchell, CF, Brewers 20th pick. Baseball is back -- and we have the video to prove it. New York Yankees.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} He faced weak competition at New Mexico State, but performed on the Cape last summer and his plate discipline and approach mean he could chew through the minors. The MLB draft pick who could make the majors first on all 30 teams. Hays was drafted out of Jacksonville University and soared through Class A and Double-A before jumping to the majors, although his progress has slowed since. His career at Miami was interrupted by some minor injuries, but he was off to a great start in , he has a three-pitch mix and the Rockies can always use starting pitching. Angels star Trout voices hesitation about playing. Hicks went from Class A to the majors on the strength of his mph fastball, but unfortunately underwent Tommy John surgery last year. His advanced approach and performance are his calling card over any set of loud tools. Cleveland Indians. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Kyle Peterson calls No. Please, no robot umpires. He's , pounds, chucks it up there in the upper 90s and has hit But, hey, it could all click overnight and he'd be right in the majors. Patrick Bailey, C, Giants 13th pick. Chicago White Sox. The Royals were super happy to have Lacy fall to them with the fourth pick. The Vanderbilt closer fits the "college reliever who could move quickly" to a T and it wouldn't be a surprise if he gets a few innings in the majors. WSox prospect Kopech missing start of camp. Ginn, RHP, Mets 2nd round, 52nd pick. Justin Foscue, 2B, Rangers 14th pick. The MLB season is a series of tests -- and the first big one comes today. A draft-eligible sophomore, Sabato has big power that rivaled Torkelson's for best in the draft and fewer other tools, but that bat might carry him rapidly to the majors. The Yankees drafted him for the second time and his development time will be tied to how the long the Yankees keep him at catcher or whether they move him to another position if the bat is advanced enough to move faster. He never learned to tap into that in games with the Bruins, which is why he fell to later in the first round he also has Type 1 diabetes. Bieber was drafted in and reached the majors less than two years later. A first-round pick by the Dodgers out of high school, he would have gone there again, but had Tommy John surgery last year. Skip to navigation. This has become even harder to do as teams manipulate service time and hold a player back in the minors or refrain from a September call-up. Texas' next four picks were all high schoolers, so Foscue is the easy choice. Cavalli is another long-term starter, but his uppers fastball and devastating slider form a two-pitch arsenal that could provide depth in Given the Cubs' bullpen woes in , this looks like a selection specifically made with a quick climb to the majors in mind. Meyer's slider is arguably the best wipeout pitch in the entire draft, which he pairs with an uppers heater. Like Detmers, he'll be developed as a starter for the long term, but this 6-foot-6 lefty with a huge fastball could make an immediate impact as a reliever. Tigers scouting director Scott Pleis told reporters Thursday that he didn't think the lack of game action would have much of an impact on Torkelson's arrival time. More: How Gonzales showed his gaudy numbers didn't come out of thin air. Arizona Diamondbacks. He could certainly pitch now out of a big league bullpen, although if the Marlins aren't in playoff contention there's probably little need to use Meyer. The Indians have done very well with this kind of player in recent years; see Shane Bieber and Aaron Civale. Nick Gonzales, 2B, Pirates 7th pick. He hit. Jordan has more power, but Yorke has the better hit tool and is more likely to reach the majors. The UCLA product is an 80 runner with a plus arm and big raw power -- at least in batting practice. Bregman and Benintendi were in the majors barely a year after getting drafted while Glover and Taylor were college relievers who moved quickly.