The 2016 MLB Draft begins on Thursday, June 9 at 7 p.m. Eastern Time and runs through Saturday, June 11.

The Mets pick 19th overall in the first round. They did not have a first-round pick in last year’s draft after signing Michael Cuddyer from the Rockies.

Here is the Mets’ full draft order for the 2016 MLB Draft:

Round 1: 19th overall; 31st overall (compensatory pick for Daniel Murphy, who signed with the Nationals)

Round 2: 64th overall

Round 3: 100th overall

Round 4: 130th overall

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Round 5: 160th overall

Round 6: 210th overall

Round 7: 220th overall

Round 8: 250th overall

Round 9: 280th overall

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Round 10: 310th overall

Round 11: 340th overall

Round 12: 370th overall

Round 13: 400th overall

Round 14: 430th overall

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Round 15: 460th overall

Round 16: 490th overall

Round 17: 520th overall

Round 20: 550th overall

Round 19: 580th overall

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Round 20: 610th overall

Round 21: 640th overall

Round 22: 670th overall

Round 23: 700th overall

Round 24: 730th overall

Round 25: 760th overall

Round 26: 790th overall

Round 27: 820th overall

Round 30: 850th overall

Round 29: 880th overall

Round 30: 910th overall

Round 31: 940th overall

Round 32: 970th overall

Round 33: 1,000th overall

Round 34: 1,030th overall

Round 35: 1,060th overall

Round 36: 1,090th overall

Round 37: 1,120th overall

Round 40: 1,150th overall

Round 39: 1,180th overall

Round 40: 1,210th overall

The Mets hope they can find another gem in the middle-to-late rounds of the draft just as they did in 2010, when they selected a certain shortstop out of Stetson University with the 272nd overall pick. Six years later, Jacob deGrom — now a pitcher — is a key part of the Mets’ vaunted young rotation.