Kris Bryant & Mark Appel
Kristopher L. Bryant (born January 4, 1992) is an American college baseball player, who attended San Diego University. Mark Appel (born July 15, 1991 in Houston, Texas) is a college baseball player at Stanford University for the Stanford Cardinal baseball team. /5
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That 7-43 stretch helped the Astros to the number one pick, where they took Mark Appel over some guy named Kris Bry…
I agree at Lunhow's greatness Jayson, but he has one huge misstep on his Astros resume: Mark Appel over Kris Bryant # 1 pick
As a fan of a team in the AL, I'm so glad they took Mark Appel over Kris Bryant
Are Mark Appel and Kris Bryant the MLB version of Leaf and Manning?
Solid pick by the Astros to get Mark Appel in front of Kris Bryant. C'mon, Cubbies
Astros, partially, drafted Mark Appel over Kris Bryant to save 1.5MM on his signing bonus since he was a college senior.
How come I never knew the Astros could have picked Kris Bryant? But instead chose mark appel in the draft. That's the real reason they suck.
Speaking of MLB drafts, I know I've said it before but imagine if Houston took Kris Bryant instead of Mark Appel. My god.
Buster Olney just compared Mark Appel being chosen before Kris Bryant to Sam Bowie being chosen before MJ.
Cards' affiliates will not only see Kris Bryant and Javy Baez tomorrow at AAA, but also Mark Appel and Carlos Correa at AA
fans have to be sick they team drafted Mark Appel and Brady Aiken while passing on Kris Bryant and Carlos Rodon the last two drafts.
fans when they realized they drafted Mark Appel over Kris Bryant and failed to sign Brady Aiken
Kris Bryant has 4 AAA hits and all of them are home runs. That's just stupid. Mark Appel being terrible makes Bryant's dominance sweeter
I'm a huge Mark Appel fan, but Kris Bryant is flat out killing the ball right now.
with the way Kris Bryant and Mark Appel are developing reinforces my belief...never take a pitcher that high in the draft
Kris Bryant homered in his AAA debut last night. 23rd HR of the year. Mark Appel has yet to leave A-ball.
One year after they were taken in the top three spots, Mark Appel, Kris Bryant and Jon Gray have each gone through unique experiences in their first full seasons.
eh, give him a break.He was s probably reading the BA top 100 questioning why his Astros picked Mark Appel over Kris Bryant
First autos from Mark Appel, Kris Bryant and more highlight Bowmand Draft Picks and Prospects - Case Break next Wed.
I wouldn't gamble on Guerrero. There is a lot of talent available. Kris Bryant, Jonathan Gray and Mark Appel from '13 MLB Draft
RUMORS SAY RYAN STANEK FELL IN THE DRAFT BECAUSE OF A MYSTERIOUS ELBOW INJURY! ELBOW LOOKED FINE TO ME ALL OF 2013! 8-1 0.70 ERA IN CONF! 10-2 1.40 ERA ALL YEAR! READING THE MLB DRAFT 2 COMMENTS Everyone expected Mark Appel (left) to go first in the draft, but Hunter Dozier (center) was a surprise at eighth, as was Ryne Stanek at 28th. (Getty, AP) The first round of the 2013 MLB draft is in the books and with one notable exception, it was actually a bit … boring. You know, outside of Harold Reynolds insisting Mark Appel would be in the majors by July and proclaiming that Moneyball was about drafting college pitchers. Part of this was because of the composition of the draft: outside of the big three talents (college pitchers Mark Appel and Jonathan Gray and college third baseman Kris Bryant), the rest of the draft class was a bit weak near the top, or to be more gracious, on a notably lower tier of talent and potential. Many -- most, if recent trends hold -- of these guys will make the majors, but it's f ...
Congratulations to Mark Appel, Kris Bryant, Jonathan Gray, Kohl Stewart, Clint Frazier, Colin Moran, Trey Ball, Hunter Dozier, and Austin Meadows. These guys were the first 9 of 1,500 players to be drafted in the 2013 first year player amateur draft.
In a draft with three consensus top talents in Mark Appel, Jonathan Gray, and Kris Bryant the Twins picked fourth and you'd have been hard-pressed to find a m
Mark Appel, Kris Bryant highlight USA Baseball alums selected in the first 33 picks
Congratulations to all 11 CCBL alums drafted in the first round, including No. 1 Mark Appel (YD 11) and No. 2 Kris Bryant (Chatham 11).
Many of the mock drafts had the Chicago Cubs picking a polished college arm with the second overall selection in the 2013 MLB First-Year Player Draft. With a pair of highly touted right handers in Stanford’s Mark Appel and Oklahoma’s Jonathan Gray, it was a safe assumption that the Cubs would be thr...
Oklahoma’s Jonathan Gray was selected third overall in the 2013 Major League Baseball Draft on Thursday night. The Colorado Rockies chose Gray, a powerful right-handed pitcher from Chandler. Gray is the Sooners’ highest draft pick since Bobby Witt was taken third overall by the Texas Rangers in 1985. Stanford pitcher Mark Appel went overall No. 1 to Houston. With the second overall pick, the Chicago Cubs selected power-hitting third baseman Kris Bryant from San Diego. Gray reportedly was flagged for Adderall during a pre-draft testing program. The news did not damage his draft status, just as many experts predicted correctly earlier this week. Gray is scheduled to be the starter in the Sooners’ Super Regional matchup at LSU on Friday night. Gray was a 13th-round selection in the 2010 draft by the Kansas City Royals after his high-school career. He was a 10th-round pick by the New York Yankees in the 2011 MLB Draft after one season at Eastern Oklahoma State College, but chose to transfer to Oklahoma. ...
