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For summer teams this is what I have seen online so far. Anyone with other info i'll update. MLB Draft is today through Wed. = 40 rds
No Name Pos B/T Year
3 White, Charlie OF L/L SO NECBL Newport
5 Montville, Michael OF R/R SO Cape Orleans
6 Haslup, Charlie RHP R/R JR NECBL Sanford
7 Stinnett, Jake RHP/3B R/R SO Westen North County
8 Hockaday, K.J. INF R/R FR Ripken O's
11 Reed, Jimmy LHP L/L JR Cape Orleans
14 Ramsay, Alex C L/R SO
16 Kirkpatrick, Brady RHP R/R SO Cape Brewster
18 Amaro, Andrew INF L/R FR Coastal Peninsula
19 Bosse, Matt OF R/R FR Ripken Redbirds
22 Convissar, Kyle INF R/R SO Cape Y-D
25 Olenski, Greg OF R/R RS FR
26 Lardo, A.J. OF R/R FR Futures Brocton
27 Brewster, Ben LHP L/L SO NECBL Danbury
28 Galligan, Robert LHP R/L FR Hamptons North Fork
29 Ruse, Bobby RHP R/R FR Prospect Danville
30 Jones, Brent C/INF R/R FR Ripken T-Bolts
31 Papio, Anthony OF L/R FR Ripken Aces
32 Bouey, William RHP R/R FR
34 Hagel, Jordan OF R/R JR Cape Cotuit
36 Hatch, Cam LHP R/L FR
39 Cleary, Jack C R/R JR
43 Pashuck, Jamie LHP L/L SO Prospect Danville
44 Kiene, Tim 1B L/R SO Cape Cotuit
Mooney HS Ripken O's
Casas HS Ripken O's
Wade HS Ripken redbirds
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3 in the Cape, wow. It wasn't that long ago when we couldn't get anyone anywhere except the RIpken.
how many are we expecting to lose to the draft? current and future
This is a Perfrect game Rankings follow list from MD. I havent looked at out of state recruits
Group 3 rd11-25
1 Michael Boyden RHP SR R-R 6-0 170 Maryland La Plata, MD Never Drafted 06/18/1990
2 Alfredo Rodriguez SS SR R-R 6-0 180 Maryland Oak Hill, VA Brewers '11 (32) 05/26/1990
3 Charlie Haslup RHP JR R-R 6-4 205 Maryland Easton, MD Never Drafted 08/23/1991
4 Jimmy Reed LHP JR L-L 6-1 175 Maryland Gaithersburg, MD Never Drafted 12/18/1990
5 Sander Beck RHP SR R-R 6-3 215 Maryland Severna Park, MD Orioles '11 (33) 10/03/1990
Grp 4 late rd
7 Brett Harman RHP SR L-R 6-4 220 Maryland Westminster, MD Never Drafted 12/24/1988
9 David Carroll RHP SR R-R 6-8 235 Maryland Las Vegas, NV Never Drafted 10/17/1990
16 Korey Wacker LHP/OF SR L-L 5-11 165 Maryland Harker Heights, TX Never Drafted 12/15/1989
18 Ryan Holland SS SR L-R 6-0 185 Maryland Johns Creek, GA Never Drafted 08/02/1988
20 Tomo Delp 1B/3B SR R-R 6-3 210 Maryland Las Vegas, NV Never Drafted 06/11/1990
23 Jordan Hagel OF JR R-R 6-2 210 Maryland Fairfield, CT Never Drafted 06/07/1991
1 Kevin Mooney RHP/OF SR R-R 6-1 195 North Harford Forest Hill, MD Maryland
3 Lamonte Wade LHP/OF SR L-L 6-1 175 St. Pauls Owings Mills, MD Maryland
4 Brandon Casas RHP SR R-R 6-5 185 Gilman Pasadena, MD Maryland
7 Connor Oliver 3B SR L-R 6-0 175 DeMatha Churchton, MD Maryland
Look to see where recruits go in the draft
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Draft News: Alfredo Rodriguez selected by the Brewers with pick No. 545 (17th round). Second year in a row Brewers have taken him.
nice, he jumped 15 rounds!
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Chicago Cubs select #Terps signee Jake Drossner (LHP, Council Rock North HS, Richboro, Pa.) with pick No. 704 (23rd round).
