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 !!!


Go Highlanders ! ! ! !
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?

By the time you learn how to play the game...
You can't play it anymore ~ Frank Howard

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