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MLB Draft 2014: How to watch, TV schedule, and time

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A schedule of the coverage available for the draft.

Al Bello

For the past month, PSA has been gearing up for the MLB Draft. That has included daily articles about who the Yankees could possibly draft, a look back at previous prospects, and an in-depth look at the Yankees' system by position. If you need a refresher before Thursday, you can find all of that here. Since the draft is almost upon us, here's how you can watch it:

Day One - Thursday, June 5

6:00 p.m. EST - MLB Network - Draft Preview

7:00 - 11:00 p.m. EST - MLB Network - Live Draft Coverage (this includes the first two rounds, and the supplemental rounds)

Day Two - Friday, June 6

1:00 p.m. EST - MLB.com - Rounds 3-10

Day Three - Saturday, June 7

1:00 p.m. EST - MLB.com - Rounds 11-40

Unfortunately, MLBN is only broadcasting coverage of the first day of the draft, which will be the very early rounds. If you don't mind sitting around your computer, MLB.com will have a live stream of the draft available on all three days. If you're only interested in watching the Yankees' first pick, keep in mind that they don't pick until 55 rolls around, so there would be no need to tune in on time.

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