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2016 MLB Draft order finalized

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The Atlanta Braves will pick three times over the first 44 selections of the 2016 MLB Draft

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With Ian Desmond agreeing to a one-year deal with the Texas Rangers, the order for the 2016 MLB Draft has now been finalized. The Atlanta Braves have the No. 3 pick in the draft and also own the 40th and 44th giving them three of the first 50 selections.

The full list of picks from the first round to the fortieth round can be found here. The first round including competitive balance picks can be found below.

1. Philadelphia Phillies

2. Cincinnati Reds

3. Atlanta Braves

4. Colorado Rockies

5. Milwaukee Brewers

6. Oakland Athletics

7. Miami Marlins

8. San Diego Padres

9. Detroit Tigers

10. Chicago White Sox

11. Seattle Mariners

12. Boston Red Sox

13. Tampa Bay Rays

14. Cleveland Indians

15. Minnesota Twins

16. Los Angeles Angels

17. Houston Astros

18. New York Yankees

19. New York Mets

20. Los Angeles Dodgers

21. Toronto Blue Jays

22. Pittsburgh Pirates

23. St. Louis Cardinals

24. San Diego Padres (For Upton. The Tigers lose their third-round pick.)

25. San Diego Padres (For Kennedy. The Royals lose their first-round pick.)

26. Chicago White Sox (For Samardzija. The Giants lose their first-round pick.)

27. Baltimore Orioles (For Chen. The Marlins lose their second-round pick.)

28. Washington Nationals (For Zimmermann. The Tigers lose their second-round pick.)

29. Washington Nationals (For Desmond. The Rangers lose their first-round pick.)

30. Texas Rangers (For Gallardo. The Orioles lose their first-round pick.)

31. New York Mets (For Murphy. The Nationals lose their first-round pick.)

32. Los Angeles Dodgers (For Greinke. The Diamondbacks lose their first-round pick.)

33. St. Louis Cardinals (For Lackey. The Cubs lose their first-round pick.)

34. St. Louis Cardinals (For Heyward. The Cubs lose their second-round pick.)

35. Cincinnati Reds

36. Los Angeles Dodgers (For not signing Kyle Funkhouser)

37. Oakland Athletics

38. Colorado Rockies

39. Arizona Diamondbacks

40. Atlanta Braves (via trade with Marlins)

41. Pittsburgh Pirates