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Mariners, Rangers Day 3 Draft Recap

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The Major League Baseball draft ended today, as rounds 11-40 were selected. Below, we have listed the third-day draft picks for both the Mariners and the Rangers. Remember, those selected by the Rangers are not automatically sent to Spokane, but a majority will end up playing for the Indians this season.

Mariners

 

11th ROUND

No. 327, Zack Littell, RHP (Eastern Alamance HS)

12th ROUND

No. 357, Justin Seager, 1B (UNC Charlotte)

13th ROUND

No. 387, Lachlan Fontaine, 3B (Sutherland Secondary, Canada)

14th ROUND

No. 417, Ian Miller, CF (Wagner College, NY)

15th ROUND

No. 447, Eddie Campbell, LHP (Virginia Tech, VA)

16th ROUND

No. 477, Lonnie Kauppila, SS (Stanford, CA)

17th ROUND

No. 507, Paul Fry, LHP (St Clair County CC, MI)

18th ROUND

No. 537, Troy Scott, RHP (Riverside CC, CA)

19th ROUND

No. 567, Jeffrey Zimmerman, 1B (Northern Illinois U, IL)

20th ROUND

No. 597, Daniel Torres, C (Saint Leo University, FL)

21st ROUND

No. 627, Brett Thomas, LF Oregon Ducks

22nd ROUND

No. 657, Tommy Burns, RHP (Howard College, TX)

23rd ROUND

No. 687, Kyle Petty, 1B (California U of Pennsylvania, PA)

24th ROUND

No. 717, Kevin McCoy, RHP (Kennesaw State, GA)

25th ROUND

No. 747, Will Mathis, LHP (U New Mexico, NM)

26th ROUND

No. 777, Tyler Wright, LHP (Arkansas, AR)

27th ROUND

No. 807, Ricky Claudio, RHP (St. Thomas University, FL)

28th ROUND

No. 837, Zach Shank, SS (Marist College, NY)

29th ROUND

No. 867, Chantz Mack, RF (Miami, FL)

30th ROUND

No. 897, Rafael Pineda, RHP (Texas A&M, TX)

31st ROUND

No. 927, Guzman Michaelangelo, LHP (No school)

32nd ROUND

No. 957, Nathaniel Maggio, 1B (Blessed Trinity HS, GA)

33rd ROUND

No. 987, Corey Ray, CF (Simeon Career Academy, IL)

34th ROUND

No. 1017, Taylor Snyder, 2B (Salem Hill HS, UT)

35th ROUND

No. 1047, Marshawn Taylor, SS (Simeon Career Academy, IL)

36th ROUND

No. 1077, Justin Snyder, 3B (Salt Lake CC, UT)

37th ROUND

No. 1107, Jordan Cowan, SS (Kentlake HS, WA)

38th ROUND

No. 1137, Michael Sexton, 3B (Rogers HS, WA)

39th ROUND

No. 1167, Sam Hellinger, RHP (West Seattle HS, WA)

40th ROUND

No. 1197, Mike McCann, C (Columbia River HS, Vancouver WA)

 

Rangers

 

11th round

Ryan Cordell, OF, Liberty University

12th round

Derek Thompson, LHP, John A. Logan College

13th round

Taylor Olmstead, RF, Greenwich HS (Connecticut)

14th round

Jarred Smith, RHP, State College of Florida Manatee-Sarasota

15th round

Cody Ege, LHP, University of Kentucky

16th round

Marcus Greene, C, New Mexico Junior College

17th round

Sean Labsan, LHP, Riverview HS (Sarasota, FL)

18th round

David Gates, RHP, Howard College

19th round

Joseph Ledbetter, RHP, Cedarville University

20th round

Jackson Lamb, RHP, Bedford HS (Michigan)

21st round

Lucas Lanphere, RHP, Citrus Valley HS (California)

22nd round

Zachary Winn, RHP, Show Low HS (Arizona)

23rd round

Luis Pollorena, LHP, Mississippi State

24th round

Darryn Sheppard, OF, Fort Bend Dulles H.S. (Texas)

25th round

Chris Dula, RHP, Catawba College

26th round

Travis Dean, RHP, Kennesaw State

27th round

Sherman LaCrus, OF, Western Oklahoma State CC

28th round

Ryan Williamson, LHP, Cranford HS (New Jersey)

29th round

Justin Sprenger, RHP, Tennessee Wesleyan

30th round

Joseph Palumbo, LHP, St. John the Baptist HS (New York)

31st round

Michael Peterson, RHP, West Valley College

32nd round

John Straka, RHP, North Dakota State

33rd round

Daniel de la Calle, C, Miami Dade CC South

34th round

Easton Napiontek, RHP, Lower Columbia College

35th round

Buddy Reed, OF, St. George's School (Rhode Island)

36th round

Dakota Hudson, RHP, Sequatchie County HS (Tennessee)

37th round

Cody Lavalli, OF, Lewis & Clark

38th round

Sheldon Neuse, SS/RHP, Fossil Ridge HS (Texas)

39th round

Jay Gonzalez, OF, Auburn

40th round

Sal Mendez, LHP, Weehawken HS (New Jersey)

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