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EXTRA INNINGS Hoboken heads to RBI Softball World Series again Eighth…

first_imgIf it’s August this week, then it means that the Hoboken Shockers will be headed to the Major League Baseball RBI World Series.For the eighth straight summer, Hoboken High School head softball coach Vinnie Johnson will take an All-Star softball team to the RBI (Reviving Baseball in the Inner-Cities) World Series, heading this time to Cincinnati for the national tournament. HEADED TO CINCY – The Hoboken Shockers softball team won the RBI Northeast Region championship last week in Rhode Island and will play next weekend at the RBI World Series in Cincinnati, marking Hoboken’s eighth straight trip to the RBI World Series. ×HEADED TO CINCY – The Hoboken Shockers softball team won the RBI Northeast Region championship last week in Rhode Island and will play next weekend at the RBI World Series in Cincinnati, marking Hoboken’s eighth straight trip to the RBI World Series.center_img The team comes from the RBI regular season that took place in Hoboken this summer, sponsored by Hoboken Recreation.“We have an RBI league for girls ages 15 and older,” said Johnson, who has been involved in the Hoboken Shockers program since its initial season nine years ago. “We have six teams in the league. In order to be eligible to try out for the All-Star team, they had to play in 12 of our in-house league games.”The league is played in Hoboken since the beginning of June, with the All-Star team selected by Johnson a few weeks ago.The Shockers began play first on the District level, which the Shockers won two weeks ago in Newark. They moved on to the Northeast Regional Tournament last week in Providence, Rhode Island, with the championship game being played on the campus of Brown University.Ironically, Hoboken faced Roberto Clemente of Jersey City in the regional championship game, with Hoboken coming away with the 13-0 victory.“We played the game in a pouring rain,” Johnson said. “I thought it hurt them. It’s a shame that the two teams that played in the finals were both from the same area.”The Hoboken team is blessed to have a roster that is made up by a bunch of All-Hudson County players, including three from Hudson County Tournament finalist Kearny, namely pitcher/infielder Sydney Pace, pitcher/first baseman Emilee Marshall and catcher Tatiana Fermaint.It’s Fermaint, the Hoboken native, who was the one to get her friends Pace and Marshall to play in the Hoboken Recreation RBI Softball League.The team also features a host of Johnson’s current and former players, including the Henriquez twins, Alizea and Jaeda, who are headed to Goldey-Beacom University in Delaware next month to begin their college careers in both soccer and softball.Alizea is one of the catchers on the Shockers’ roster, along with Fermaint and Gianna Flores of Hudson Catholic. Jaeda is the team’s third baseman.Taylor Barron, the former Redwing great who played last spring at Kean University, is the team’s first baseman.Dayanara Flores, the former Hudson Catholic standout, is the team’s shortstop.Victoria Bravo of Hoboken is the left fielder, with Nicole Cabeza of Memorial in centerfield and Fermaint in right.Others on the roster include Kimberly Flores of Hudson Catholic, a first baseman; Samantha