njbb, The first day was rounds 1-20. Can't remember when it started the second day. Live coverage was available on the net.
Was very interesting to listen to.



"There is among us a far closer relationship than the purely social one of a fraternal organization because we are bound together not only by a single interest but by a common goal. To win. Nothing else matters, and nothing else will do." Sandy Koufax
It is also a lot of fun to listen to when you know players who are draft eligible. We are friends with Greg Miller, Dodgers' Minor League Pitcher of the Year ... and I sat here and heard Tommy Lasorda say Greg's name in the '02 draft. 31st pick over-all (1st pick in sandwich round). I tell you ... I got goose bumps. And also got to hear some of son's college teammates drafted that year ... lots of fun !!!

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I, too, have enjoyed listening to the draft for these 2 exciting days....Anticipation of hearing a friend's name is just exhillerating.

I have noticed that in our area, players rarely go where they are projected to go <round>.....and very frequently, they are not drafted at all.

Be careful about expectations....maybe some others could comment on how a player receives info on what rounds he is predicted to go in...
and why it can sometimes be so innacurate?

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