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    Re: The 2007 Major League Baseball Amateur Draft Discussion Thread (Day 2)

    2007 Jesse Craig: 2.94 10-2 125.1 IP 137 Hits 41 Runs 21 BB 86 SO
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    Re: The 2007 Major League Baseball Amateur Draft Discussion Thread (Day 2)

    Jesse "The Body" Craig... nice
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    Re: The 2007 Major League Baseball Amateur Draft Discussion Thread (Day 2)

    who got Cole St Clair?
    Go BLUE!!!

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    Re: The 2007 Major League Baseball Amateur Draft Discussion Thread (Day 2)

    Here is an article about Craig:


    BYU pitcher Jesse Craig was named Mountain West Conference Pitcher of the Year Tuesday, according to a release from BYU athletic communications.

    Craig, a senior from Las Vegas, was perfect in the MWC with six wins and no losses. Overall, Craig was 10-2 with a league-low 2.80 ERA.

    "Jesse is so tough on the mound and gives us the swagger we need in the conference," said Cougar outfielder Colin Fanning.

    Craig also led the MWC with 85 strikeouts in 119 innings pitched.

    In addition to this most recent accolade, Craig has been named MWC pitcher of the week twice this year. His first honor came after ending TCU's 19-game home winning streak, shutting out the Frogs 5-0. He was recognized again for his work last week against the University of Utah.

    Craig was also voted to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District Team for his 3.82 grade point average.

    Craig began his career at BYU in 2006 after transferring from the Community College of Southern Nevada. He was drafted by the Atlanta Braves in 2001, but chose to serve a church mission to Rochester, N.Y.

    As a junior, Craig recorded 80 strikeouts and a 4.70 ERA for the Cougars.

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    Re: The 2007 Major League Baseball Amateur Draft Discussion Thread (Day 2)

    Quote Originally Posted by AdamDunn View Post
    who got Chris Carpenter?
    Nobody yet...
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    Re: The 2007 Major League Baseball Amateur Draft Discussion Thread (Day 2)

    Quote Originally Posted by jesusfan View Post
    Jesse "The Body" Craig... nice
    Agreed. Let's just hope he doesn't pitch like Jenny Craig.
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    Re: The 2007 Major League Baseball Amateur Draft Discussion Thread (Day 2)

    Quote Originally Posted by Benihana View Post
    who got Cole St Clair?
    Indians... pick 227
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    Re: The 2007 Major League Baseball Amateur Draft Discussion Thread (Day 2)

    Quote Originally Posted by jesusfan View Post
    Nobody yet...
    Jeez... what's everybody waiting for? I thought Chris Carpenter was one of the top pitching prospects this draft. Signability couldn't be THAT big of a problem

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    Re: The 2007 Major League Baseball Amateur Draft Discussion Thread (Day 2)

    Round 18:

    Reds pick Taylor Jordan RHP Merritt Island HS

    6'3" 190 lbs 1/17/89

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    Re: The 2007 Major League Baseball Amateur Draft Discussion Thread (Day 2)

    Round 18: 559:

    Taylor Jordan, RHP, Merritt Island HS (FL)

    6'3" 190

    Nickname: The Heir?
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    Re: The 2007 Major League Baseball Amateur Draft Discussion Thread (Day 2)

    Taylor Jordan good pick!

    read this little bit about him, about midway down the article...

    http://www.baseballamerica.com/blog/draft/?p=50
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    Re: The 2007 Major League Baseball Amateur Draft Discussion Thread (Day 2)

    You wanna talk about a cool name?

    Dodger's 18th round pick: Given Kutz...A RHP from U of Portland.

    I wonder if he has a brother named "Takin'"
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    Re: The 2007 Major League Baseball Amateur Draft Discussion Thread (Day 2)

    Chris Carpenter to the Yankees... steal

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    Re: The 2007 Major League Baseball Amateur Draft Discussion Thread (Day 2)

    The Yankees take Chris Carpenter in the 18th round, and I bet he'll sign.
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    Re: The 2007 Major League Baseball Amateur Draft Discussion Thread (Day 2)

    From--> http://www.floridatoday.com/apps/pbc...plate=printart

    Taylor Jordan Merritt Island, Pitcher


    The numbers: An overpowering right-handed senior, Jordan finished 12-1 with two saves and an 0.94 ERA for the Mustangs. He struck out 94 in 74 1/3 innings and will take his talent next season to Indian River Community College.


    Best moment this season: When we won districts.


    Favorite athlete: Greg Maddux


    Favorite movie: "The Condemned"


    Best out-of-athletics skill: Fishing


    One thing few people know about you: I like to play chess.


    Toughest place you played/performed in high school: Monsignor Pace
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