The first night of the 2017 MLB draft has concluded.

The Tigers had two picks in this year's draft. With the 18th overall pick, they selected Florida right-handed pitcher Alex Faedo. In the second round (57th overall), the Tigers took Chipola College (Fla.) outfielder Reynoldo Rivera.

No players from Michigan were selected on the first night of this year's draft.

Tigers select JuCo OF Rivera at 57

The Tigers selected Chipola College (Fla.) outfielder Reynoldo Rivera with the 57th overall pick.

The 6-foot-6, 250 pound 19-year old was drafted in the 24th round last season by the Chicago Cubs.

He hit .397 with 10 home runs and 67 RBIs in 2016 for Chipola.

Marlins take UNC OF Miller at 36

The Miami Marlins closed the first competitive balance round by selecting North Carolina outfielder Brian Miller (Pick No. 36).

Twins take Mississippi State 1B at 35

The Minnesota Twins took Mississippi State first baseman Brent Rooker with the 35th pick.

Brewers take prep OF Lutz at 34

The Milwaukee Brewers took Texas prep outfielder Tristen Lutz with the 34th pick.

A's take South Florida SS Merrell at 33

The Oakland A's took South Florida shortstop Kevin Merrell with the 33rd pick. The 6-foot, 181 pounder hit .353 in 603 at-bats with the Bulls.

Reds take prep SS Jeter Downs at 32

The Cincinnati Reds took Florida prep shortstop Jeter Downs with the 32nd pick. The 5-foot-11, 185 pounder hit .412 with 12 home runs and 37 RBIs.

Rays take Oregon State righty at 31

The Tampa Bay Rays, with the first of the Competitive Balance selections, picked Oregon State pitcher Drew Rasmussen. The 6-foot-1, 220 pound right-hander was 11-5 with a 2.96 ERA in 25 games, 20 of them starts.

First round concludes

The first round of the draft has concluded.

The Tigers, with their first pick, selected Florida pitcher Alex Faedo with the 18th overall pick, two years after taking him in the 40th round.

Cubs take LSU's Lange at 30

The Chicago Cubs, with the last pick of the first round, selected LSU right-hander Alex Lange. The 6-foot-4, 200 pounder was 29-9 with a 2.88 ERA for the Tigers.

Rangers take prep SS Seise at 29

The Texas Rangers, with the 29th pick, took shortstop Chris Seise, from West Orange High School in Florida. The 6-foot-2, 175 pounder hit .444 with eight home runs and 29 RBIs this season.

Blue Jays take 6-6 righty at 28

The Toronto Blue Jays, with their second pick of the first round, selected College of Central Florida pitcher Nate Pearson with the 28th pick. The 6-foot-6, 245 pound right-hander was 5-2 with a 1.56 ERA in 13 starts with the Patriots.

Cubs take JuCo lefty at 27

The Chicago Cubs, with the first of two late picks in the first round, took State College of Florida pitcher Brendon Little at No. 27. The 6-foot-2, 215 pound left-hander was 5-3 with a 2.53 ERA in 15 starts this season at the junior college level with the Manatees.

Rangers take Alabama two-sport star at 26

The Texas Rangers selected Alabama prep outfielder Bubba Thompson with the 26th pick. The 6-foot-2, 180 pounder also played quarterback at McGill-Toolen High School and hit .429 with 25 extra base hits and 18 steals this season.

Nats take U. of Houston lefty Romero at 25

The Washington Nationals took University of Houston pitcher Seth Romero with the 25th pick. The 6-foot-3, 240 pound left-hander was 17-13 with a 2.43 ERA with the Cougars.

Red Sox take Mizzou hurler Houck at 24

The Boston Red Sox selected Missouri pitcher Tanner Houck with the 24th pick. The 6-foot-5, 215 pound right-hander was 17-18 with a 3.26 ERA in 44 starts with the Tigers.

Dodgers take Vandy OF Kendall at 23

The Los Angeles Dodgers took Vanderbilt outfielder Jaren Kendall -- believed by some to be a target of the Tigers -- with the 23rd pick. Kendall, a 5-foot-10, 170 pounder from Clearwater, Fla., hit .309 with 696 at-bats and stole 67 bases with the Commodores.

Jays take UNC SS Warmoth at 22

The Toronto Blue Jays selected North Carolina shortstop Logan Warmoth with the 22nd pick.

Warmouth, a 6-foot, 190 pounder from Orlando, hit .310 in 674 at-bats for the Tar Heels.

