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    2014 MLB Draft - Reds Picks and Signings

    All,

    Here is our list of players selected by the Reds in the 2014 MLB draft. Please use this thread to report official information related to player signing so that we can keep track of transactions. Please use one of the discussion threads to discuss specific picks beyond their signing status.

    For additional information, please look to JaxRed's google document here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/...=sharing#gid=0

    Confirmed signings will be in bold. Confirmed players who are not going to sign will be in italics. Slot Values

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    1.19 - Nick Howard RHP University of Virginia BA Ranking #25 Slot Value $2,090,500 SB 1,990,500
    1.29 - Alex Blandino SS Stanford University BA Ranking #30 Slot Value $1,788,000 SB $1,788,000
    2.58 - Taylor Sparks 3B University of California-Irvine BA Ranking #87 Slot Value $972,800 SB $972,800
    3.94 - Wyatt Strahan RHP University of Southern California BA Ranking #94 Slot Value $558,700 SB $558,700
    4.125 - Gavin LaValley 1B/3B Carl Albert HS Slot Value $411,900 SB $525,000
    5.155 - Tejay Antone RHP Weatherford College, Texas BA Ranking #237 Slot Value $308,400 SB $308,400
    6.185 - Jose Lopez RHP Seton Hall Slot Value $230,900 SB $85,000
    7.215 - Shane Mardirosian 2B Martin Luther King HS BA Ranking #223 Slot Value $173,200 SB $350,000
    8.245 - Brian O'Grady 1B Rutgers U New Brunswick Slot Value $155,900 SB $10,000
    9.275 - Brian Hunter RHP University of Hartford Slot Value $145,500 SB $5,000
    10.305 -Seth Varner LHP Miami U (OH) Slot Value $137,600 SB $5,000
    11.335 - Mitch Trees C Mitch Sacred Heart Griffin HS (IL) BA Ranking #430 Slot Value $100,000 SB $300,000
    12.365 - Montrell Marshall 3B South Gwinnett HS lot Value $100,000 SB $225,000
    13.395 - Zachary Correll RHP Joseph Case HS
    14.425 - Jacob Ehret RHP UCLA
    15.455 - Jimmy Pickens RF Michigan St U
    16.485 - Garrett Boulware C Clemson
    17.515 - Jacob Moody LHP Memphis
    18.545 - Roderick Bynum CF Monroe Catholic HS (AK) BA Ranking #459
    19.575 - Isaac Anderson RHP College of Southern Idaho
    20.605 - Conor Krauss RHP Seton Hall
    21.635 - Tyler Parmenter RHP Arizona BA Ranking #423
    22.665 - Robert Byckowski 3B Blyth Academy
    23.695 - Ty Sterner LHP University of Rhode Island
    24.725 - Shane Crouse RHP Lake Sumter CC
    25.755 - Paul Kronenfeld| 1B Catawba Col
    26.785 - Brennan Bernardino LHP Cal St Dominguez Hills
    27.815 - Jake Paulson RHP Oakland University
    28.845 - Dustin Cook RHP San Jacinto College North
    29.875 - Michael Sullivan LHP Gloucester County Col
    30.905 - Josciel Veras SS Cumberland U
    31.935 - Joshua Palacios CF San Jacinto College North BA Ranking #324
    32.965 - Dalton Viner RHP San Jacinto College North
    33.995 - Jose Lopez C King HS
    34.1025 - Keenan Kish RHP U Florida (FL)
    35.1055 - Brandon Vicens CF American Heritage School
    36.1085 - Logan Browning LHP Lakeland Christian School
    37.1115 - Walker Whitworth 2B Ada HS
    38.1145 - Bo Tucker LHP Rome HS
    39.1175 - Seth Roadcap C Capital HS
    40.1205 - Michael Mediavilla LHP Mater Academy Charter School

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    Re: 2014 MLB Draft - Reds Picks and Signings

    FWIW-- Slot Values

    1.19 $2,090,500
    1.29 $1,788,000
    2.58 $972,800
    3.94 $558,700
    4.125 $411,900
    5.155 $308,400
    6.185 $230,900
    7.215 $173,200
    8.245 $155,900
    9.275 $145,500
    10.305 $137,600

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    Re: 2014 MLB Draft - Reds Picks and Signings

    You can bold TeJay Antone.

    Tejay Antone ⚾ @TejayAntone 2h
    It all happened so fast but I got drafted by the Cincinnati Reds in the 5th round! Already signed and headedtoArizona

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    Re: 2014 MLB Draft - Reds Picks and Signings

    Maybe O'Grady can play LF and the NL will have the DH by in three or four years for LaValley

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    Brian O'Grady is not official, but from his twitter, it's all but a done deal. He has added to his bio "player in the Cincinnati Reds organization".

    Brian O'Grady @BrianOGrady21 Jun 6
    couldnt be more excited to have been drafted by the @Reds cant wait to get on the field and follow in the footsteps of @FlavaFraz21

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    Re: 2014 MLB Draft - Reds Picks and Signings

    I've recreated the draft spreadsheet that I did last year. I think this format is able to provide much more information

    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/...Gc&usp=sharing
    The lowest acceptable payroll amount for ownership to show they are not greedy pigs is 15 million more than they are currently paying. No matter what that currently is.

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    Re: 2014 MLB Draft - Reds Picks and Signings

    Quote Originally Posted by JaxRed View Post
    I've recreated the draft spreadsheet that I did last year. I think this format is able to provide much more information

    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/...Gc&usp=sharing
    JaxRed, if you don't mind, I'd like to add this to the stickied post here in this thread.
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    Please do.
    The lowest acceptable payroll amount for ownership to show they are not greedy pigs is 15 million more than they are currently paying. No matter what that currently is.

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    http://www.signalscv.com/section/19/article/121338/


    The only local draftee on Saturday without a COC connection was Valencia graduate Brennan Bernardino, who pitched for Cal State Dominguez Hills this past season. He went 785th overall in the 26th round to the Cincinnati Reds.

    Bernardino graduated from Valencia in 2010 and went on to play two years at L.A. Mission College before transferring to CSU Dominguez Hills.

    Since his time at Valencia, Bernardino said: “I learned the game. I put in a lot of hard work on my mechanics and I’ve known people along the way that have helped me out and helped teach me how to pitch.”

    He was the second Valencia grad selected in this year’s draft, following Shane Zeile on Friday. At least one Valencia High product has been drafted every year since 2004.

    Like many other young players drafted Saturday, decisions will soon have to be made whether to sign professional contracts or continue with their college careers.

    Bernardino said he's already signed and headed to Arizona for Rookie League ball.

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    I've made following moves on spreadsheet: moved Mitch Trees to Likely to Sign, Robert Byckowski as unlikely to Sign, and Jake Paulson as Expected to Sign, Bo Tucker Unlileky to Sign
    The lowest acceptable payroll amount for ownership to show they are not greedy pigs is 15 million more than they are currently paying. No matter what that currently is.

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    One short stop?
    I may not be fast, but I sure am slow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OGB View Post
    One short stop?
    Worse still - he's not even a SS.

    I really hope the Reds make a big play for the best middle infielder on the international FA market. They have to do something to address the position weakness.
    Go BLUE!!!

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    I really hope the Reds make a big play for the best middle infielder on the international FA market. They have to do something to address the position weakness.
    Most likely it'll be a trade.
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