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Rising senior LHP Jimmy Reed is the 2nd Terp selected, with the No. 667 pick (21st round) by the NY Yankees.
Love Jimmy, hate the Yankees. As if I needed more reason to hope he comes back, but at 21st round after the year he's had, I wouldn't be surprised if he signs here.
Haslup to the Yanks also
"I like fixing broken things" - Kevin Plank
Michael Boyden to the Nats.
Four Terps, Three Signees Taken in MLB Draft
Rodriguez taken in 17th round by Milwaukee Brewers
COLLEGE PARK, Md. – The University of Maryland baseball program had four players and three prep signees selected in the 2012 MLB First-Year Player Draft, which opened Monday and wrapped up Wednesday.
All seven players were selected on Wednesday in rounds 16 through 40, led by senior shortstop Alfredo Rodriguez, who was taken in the 17th round by the Milwaukee Brewers. Two junior pitchers were selected by the New York Yankees, as lefty Jimmy Reed went in the 21st round and right-hander Charlie Haslup was taken in the 26th round. Senior RHP Michael Boyden was taken in the 31st round by the Washington Nationals.
Prep signee Jake Drossner, a left-handed pitcher from Council Rock North High School in Richboro, Pa., was selected in the 23rd round by the Chicago Cubs. The New York Mets took Jared Price, a right-handed pitcher from Twin Valley High School in Mohnton, Pa., in the 33rd round. Shortstop Jose Cuas from Grand Street Campus High School in Brooklyn, N.Y., was taken in the 40th round by the Toronto Blue Jays.
Rodriguez was also drafted in the 32nd round by the Brewers in 2011, but chose to return to Maryland for his final season of eligibility.
One of the most identifiable names for Maryland over the past four years, Rodriguez was in the starting lineup at shortstop for 177 straight games from his freshman through senior seasons. The Oakton, Va., native established career bests in batting average (.294), doubles (12), RBIs (34), on-base percentage (.368) and fielding percentage (.967) as a senior.
Known for his superior defensive abilities, Rodriguez committed a career-low eight errors in 2012 and was named to the watch list for the Brooks Wallace Shortstop of the Year Award last month. He also tied the school record with 62 career stolen bases, including a team-high 16 as a senior.
Over the final two months of the 2012 season, Rodriguez was at his best in helping Maryland finish with 32 wins, its second-most in program history. Over that span Rodriguez hit .358 to raise his season batting average to .294, fourth best on the team.
Reed enjoyed a breakout junior season, leading the team with a 2.70 ERA and eight saves. After spending the first month and a half of the season as the closer, Reed made a successful transition into the starting rotation. In his first career start, Reed struck out eight and held NC State to two hits in eight shutout innings to lead Maryland to a 4-0 win. His first three career starts spanned at least eight innings, including a nine-inning effort against Duke.
On the season, Reed held opponents to a .226 batting average and struck out 52 while walking just 16. His eight saves are tied for the second most in a single season in school history.
Haslup also had an outstanding junior season as the team’s primary option out of the bullpen. The Easton, Md., native tied a team high with 21 appearances and led all relievers with a 2.64 ERA (minimum 15 innings pitched). Haslup went 5-5 on the year while accumulating 44 strikeouts to 20 walks in 44-1/3 innings.
Used primarily as the setup man, Haslup held opponents scoreless in 12 of 21 appearances. He also showed the ability to pitch in long stretches, tossing 4-1/3 scoreless innings at St. John’s on March 28 and 4-2/3 scoreless at Florida State on May 6. Haslup made one start on the year, setting career highs with seven strikeouts in seven innings in a win over Norfolk State on May 1.
Boyden was another top option out of the pen for Maryland, making 21 appearances with six starts. The La Plata, Md., native finished the season 2-3 with a 3.35 ERA and averaged 10.74 strikeouts/9 innings, second best on the team. In 51 innings pitched, Boyden held opponents to a .207 batting average and struck out 50.
This marks the second consecutive year under head coach Erik Bakich that Maryland had multiple players selected in the MLB Draft; Rodriguez, Sander Beck, Eric Potter and Matt Marquis were drafted in 2011.
MLB teams have until 5 p.m., ET, on Friday, July 13, to sign players selected in the 2012 MLB Draft.