O's take prep lefty at 21

The Baltimore Orioles took prep pitcher DL Hall, from Valdosta, Ga. with the 21st pick.

Hall, a 6-foot, 190 pound lefty is committed to Florida State.

Mets select Oregon lefty at 20

The New York Mets selected Oregon pitcher David Peterson with the 20th pick

The 6-foot-6, 240 pound left-hander was 19-15 with a 3.43 ERA in 42 starts with the Ducks.

Giants take 17-year old OF at 19

The San Francisco Giants drafted 17-year old outfielder Heliot Ramos, from the Christian Leadership Academy in Puerto Rico, with the 18th pick.

The 6-foot-2 185 pounder is committed to Florida International University.

Tigers take RHP Faedo, again

The Tigers selected Florida pitcher Alex Faedo with the 18th pick.

Faedo, who was taken by the Tigers in the 40th round of the 2014 draft, is a 6-foot-5, 225 pound right-hander. He went 26-6 with a 2.97 ERA, 324 strikeouts and 72 walks in 273 innings with the Gators.

Mariners take 1B White at 17

The Seattle Mariners drafted Kentucky first baseman Evan White with the 17th pick. The 6-foot-3, 200 pounder hit .356 in 655 career at-bats with the Wildcats.

Yankees take RHP Schmidt at 16

The New York Yankees selected South Carolina pitcher Clarke Schmidt with the 16th pick. The 6-foot-1, 205 pound right-hander had Tommy John surgery to repair a torn right UCL in April.

Astros take UNC lefty at 15

The Houston Astros, with the 15th pick, selected pitcher J.B. Bukauskas from the University of North Carolina. The 6-foot, 195 pound right-hander was 21-6 with a 3.17 ERA in 42 career starts with the Tar Heels.

Royals take 1B Pratto at 14

The Kansas City Royals took first baseman Nick Pratto with the 14th pick.The 6-foot-1, 193 pound left-hander from Huntington Beach, Calif. is committed to Southern California.

Marlins take prep LHP Rogers at 13

The Miami Marlins selected pitcher Trevor Rogers from Carlsbad High School in Carlsbad, N.M. with the 13th pick. The 6-foot-6, 185 pound left-hander had a 26-5 record with a 0.73 career ERA in 32 high school games.

Rogers is the cousin of former Tigers outfielder Cody Ross.

Pirates take RHP Baz at 12

The Pittsburgh Pirates, with the 12th pick, drafted pitcher Shane Baz from Concordia Lutheran High School in Cyprus, Texas. The 6-foot-3, 190 pound right-hander is committed to Texas Christian University.

White Sox draft Burger at No. 11

The Chicago White Sox selected third baseman Jake Burger with the 11th pick. The 6-foot-2, 220 pound Missouri State alum hit .339 with 47 home runs and 179 RBIs in 710 at-bats with the Bears.

Angels take Kentucky prep OF Adell at 10

With pick No. 10, the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim selected outfielder Jordon Adell from Ballard High School in Louisville, Ky. Adell, who is 6-foot-3 and 211 pounds, hit .562 in 96 at-bats with Ballard this past season.

Brewers select UC-Irvine 2B Hiura at No. 9

The Milwaukee Brewers took UC-Irvine second baseman Keston Hiura with the ninth pick. In three seasons with the Anteaters, Hiura hit .375 with 236 hits and 135 RBIs in 630 at-bats.

Phillies take Virgina OF Haseley at No. 8

The Virginia Cavaliers have back-to-back draftees in the 2017 draft. The Philadelphia Phillies selected outfielder Adam Haseley with the eighth pick, following first baseman Pavin Smith (Diamondbacks) to the National League. Haseley hit .390 in 223 at-bats for Virginia in 2017.

D-Backs take 1B Smith at No. 7

The Arizona Diamondbacks drafted first baseman Pavin Smith from Virigina with the seventh pick. The 6-foot-2, 200 pound left-handed hitting Jupiter, Fla. native hit .325 in 726 career at-bats with the Cavaliers.

A's select prep OF Beck at No. 6

The Oakland A's selected outfielder Austin Beck from North Davidson High School in Lexington, N.C., with the sixth pick. Beck hit .590 with 12 home runs and 38 RBIs this past season at North Davidson.

Braves take Vanderbilt RHP Wright at 5

The Atlanta Braves selected Vanderbilt right-handed pitcher Kyle Wright with the fifth overall pick. The star pitcher was undrafted out of high school and went 19-11 with a 2.79 career ERA with the Commodores -- the alma mater of former Tiger and 2007 No. 1 pick David Price.