Leon of Memorial, an infielder; and Hailey Mojica of Secaucus, an outfielder.Former Hudson Catholic standout Kristin Cunning as well as Jade Bracero and April Bracero serve as the Shockers’ assistant coaches.The tourney will be held in Cincinnati Aug. 6 through Aug. 11. The team will be treated to a welcome banquet as well as other social activities.Johnson was asked what it meant to have Hoboken represented in the RBI World Series for the eighth straight season at spots all over the country.“It’s a great accomplishment just to get there,” Johnson said. “But we want to win. We’ve done a decent job in the past, but now we have to get over the top.”In the sectional title game, Pace and Kimberly Flores each had three hits.Johnson said that he plans on having an alumni game between now and the Aug. 6 tourney opener.“We’re bringing back some of the former players,” Johnson said. “A lot of them still play and were willing to come back and play this year’s team to get them ready.”We will have more on the exploits of the Hoboken team in the RBI World Series in coming editions…The Washington Park Little League 11-and-12-year-old All-Stars began their quest for a state championship Thursday night, when they faced Holbrook of District 18 (Barnegat) in the first round of the tournament in Kittatinny in Sussex County.Washington Park spent the week practicing and playing scrimmage games, like one against Hoboken, to get ready for the state tourney. It’s Washington Park’s first-ever appearance in the state tournament and the first for a District 7 local squad since West New York American went to the state tournament in Mercerville in 2010. Before that, it was North Bergen who made the trip to the states in Bergenfield in 2008.So as you can see, the local teams don’t necessarily get a chance to compete in the state tourney every year.The other teams in the Final Four are Wayne and Swedesboro-Woolwich. Wayne won the state title in 1970 and went to the Little League World Series and won the overall title that year with the famed “Mop Top Gang.”…Team Havoc, Hudson County’s top youth softball program, is having tryouts for its teams in the 10-and-under, 12-and-under and 14-and-under age groups.The tryout dates are Aug. 7 through 9 (10s at 5 p.m., 12 and 14s at 6:30 p.m.) and Aug. 13 (10 a.m. for the 10s and 11:30 a.m. for the 12s and 14s) at the Braddock Park Field in North Bergen. For more information, e-mail [email protected] INNINGS focuses on the best stories that come from local baseball and softball leagues throughout the area, from Little League action through travel leagues. If you have any noteworthy information to contribute to the EXTRA INNINGS, feel free to contact Jim Hague by phone at (201) 303-5792 or via e-mail at [email protected] e-mail would be the best way of getting in touch.Please include a telephone contact name and number, in order to secure further information for a possible story. Also, if you have a picture to be used with the story, that would be a great help….–Jim HagueJim Hague can be reached at [email protected]last_img read more

Last time they played: Syracuse vs. Louisville

