MLB Draft 2016

MLB DRAFT DAY THREE: NOW WE CAN FOCUS ON THOSE OTHER GUYS

 

By Liz Alper

Photos in order:  Jack Suwinski, Youtube screenshot, Jared Poché, Youtube screenshot, Chris Mattison, Youtube screenshot

June 11, 2016 (Secaucus, Nj.) - The last 29 rounds of the 2016 MLB Draft were today and the Padres finally remembered that there are other positions besides pitchers.  Scroll down for more info on all of the last 29 Padres picks.


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MLB DRAFT DAY TWO: PITCHERS, PITCHERS, PITCHERS!

 

 

By Liz Alper


Photos in order:  Lake Bachar, Mason Thompson, courtesy @MLBDraftTracker on Twitter

June 10, 2016 (Secaucus, Nj.) - The Padres were busy on Day One of the MLB Draft, drafting five picks.  Day Two of the MLB Draft covered Rounds 3-10.  Scroll down for reports on all seven of today’s Padres draft picks.


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MLB DRAFT DAY ONE: PADRES DRAFT MOSTLY PITCHERS TO AID SUFFERING BULLPEN, ROTATION

 

By Liz Alper


Photos in order:  Cal Quantrill, Hudson Sanchez, Eric Lauer and Buddy Reed, courtesy @MLBDraftTracker on Twitter


June 9, 2016 (Secaucus, Nj.) - The 2016 MLB draft began today and everyone waited with baited breath to see who the Padres would pick.  Voice of the Padres Dick Enberg was at the MLB studios in New Jersey to announce some second round picks.


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