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    2006 Official MLB Draft Thread (Day 2)

    This is the thread for Day 2 of the MLB Draft.

    I hope it's better than Day 1.
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    Re: 2006 Official MLB Draft Thread (Day 2)

    The draft will resume with rounds 19-50 today at noon EST.
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    Re: 2006 Official MLB Draft Thread (Day 2)

    Who are the best players still available?

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    Re: 2006 Official MLB Draft Thread (Day 2)

    Lutz, Derrick - RHP - George Washington
    Mills, Brad - LHP - Arizona
    Papelbon, Jeremy - LHP -UNF
    Tucker, Luke - RHP - FSU
    Arik Hempy - LHP - South Carolina
    Danny Ray Herrera - LHP - New Mexico

    Those are a few I've found from various sites. I'm sure there are others as those are all college pitchers. Surely there is some decent Juco and high school hitters / pitchers and college hitters on the board.
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    Re: 2006 Official MLB Draft Thread (Day 2)

    Thanks for the Info Redleader. I hope we get some steals today.
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    Re: 2006 Official MLB Draft Thread (Day 2)

    19TH ROUND.

    We take one of those players.

    Derrick Lutz, RHP, GWU. 6'0" 210.

    Was a closer and then converted to a starter, and he struggled a little.

    Fastball/Slider guy. Probably bullpen for the Reds.
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    Re: 2006 Official MLB Draft Thread (Day 2)

    Quote Originally Posted by Red Leader
    19TH ROUND.

    We take one of those players.

    Derrick Lutz, RHP, GWU. 6'0" 210.

    Was a closer and then converted to a starter, and he struggled a little.

    Fastball/Slider guy. Probably bullpen for the Reds.
    He was your best available, so that's good.
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    Re: 2006 Official MLB Draft Thread (Day 2)

    Quote Originally Posted by reds44
    He was your best available, so that's good.
    That really wasn't a ranking, just a list.

    But I'm glad we got him nonetheless.
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    Re: 2006 Official MLB Draft Thread (Day 2)

    Reds take Derrik Lutz, RHP, George Washington University
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    Re: 2006 Official MLB Draft Thread (Day 2)

    Quote Originally Posted by reds44
    Reds take Derrik Lutz, RHP, George Washington University
    I like that pick.

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    Re: 2006 Official MLB Draft Thread (Day 2)

    Quote Originally Posted by reds44
    Reds take Derrik Lutz, RHP, George Washington University
    Started 13 games and pitched 4 complete games.
    1.54 ERA, 99.2 Innings, 65 Hits (3 homeruns) , 30 BB, 89 K
    http://gwsports.cstv.com/sports/m-ba.../teamcume.html

    On a side now they just said Jeremy Papelbon is the brother of the Redsox closer.

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    Re: 2006 Official MLB Draft Thread (Day 2)

    Quote Originally Posted by CTA513
    Started 13 games and pitched 4 complete games.
    1.54 ERA, 99.2 Innings, 65 Hits (3 homeruns) , 30 BB, 89 K
    http://gwsports.cstv.com/sports/m-ba.../teamcume.html

    On a side now they just said Jeremy Papelbon is the brother of the Redsox closer.
    Wow good number for him.
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    Re: 2006 Official MLB Draft Thread (Day 2)

    Quote Originally Posted by CTA513
    Started 13 games and pitched 4 complete games.
    1.54 ERA, 99.2 Innings, 65 Hits (3 homeruns) , 30 BB, 89 K
    http://gwsports.cstv.com/sports/m-ba.../teamcume.html

    On a side now they just said Jeremy Papelbon is the brother of the Redsox closer.
    yeah, not supposed to have the stuff Jonathan has, but is LH.
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    Re: 2006 Official MLB Draft Thread (Day 2)

    Quote Originally Posted by CTA513
    Started 13 games and pitched 4 complete games.
    1.54 ERA, 99.2 Innings, 65 Hits (3 homeruns) , 30 BB, 89 K
    http://gwsports.cstv.com/sports/m-ba.../teamcume.html

    On a side now they just said Jeremy Papelbon is the brother of the Redsox closer.
    You have to wonder how he had such good numbers and lasted until the 19th round... mediocre stuff with lots of command? Signability?

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    Re: 2006 Official MLB Draft Thread (Day 2)

    Quote Originally Posted by CTA513
    Started 13 games and pitched 4 complete games.
    1.54 ERA, 99.2 Innings, 65 Hits (3 homeruns) , 30 BB, 89 K
    http://gwsports.cstv.com/sports/m-ba.../teamcume.html

    On a side now they just said Jeremy Papelbon is the brother of the Redsox closer.
    From BA.
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    12 p.m.: While 556 players were drafted Tuesday, there were a handful of noteworthy names with first-day talent that did no hear their names called. Most of them were high school players who had signability concerns, such as Jason Jarvis, a righthander from Chaparral High in Scottsdale, Ariz., who has signed at San Diego. George Washington righty Derrick Lutz was coming off a mediocre junior campaign, but nonetheless was expected to be taken on the first day, based on his outstanding summer in 2005. Lutz was a Baseball America summer All-American thanks to his performance in the Cape Cod League. He did not allow an earned run in 25 innings, notching 12 saves, 39 punchouts and three walks with Chatham. Elbow tendinitits held him back this spring, and his velocity and stuff had not been as consistently sound as they were last summer, which figures to be a factor in him not being taken Tuesday.


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