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    Re: The Official Second Day Draft Thread - 2010

    Nick Sawyer epitomizes scrappy.

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    Re: The Official Second Day Draft Thread - 2010

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    Re: The Official Second Day Draft Thread - 2010

    With there being no draft-and-follow picks anymore, you have to wonder why clubs would take college-bound HS players that they weren't going to especially try and lure away.

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    Re: The Official Second Day Draft Thread - 2010

    Round 41: Jonathan Kaskow, 1B, Stanford. 6'4" junior.

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    Re: The Official Second Day Draft Thread - 2010

    http://www.gostanford.com/sports/m-b.../teamcume.html

    Kaskow hit .328 with just one homer but more walks than strikeouts in 2010 for the Cardinal.

    http://www.gostanford.com/sports/m-b...onathan00.html

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    Re: The Official Second Day Draft Thread - 2010

    Mets just drafted John Franco's son.
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    Re: The Official Second Day Draft Thread - 2010

    The Mets take John Franco Jr., a HS shortstop, in round 42. He's listed as 5'7"/152#. Natch.

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    Re: The Official Second Day Draft Thread - 2010

    Round 42: LHP Mitchell Hopkins, LSU-Eunice. 6'3"/190#.

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    Re: The Official Second Day Draft Thread - 2010

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    Round 42: LHP Mitchell Hopkins, LSU-Eunice. 6'3"/190#.
    If he's got a good fastball, he's just begging for the nickname "Lightning", no?
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    Re: The Official Second Day Draft Thread - 2010

    Rangers take UC lefty Kevin Johnson. 6'5" senior.

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    Re: The Official Second Day Draft Thread - 2010

    If he's got a good fastball, he's just begging for the nickname "Lightning", no?
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    Re: The Official Second Day Draft Thread - 2010

    Hopkins went 8-0, 4.14 in nine games, eight starts for LSU-Eunice with 48 Ks in 37 IP.

    http://athletics.lsue.edu/roster.asp...&path=baseball

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    Re: The Official Second Day Draft Thread - 2010

    Paul O'Neill's nephew was just drafted by the Yankees.
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    Re: The Official Second Day Draft Thread - 2010

    Another LSU-Eunice player went later in the round. It's a junior college, so my guess is that Hopkins is going to want to transfer to a larger program.

    Paul O'Neill's nephew Michael went to the Yankees in round 42 out of Olentangy Liberty HS in Columbus.

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    Re: The Official Second Day Draft Thread - 2010

    A Cincinnati native, Tom Belza, went to Arizona in round 43. He went to Oklahoma State and played 2B. Looks like he went to Moeller.


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