Apparently the Cleveland Indians are looking to add some depth in their organization as the team's later picks on Day 3 have revolved around the pitcher and short stop positions. After selecting 14 pitchers (all of which were right-handed) in the first 25 rounds of the 2012 MLB First-Year Player Draft, the Tribe added six more pitchers (five of them right-handed) in rounds 26 through 40.
After not selecting a short stop through the entire draft, the team apparently decided they needed to stock up as they selected four of them over the course of six rounds.
Here are the names and positions of the newest members of the Indians' system:
Round 26, Pick 803: Justin Garza, Bonita High School, RHP
Round 27, Pick 833: Ray Castillo, Russell County High School, RHP
Round 28, Pick 863: Joshua Pigg, Franklin High School, 3B
Round 29, Pick 893: Randall Fant, Arkansas, LHP
Round 30, Pick 923: Josh Lester, Columbus High School, SS
Round 31, Pick 953: Daniel Holst, Parkway South Senior High School, CF
Round 32, Pick 983: Paul Hendrix, Howard College, SS
Round 33, Pick 1013: Cory Raley, Uvalde High School, SS
Round 34, Pick 1043: Matthew Fultz, Lee's Summit West High School, C
Round 35, Pick 1073: Nick Hamilton, Kent State University, SS
Round 36, Pick 1103: Benny Suarez, Hill Junior College, RHP
Round 37, Pick 1133: Jacob Morris, Arkansas, OF
Round 38, Pick 1163: Joshua Nervis, Sonoma State University, RHP
Round 39, Pick 1193: DJ Brown, James Madison University, RHP
Round 40, Pick 1223: Anthony Hawkins, Fresno High School, OF
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