first_imgIn a way, the games could be thought of as exact opposites. Last year’s game against Louisville was a must-win to keep any hope of a bowl alive. This year’s game could grant the Orange bowl eligibility in its pursuit of something more than simply being eligible. That’s why last year’s 10-9 loss to the Cardinals in Louisville, Ky., stung so much. It was only Nov. 14, and the team had to deal with knowing that its hopes of postseason play were already over. ‘It hurts, that’s all I can say really,’ SU running back Delone Carter said after last season’s game, according to an article published in The Daily Orange on Nov. 16, 2009. ‘We had it, we had it in the bag, and it slipped away from us.’ Louisville quarterback Adam Froman found wide receiver Josh Chichester for a 15-yard touchdown with less than two minutes to play to earn the come-from-behind win. It was a game in which Syracuse only trailed for 1:24 seconds, yet SU came away with nothing. The Orange outgained Louisville by 115 yards. It had nearly 10 more minutes of possession than Louisville. And it had more than four-and-a-half times as many rushing yards as the Cardinals.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text But it had one fewer point on the scoreboard. ‘It’s a heartbreaker,’ SU center Jim McKenzie said. ‘They pulled it out at the end. It’s unfortunate. It’s a part of football. You got to play all four quarters, all 60 minutes.’ And as tended to be the case for most of last season, it was Carter who kept the Orange on top throughout the game. Carter ran the ball 28 times for 129 yards and a score, accounting for just less than 50 percent of the team’s 266 total yards. On SU’s lone touchdown-scoring drive of the game, Carter carried the ball on three out of the four plays — almost single-handedly willing the Orange into the end zone. But other than Carter, the team struggled. Quarterback Greg Paulus failed to top 100 yards and had no touchdown passes with one interception. Wide receiver Marcus Sales had a ball clang off his chest and intercepted by Louisville. And the team racked up nine penalties for 65 yards. ‘We did well overall, I thought we played hard, we had great effort, I was really proud of my teammates,’ McKenzie said. ‘But in the end, it was just one too many mistakes. There was a litany of them throughout the game.’ That game was part of a stretch of four Big East games in 2009, during which the Orange failed to score more than 13 points. At that point, Syracuse (3-7, 0-5 Big East) was demoralized with nothing left to play for. No postseason. No bowl. No wins in the conference. It left the team deflated and longing for 2010. ‘I think you have to execute, and that’s the whole thing you expect to execute at a high level, and to win football games, that’s what you have to do,’ Marrone said. ‘There’s nothing really crazy about this game. It’s about execution.’ [email protected] Comments Published on November 3, 2010 at 12:00 pm Contact Michael: [email protected] | @Michael_Cohen13center_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

MLB Draft picks 2019: Complete results from Rounds 1-40 in baseball draft

