clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Brewers Day 3 MLB Draft results

Here are the players the Brewers selected with their last 30 picks in the 2013 MLB Draft.

The 2013 MLB Draft wrapped up on Saturday with rounds 11-40. Here are the players the Brewers selected:

11th round (#332 overall): Andy Hillis, RHP, Lee University (senior)
12th round (#362 overall): Trevor Seidenberger, LHP, TCU
13th round (#392 overall): Tanner Norton, C, Bishop Brossart High School (Kentucky)
14th round (#422 overall): Hobbs Johnson, LHP, North Carolina
15th round (#452 overall): David Denson, 1B, South Hills High School (California)
16th round (#482 overall): Corey Miller, RHP, Pepperdine
17th round (#512 overall): Brandon Moore, RHP, Arkansas
18th round (#542 overall): Clint Terry, LHP, Lee University
19th round (#572 overall): Josh Matheson, RHP, Minnesota State-Mankato
20th round (#602 overall): Ryan Yarbrough, LHP, Old Dominion
21st round (#632 overall): Tristan Archer, RHP, Tennessee Tech (senior)
22nd round (#662 overall): Johnathan Davis, LF, West Los Angeles College
23rd round (#692 overall): Eric Williams, CF, Sachse High School (Texas)
24th round (#722 overall): Chris Razo, RHP, Illinois State (senior)
25th round (#752 overall): Drew Ghelfi, RHP, Minnesota (senior)
26th round (#782 overall): Kyren Gilmore Parrott, CF, Herndon High School (Virginia)
27th round (#812 overall): Tyler Alexander, LHP, Florida International
28th round (#842 overall): Alex Moore, RHP, Lee University
29th round (#872 overall): Nick Eicholtz, RHP, Cambridge Christian High School (Florida)
30th round (#902 overall): Luis Aviles, SS, Southwest Miami High School (Florida)
31st round (#932 overall): Tanner Poppe, RHP, Kansas (senior)
32nd round (#962 overall): Ryan Deeter, RHP, UCLA (sophomore)
33rd round (#992 overall): Charles Leblanc, SS, Georges Vanier HS (Canada)
34th round (#1022 overall): Dylan Brock, RHP, Glendale Community College (Arizona)
35th round (#1052 overall): William Travis, RHP, Southwest Mississippi Junior College
36th round (#1082 overall): Jesse Weiss, 1B, Kenyon College (Ohio) (senior)
37th round (#1112 overall): JaVon Shelby, SS, Tates Creek High School (Kentucky)
38th round (#1142 overall): Charlie Markson, OF, Notre Dame (senior)
39th round (#1172 overall): John Cleary, C, Maryland (senior)
40th round (#1202 overall): Kenneth Meimerstorf, RF, Bishop Gorman High School (New York)

Of the eight Wisconsin natives who were selected this year, the Brewers grabbed three: UW-Milwaukee pitcher Joshua Uhen was the first Wisconsin-born player drafted when the Brewers took him on Friday, and they added Minnesota pitcher Drew Ghelfi (born in La Crosse) and Notre Dame outfielder Charlie Markson (born in Whitefish Bay).

37th round pick JaVon Shelby is Brewer coach John Shelby's son. After Saturday's game the elder Shelby told reporters "It's pretty evident that he's probably going to go to school, but still thankful. He's very excited about it."

Here's a quick breakdown of Brewer selections by position:

  • Of the 40 players selected, 23 were pitchers. That includes four of the team's top five picks overall. Six pitchers (led by ninth round pick Tyler Linehan) were lefties and 17 were righties.
  • Among the position players, four were shortstops, including second round pick Tucker Neuhaus.
  • The Brewers picked three first basemen, including sixth round pick Garrett Cooper.
  • The Brewers picked up eight outfielders, including five players listed as center fielders.
  • You'd think the team would need some catchers to work with all these new pitchers but they only drafted two, and one of them was 13th round high schooler Tanner Norton.

The Brewers spent their first two picks on high schoolers but favored college players overall, selecting them with 24 of 40 picks. They selected 12 high schoolers and four junior college players.

The Brewers raided the closet of NAIA school Lee University, selecting three pitchers from the same small college. Lee finished third in the NAIA World Series this season.

Finally, and perhaps most surprisingly, the Brewers almost let the entire draft go by without selecting a Canadian. 33rd round shortstop Charles Leblanc was the 14th of 16 players selected from north of the border overall.