Six Tigers picked in Major League Draft Tuesday


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Six Tigers were taken in the 2011 Major League draft on Tuesday. Two Tigers were chosen in the second round. Junior shortstop Brad MillerBrad Miller
Infielder
#13 6-1, 185
Windermere, FL

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(Windermere, FL), the 2011 ACC Player-of-the-Year, was a second-round draft selection (#62 overall pick) of the Seattle Mariners. Junior utility player Will LambWill Lamb
Outfielder
#30 6-6, 175
Seaford, VA

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(Seaford, VA), a Second-Team All-ACC selection in 2011, was also a second-round draft pick (#83 overall pick) of the Texas Rangers.



Four other Tigers were drafted on Tuesday. Junior infielder John HinsonJohn Hinson
Infielder
#4 6-1, 180
Asheville, NC

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(Asheville, NC) was a 13th-round draft selection (#400 overall pick) of the Houston Astros. Senior outfielder Jeff SchausJeff Schaus
Outfielder
#3 6-1, 205
Naples, FL

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(Naples, FL), a Second-Team All-ACC selection in 2011, was a 16th-round draft pick (#494 overall pick) of the Los Angeles Dodgers. Sophomore righthander Kevin BradyKevin Brady
RH Pitcher
#19 6-3, 205
Gaithersburg, MS

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(Gaithersburg, MD) was a 17th-round draft selection (#518 overall pick) of the Cleveland Indians. Sophomore lefthander Joseph MoorefieldJoseph Moorefield
LH Pitcher
#51 6-1, 205
Woodruff, SC

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(Woodruff, SC) was a 26th-round draft pick (#786 overall pick) of the Kansas City Royals.


The final 20 rounds (31-50) of the draft will take place on Wednesday.

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