MLB Draft Results: Pirates Select 14 More Players On Second Day

The Pittsburgh Pirates wrapped up the second day of the 2012 MLB Draft by adding 14 more prospects. Neal Huntington opened the day by drafting high school catching prospect Wyatt Mathisen and wrapped the day by selecting centerfielder Jonathan Youngblood. On top of big prize Mark Appel on Monday night, the Bucs selected six more arms on Tuesday -- including four righties and two lefties. The complete list of Day 2 prospects below:

  • Mathisen, Wyatt -- Calallen HS, TX C
  • Sandfort, Jonathan -- Winter Springs HS, FL RHP
  • Thomas, Brandon -- Georgia Tech, GA CF
  • Sampson, Adrian -- Bellevue CC, WA RHP
  • Wood, Eric -- Blinn College, TX 3B
  • Stallings, Jacob -- North Carolina, NC C
  • Ross, Kevin -- Niles West HS, IL SS
  • Crumlich, Douglas -- University of California - Irvine, CA SS
  • Ludwig, Pat -- Yale U, CT RHP
  • Diaz, Christopher -- North Carolina State, NC SS
  • Friend, Dalton -- Jefferson College, MO LHP
  • Harlan, Thomas -- Fresno State, CA LHP
  • Buehler, Walker -- Henry Clay HS, KY RHP
  • Youngblood, Jonathan -- Meridian CC, MS CF
  • For more on the Pirates and their Draft, check out Bucs Dugout.

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