first_imgPosition players dominated the top of the draft, making up nine of the first 10 selections. Nick Lodolo (Reds) was the lone pitcher taken in the top 10.In truth, it will be difficult to judge how teams do in this draft for several years. After all, players from the 2016 MLB Draft are only just now starting to arrive at the big league level. Nonetheless. people will be quick to make assessments. We believe the Diamondbacks are the early frontrunners for best draft class considering the amount of picks they had in the first two rounds. Sporting News tracked this year’s selections as they were made throughout the 2019 MLB Draft. Below are the complete results, pick by pick.MORE 2019 MLB DRAFT:Weakest farms entering draft | Best late-round steals since 2000MLB Draft picks: Round 1 resultsPick No.TeamPlayerPos.School1.Baltimore OriolesAdley RutschmanCOregon State2.Kansas City RoyalsBobby Witt Jr.SSColleyville Heritage HS (TX)3.Chicago White SoxAndrew Vaughn1BCalifornia4.Miami MarlinsJ.J. BledayOFVanderbilt5.Detroit TigersRiley GreeneOFHagerty HS (FL)6.San Diego PadresC.J. AbramsSSBlessed Trinity HS (GA)7.Cincinnati RedsNick LodoloLHPTCU8.Texas RangersJosh Jung3BTexas Tech9.Atlanta BravesShea LangeliersCBaylor10.San Francisco GiantsHunter BishopOFArizona State11.Toronto Blue JaysAlek ManoahRHPWest Virginia12.New York MetsBrett Baty3BLake Travis HS (TX)13.Minnesota TwinsKeoni Cavaco3BEastlake HS (CA)14.Philadelphia PhilliesBryson StottSSUNLV15.Los Angeles AngelsWill WilsonSSNC State16.Arizona DiamondbacksCorbin CarrollCFLakeside HS (WA)17.Washington NationalsJackson RutledgeRHPSan Jacinto College North (TX)18.Pittsburgh PiratesQuinn PriesterRHPCary-Grove HS (IL)19.St. Louis CardinalsZack ThompsonLHPKentucky20.Seattle MarinersGeorge KirbyRHPElon21.Atlanta BravesBraden ShewmakeSSTexas A&M22.Tampa Bay RaysGreg JonesSSUNC Wilmington23.Colorado RockiesMichael Toglia1BUCLA24.Cleveland IndiansDaniel EspinoRHPGeorgia Premier Academy (GA)25.Los Angeles DodgersKody Hoese3BTulane26.Arizona DiamondbacksBlake WalstonLHPNew Hanover HS (NC)27.Chicago CubsRyan JensenRHPFresno State28.Milwaukee BrewersEthan SmallLHPMississippi State29.Oakland AthleticsLogan DavidsonSSClemson30.New York YankeesAnthony VolpeSSDelbarton School (NJ)31.Los Angeles DodgersMichael Busch1BUNC32.Houston AstrosKorey LeeCCaliforniaCompensation picksPick No.TeamPlayerPos.School33.Arizona DiamondbacksBrennan MaloneRHPIMG Academy34.Arizona DiamondbacksDrey JamesonRHPBall StateCompetitive balance Round APick No.TeamPlayerPos.School35.Miami MarlinsKameron MisnerCFMissouri36.Tampa Bay RaysJJ GossRHPCypress Ranch HS (TX)37.Pittsburgh PiratesSammy SianiCFWilliam Penn Charter School (PA)38.New York YankeesT.J. SikkemaLHPMissouri39.Minnesota TwinsMatt WalnerRFSouthern Miss40.Tampa Bay RaysSeth JohnsonRHPCampbell University41.Texas RangersDavis Wendzel3BBaylorJoin DAZN to watch ‘ChangeUp,’ a new MLB live whiparound showMLB Draft picks: Round 2 resultsPick No.TeamPlayerPos.School42.Baltimore OriolesGunnar HendersonSSJohn T. Morgan Academy (AL)43.Boston Red SoxCameron CannonSSArizona44.Kansas City RoyalsBrady McConnellSSFlorida45.Chicago White SoxMatthew ThompsonRHPCypress Ranch HS (TX)46.Miami MarlinsNasim NunezSSCollins Hill HS (GA)47.Detroit TigersNick Quintana3BArizona48.San Diego PadresJoshua MearsRFFederal Way HS (WA)49.Cincinnati RedsRece HindsSSIMG Academy50.Texas RangersRyan GarciaRHPUCLA51.San Francisco GiantsLogan Wyatt1BLouisville52.Toronto Blue JaysKendall WilliamsRHPIMG Academy53.New York MetsJosh WolfRHPSt. Thomas HS (TX)54.Minnesota TwinsMatt CanterinoRHPRice55.Los Angeles AngelsKyren ParisSSFreedom HS (CA)56.Arizona DiamondbacksRyne