June 9, 2013; Corvallis, OR, USA; Oregon State Beavers player Dylan Davis (10) rounds the bases after hitting a home run against the Kansas State Wildcats in the first inning of the Corvallis Super Regional at Goss Stadium. Davis is the 74th-ranked draft prospect in MLB.com's Top 200. Mandatory Credit: Jaime Valdez-USA TODAY Sports

2014 MLB Draft, Day 2: Start Time, Live Stream, and More

Day 2 of the 2014 MLB Draft takes place on Friday, with rounds 4 through 10 being conducted. Though there statistically isn’t nearly as much success among players picked on the second day as there is on the first, these players still have a decent shot at becoming big league contributors, and these rounds tend to be the period in which teams take players who have some really intriguing tools but still need a bit of development before becoming big-league quality performers.

The St. Louis Cardinals will have eight picks Friday, and they’ll likely look to add some organizational depth in other areas after taking four righthanded pitchers with their first four picks on Thursday. In particular, the Cards seem to have a deficit of prospects at the corner infield positions in the minors, and it would be wise for them to find some college players at those positions who could advance through the system quicker than their high school counterparts.

Unlike the first day of the draft, the second day won’t be on TV, but you can still follow it via live stream online. Check in with Arch Authority for all the latest updates on all things Cardinals and St. Louis-related.

Date: Friday, June 6th

Start Time: 1pm ET/12pm CT

Live Stream: MLB.com

Draft Order:

ROUND 3:

75. Houston Astros

76. Miami Marlins

77. Chicago White Sox

78. Chicago Cubs

79. Minnesota Twins

80. Seattle Mariners

81. Philadelphia Phillies

82. Colorado Rockies

83. Toronto Blue Jays

84. New York Mets

85. Milwaukee Brewers

86. San Diego Padres

87. San Francisco Giants

88. Los Angeles Angels

89. Arizona Diamondbacks

90. Baltimore Orioles

91. New York Yankees

92. Kansas City Royals

93. Washington Nationals

94. Cincinnati Reds

95. Texas Rangers

97. Cleveland Indians

98. Los Angeles Dodgers

99. Detroit Tigers

100. Pittsburgh Pirates

101. Oakland Athletics

102. Atlanta Braves

103. Boston Red Sox

104. St. Louis Cardinals

105. Miami Marlins (Supplemental Round B)

Rounds 4-10 will use the same order, except the Tampa Bay Rays have a selection in between the Rangers and Indians.

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