Major League Baseball Draft Day One Summary


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CLEMSON -- The 2004 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft started by conference call among the Major League Clubs on Monday. The draft will conclude on Tuesday.


Tiger Notables in Day One


Neil Walker from Pine Richland HS C S/R 6'3" 205

Round #1 (#11 Overall) to Pittsburgh Pirates -- Clemson Signee


Tyler Lumsden LHP L/L 6'3" 200 1983-05-09

Round Compensation A (#34 Overall)


Collin Mahoney RHP R/R 6'4" 245

Round #4 (#103 Overall) to Detroit Tigers

Lou Santangelo C R/R 6'1" 200

Round #4 (#124 Overall) to Houston Astros

Brad McCann 3B R/R 6'3" 190

Round #6 (#188 Overall) to Florida Marlins

Steven Jackson RHP R/R 6'5" 220

Round #10 (#296 Overall) to Arizona Diamondbacks

Patrick Hogan RHP R/R 6'4" 235

Round #14 (#428 Overall) to Florida Marlins


Jon Ark Owings from Gainesville HS LF R/R 6'4" 192

Round #17 (#521 Overall) to Atlanta Braves -- Clemson Signee

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