Rays take two-way stud McKay at No. 4

The Tampa Bay Rays took possibly the best of the two-way players with the fourth pick, selecting Louisville pitcher/first baseman Brendan McKay. The 6-foot-2, 220 pounder was 31-10 with a 2.15 career ERA in three seasons with the Cardinals. At the plate, McKay hit .328 with 27 home runs and 131 RBIs. He is expected to be primarily a first baseman in the Rays system.

Padres take LHP Gore with 3rd pick

The San Diego Padres, with the third overall pick, selected left-handed pitcher MacKenzie Gore from Whiteville High School in Whiteville, N.C. Gore, a 6-foot-1, 160 pound lefty, is committed to East Carolina University.

Reds take two-way star Greene at No. 2

The Cincinnati Reds took two-way star Hunter Greene from Sherman Oaks, Calif. with pick No. 2 of the 2017 MLB draft. Greene, selected as a pitcher by the Reds, had a career 12-5 record with a 1.62 ERA in 30 appearances with Notre Dame High School. At the plate, Greene hit .337 in 114 career games. He also played shortstop in high school.

Twins take Lewis with No. 1 pick

The Minnesota Twins selected shortstop/outfielder Royce Lewis from San Juan Capistrano, Calif. with the first overall pick. The 6-foot-2, 195 pounder from JSerra Catholic High School is committed to California-Irvine and hit .388 with four home runs last season for JSerra.

Live blog: MLB draft

The Detroit Tigers — and the rest of the majors — have an opportunity Monday night to restock their farm systems, and brighten their futures.

The Major League Baseball draft begins at 7 p.m. Monday with the first two rounds before picking up with Rounds 3 through 10 on Tuesday, and 11 through 40 on Wednesday.

The draft Monday will be televised on the MLB Network, with Tuesday and Wednesday streamed live at

The Tigers last year used their first-round pick (No. 9 overall) on prep right-hander Matt Manning. They own the No. 18 pick this season, as well as the No. 57 overall pick in Round 2.

Louisville two-way star Brendan McKay and California prep right-hander Hunter Greene are widely believed to be the top two picks in the draft.

Who might the Tigers pick? Lynn Henning of The Detroit News offered his draft primer here. Also, you can take a spin through our photo gallery here to take a look at the top players in MLB history taken with the No. 18 pick.

