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Pick Overall Team Player Position School State Bonus
1 1352 Pittsburgh Pirates Robbie Ingram LHP Yavapai (Ariz.) JC Ariz.
2 1353 Seattle Mariners Charles Jimenez OF Milton (Fla.) HS Fla.
3 1354 Arizona Diamondbacks Jake Lane OF Coral Shores HS, Tavernier, Fla. Fla.
4 1355 Baltimore Orioles Andrew Millner RHP Feather River (Calif.) JC Calif.
Righthander Andrew Milner has a squat 6-foot, 230-pound frame. He sits in the 90-92 mph range, topping out at 94, and shows flashes of an above-average slider
5 1356 Kansas City Royals Julio Morales RHP Bethune-Cookman Fla.
6 1357 Washington Nationals Richie Mirowski RHP Oklahoma Baptist Okla.
7 1358 Cleveland Indians Will Jamison OF Evangelical Christian HS, Cordova, Tenn. Tenn.
8 1359 Chicago Cubs Tanner Kichler RHP Sherwood (Ore.) HS Ore.
9 1360 Houston Astros Chris Epps OF Clemson S.C.
Epps has arm strength and power but swings and misses too much.
10 1361 Milwaukee Brewers Adrian Williams SS UCLA Calif.
11 1362 New York Mets Andrew Marra RHP St. Thomas of Villanova SS, LaSalle, Ont. Ontario
12 1363 Florida Marlins Tim Zufall OF Lamar (Colo.) CC Colo.
13 1364 Los Angeles Dodgers James Lynch OF Salisbury (Conn.) HS Conn.
14 1365 Los Angeles Angels Matt Scioscia C Notre Dame Ind.
15 1366 Oakland Athletics C.J. Jacobe OF Vacaville (Calif.) HS Calif.
16 1367 Detroit Tigers Andrew Allen 1B Cal State Los Angeles Calif.
17 1368 Colorado Rockies Will Price OF Greenbrier HS, Evans, Ga. Ga.
18 1369 Toronto Blue Jays Johnny Coy 3B Wichita State Kan.
19 1370 St. Louis Cardinals Cooper Moseley 2B Central Alabama CC Ala.
The state's top junior college prospects are all Division I transfers. Cooper Moseley, a hard-throwing righthander, and Robert Shipman, older brother of Athletics 2010 draft pick Aaron Shipman, both started their careers at Georgia. Moseley's best asset is his low-90s arm strength.
20 1371 Chicago White Sox Cory Farris OF Cumberland (Tenn.) Tenn.
21 1372 Boston Red Sox Matt Gedman 2B Massachusetts Mass.
Matt Gedman, the son of former Red Sox catcher Rich Gedman, had a solid spring, hitting .397/.436/.571 for UMass. Also a backup goalie on the school's hockey team, Gedman is an athletic, scrappy third baseman who plays above his tools. He should get taken late as a senior sign, possibly by Boston, where he would get a chance to play for his father, who's also the hitting coach for the short-season Lowell Spinners.
22 1373 San Diego Padres Will Gross OF Tupelo (Miss.) HS Miss.
23 1374 Texas Rangers Brandon Finnegan LHP Southwest HS, Fort Worth Texas
24 1375 Cincinnati Reds Travis Radke LHP Oaks Christian HS, Westlake Village, Calif. Calif.
25 1376 Atlanta Braves Sako Chapjian 3B Glendale (Calif.) JC Calif.
26 1377 San Francisco Giants Brian Maloney LHP Franklin Pierce (N.H.) N.H.
Brian Maloney has put up gaudy numbers for the last few years and shattered the school's strikeout record early in his senior year, and he whiffed 115 batters through 13 starts this year. A 6-foot, 185-pound pitchability lefthander, Maloney has a fastball that tops out around 88 mph and pitches off his secondary stuff, including an average curveball and changeup. Maloney will be taken late as a senior sign.
27 1378 Minnesota Twins Julio Torres 2B Puerto Rico Baseball Academy, Gurabo, P.R. P.R.
28 1379 New York Yankees Cass Ingvardsen RHP Weatherford (Texas) JC Texas
29 1380 Tampa Bay Rays Kevin Lusson C Texas Texas
30 1381 Philadelphia Phillies A.J. Ladwig RHP Millard West HS, Omaha Neb.
Nebraska's best prep talent is projectable righthander A.J. Ladwig. He's a 6-foot-5, 185-pounder with a loose arm, clean delivery and a mid-80s fastball that peaks at 88. He also throws a slider/cutter and has good command for a high schooler. He's not ready for pro ball yet, so he'll attend Wichita State.