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Flashes selected in the MLB Draft

By admin Published: June 10, 2009

Kent State baseball has had seven players selected in the first-year player draft, tying the 1994 class for the most draftees ever.

Kent State right handed pitcher Brad Stillings was selected by the Minnesota Twins with the No. 222 pick.

Left handed relief pitcher Jon Pokorny (Parma Normandy) was picked at No. 286 by the Milwaukee Brewers.

Shortstop Chris Tremblay was selected at No. 564 by the San Diego Padres.

Right handed pitcher Kyle Smith (Louisville) was selected by the Cleveland Indians with the No. 605 pick.

First basemen Greg Rohan was selected by the Chicago Cubs with the No. 650 pick.

Right handed pitcher Robert Sabo was selected in the 38th round (1145th overall) by the Cleveland Indians.

Outfielder Jason Patton was selected in the 47th round (1429 overall) by the Tampa Bay Rays.

In addition to the current KSU players, two KSU signees were also drafted.  Jason Bagoly, a catcher from Austintown-Fitch High School was drafted in the 40th round by the Colorado Rockies and Addison Dunn, a right handed pitcher from Warren Area High School in Pennsylvania, was selected in the 45th round by the Chicago Cubs.

Dave Carducci caught up with Brad Stillings and his head coach Scott Stricklin.



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