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758
STEPHEN SCHILSKY
ILLINOIS WESLEYAN U
RHP
R/R
6'1"
210
01/03/1981
4YR
 
COMMENT: Large, big-boned frame. Large hands. Good pitcher's body. Overhand delivery, full extension. Straight-up finish. Fastball has moderate sink down in zone. Best pitch is hard slider with occasional late bite.
788
TY BUBALO
BEAVERTON HS
C
R/R
6'3"
205
08/08/1983
HS
 
COMMENT: Tall frame. Large, well-proportioned body, like Toronto's Josh Phelps. Strength in slight uppercut swing. Power to all fields when gets extension. Arm on target when gets on top. Durable, tough. Devoted in cage and weight room.
818
GREGORY DUPAS
ARLINGTON HS
RHP
R/R
6'6"
235
01/31/1984
HS
 
COMMENT:
848
ANDREW DICKINSON
U ILLINOIS
LHP
L/L
0'0"
0
12/13/1979
4YR
 
COMMENT:
878
DANIEL BARNETT
SALT LAKE CC
RHP
R/R
6'0"
185
01/22/1983
JR
 
COMMENT:
908
BRIAN RODGERS
BERKMAR HS
OF
R/R
6'4"
190
10/01/1983
HS
 
COMMENT:
938
BRAD ZIEGLER
SOUTHWEST MISSOURI ST U
RHP
R/R
6'3"
180
10/10/1979
4YR
 
COMMENT: Tall and lanky. Throws strikes, uses both sides of plate. Fastball has armside run. Changes arm angle from high to low 3/4 to get bore on lefties. Changeup is quality pitch with location and deception. Works fast. Will find way to beat you.
968
JUSTIN TOWLES
CROSBY HS
C
R/R
6'0"
165
02/11/1984
HS
 
COMMENT: Medium frame. Thin, slender, lean and wiry build. Good defensive skills. Strong arm. Very good mobility. Quick lateral movement, Blocks ball in dirt extremely well. Catch and throw guy. Leader on field. Controls game. Solid makeup.
998
NATHANIEL NELSON
HOLY NAME CENTRAL CATHOLI
1B
R/R
6'5"
260
09/27/1984
HS
 
COMMENT:
1028
RENE QUINTANA
PATRIA LA TORRES RAMIREZ
SS
L/R
6'0"
150
03/01/1984
HS
COMMENT: Medium frame, skinny build. Slight uppercut swing. Contact hitter who knows strike zone. Steady, reliable fielder with lateral agility to make play on slow groundball. Playable arm and good defensive actions. Mature 18-year-old.
1058
ROBERT JACOBSON
DURANGO HS
C
S/R
6'1"
200
10/16/1984
HS
 
COMMENT:
1088
JED MORRIS
U NEBRASKA
C
L/R
5'10"
195
03/04/1980
4YR
 
COMMENT:
1118
MARK RODRIGUES
LOS MEDANOS JC
RHP
R/R
6'2"
165
04/06/1983
JR
 
COMMENT:
1148
JASON WILLIAMS
CACTUS SHADOWS HS
RHP
R/R
6'4"
190
08/25/1984
HS
 
COMMENT:
1178
JOEL EVANS
COLUMBIA BASIN CC
RHP
R/R
6'5"
225
08/26/1982
JR
 
COMMENT:
1208
JONATHAN PAPELBON
MISSISSIPPI ST U
RHP
R/R
6'4"
215
11/23/1980
4YR
COMMENT: Large frame, strong, durable pitcher's build. Body like Derek Lowe. Quick arm, fair delivery mechanics. Fastball gets late action in zone, sinks, rides in on righties. Big arc to curve with tight, late break. Can be tough on righties. Occasional changeup.
1238
DON SUTTON
DURANGO HS
1B
R/R
6'0"
225
11/21/1983
HS
 
COMMENT:
1268
JOSEPH RYAN
ASSUMPTION HS
RHP
R/R
6'3"
195
07/15/1983
HS
 
COMMENT:
1297
CURTIS WHITE
UNIVERSITY OKLAHOMA
LHP
L/L
0'60"
165
07/18/1980
4YR
 
COMMENT:
1325
TY TAUBENHEIM
EDMONDS CC
RHP
R/R
6'5"
200
11/17/1982
JR
 
COMMENT:
1352
MATTHEW ELFELDT
BOSTON COL
RHP
R/R
6'4"
185
01/04/1981
4YR
 
COMMENT:
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** Oakland Athletics passed in round 46.


* Any team that passes on a selection during the draft is prohibited by rule from participating in subsequent rounds.
* The draft concludes at the end of 50 rounds or after all teams have passed, thereby opting out of any subsequent slots.
 

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