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Posted: June 05, 2019, 1:56 PM Post
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Looking back at 2016 draft to see what the kids who went unsigned & see how they are doing.

3B Louie Crow was moved to mound at San Diego & has pretty rough outside of freshman year. Undrafted as of now.

SP Jared Horn drafted in 20th round went on to be California’s Ace & was drafted in 7th round. Sadly he was in an accident a year or two ago where he was sole survivor losing his father.

SP Brennan Price 29th pick signed as a udfa next year with Blue Jays & is currently out of baseball. He was 6’9 265.

40th round RHP Kyle Serrano was drafted 10th in 17’ and at 23 is going to 3rd year of rookie ball.

Hard to believe only 4 of 41 picks went unsigned!


I was just looking at that this morning....and googling some of those guys. Only 4 is amazing compared to last year where 20 of the last 30 picks didnt sign.


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Posted: June 05, 2019, 2:07 PM Post
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YoungGeezy1 said:
Looking back at 2016 draft to see what the kids who went unsigned & see how they are doing.

3B Louie Crow was moved to mound at San Diego & has pretty rough outside of freshman year. Undrafted as of now.

SP Jared Horn drafted in 20th round went on to be California’s Ace & was drafted in 7th round. Sadly he was in an accident a year or two ago where he was sole survivor losing his father.

SP Brennan Price 29th pick signed as a udfa next year with Blue Jays & is currently out of baseball. He was 6’9 265.

40th round RHP Kyle Serrano was drafted 10th in 17’ and at 23 is going to 3rd year of rookie ball.

Hard to believe only 4 of 41 picks went unsigned!


what about the year where we were ultra aggressive and took a bunch of high profile HS kids, but none signed. Was that 2011 with Rodon?


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Posted: June 05, 2019, 3:11 PM Post
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YoungGeezy1 said:
Looking back at 2016 draft to see what the kids who went unsigned & see how they are doing.

3B Louie Crow was moved to mound at San Diego & has pretty rough outside of freshman year. Undrafted as of now.

SP Jared Horn drafted in 20th round went on to be California’s Ace & was drafted in 7th round. Sadly he was in an accident a year or two ago where he was sole survivor losing his father.

SP Brennan Price 29th pick signed as a udfa next year with Blue Jays & is currently out of baseball. He was 6’9 265.

40th round RHP Kyle Serrano was drafted 10th in 17’ and at 23 is going to 3rd year of rookie ball.

Hard to believe only 4 of 41 picks went unsigned!


what about the year where we were ultra aggressive and took a bunch of high profile HS kids, but none signed. Was that 2011 with Rodon?


I think that was 2015 with Johnathan India (1st round 2018), Tristan Beck (4th round 2018), Nolan Kingham (12th round 2018), and Donny Everett (went to Vandy and sadly drowned).

Edit: Also looks like they drafted Charlie Donovan, who went on to Michigan and also sadly passed away https://www.prepbaseballreport.com/news ... 7349628510

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Looks like he's signing.


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Cal junior LHP Arman Sabouri (2-2, 2.81 ERA, 71 Ks in 57.2 IP) drafted in 12th round (373 overall) by the Milwaukee Brewers.

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2016 LHP Arman Sabouri (San Jose, CA) deceptive from 3/4 slot, 85-88 mph FB with good feel for 79 SL. Advanced pitchability. #Cal commit

https://calbears.com/roster.aspx?rp_id=13660

https://www.dailycal.org/2019/06/05/arm ... mlb-draft/


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Fr. LHP Jackson Gillis should have @VandyBaseball fans very excited. Low effort 89-91 mph FB today, excellent CB bite & advanced feel w/ it

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Two pitchers from Mass. showed well, Jackson Gillis, 2016 LHP from Wilmington sat 86-91 with a 75 mph breaking ball.

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#Vandy lands their latest commit in LHP Jackson Gillis (Wilmington, MA). Was just 88-90 mph w FB @PerfectGameUSA National. Showed fast arm

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Jackson Gillis is a LHP from Vanderbilt. He only pitched in 7 innings this season but in 2018 he pitched in 33.2 IP and K'd 44.

https://vucommodores.com/roster.aspx?rp_id=4773

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"Gillis was 91-94 mph last year with a promising breaking ball. This year, he struggled with his command and his curveball is less impressive as ..."


