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MLB Draft 2015: Day Two, live, rounds 3-4

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We'll be blogging in the comments thread and summarizing each pick right here.

ROUND THREE
76) Diamondbacks:  Taylor Clarke, RHP, College of Charleston: Exceptional pitchability with decent stuff, possible fourth starter.
77) Rockies: Javier Medina, RHP, Arizona HS: Hard-throwing University of Arizona commit, somewhat raw, should sign here.
78) Rangers: Michael Matuella, RHP, Duke: Tommy John surgery ruined chance to go first-overall.
79) Astros: Riley Ferrell, RHP, TCU: Hard-throwing college closer, can be erratic
80) Twins: Travis Blankenhorn, 3B, Pennsylvania HS: Intriguing line drive hitter with good showcase circuit track record.
81) Red Sox:  Austin Rei, C, University of Washington: Impressive fielder and looks like he can hit too, good value.
82) Cubs: Bryan Hudson, LHP, Illinois HS: 6-7 lefty with extremely high upside.
83) Phillies: Lucas Williams, SS, California HS
84) Reds: Blake Trahan, SS, Louisiana-Lafayette:  One of the more polished college players available.
85) Marlins: Isaiah White, OF, North Carolina HS: Speester, quite raw but with upside, East Carolina commit.
86) Padres :  Jacob Nix, RHP, IMG Academy: Could have gone 50 spots higher than this, good pick.
87) Rays:  Brandon Lowe, 2B, University of Maryland:  Polished hitter from the left side, could rise quickly.
88) Mets: Max Wotell,LHP, North Carolina HS: Projectable lefty but already shows decent command
89) Braves:   Anthony Guardaro, RHP, California HS: Pop-up pitcher with live arm, unknown until three months ago.
90) Brewers:  Nash Walters, RHP, Texas HS:
91) Blue Jays:  Justin Maese, RHP, Texas HS: From El Paso, another pop-up who came out of nowhere over the last three months.
92) Yankees: Drew Finley, RHP, California HS: Good choice here, had late first round potential, polished but has solid stuff as well.
93) Indians Mark Mathias, 2B, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo: Limited to second base but he can hit.
94) Mariners:  Braden Bishop, OF, University of Washington: Fast, excellent glove, but hitting not terrific at this point
95) Giants: Jalen Miller, SS, Georgia HS: Impressive glove with a chance to hit for average, speed.
96) Pirates: Casey Hughston, OF, Alabama: Lefty bat, solid across the board, has pop, sophomore.
97) Athletics:  Dakota Chalmers, RHP, Georgia HS: Potential first round arm, rather raw, but huge upside here.
98) Royals: Anderson Miller, OF, Western Kentucky: Hits left, has speed and some power potential, good arm too.
99) Tigers: Drew Smith, RHP, Dallas Baptist: Can hit 99, closer potential, standard Tigers type pick.
100) Cardinals:  Harrison Bader, OF, Florida: Another guy with multiple tools, skills, has power and good glove
101) Dodgers:  Phil Phieffer, LHP, Vanderbilt: Versatile arm from top program of course, could move fast in pen.
102) Orioles: Garrett Cleavinger, LHP, Oregon: Originally from Kansas, throws hard, inconsistent.
103) Nationals:   Rhett Wiseman, OF, Vanderbilt: Another guy with across-the-board talents, some pop, polished, hits left.
104) Angels: Grayson Long, RHP, Texas A&M: Throws four pitches for strikes, solid track record, back-end starter or reliever.
105) Cardinals (failure to sign Trevor Megill): Jordan Hicks, RHP, Texas HS: Raw, can hit 93-95, sometimes higher. Long-term project.

ROUND FOUR

106) Diamondbacks: Breckin Williams, RHP, University of Missouri: College closer, can hit 93-94 and has a good cutter.
107) Rockies:  David Hill, RHP, University of San Diego: Throws three pitches for strikes, eats innings.
108) Rangers:  Jake Lemoine, RHP, University of Houston: Potential first rounder until slowed by shoulder issues, looks like a solid starter when healthy.
109) Astros: Anthony Hermelyn, C, University of Oklahoma: Hits for average, gap power, solid with the glove
110) Twins: Trey Cabbage, 3B, Tennessee HS: Pure hitter with tools for third base, was getting second round buzz.
111) Red Sox: Tate Matheny, OF, Missouri State: Solid college talent with polish, few weaknesses.
112) White Sox: Zack Erwin, LHP, Clemson University: 88-92 fastball, good size at 6-5, 190, polished.
113) Cubs: Darryl Wilson, OF, Ohio HS: Extremely fast, somewhat raw but high leadoff upside.
114) Phillies:  Kyle Martin, 1B, South Carolina: Veteran college power hitter, senior selection could be nice value.
115) Reds: Miles Gordon, OF, Canada HS: Runs well and has good strike zone judgment.
116) Marlins: Cody Poteet, RHP, UCLA;  College veteran should move quickly in bullpen
117) Padres: Austin Allen, C, Florida Tech:  Big power from the left side, but can he catch?
118) Rays: Brandon Koch, RHP, Dallas Baptist:  Another hard-throwing reliever who can move quickly.
119) Mets: David Thompson, 3B, Miami-FL: One of the best power hitters in college, fell due to defensive worries.
120) Braves:   Josh Graham, RHP, University of Oregon
121) Brewers:  Demi Orimoloye, OF, Canada HS:  Super-toolsy but erratic and raw.
122) Blue Jays: Carl Wise, 3B, College of Charleston:  Solid power bat.
123) Yankees:   Jeff Hendrix, OF, Oregon State University: Lefty hitter with fair tools but good polish.
124) Indians: Tyler Krieger, 2B, Clemson: Polished switch-hitter, gets on base, gap pop.
125) Mariners:  Dylan Thompson, RHP, South Carolina HS: 88-92, secondary pitches need polish but could be a four-pitch guy eventually.
126) Giants:  Mac Marshall, LHP, Chipola JC:  Part of Astros draft disaster last year, nagging injuries this spring but still has mid-rotation upside.
127) Pirates: Jacob Taylor, RHP, Pearl River CC: Secondary and command need work, but high upside.
128) Athletics: Skye Bolt, OF, North Carolina: Very athletic, power, speed, but hitting track record very erratic.
129) Royals: Garrett Davila, LHP, North Carolina HS:  Projectable southpaw, athletic with clean delivery.
130) Tigers: Kade Scivicque, C, LSU: Senior, solid with the glove, had a terrific offensive season. Nice senior to nab.
131) Cardinals: Paul DeJong, C-3B, Illinois State: Senior, strong hitting record but position unclear.
132) Dodgers: Willie Calhoun, INF-OF, Yavapai JC:  Hit 31 homers this year from 5-8 frame. Not sure where the glove works but bat is very intriguing.
133) Orioles; Ryan McKennay, OF, New Hampshire HS: VERY cold weather player, good athlete, tools at least average.
134) Nationals: Mariano Rivera JR, RHP, Iona:  Strong senior season moved him from novelty to real prospect.
134) Angels: Brendon Sanger, OF, Florida Atlantic: Big number, good plate discipline with some pop,