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Cincinnati Reds Draft Results: Rounds 11-40


 

Long discussed has been the length of the Major League Baseball Draft, and whether or not it needs to be shortened.

 
The argument is valid, considering the San Diego Padres drafted Johnny Manziel on Saturday, the former Texas A&M standout quarterback, who never even played baseball for the Aggies. When asked about the decision, Padres general manager Josh Byrnes responded with, “Why not?”

 
Many of the men listed below that have been drafted by the Cincinnati Reds will never sniff a Major League field. Of course, there is always that chance.

 
Round 11, #335 overall: Mitch Trees – C – Sacred Heart Griffin High School (Illinois)
Round 12, #365 overall: Montrell Marshall – 3B – South Gwinnett High School (Georgia)
Round 13, #395 overall: Zachary Correll – RHP – Joseph Case High School (Massachusetts)
Round 14, #425 overall: Jacob Ehret – RHP – University of California Los Angeles
Round 15, #455 overall: Jimmy Pickens – RF – Michigan State University
Round 16, #485 overall: Garrett Boulware – C – Clemson University
Round 17, #515 overall: Jacob Moody – LHP – University of Memphis
Round 18, #545 overall: Roderick Bynum – CF – Monroe Catholic High School (Arkansas)
Round 19, #575 overall: Isaac Anderson – RHP – College of Southern Idaho
Round 20, #605 overall: Conor Krauss – Seton Hall University
Round 21, #635 overall: Tyler Parmenter – RHP – University of Arizona
Round 22, #665 overall: Robert Byckowski – 3B – Blyth Academy (Ontario, Canada)
Round 23, #695 overall: Ty Sterner – LHP – University of Rhode Island
Round 24, #725 overall: Shane Crouse – RHP – Lake Sumter Community College (Florida)
Round 25, #755 overall: Paul Kronenfeld – 1B – Catawba College
Round 26, #785 overall: Brennan Bernardino – LHP – Cal State at Dominguez Hills
Round 27, #815 overall: Jake Paulson – RHP – Oakland University
Round 28, #845 overall: Dustin Cook – RHP – San Jacinto College North (Texas)
Round 29, #875 overall: Michael Sullivan – LHP – Gloucester Community College (New Jersey)
Round 30, #905 overall: Josciel Veras – SS – Cumberland University
Round 31, #935 overall: Joshua Palacios – CF – San Jacinto College North (Texas)
Round 32, #965 overall: Dalton Viner – RHP – San Jacinto College North (Texas)
Round 33, #995 overall: Jose Lopez – C – King High School (Florida)
Round 34, #1025 overall: Keenan Kish – RHP – University of Florida
Round 35, #1055 overall: Brandon Vicens – CF – American Heritage School (Florida)
Round 36, #1085 overall: Logan Browning – LHP – Lakeland Christian High School (Florida)
Round 37, #1115 overall: Walker Whitworth – 2B – Ada High School (Oklahoma)
Round 38, #1145 overall: Bo Tucker – LHP – Rome High School (Georgia)
Round 39, #1175 overall: Seth Roadcap – C – Capital High School (West Virginia)
Round 40, #1205 overall: Michael Mediavilla – LHP – Mater Academy Charter School (Florida)

 

 

It becomes impossible to project how the careers of these young men will play out if they opt to become members of the Cincinnati Reds organization.

 
A name listed above may be the next Albert Pujols or Mike Piazza, Joey Votto or Mat Latos. For now, as fans, we sit and patiently wait for the day some of these young guns may arrive and make us marvel at their scintillating ability.

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