Maryland Baseball at the 2012 MLB Draft
2012 Maryland Players
SS Alfredo Rodriguez – 17th round – 545 overall – Milwaukee Brewers
LHP Jimmy Reed – 21st round – 667 overall – New York Yankees
RHP Charlie Haslup – 26th round – 817 overall – New York Yankees
RHP Michael Boyden – 31st round – 954 overall – Washington Nationals
2012 Maryland Prep Signees
LHP Jake Drossner – 23rd round – 704 overall – Chicago Cubs
RHP Jared Price – 33rd round – 1010 overall – New York Mets
SS Jose Cuas – 40th round – 1225 overall – Toronto Blue Jays
Reed worries me as NYY took 5 college seniors in their top 10 picks so they have some money to play around with. Would be a big loss for next year. Other than that it looks like we made out alright.
so what are our predictions of who we lose early?
Jose Guas coming to MD. Also sounds like the Blue Jays would have taken him in the 10th round if he didn't want so much money.
I think we're going to hang on to most of our guys. Reed is probably the only one I'm worried about.
Mooney was named All-Met POY by the Sun
Not a huge surprise but nice to see. Hope he can make an impact next year with all the pitching we lose
Coastal Plains was fun as shit when I played down there, Amaro will have a good time, although Peninsula is a lot of long road trips. Really encouraging to see a handful of guys going to play in the Cape.
Sander Beck signs with the Orioles.
It's short so I'm just pasting the whole thing, but do the guy a favor and click on the link to get him the page views he deserves, Gallen CRUSHED the baseball coverage this year
In a Q&A with Jenni Chiarello of the New York Yankees Scout site, PinstripesPlus.com, Terrapins baseball pitcher Jimmy Reed offered a small glimpse into his baseball future.
The left-hander, who the Yankees picked up in the 21st round, said in the pay wall article that he’ll be a “summer follow,” meaning that the Yankees will keep tabs on him throughout the summer as he pitches in the Cape Cod League. Later in the summer, Reed and the Yankees will talk about their next move.
Reed was one of the Terps’ best pitchers in 2012, splitting time between two of the most important roles on the team: closer and Friday night starter. Reed led the Terps with a 2.70 ERA and was 1-3 in 20 games (six starts). He saved eight games and struck out 52 batters in 60 innings. He’s seen his ERA drop in each year with the Terps, from 13.75 in 2010 to 4.86 in 2011 to his new career-low in 2012.
On Sunday, Reed traveled to Massachusetts, where he’ll pitch for the Orleans Firebirds in the prestigious Cape Cod League. If he returns to College Park, it appears his Friday night starter position will be waiting for him. He has until July 13 to make a decision on signing with the Yankees.
If you have access to Scout, it’s an interest look into some of the simpler details about Reed, such as his favorite player and team and what it was like to be drafted into the Yankees organization.. The most entertaining part is which big league pitchers he said he’s been compared to: Jamie Moyer and Tom Glavine, but he said, “I throw harder than them.”
It appears that PinstripesPlus is doing a Q&A with every Yankees draft pick, so one with Terps right-hander Charlie Haslup, a Yankees 26th round selection, could be on the horizon.
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"Maryland football: Where everybody gets hurt and the starting left tackle has an existential crisis."
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Not draft related but Brett Cecil finally back up with the Jays and starting tomorrow at home vs Phila. A week ago we were planning on going to see him pitch at Bowie on June 17, now back up.
I had no idea this kid was a knuckle baller that is awesome. Now let's just hope he pitches like Dickey this year and not every other year.
According to this Michigan Blog/a college baseball blog - Bakich is being linked to Michigan.
I know Michigan is a huge athletic department, but it can't be good if Bakich is looking into leaving for a B10 job.
On the bright side, it mentions that Michigan is the only BCS job open now. There are tons of good non BCS baseball schools, but this has to help to hang on to him for another year
Michigan makes no sense to me. If he's going to leave he's going to leave for an SEC or another ACC job, or maybe a southern mid-major like Coastal Carolina or his alma mater ECU.
You could say the same thing for Aoki leaving BC after a run at the CWS a few years back for the Notre Dame and the Big East.
Jeff Ermann @insidemdsports
Rumblings about UMD baseball coach Erik Bakich and Michigan. Sources say they've offered 400k+. And per @KendallRogersPG, deal may be close.
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