NelsonRHPOregon57.Pittsburgh PiratesMatt GorskiCFIndiana58.St. Louis CardinalsTrejyn FletcherCFDeering HS (ME)59.Seattle MarinersBrandon WilliamsonLHPTCU60.Atlanta BravesBeau PhilipSSOregon State61.Tampa Bay RaysJohn DoxakisLHPTexas A&M62.Colorado RockiesAaron Schunk3BGeorgia63.Cleveland IndiansYordys ValdesSSMcArthur HS (FL)64.Chicago CubsChase Strumpf2BUCLA65.Milwaukee BrewersAntoine KellyLHPWabash Valley College (IL)66.Oakland AthleticsTyler BaumRHPUNC67.New York YankeesJosh Smith2BLSU68.Houston AstrosGrae KessingerSSOle Miss69.Boston Red SoxMatthew LugoSSCarlos Beltran Baseball Academy (PR)Competitive balance Round BPick No.TeamPlayerPos.School70.Kansas City RoyalsAlec MarshRHPArizona State71.Baltimore OriolesKyle StowersCFStanford72.Pittsburgh PiratesJared Triolo3BHouston73.San Diego PadresLogan DriscollCGeorge Mason74.Arizona DiamondbacksTommy HenryLHPMichigan75.Arizona DiamondbacksDominic FletcherOFArkansas76.Seattle MarinersIsaiah CampbellRHPArkansas77.Colorado RockiesKarl KauffmannRHPMichiganCompensation picks Pick No.TeamPlayerPos.School78.Los Angeles DodgersJimmy LewisRHPLake Travis HS (TX)MLB Draft picks: Round 3 resultsPick No.TeamPlayerPos.School79.Baltimore OriolesZach WatsonCFLSU80.Kansas City RoyalsGrant GambrellRHPOregon State81.Chicago White SoxAndrew DalquistRHPRedondo Union HS (CA)82.Miami MarlinsPeyton BurdickCFWright State83.Detroit TigersAndre Lipcius3BTennessee84.San Diego PadresHudson HeadCFWinston Churchill HS (TX)85.Cincinnati RedsTyler Callihan2BProvidence School of Jacksonville HS (FL)86.Texas RangersJustin SlatenRHPNew Mexico87.San Francisco GiantsGrant McCrayCFLakewood Ranch HS (FL)88.Toronto Blue JaysDasan BrownCFAbbey Park HS (ON)89.New York MetsMatthew AllanRHPSeminole HS (FL)90.Minnesota TwinsSpencer SteerSSOregon91.Philadelphia PhilliesJamari BaylorSSBenedictine School (VA)92.Los Angeles AngelsJack KochanowiczRHPHarriton HS (PA)93.Arizona DiamondbacksTristin English1BGeorgia Tech94.Washington NationalsDrew Mendoza3BFlorida State95.Pittsburgh PiratesMatt FraizerCFArizona96.St. Louis CardinalsTony LoceyRHPGeorgia97.Seattle MarinersLevi StoudtRHPLehigh98.Atlanta BravesMichael HarrisLHPStockbridge HS (GA)99.Tampa Bay RaysShane SasakiCFIolani HS (HI)100.Colorado RockiesJacob WallaceRHPConnecticut101.Cleveland IndiansJoseph Naranjo1BRueben S. Ayala HS (CA)102.Los Angeles DodgersRyan PepiotRHPButler103.Chicago CubsMichael McAveneRHPLouisville104.Oakland AthleticsMarcus SmithCFPembroke Hill HS (MO)105.New York YankeesJacob SanfordCFWestern Kentucky106.Houston AstrosJordan BrewerCFMichigan107.Boston Red SoxRyan ZeferjahnRHPKansasMLB Draft picks: Round 4 resultsPick No.TeamPlayerPos.School108.Baltimore OriolesJoseph OrtizSSNew Mexico State109.Kansas City RoyalsMichael Massey2BIllinois110.Chicago White SoxJames BeardCFLoyd Star HS (MS)111.Miami MarlinsEvan Edwards1BNorth Carolina State112.Detroit TigersRyan KriedlerSSUCLA113.San Diego PadresMatt Brash RHPNiagara114.Cincinnati RedsIvan Johnson2BChipola College (FL)115.Texas RangersCody FreemanSSEtiwanda HS (CA)116.San Francisco GiantsTyler FitzgeraldSSLouisville117.Toronto Blue JaysWill RobertsonRFCreighton118.New York MetsJake MangumCFMississippi State119.Minnesota TwinsSeth Gray3BWright State120.Philadelphia PhilliesErik MillerLHPStanford121.Los Angeles AngelsErik RiveraLHPPuerto Rico Baseball