Blood Blogs Rounds 15-16

• The Rays come out of the break and select California righthander Matt Gorgen, twin brother of UC Irvine ace Scott, with the 473rd pick.

• Very toolsy high school outfielder, Wesley Freeman, goes next to the Pirates. Freeman is a high upside center fielder with five-tool potential. Some scouts worry about his bat, but Freeman has huge power potential and is a great pick for the Pirates here.

• Hawaii native Derrick Saito follows Freeman at pick 475 to the Royals. Saito is only 5-feet-9, 160 pounds but packs a punch with his fastball. Lefthanded, Saito throws in the low 90s at his best and early in the season was generating early round buzz. His production dropped off as the season went on as he struggled with command and diminished velocity, but the Royals grabbed what could be a sleeper here in the 16th round.

• Ole Miss catcher Brett Basham is selected by the White Sox with the 480th pick. Basham has a tremendous arm behind the plate but often has trouble transferring the ball from glove to hand. That said, he plays the game hard and with enthusiasm. Basham will most likely never be known for his offensive ability but has played well for the Rebels this season.