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Pick Overall Team Player Position School State Bonus
1 1424 Tampa Bay Rays Lath Guyer RHP Mercer Ga.
2 1425 Pittsburgh Pirates Owen Brolsma RHP Texas Tech Texas
3 1426 Kansas City Royals Terrence Buchanan SS Mount Carmel HS, San Diego Calif.
4 1427 Baltimore Orioles Chris Garrison RHP Rocklin (Calif.) HS Calif.
5 1428 San Francisco Giants Leo Ochoa 2B St. Amable, Quebec Quebec
6 1429 Florida Marlins Barrett Serrato SS Community HS, West Chicago, Ill. Ill.
7 1430 Cincinnati Reds Kenny Monteith RHP Morristown-Beard School, Morristown, N.J. N.J.
8 1431 Chicago White Sox Ricardo Alvarez 2B San Fernando (Calif.) HS Calif.
9 1432 Washington Nationals Alex Dickerson OF Poway (Calif.) HS Calif.
10 1433 Houston Astros Danny Meszaros RHP College of Charleston S.C.
11 1434 Texas Rangers Dan Bowman OF Ashby HS, Bridgewater, Va. Va.
12 1435 Oakland Athletics Brett Holland RHP Texas-Tyler Texas
13 1436 St. Louis Cardinals Adam Prange RHP South Mountain (Ariz.) CC Ariz.
14 1437 Minnesota Twins George Springer OF Old Farms HS, Avon, Conn. Conn.
Avon Old Farms School outfielder George Springer is a athletic but raw five-tool talent with above-average speed and arm strength whose bat lags behind, and he figures to wind up at Connecticut this fall.
15 1438 Milwaukee Brewers Marcus Salmon RHP Miami Dade JC Fla.
16 1439 Atlanta Braves David Holman RHP Andale (Kan.) HS Kan.
17 1440 Chicago Cubs Dylan Moseley RHP Louisiana Tech La.
18 1441 Seattle Mariners D.J. Mauldin RHP Cal Poly Calif.
19 1442 Detroit Tigers Casey Moore C Saint Louis Mo.
20 1443 New York Mets Tyler Baisley OF Gateway (Ariz.) CC Ariz.
21 1444 Philadelphia Phillies Mark Ginther SS Jenks (Okla.) HS Okla.
Mark Ginther quarterbacked Jenks High to the last two 6-A state football titles, leading the state's passers with 2,467 yards and throwing for 15 touchdowns last fall. The athletic 6-foot-3, 185-pounder has a sound swing and approach to go with power potential, and he has been clocked as high as 91 mph on the mound. He's a possible replacement for two-way star Jordy Mercer at Oklahoma State, but Ginther isn't as smooth on defense and projects more as a third baseman than a shortstop.
22 1445 Colorado Rockies Austin Nola SS Catholic HS, Baton Rouge La.
23 1446 Arizona Diamondbacks Cecil Richardson OF Sacramento CC Calif.
24 1447 Los Angeles Angels Chris Vitus RHP Mount Hood (Ore.) CC Ore.
6-foot-3 righthander Chris Vitus has a fastball that touches 92 mph. Scouts and college coaches didn't have positive reviews of Vitus' makeup out of high school or after a year of junior college.
25 1448 New York Yankees Rob Scahill RHP Bradley Ill.
26 1449 Cleveland Indians Troy White 3B Whitney Young HS, Chicago Ill.
27 1450 Boston Red Sox Kevin Hoef 3B Iowa Iowa
Kevin Hoef helped his cause by hitting .317 with wood bats against top competition in the Cape Cod League last summer, but he may be more of a tweener. He moved from shortstop because he had below-average range and speed, and he doesn't have much pop for a third baseman. Adding strength to his 6-foot-2, 195-pound frame might help. He does have a strong arm, though his bet fit might be as an offensive second baseman. He played second base in the Cape all-star game.