Get expert analysis and commentary on every first-round pick in this year's MLB draft with our live draft tracker.

By David Rawnsley
June 08, 2015

The first round of the 2015 draft has come and gone, with the Diamondbacks making Dansby Swanson the No. 1 overall pick. Check out our draft tracker for full analysis of each and every first-round selection.

NOTES: Teams choose in reverse order of wins from last season. First-round and compensation-round picks can not be traded.

There are 26 first-round picks. Five teams (the Mets, Blue Jays, Padres, Nationals and Mariners) forfeited their first-round selections after signing free agents who received qualifying offers from their previous teams. Another (the Astros) gained an additional first-round pick after failing to sign its first-round choice from last year. Picks 27–36 are compensation picks for losing a free agent who received a qualifying offer. Picks 37–42 are the Competitive Balance A picks awarded to teams that have either one of the 10 smallest markets or 10 smallest revenue pools.

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