First round

1. Minnesota Twins: Royce Lewis, SS/OF, JSerra Catholic High School (Calif.)

2. Cincinnati Reds: Hunter Greene, P/SS, Notre Dame High School (Calif.)

3. San Diego Padres: MacKenzie Gore, LHP, Whiteville High School (N.C.)

4. Tampa Bay Rays: Brendan McKay, 1B/LHP, Louisville

5. Atlanta Braves: Kyle Wright, RHP, Vanderbilt

6. Oakland Athletics: Austin Beck, OF, North Davidson High School (N.C.)

7. Arizona Diamondbacks: Pavin Smith, 1B, Virginia

8. Philadelphia Phillies: Adam Haseley, OF, Virginia

9. Milwaukee Brewers: Keston Hiura, 2B, California-Irvine

10. Los Angeles Angels: Jordon Adell, OF, Ballard High School (Ky.)

11. Chicago White Sox: Jake Burger, 3B, Missouri State

12. Pittsburgh Pirates: Shane Baz, RHP, Concordia Lutheran High School (Texas)

13. Miami Marlins: Trevor Rogers, LHP, Carlsbad High School (N.M.)

14. Kansas City Royals: Nick Pratto, 1B, Huntington Beach High School (Calif.)

15. Houston Astros: J.B. Bukauskas, RHP, North Carolina

16. New York Yankees: Clarke Schmidt, RHP, South Carolina

17. Seattle Mariners: Evan White, 1B, Kentucky

18. Detroit Tigers: Alex Faedo, RHP, Florida

19. San Francisco Giants: Heliot Ramos, OF, Christian Leadership Academy (P.R.)

20. New York Mets: David Peterson, LHP, Oregon

21. Baltimore Orioles: DL Hall, LHP, Valdosta High School (Ga.)

22. Toronto Blue Jays: Logan Warmoth, SS, North Carolina

23. Los Angeles Dodgers: Jaren Kendall, OF, Vanderbilt

24. Boston Red Sox: Tanner Houck, RHP, Missouri

25. Washington Nationals: Seth Romero, LHP, Houston

26. Texas Rangers: Bubba Thompson, OF, McGill-Toolen High School (Ala.)

27. Chicago Cubs: Brendon Little, LHP, State College of Florida

28. Toronto Blue Jays: Nate Pearson, RHP, College of Central Florida

29. Texas Rangers: Chris Seise, SS, West Orange High School (Fla.)

30. Chicago Cubs: Alex Lange, RHP, LSU

Competitive Balance Round A

31. Tampa Bay Rays: Drew Rasmussen, RHP, Oregon State

32. Cincinnati Reds: Jeter Downs, SS, Monsignor Edward Pace High School (Fla.)

33. Oakland Athletics: Kevin Merrell, SS, South Florida

34. Milwaukee Brewers: Tristen Lutz, OF, James Martin High School (Texas)

35. Minnesota Twins: Brent Rooker, 1B, Mississippi State

36. Miami Marlins: Brian Miller, OF, North Carolina

Second round

37. Minnesota Twins: Landon Leach, RHP, Canadian National Team

38. Cincinnati Reds: Stuart Fairchild, OF, Wake Forest

39. San Diego Padres: Luis Campusano-Bracero, Cross Creek High School (Ga.)

40. Tampa Bay Rays: Michael Mercado, RHP, Westview High School (Calif.)

41. Atlanta Braves: Drew Waters, OF, Etowah High School (Ga.)

42. Pittsburgh Pirates: Steven Jennings, RHP, DeKalb County High School (Tenn.)

43. Oakland Athletics: Greg Deichmann, OF, LSU

44. Arizona Diamondbacks: Drew Ellis, 3B, Louisville

45. Philadelphia Phillies: Spencer Howard, RHP, California-Polytechnic

46. Milwaukee Brewers: Caden Lemons, RHP, Vestavia Hills High School (Ala.)

47. Los Angeles Angels: Griffin Canning, RHP, UCLA

48. Colorado Rockies: Ryan Vilade, 3B, Stillwater High School (Okla.)

49. Chicago White Sox: Gavin Sheets, 1B, Wake Forest

50. Pittsburgh Pirates: Calvin Mitchell, OF, Rancho Bernardo High School (Calif.)

51. Miami Marlins: Joe Dunand, 3B, North Carolina State

52. Kansas City Royals: MJ Melendez, C, Westminster Christian School (Fla.)

53. Houston Astros: Joe Perez, 3B, Archbishop Edward McCarthy High School (Fla.)

54. New York Yankees: Matt Sauer, RHP, Ernest Righetti High School (Calif.)

55. Seattle Mariners: Sam Carlson, RHP, Burnsville High School (Minn.)

56. Houston Astros: Corbin Martin, RHP, Texas A&M

57. Detroit Tigers: Reynoldo Rivera, OF, Chipola College (Fla.)

58. San Francisco Giants: Jacob Gonzalez, 3B, Chaparral High School (Ariz.)

59. New York Mets: Mark Vientos, 3B, American Heritage School, Fla.

60. Baltimore Orioles: Adam Hall, SS, A.B. Lucas Secondary School (Ont.)

61. Toronto Blue Jays: Hagen Danner, C, Huntington Beach High School (Calif.)

62. Los Angeles Dodgers: Morgan Cooper, RHP, Texas

63. Boston Red Sox: Cole Brannen, OF, Westfield School (Ga.)

64. Cleveland Indians: Quentin Holmes, OF, Monsignor McClancy Memorial High School (N.Y.)

65. Washington Nationals: Wil Crowe, RHP, South Carolina

66. Texas Rangers: Hans Crouse, RHP, Dana Hills High School (Calif.)

67. Chicago Cubs: Cory Abbott, RHP, Loyola Marymount

Competitive Balance Round B

68. Arizona Diamondbacks: Daulton Varsho, C, Wisconsin

69. San Diego Padres: Blake Hunt, C, Mater Dei High School (Calif.)

70. Colorado Rockies: Tommy Doyle, RHP, Virginia

71. Cleveland Indians: Tyler Freeman, Etiwanda High School (Calif.)

72. Pittsburgh Pirates: Connor Uselton, OF, Southmoore High School (Okla.)

73. Kansas City Royals: Evan Steele, LHP, Chipola College

74. Baltimore Orioles: Zac Lowther, Xavier

75. Houston Astros: JJ Matijevic, 2B, Arizona