Academy122.Arizona DiamondbacksGlenallen Hill Jr.SSSanta Cruz HS (CA)123.Washington NationalsMatt CroninLHPArkansas124.Pittsburgh PiratesJ.C. FlowersRHPFlorida State125.St. Louis CardinalsAndre PallanteRHPUC Irvine126.Seattle MarinersTim ElliottRHPGeorgia127.Atlanta BravesKasey KalichRHPTexas A&M128.Tampa Bay RaysGraeme StinsonLHPDuke129.Colorado RockiesBrenton DoyleRFShepherd University 130.Cleveland IndiansChristian CairoSSCalvary Christian HS (FL)131.Los Angeles DodgersBrandon Lewis3BUC Irvine132.Chicago CubsChris ClarkeRHPUSC133.Milwaukee BrewersNick KahleCWashington134.Oakland AthleticsKyle McCannCGeorgia Tech135.New York YankeesJake AgnosLHPEast Carolina136.Houston AstrosColin BarberCFPleasant Valley HS (CA)137.Boston Red SoxNoah SongRHPNavyMLB Draft picks: Round 5 resultsPick No.TeamPlayerPos.School138Baltimore OriolesDarrell HernaizSSAmericas HS (TX)139Kansas City RoyalsJohn RaveCFIllinois State140Chicago White SoxDan MetzdorfLHPBoston College141Miami MarlinsEvan FittererRHPAliso Niguel HS (CA)142Detroit TigersBryant PackardLFEast Carolina143San Diego PadresChris LincolnRHPUC Santa Barbara144Cincinnati RedsEvan KravetzLHPRice145Texas RangersKellen StrahmCFSan Jose State146San Francisco GiantsGarrett Frechette1BOrange Lutheran HS (CA)147Toronto Blue JaysTanner MorrisSSVirginia148New York MetsNathan JonesRHPNorthwestern State149Minnesota TwinsWill Holland SSAuburn150Philadelphia PhilliesGunner MayerRHPSan Joaquin Delta College151Los Angeles AngelsGarrett StallingsRHPTennessee152Arizona DiamondbacksConor GrammesRHPXavier153Washington NationalsTyler DysonRHPFlorida154Pittsburgh PiratesGrant FordRHPNevada155St. Louis CardinalsConnor ThomasLHPGeorgia Tech156Seattle MarinersAustin Shenton3BFlorida International157Atlanta BravesStephen PaoliniCFSt. Josephs School (CT)158Tampa Bay RaysBen BrechtLHPUC Santa Barbara159Colorado RockiesWill EthridgeRHPOle Miss160Cleveland IndiansHunter GaddisRHPGeorgia State161Los Angeles DodgersJack Little RHPStanford162Chicago CubsJosh BurgmannRHPWashington163Milwaukee BrewersThomas DillardCOle Miss164Oakland AthleticsJalen GreerSSSt. Rita HS (IL)165New York YankeesKen WaldichukLHPSt Marys166Houston AstrosHunter BrownRHPWayne State167Boston Red SoxJaxx GroshansCKansasMLB Draft picks: Round 6 resultsPick No.TeamPlayerPos.School168Baltimore OriolesMaverick HandleyCStanford169Kansas City RoyalsDante BiasiLHPPenn State170Chicago White SoxAvery WeemsLHPArizona171Miami MarlinsMD JohnsonRHPDallas Baptist172Detroit TigersCooper JohnsonCOle Miss173San Diego PadresDrake FellowsRHPVanderbilt174Cincinnati RedsGraham AshcraftRHPUAB175Texas RangersCody BradfordLHPBaylor176San Francisco GiantsDilan RosarioSSColegio Marista HS (PR)177Toronto Blue JaysCameron EdenSSCalifornia178New York MetsZach AshfordCFFresno State179Minnesota TwinsSawyer GipsonRHPMercer180Philadelphia PhilliesAndrew SchultzRHPTennessee181Los Angeles AngelsZach PeekRHPWinthrop182Arizona DiamondbacksAndrew SaalfrankLHPIndiana183Washington NationalsJackson CluffSSBYU184Pittsburgh PiratesWill MatthiesenPStanford185St. Louis CardinalsPedro PagesCFlorida Atlantic186Seattle MarinersMichael LimoncelliRHPHorseheads HS (NY)187Atlanta BravesTanner GordonRHPIndiana188Tampa Bay RaysColby WhiteRHPMississippi State189Colorado RockiesGavin HollowellRHPSt. John’s190Cleveland IndiansJordan BrownSSJunipero Serra