How to watch the 2020 Major League Baseball Draft picks on TV, live stream today

Erik Hall
Lafayette Daily Advertiser

The 2020 Major League Baseball Draft is scheduled to take place Wednesday, June 10 and Thursday, June 11.

LSU outfielder Daniel Cabrera and LSU pitcher Cole Henry are expected to be selected in the top 50 picks. 

Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns shortstop Hayden Cantrelle could be a late-round pick. 

MLB shortened this year's draft to five rounds. The first round along with competitive balance picks are set to take place June 10. Rounds two through five are scheduled to take place June 11. 

How to watch the 2020 MLB Draft

Day 1 time: 6 p.m. CT, Wednesday, June 10

Day 1 TV: ESPN, MLB Network

On DirecTV, ESPN is channel 206. On Dish, ESPN is channel 140.

On DirecTV, MLB Network is channel 213. On Dish, MLB Network is channel 152. 

Day 2 time: 4 p.m. CT, Thursday, June 11

Day 2 TV: ESPN2, MLB Network

On DirecTV, ESPN2 is channel 209. On Dish, ESPN2 is channel 143. 

Online live stream for MLB Network:

Online live stream for ESPN, ESPN2:  Watch ESPN

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2020 MLB Draft order

Here is the first-round order for the 2020 MLB Draft. The Houston Astros forfeited their first-round pick for illegal sign stealing. 

1. Detroit Tigers; 2. Baltimore Orioles; 3. Miami Marlins; 4. Kansas City Royals; 5. Toronto Blue Jays; 6. Seattle Mariners; 7. Pittsburgh Pirates; 8. San Diego Padres; 9. Colorado Rockies; 10. Los Angeles Angels; 11. Chicago White Sox; 12. Cincinnati Reds; 13. San Francisco Giants; 14. Texas Rangers; 15. Philadelphia Phillies; 16. Chicago Cubs; 17. Boston Red Sox; 18. Arizona Diamondbacks; 19. New York Mets; 20. Milwaukee Brewers; 21. St. Louis Cardinals; 22. Washington Nationals; 23. Cleveland Indians; 24. Tampa Bay Rays; 25. Atlanta Braves; 26. Oakland Athletics; 27. Minnesota Twins; 28. New York Yankees; 29. Los Angeles Dodgers. 

Erik Hall is the lead digital producer for sports with the USA Today Network. You can find him on Twitter @HallErik