MLB Draft Picks from Oklahoma

MLB Draft Picks from Oklahoma

The recent Major League Baseball Draft has produced 16 draft picks from local Oklahoma state schools including University of Oklahoma (4), Oklahoma State University (10), Oral Roberts University (1), and Oklahoma Baptist University (1).


Here is the list of draft picks from Oklahoma selected from this year’s MLB Draft:


Chicago White Sox- 2nd round, 49th pick- RHP Alec Hansen  (University of Oklahoma)

Washington Nationals- 2nd round, 58th pick- 3B Sheldon Neuse (University of Oklahoma)

Chicago Cubs- 3rd round, 104th pick- RHP Thomas Hatch (Oklahoma State University)

Seattle Mariners- 5th round, 147th pick- SS Donnie Walton (Oklahoma State University)

Miami Marlins- 6th round, 173rd pick- RHP Remey Reed (Oklahoma State University)

San Francisco Giants- 7th round, 215th pick- LHP Garrett Williams (Oklahoma State University)

Houston Astros- 7th round, 217th pick- RHP Tyler Buffet (Oklahoma State University)

Chicago Cubs- 12th round, 374th pick- RHP Trey Cobb (Oklahoma State University)

Los Angeles Dodgers- 13th round , 401st pick- RF Cody Thomas (University of Oklahoma)

Miami Marlins- 14th round, 413th pick- RHP Michael Mertz (Oklahoma State University)

Chicago White Sox- 15th round, 446th pick- RHP Jake Elliott (University of Oklahoma)

St. Louis Cardinals- 15th round, 466th pick- 2B J.R. Davis (Oklahoma State University)

Chicago Cubs- 16th round, 494th pick- RHP Holden Cammack (Oral Roberts University)

Houston Astros- 27th round, 817th pick- LHP Nathan Thompson (Oklahoma Baptist University)

Los Angeles Dodgers- 32nd round, 971st pick- RHP Connor Costello (Oklahoma State University)

Pittsburgh Pirates- 36th round, 1,095th pick- 1B Dustin Williams (Oklahoma State University)

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