HS (CA)191Los Angeles DodgersAaron OchsenbeinRHPEastern Kentucky192Chicago CubsEthan HearnCMobile Christian School (AL)193Milwaukee BrewersNick BennettLHPLouisville194Oakland AthleticsSeth ShumanRHPGeorgia Southern195New York YankeesHayden WesneskiRHPSam Houston State196Houston AstrosMatthew BarefootCFCampbell197Boston Red SoxChris MurphyLHPSan DiegoMLB Draft picks: Round 7 resultsPick No.TeamPlayerPos.School198Baltimore OriolesJohnny RizerOFTCU199Kansas City RoyalsNoah MurdockRHPVirginia200Chicago White SoxKaran PatelRHPUT San Antonio201Miami MarlinsBryan HoeingRHPLouisville202Detroit TigersZach HessRHPLSU203San Diego PadresConnor LehmannRHPSaint Louis204Cincinnati RedsEric YangC UC Santa Barbara205Texas RangersBrandon SproatRHPPace HS (FL)206San Francisco GiantsArmani SmithLFUC Santa Barbara207Toronto Blue JaysL.J. Talley2BGeorgia208New York MetsLuke Ritter2BWichita State209Minnesota TwinsAnthony PratoSS Connecticut210Philadelphia PhilliesBrett SchulzeRHPMinnesota211Los Angeles AngelsDavis DanielRHPAuburn212Arizona DiamondbacksSpencer Brickhouse1BEast Carolina213Washington NationalsTodd PetersonRHPLSU214Pittsburgh PiratesBlake SabolCUSC215St. Louis CardinalsJack RalstonRHPUCLA216Seattle MarinersAdam MackoLHPVauxhall HS (AB)217Atlanta BravesDarius VinesRHPCSU Bakersfield218Tampa Bay RaysJake Guenther1BTCU219Colorado RockiesJared HornRHPCalifornia210Cleveland IndiansXzavion CurryRHPGeorgia Tech211Los Angeles DodgersNick RobertsonRHPJames Madison212Chicago CubsBrad DeppermannRHPNorth Florida213Milwaukee BrewersGabe HoltCFTexas Tech214Oakland AthleticsDrew MillasCMissouri State215New York YankeesNick PaciorekRHPNorthwestern216Houston AstrosBlair HenleyRHPTexas217Boston Red SoxBrock BellRHPState College of Florida ManateeMLB Draft picks: Round 8 resultsPick No.TeamPlayerPos.School218Baltimore OriolesGriffin McLartyRHPCollege of Charleston219Kansas City RoyalsDrew ParrishLHPFlorida State220Chicago White SoxIvan GonzalezCWest Virginia221Miami MarlinsTevin MitchellRFUC Santa Barbara222Detroit TigersJack KenleySSArkansas223San Diego PadresAndrew MitchelLHPSan Jose State224Cincinnati RedsQuin CottonCFGrand Canyon225Texas RangersJohn MatthewsRHPKent State226San Francisco GiantsCaleb Killian RHPTexas Tech227Toronto Blue JaysAngel Camacho3BJacksonville228New York MetsConner WollersheimLHPKent State229Minnesota TwinsCasey LeguminaRHPGonzaga230Philadelphia PhilliesNate FassnachtSSGeorge Washington231Los Angeles AngelsKyle BrnovichRHPElon232Arizona DiamondbacksDominic CanzoneOFOhio State233Washington NationalsJeremy YdensOF UCLA234Pittsburgh PiratesAustin RobertsRHPSacramento State235St. Louis CardinalsLogan GraggRHPOklahoma State236Seattle MarinersTy AdcockRHPElon237Atlanta BravesRicky DeVitoRHPSeton Hall238Tampa Bay RaysNathan WilesRHPOklahoma239Colorado RockiesJacob KostyshockRHPArkansas240Cleveland IndiansWill BrennanCFKansas State241Los Angeles DodgersRyan WardLF Bryant242Chicago CubsDavidjohn HerzLHPTerry Sanford HS (NC)243Milwaukee BrewersDavid HamiltonSSTexas244Oakland AthleticsJose DicocheaRHPSahuarita HS (AZ)245New York YankeesZach GreeneRHPSouth Alabama246Houston AstrosLuis GuerreroCFMiami Dade CC Kendall247Boston Red SoxWil DaltonCFFloridaMLB Draft picks: Round 9 resultsPick No.TeamPlayerPos.School248Baltimore OriolesConnor GillispieRHPVirginia249Kansas City RoyalsClay