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2018 Draft Pick Discussion, Rounds 21-40

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Posted: June 03, 2018, 3:01 PM Post
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Please use this thread to share your thoughts, links, stories, pictures and anything else on the Brewers' picks from rounds 21 through 40. Please do not start separate threads to discuss the individual picks.

Please use the in-draft thread to talk about the picks, similar to a game thread.


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Posted: June 06, 2018, 12:30 PM Post
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21 635 195 Hajjar, Steven Central Catholic HS (MA) LHP R/L HS SR 6' 4 205lbs DOB: 08/07/00 --

Steven Hajjar | Rank: 195
School: Central Catholic (Mass.) HS Year: Senior
Position: LHP Age: 17 DOB: 8/7/2000
Bats: R Throws: L Height: 6'4" Weight: 205 lb.
Commitment: Michigan
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Scouting grades: Fastball: 55 | Slider: 50 | Changeup: 45 | Control: 50 | Overall: 45

New England isn't typically a hotbed for high school pitching talent, though a good arm comes from the region from time to time. In this year's Draft class, right-hander Mike Vasil is the top talent, even with his injury, and while Hajjar isn't in the same conversation, he is the best left-hander from the area.

Aside from his left-handedness, Hajjar has size, stuff and projectability working in his favor. The 6-foot-4 southpaw has room to grow into his frame, which means there could me more to his fastball in the future, which he can throw anywhere from 86 to 93 mph, sitting comfortably right around 89-90 mph. His slider projects as at least average, if not more, once he tightens it more consistently. It can have some slurve action to it, but it has enough depth to be a potential swing and miss pitch. He doesn't use a changeup at all and hasn't needed it at his high school level. He has a funky delivery, all arms and legs, which adds deception, but he still throws strikes.

Scouts have watched Hajjar carefully, particularly since last summer's Area Code Games, and were running in to see him as the weather warmed in New England. He's committed to the University of Michigan, but a team might be willing to gamble on his upside from the left side to take him early enough to sign.


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Posted: June 06, 2018, 12:31 PM Post
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21st round pick Steve Hajjar will be another tough sign. Michigan commit.


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22 (665): @Brewers select Lackawanna Col LHS Joe Baran. http://mlb.mlb.com/mlb/events/draft/y20 ... =team&=mil … #MLBDraft


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That's 8 pitchers in a row that the Brewers have drafted, half of them lefties. Of the 22 players taken so far, 15 have been pitchers.


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Joey Baran, a LHP/outfielder, will be attending NCAA Division I Penn State University, a member of the Big Ten Conference. Baran, a graduate of Hazelton High School, transferred to Lackawanna this fall after spending two years at Stony Brook University. As a freshman, he threw 21.2 innings with 14 strikeouts and had an ERA of 3.74. At the plate he made 11 starts and hit .243. As a sophomore he received a medical redshirt.


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23 (695): @Brewers select Beckman HS (CA) RHP Jared Platero. http://mlb.mlb.com/mlb/events/draft/y20 ... =team&=mil … #MLBDraft


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Jared Platero, RHP, Beckman High School Class of 2018. 6’3/200 lbs, Long Beach State commit. FB 89-91 and flashed CB at 77. #baseball #highschoolbaseball #2018 #mlbdraft #LongBeach


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I think it's now clear that Milwaukee likes JC arms. They must like the fact their a year younger. Perhaps getting them into the system faster in an effort to control weight training, etc.


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24 (725): @Brewers select Home School - Horatio (AR) RHP Wade Beasley. http://m.mlb.com/video/topic/262722544/v2105997183 … #MLBDraft


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2018 #Arkansas RHP/OF commit Wade Beasley of Horatio with a nice breaking ball that freezes the batter for a strikeout

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First pitch from 2018 RHP Wade Beasley (AR) is a 94 mph fastball!

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Sticks 2018 RHP @RazorbackBSB commit @WadeBeasley15 goes 6 innings tonight @HoratioBaseball with 15 Ks on the mound, up to 95, and also hit this HR tonight @PBR_Arkansas #Sticks

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Back to back K's for Horatio's 2018 RHP Wade Beasley one on a 92 mph FB the next on a nasty 78mph CB. 6 K's on the day.


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25 (755): @Brewers select Lakewood Ranch HS (FL) LHP Pablo Garabitos. http://m.mlb.com/video/topic/262722544/v2107663383 … #MLBDraft


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Posted: June 06, 2018, 1:25 PM Post
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A with good amount of hitters taken last year & with DSL guys starting to push up.... guess Brewers feel they need to fill a bunch of pitching spots. Only 7 position players taken with 6 likely to sign through round 24.

Have to figure some college bats will start coming to fill Helena’s roster


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Another @PBRFlorida ProCase participant Pablo Garabitos is selected in 25th round to #Brewers. Interesting though, announced as CF. He's very athletic and upside, would be two-way guy if he makes it to @USFBaseball.


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26 (785): @Brewers select Marion M. Graham Collegiate HS RHS Connor Sparks. http://mlb.mlb.com/mlb/events/draft/y20 ... =team&=mil … #MLBDraft


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Sparks' HS is in Saskatoon, SK.


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27 (815): @Brewers select Iowa (IA) RHP Brady Schanuel. http://mlb.mlb.com/mlb/events/draft/y20 ... =team&=mil … #MLBDraft


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Schanuel was drafted twice before ending up at Iowa. Has been a starter and reliever. Better in relief when fastball up to 93-96. Flashes average slider and changeup but needs to work on delivery.

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Brady Schanuel is a high upside RHP with a FB that sits 91-93, an average changeup, and a potentially average slider. The big issue is his 20 command. Tools are there to be a top 10 round guy. Future likely lies in the pen where he hit 95 at the end of the year #Brewers #MLBDraft


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Posted: June 06, 2018, 1:57 PM Post
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Young arms like crazy right now! Garabitos very interesting & of pitchers outside of Hajjar, has the most tempting commitment. South Florida is pretty good program. Now seen him listened as pitcher & CF. Beasley as well with Arkansas but being home schooled, going to school for first time on a giant campus you’d think would be tougher transition.

Be really interested to see which of these kids sign. We need to infuse system with young arms. Lemons, Murphy, Lazar, Bullock, & Lillis could use some more company


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28 (845): @Brewers select Hawaii (HI) C Kekai Rios. http://mlb.mlb.com/mlb/events/draft/y20 ... =team&=mil … #MLBDraft


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