There are some media reasons why it is better that the Cubs took Kris Bryant rather than Mark Appel. See if you can figure it out
With their first round pick tonight (second overall), the Chicago Cubs took San Diego third baseman Kris Bryant, the top positional prospect in the Draft. He was the leading home run hitter in college baseball this year by a wide margin. He's a legit stud.
MLB Draft: Mark Appel of Stanford to Astros, San Diego's Kris Bryant to Cubs. Good luck to Carmichael and Tucson players and the Giants' picks!
Houston Astros take Stanford pitcher Mark Appel with top pick in MLB draft. Chicago Cubs take homer-hitting third baseman Kris Bryant out of San Diego with No. 2 overall pick. Good pick for Astros, Jeremy Heath, and I like the Cubs taking Bryant.
Sad to see the Cubs not being able to get Mark Appel but really like the smart safe pick in Kris Bryant.
Kris Bryant the next kid for the Cubs, kid got power, our future
Watching 2013 MLB Draft. Astros had 1st pick...took top pick RHP Mark Appel from Stanford. Cubs are up...took 3B Kris Bryant out of San Diego. Rockies are on the clock!
The Chicago Cubs just drafted 3B Kris Bryant with their first round pick . Pitcher Mark Appel of Stanford went first overall to the Astros.
SP Mark Appel has been selected by the Astros with the first pick. And the Cubs selected 3B Kris Bryant with the 2nd pick.
With the 2nd pick the Cubs select 3rd baseman Kris Bryant.
Cubs fans ... Who's going to be our new top prospect? Jonathan Gray, Mark Appel, or Kris Bryant? I am getting a suspicion that we're starting to lean towards Bryant. I want Appel, but I'll support anybody we take. Or does someone think we shock everybody and take Colin Moran or Kohl Stewart? I'm excited.
Baseball Phil Rogers Baseball America’s Jim Callis still sees the Cubs and Astros going for college pitchers at the top of tonight's draft. In a mock draft posted today, Callis calls for the Astros to take Oklahoma right-hander Jonathan Gray with the first pick and the Cubs taking Stanford right-hander Mark Appel with the second pick. Callis writes that the Astros “may have’’ a slight preference for Appel over Gray but won’t take Appel if they aren’t convinced they can sign him at their price. Scott Boras is Appel’s advisor and he’s unlikely to offer a bargain, especially with the Cubs lined up right behind the Astros. Callis still sees the Astros as somewhat of a wild card, with third basemen Kris Bryant (University of San Diego) and Colin Moran (University of North Carolina) and even High School outfielders Austin Meadows and Clint Frazier receiving late consideration. Houston is allotted about $7.8 million to sign the top pick. If it can sign someone like Gray for $5-6 million it would ...
It's MLB draft day! I'm calling NC 3rd baseman Colin Moran going 1st to the Houston Astros, the Cubbies drafting Stanford pitcher Mark Appel 2nd, and the Rockies going after San Diego 3rd baseman Kris Bryant with the 3rd pick.
The MLB Draft begins on Thursday evening and there is no real consensus on who will be taken 1st overall by the Houston Astros. Mark Appel from Stanford and Jonathan Gray from Oklahoma are the top two players on everyone's board, but who will go is still a mystery. The Chicago Cubs will pick up the right-handed pitching scraps with the selection. are our Top 10 draft prospects for tonight: 1. Mark Appel (Stanford) 2. Jonathon Gray (Oklahoma) 3. Kris Bryant (San Diego) 4. Austin Meadows (Georgia High School) 5. Clint Frasier (Georgia High School) 6. Colin Moran (North Carolina) 7. Kohl Stewart (Texas High School) 8. Braden Shipley (Nevada) 9. Reese McGuire (Washington High School) 10. Sean Manaea (Indiana State) Here is the draft order for the Top 10: 1. Houston Astros 2. Chicago Cubs 3. Colorado Rockies 4. Minnesota Twins 5. Cleveland Indians 6. Miami Marlins 7. Boston Red Sox 8. Kansas City Royals 9. Pittsburgh Pirates 10. Toronto Blue Jays
Complete 1st-Round Projections: The annual amateur draft has always held a high degree of importance since its inception back in 1965. But for teams like the Astros, who are in complete rebuild, their choices will indeed dictate their future. Just how the Astros use their first overall pick will determine how the teams directly behind them will make their selections. It's not a clear-cut choice for the Astros—do they go with high-quality college arms in Jonathan Gray or Mark Appel, or do they go after the advanced bats of Kris Bryant or Colin Moran? Power arm Kohl Stewart is in the mix as well, so Houston's choice on Thursday not only isn't easy, but it's also created a wide and varied set of opinions among draft experts across the web. Tens of thousands of High School and college players have gone through the process since Rick Monday became the first player ever selected 48 years ago. This year, hundreds of young prospects will be biting their nails for another three days, waiting to find out what the ...
Six made top 100 draft prospects list with Kris Bryant checking in at number 3.
UNLV's Mark Shannon is the only player this season who has been A) Struck out by Mark Appel, and B) taken deep by Kris Bryant.
Everyone is still projecting the Cubs to take Appel/Gray at number two, but third baseman Kris Bryant is becoming more intriguing.
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