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Pick Overall Team Player Position School State Bonus
1 849 Houston Astros Angel Ibanez 3B Texas-Pan American Texas
2 850 Minnesota Twins Carson Goldsmith RHP Northwestern State La.
3 851 Seattle Mariners Matt Brazis RHP Boston College Mass.
Brazis hasn't pitched much the last couple of years, but his raw stuff will get him drafted. He pitches with a plus fastball and average slider, but the results haven't matched up in the past. In 17 innings this year he had a 3.18 ERA to go with 25 strikeouts and eight walks.
4 852 Baltimore Orioles Dennis Torres RHP Massachusetts Mass.
5 853 Kansas City Royals Sam Bates 1B Arkansas Ark.
6 854 Chicago Cubs Lance Rymel C Rogers State (Okla.) Okla.
7 855 San Diego Padres Griffin Russell LHP Wichita Falls (Texas) HS Texas $100,000
8 856 Pittsburgh Pirates Tommy Mirabelli 2B St. Edward HS, Lakewood, Ohio Ohio
9 857 Miami Marlins Casey McCarthy RHP Cal State San Bernardino Calif.
10 858 Colorado Rockies Ryan Arrowood RHP Appalachian State N.C.
11 859 Oakland Athletics Phil Pohl C Clemson S.C.
12 860 New York Mets Jake Marks RHP St. Clair SS, Sarnia, Ont. Ontario
13 861 Chicago White Sox James Hudelson RHP Delta State (Miss.) Miss.
14 862 Cincinnati Reds Mo Wiley RHP Houston Texas
15 863 Cleveland Indians Josh Pigg 3B/RHP Franklin HS, Elk Grove, Calif. Calif.
Pigg is an athletic 6-foot-1 two-way player whom scouts are divided on. Someprefer him on the mound, where he shows an 87-89 mph fastball. He'll need to develop secondary stuff and harness his command. Others like him as a lefthanded hitter who shows quick hands and some potential with the bat. He has an above-average arm, but will need work to remain at the hot corner. He'll also need to tone down moving parts at the plate. He'll be a project, but he shows quick-twitch athleticism and is considered signable.
16 864 Washington Nationals Hunter Bailey SS Oklahoma State Okla.
17 865 Toronto Blue Jays Dan Klein C Kansas State Kan.
18 866 Los Angeles Dodgers Jake Hermsen LHP Northern Illinois Ill.
19 867 Los Angeles Angels Joel Capote OF St. Thomas (Fla.) Fla.
20 868 San Francisco Giants Joey Rapp 1B/OF Louisiana-Monroe La.
Louisiana-Monroe got hot late to win the Sun Belt Conference tournament and automatic regional berth. Rapp, who belted nine home runs, was the team's top prospect entering the season and has been drafted twice before out of Chipola (Fla.) JC.
21 869 Atlanta Braves K.C. Clabough SS Florida Tech Fla.
22 870 St. Louis Cardinals Dodson McPherson OF Wingate (N.C.) N.C.
23 871 Boston Red Sox Wes Rogers OF Mann HS, Greenville, S.C. S.C.
24 872 Tampa Bay Rays Dayne Quist LHP UC Davis Calif.
25 873 Arizona Diamondbacks Max Schrock 2B Cardinal Gibbons HS, Raleigh N.C.
Though he grew up just minutes from North Carolina's campus and cheered for the Tar Heels, Schrock committed to South Carolina to venture out a little. He projects as an offensive-minded second baseman, though his defense isn't a weakness and he may be able to handle shortstop in college. He runs average, but could slow down as he gets stronger. He is just 5-foot-8, 175 pounds, but can handle the bat and flashes some pop. He has a quick bat and was one of just a couple players to hit a home run at the East Coast Pro Showcase last summer.
26 874 Detroit Tigers Josh Carr RHP Kennesaw State Ga.
27 875 Milwaukee Brewers Martin Viramontes RHP Southern California Calif.
28 876 Texas Rangers Joe Burns LHP Samford Ala.
29 877 New York Yankees D.J. Stewart OF Bolles School, Jacksonville, Fla. Fla.
Another part of Florida State's intriguing recruiting class, 6-foot, 215-pound D.J. Stewart has power potential as a lefthanded hitter with a strong but long swing. A successful football running back, Stewart played mostly outfield in high school but drew more scouting interest when he caught for teammate (and fellow FSU signee) Hayden Hurst, showing he could handle velocity. He'd be an interesting conversion project if he can be pried away from Florida State.
30 878 Philadelphia Phillies Joe Mantiply LHP Virginia Tech Va.