First round selections 
The following are the first round picks in the 1990 Major League Baseball draft.
||= Baseball Hall of Famer
||El Cajon, California
||Chicago White Sox
||Miami Dade College
||Huntington Beach, California
||University of Minnesota
||University of Iowa
||Los Angeles Dodgers
||New York Yankees
||Carlsbad, New Mexico
||St. Louis Cardinals
||University of Nevada, Las Vegas
||Todd Van Poppel
||San Francisco Giants
||New York Mets
||Oklahoma State University
||St. Louis Cardinals
||Long Beach, California
||San Francisco Giants
||San Diego State University
||Toronto Blue Jays
||College Point, New York
||University of Arizona
||San Diego Padres
||St. Francis College
The draft went a record 101 rounds, surpassing 1989's total of 88, and included a record 1,487 selections. The Astros had the most selections with a 100. Seattle followed second with 75, and then the Yankees with. The 1990 draft included two Class AA clubs, the Erie Sailors of the New York-Penn League and the Miami Miracle of the Florida State League. Rule 4 draft regulations permitted minor league clubs to participate. Erie made one selection, 24-year-old Brigham Young outfielder Gary Daniels. Miami made 16 selections, signing 15 of them, including All-American outfielder Paul Carey of Stanford in the fourth round. Atlanta made Chipper Jones, a high school shortstop from the Bolles School in Jacksonville, Florida, the draft's top pick. Detroit followed by picking outfielder Tony Clark out of Christian High School in El Cajon, California. The top three picks and seven of the top 10 choices were out of high school.
Other notable players 
- Chris Weinke, 2nd round, 54th overall
- Garret Anderson, 4th round, 123rd overall
- Ray Durham, 5th round, 129th overall
- Bret Boone, 5th round, 131st overall
- Mike Hampton, 6th round, 157th overall
- Troy Percival, 6th round, 175th overall
- Fernando Viña, 9th round, 246th overall
- Andy Pettitte, 22nd round, 577th overall
- Jason Varitek, 23rd round, 608th overall, but instead went to Georgia Tech.
- Jorge Posada, 24th round, 629th overall
- Rodney Peete, 26th round, 725th overall
- Scott Erickson, 31st round, 817th overall
- Tony Rice, 50th round, 1253rd overall
- Bimbo Coles, 54th round, 1322 overall
- Lyle Mouton, 54th round, 1323 overall
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