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#Brewers pick the first @UVUBaseball player. Paxton Schultz was 3-17 in his college career, but he was on bad team, his ERA improved each year and he's always struck out batters (207 K in 209 IP.)

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Round 6, No. 193 – LHP Nick Bennett, Louisville: Was 7-3 with a 4.40 ERA and 73 strikeouts in 73 2/3 innings in 2019. … As a sophomore in 208 went 8-2 with a 2.84 ERA and .203 opponent batting average with 72 K in 73 IP. … Named second-team All-ACC in 2018.

Round 7, No. 223 – OF Gabe Holt, Texas Tech: Hit .324 with 52 runs and 28 stolen bases in 57 games in 2019. … In 2018, batted .348 with 70 runs, which ranked 10th in the nation, and 29 steals. … Named Big 12 freshman of the year in 2018 and was named to five national Freshman All-America teams. … Bats left-handed.

Round 8, No. 253 – SS David Hamilton, Texas: Did not play in 2019 after undergoing surgery to repair a torn Achilles tendon in January. … Named second-team All-Big 12 in 2018. … Batted .291 as a sophomore with seven doubles, six triples, five home runs ,44 runs, 37 RBI and 31 steals. … Bats left-handed.

Round 9, No. 283 – C Darrien Miller, Clovis (Calif.) HS: Hit .389 in 31 games as a senior with six doubles, two triples, three home runs, 36 runs and 19 RBI. .. Also walked 29 times and had a .573 on-base percentage and .613 slugging percentage. … Batted .383/.532/.555 as a junior. … Committed to New Mexico. … Bats left-handed.

Round 10, No. 313 – RHP Taylor Floyd, Texas Tech: Entering the NCAA Super Regionals is 5-3 with three saves in 26 relief appearances. … Had a 2.86 ERA and .230 opponent batting average with 78 strikeouts in 50 1/3 innings. … Pitched for Grayson Community College in 2016-17. … Was named the NTJCAC co-Pitchers of the Year in 2018.

Round 11, No. 343 – LHP Brock Begue, Cuyahoga CC: Made 13 starts in 2019 going 10-1 with a 1.61 ERA. … Had 130 strikeouts in 67 innings. … In 2018, went 11-1 with a 2.07 ERA and 94 K in 69 2/3 IP I n13 appearances with 12 starts. … Due to seizures and a stroke suffered as a baby, Begue’s entire right side of his body is numb. … Committed to Georgia-Gwinnett.


Round 12, No. 373 – LHP Arman Sabouri, Cal: Made 26 appearances with 16 starts in 2019., going 2-2 with four saves. … Posted a 2.81 ERA and .211 opponent batting average with 71 strikeouts in 57 2/3 innings. … As a sophomore, made 20 appearances, all out of the pen, with a 3.07 ERA and .181 OBA.

Round 13, No. 403 – LHP Jackson Gillis, Vanderbilt: Made just seven relief appearances in 2019, pitching seven innings with seven strikeouts. … In 2018, pitched in 20 games with one start, posting a 4.81 ERA, .256 opponent batting average and 44 strikeouts in 33 2/3 innings.

Round 14, No. 433 – RHP Paxton Schultz, Utah Valley: Made 15 starts in 2019 with a 4.08 ERA and .260 on-base percentage. … Struck out 99 in 99 1/3 innings.

Round 15, No. 463 – SS Cam Devanney, Elon University: Batted .335/.435/.592 as a junior. … Had 17 doubles, 10 home runs, 48 runs and 52 RBI in 57 games. … Tabbed second-team All-CAA in both 2018 and ’19. … Named a team captain as a redshirt freshman in 2017.

Round 16, No. 493 – OF Michael Wilson, Stony Brook: In 44 games as a junior had a slash line of .345/.392/.637 with 10 homers and 44 RBI. … Moved to center field in 2019 after playing right field in previous years. … Bats left-handed.

Round 17, No. 523 – LHP Kelvin Bender, Junipero Sierra (Calif.) HS: Pitched 47 2/3 innings in 11 games as a senior with a 2.35 ERA. … Allowed just 21 hits while striking out 78 and walking 24. … As a junior allowed 27 hits with 53 strikeouts in 45 1/3 innings.