Dungan SSIndiana State250Chicago White SoxTyson MesserRHPCampbell251Miami MarlinsEvan BrabrandRHPLiberty252Detroit TigersAustin BergnerRHPNorth Carolina253San Diego PadresJason BlanchardLHPLamar254Cincinnati RedsTJ HopkinsCFSouth Carolina255Texas RangersZak KentRHPVMI256San Francisco GiantsSimon WhitemanSSYale257Toronto Blue JaysPhilip ClarkeCVanderbilt258New York MetsJoe Genord1BSouth Florida259Minnesota TwinsBrent HeadrickLHPIllinois State260Philadelphia PhilliesRudy Rott1BOhio261Los Angeles AngelsZach LinginfelterRHPTennessee262Arizona DiamondbacksBobby AyRHPCal Poly SLO263Washington NationalsHunter McMahonRHPTexas State264Pittsburgh PiratesEthan PaulSSVanderbilt265St. Louis CardinalsTodd LottCFLouisiana-Lafayette266Seattle MarinersMike SalvatoreSSFlorida State267Atlanta BravesCody Milligan2BCowley County CC268Tampa Bay RaysEvan McKendryRHPMiami (FL)269Colorado RockiesIsaac Collins2BCreighton270Cleveland IndiansWill BartlettCIMG Academy (FL)271Los Angeles DodgersAlec GamboaLHPFresno CC272Chicago CubsTyler SchlafferRHPHomewood Flossmoor HS (IL)273Milwaukee BrewersDarrien MillerRHPClovis HS (CA)274Oakland AthleticsColin PeluseRHPWake Forest275New York YankeesSpencer Henson1BOral Roberts276Houston AstrosPeyton BattenfieldRHPOklahoma State277Boston Red SoxCody ScrogginsRHPArkansasMLB Draft picks: Round 10 resultsPick No.TeamPlayerPos.School278Baltimore OriolesJordan CannonCSam Houston State279Kansas City RoyalsAnthony VenezianoLHPCoastal Carolina280Chicago White SoxNate PawelczykRHPWinthrop281Miami MarlinsJ.D. OrrCFWright State282Detroit TigersJake Holton1BCreighton283San Diego PadresEthan ElliottLHPLincoln Memorial University284Cincinnati RedsJake StevensonRHPMinnesota285Texas RangersJoe CorbettRHPWest Texas A&M286San Francisco GiantsJeff HoughtbySSSan Diego287Toronto Blue JaysGlenn SantiagoSSInternational Baseball Academy288New York MetsScott OtaRFIllinois-Chicago289Minnesota TwinsBen GrossRHPDuke290Philadelphia PhilliesMcCarthy Tatum3BFresno State291Los Angeles AngelsChad SykesRHPUNC Greensboro292Arizona DiamondbacksOscar SantosCPJ Education School (PR)293Washington NationalsAndrew PrattCLubbock Christian (TX)294Pittsburgh PiratesCameron JunkerRHPNotre Dame295St. Louis CardinalsJake SommersLHPWisconsin-Milwaukee296Seattle MarinersKyle HillRHPBaylor297Atlanta BravesBrandon ParkerRFMississippi Gulf Coast JC298Tampa Bay RaysJonathan EmbryCLiberty299Colorado RockiesJack YalowitzCFIllinois300Cleveland IndiansZach HartRHPFranklin Pierce301Los Angeles DodgersZac ChingSS VCU302Chicago CubsWyatt HendrieCAntelope Valley College303Milwaukee BrewersTaylor FloydRHPTexas Tech304Oakland AthleticsPatrick McColl1BHarvard305New York YankeesMitch SpenceRHPUSC Aiken306Houston AstrosC.J. StubbsRHPUSC307Boston Red SoxStephen ScottOFVanderbiltYou can find results for rounds 11-40 here. The 2019 MLB Draft class was loaded with hitting talent, with Oregon State catcher Adley Rutschman and Colleyville Heritage HS (Texas) shortstop Bobby Witt Jr. going first and second in the draft, respectively. At a time when baseball is already enjoying a tremendous youth movement, the next generation of stars at the plate seem destined to provide a similar lift to the league.Join DAZN to watch ‘ChangeUp,’ a new MLB live whiparound showlast_img read more

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