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2013 MLB Draft: Astros Draft Day Two Open Thread And Links

Follow the draft with fellow Astros fans.

Bob Levey

The draft, which will cover rounds 3-10, will start at 12 p.m. CT. Coverage, including a draft tracker, will be available on

Draft: 2013 Live | Events
Watch LIVE coverage of the 2013 First-Year Player Draft on

You can also follow or SB Nation MLB Draft tracker:

MLB Draft 2013 results: Thursday's first & second-round picks -
Results, scouting reports, and more from the first two rounds of the 2013 MLB draft.


MLB Draft 2013: Houston Astros pick-by-pick coverage - The Crawfish Boxes
Astros Draft Central 2013 - TCB's stream for everything related to the Astros draft including top picks, threads, graphics, profiles and more. START HERE

The Top Talent Available at 3.1 - The Crawfish Boxes
The Astros are far from begging for scraps with plenty of talent still available to start day two.

MLB Draft 2013: Mark Appel already has his Astros rookie card - The Crawfish Boxes
Our own graphic designer created a great mock-up of Appel in an Astros uniform.

2013 MLB Draft: Day One Reaction - The Crawfish Boxes
With the first day over and two Astros picks in the books, let's take a moment to review and react!

MLB Draft 2013: Houston Astros select Mark Appel with the top overall pick - The Crawfish Boxes
The Astros get a chance to draft Stanford's Appel after passing on him in 2012.

MLB Draft 2013: Astros take Andrew Thurman with the first pick in the second round - The Crawfish Boxes
Houston nabs a polished college right-hander with the top pick in the second round.

MLB Draft 2013: How much is the Houston Astros draft slot bonus pool? - The Crawfish Boxes
Draft money breakdown

Around the Astros Blogsphere

Astros County: Your Neighborhood Astros Blog & Grill: Thurman responds to his 2-40
By Astros County

National Media

Baseball Tonight - ESPN
Buster Olney talks Astros drafts with Brian T. Smith of the Houston Chronicle

No. 1 Draft pick Mark Appel's Houston homecoming could mark return to winning | News
By Richard Justice