Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Tampa Bay's draft list, through Wednesday

First round (30th overall pick): LeVon Washington, of, Buchholz HS, Gainesville, Fla.
Second round (78th): Kenny Diekroeger, ss, Menlo School, Atherton, Calif.
Third round (108th): Todd Glaesmann, cf, Midway HS, Waco, Texas
Fourth (139th): Luke Bailey, c, Troup Co. HS, LaGrange, Ga.
Fifth (169th): Jeff Malm, 1b, Bishop Gorman HS, Las Vegas
Sixth (199th): Devin Fuller, rhp, Chandler-Gilbert CC
Seventh (229th): Cody Rogers, cf, Panola (Texas) JC
Eighth (259th): Brett Nommensen, cf, Eastern Illinois U.
Ninth (289th): Kevin James, lhp, Whitefish Bay (Wis.) HS
10th (319th): Derek Dennis, ss, Forest Hills Central HS, Grand Rapids, Mich.
11th (349th): Alex Koronis, rhp, U. Tampa
12th (379th): Andrew Bellatti, rhp, Steele Canyon HS, Spring Valley, Calif.
13th (409th): Hunter Hill, rhp, Howard College (Texas)
14th (439th): Zach Quate, rhp, Appalachian State U.
15th (469th): Pierce Johnson, rhp, Faith Chr. Aca., Arvada, Colo.
16th (499th): Tyler Bortnick, 2b, Coastal Carolina U.
17th (529th): Alexander Diaz, rf, Puerto Rico Baseball Aca.
18th (559th): Jacob Partridge, lhp, Rogers HS, Spokane, Wash.
19th (589th): Scott Shuman, rhp, Auburn U.
20th (619th): Dylan Floro, rhp, Buhach Colony HS, Atwater, Calif.
21st (649th): Matt Swilley, rhp, El Camino HS, Oceanside, Calif.
22nd (679th): Jake Sullivan, lhp, U. Arkansas-Little Rock
23rd (709th): Trevor Petersen, rhp, Hallsville (Texas) HS
24th (739th): Andrew Heaney, lhp, Putnam City (Okla.) HS
25th (769th): Ryan Wiegand, 1b, Gonzaga U.
26th (799th): Dan Rhault, ss, U. Rhode Island
27th (829th): Brady Wager, rhp, Globe (Ariz.) HS
28th (879th): Zac Rosscup, lhp, Chemeketa CC (Ore.)
29th (889th): Gabe Cohen, lf, UCLA
30th (919th): Marcus Proctor, rhp, Pinnacle HS, Phoenix


rays3fan said...

Is there a website that has all the draft picks and what they signed for and when they sign(ed)?

Stacy Long said...

All the draft picks? and Baseball America are a good place to start. Any Web site that automatically posts AP stuff will have it, too.

What they signed for? Baseball America will have the signing bonuses for the first few rounds, but not all of them. will do what the teams say about the amounts.

When they signed? There isn't one place for that. For the lower-round guys, the Rays will announce five or six at a time, no matter when they actually signed.