Round 18, No. 553 – 2B Ashton McGee, North Carolina: Entering NCAA Super Regionals is hitting .265/.408/.422 in 61 games with 12 doubles, six home runs, 46 runs and 41 RBI while mainly playing the outfield. … Batted /257/.366/.367 as a sophomore. … In 2017 batted .327/.417/.484 and was named ACC Freshman of the Year.

Round 19, No. 583 – RHP Bryce Milligan, Oklahoma City U.: Made 14 starts as a junior with a 1.94 ERA and 113 strikeouts in 83 2/3 innings. … Tossed a seven-inning no-hitter on Feb. 1 vs. Grand View (Iowa) and threw five perfect innings against SAGU (Texas) on April 5. … Had a 2.33 ERA, .189 opponent batting average and 91 whiffs in 81 innings as a sophomore.

Round 20, No. 613 – SS Myles Austin, Westlake (Ga.) HS: An Under Armour All-American in 2018. … First-team Perfect Game All-American in 2017 and ’18. … Batted .549 as a junior. … Committed to Alabama.


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Posted: June 05, 2019, 8:00 PM Post
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DHonks said:
YoungGeezy1 said:
Looking back at 2016 draft to see what the kids who went unsigned & see how they are doing.

3B Louie Crow was moved to mound at San Diego & has pretty rough outside of freshman year. Undrafted as of now.

SP Jared Horn drafted in 20th round went on to be California’s Ace & was drafted in 7th round. Sadly he was in an accident a year or two ago where he was sole survivor losing his father.

SP Brennan Price 29th pick signed as a udfa next year with Blue Jays & is currently out of baseball. He was 6’9 265.

40th round RHP Kyle Serrano was drafted 10th in 17’ and at 23 is going to 3rd year of rookie ball.

Hard to believe only 4 of 41 picks went unsigned!


what about the year where we were ultra aggressive and took a bunch of high profile HS kids, but none signed. Was that 2011 with Rodon?


Yes, 2011 with Rondon. Same year they took Jungman and Bradley. Didn't look to see where the other HS kids ended up going after Rondon was picked 3rd overall a few years after the Brewers took him in the 16th round, but I know at least one was picked in the 5th round.


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Cuyahoga CC Baseball
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SO LHP Brock Begue
6'3" 205
FB: 87-90
+ CH
Good Slider
Was All-American in 2018
11-1, 2.07 ERA, 69.2 IP, 18 BB, 94 K
Email for more info...
evan.agona@tri-c.edu
Last Cage Session before opening day


WHIFF (by me, watched the meatball go right by me over the plate and I left the bat on the shoulder)...

Guy was LITERALLY playing down the street from me. I got nothing to add.


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.@GabeHolt2 chatting with media after @TTU_Baseball practice for the Super Regionals against @OSUBaseball. Holt’s draft slot for 7th round for @Brewers is $192K. Holt will get $450k.


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Meet Nick Bennett, 6th-round draft pick of the Milwaukee Brewers
“I think of myself as a bulldog when I’m out on the mound.”
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Brewers 13th round Vanderbilt junior LHP Jackson Gillis is focused on NCAA tournament play right now; you'll find multiple quotes from him here, and note the connection to longtime Crew farmhand LHP Stephen Peterson


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Meet Gabe Holt, 7th-round pick of the Milwaukee Brewers
The speedster from Texas Tech apparently has a verbal agreement already in place
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University of Texas gains a JUCO shortstop

"His addition may also mean that the staff isn’t confident about David Hamilton’s return after he was selected in the eighth round last week by the Milwaukee Brewers"


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University of Texas gains a JUCO shortstop

"His addition may also mean that the staff isn’t confident about David Hamilton’s return after he was selected in the eighth round last week by the Milwaukee Brewers"


Goodness Gracious, what a coup if we can land this guy.


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Didn't Sal Bando end up taking a bunch of guys that later turned out to be awesome for other teams? For one, I'm pretty sure the Brewers drafted Nomar Garciaparra out of high school

I guess you could find a list of these types for every team in baseball.

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