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MLB Draft 2015: Day Two, live, rounds 5-7

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136) Diamondbacks:  Ryan Burr, RHP, Arizona State: Another hard-throwing reliever who could move quickly.
137) Rockies: Parker French, RHP, University of Texas:  Strike-throwing sinkerballer.
138) Rangers: Chad Smith, OF, Georgia HS: Hits left with solid tools, fits well into Rangers development schema.
139) Astros; Trent Thornton, RHP, North Carolina: Versatile college veteran with inconsistent track record but live arm.
140) Twins: Alex Robinson, LHP, Maryland: Hard-throwing lefty, seen as second rounder until command issues late.
141) Red Sox: Jagger Rusconi, OF, California HS: Switch-hitter with tools, somewhat raw, long-term development project
142) White Sox: Jordan Stevens,RHP, Rice University: Tommy John guy, perhaps a reliever in pro ball, throws strikes with high strikeout guy.
143) Cubs: Ryan Kellogg, LHP, Arizona State University: Canadian strike-thrower, average stuff but polished.
144) Phillies: Bailey Falter, LHP, California HS: Projectable southpaw with little pre-draft attention.
145) Reds: Ian Kahaloa, RHP, Hawaii HS: 93-94, secondaries need polish and not a big guy but quite athletic.
146) Marlins: Justin Jacombe, LHP, UC Santa Barbara: Strike-throwing lefty with good size.
147) Padres: Josh McGee, OF, Louisiana HS
148) Rays: Joe McCarthy, OF, University of Virginia: missed most of season with injuries but regular OF tools.
149) Mets: Thomas Szapucki, LHP, Florida HS: Athletic, 92-94, good slider, long-term role uncertain.
150) Braves: Ryan Clark, RHP, UNC Greensboro: Inconsistent but throws hard, has some upside.
151) Brewers: Blake Allemand, INF, Texas A&M:  Utility infield projection.
152) Blue Jays: Jose Espada, RHP, Puerto Rico HS: Good breaking stuff, athletic and could gain velocity
153) Yankees; Chance Adams, RHP, Dallas Baptist: Another college reliever.
154) Indians: Ka'Ai Tom, OF, University of Kentucky: From Hawaii, solid tools and track record.
155) Mariners: Drew Jackson, SS, Stanford; Brother of Brett Jackson, very athletic, hitting needs work.
156) Giants: Ronnie Jebavy, OF, Middle Tennessee State: Some tools, showed power and speed in college.
157) Pirates: Brandon Waddell, LHP, Virginia: Inconsistent but could develop into a number four starter.
158) Athletics: Kevin Duchene, LHP, Illinois: Excellent track record, average stuff.
159) Royals: Roman Collins, OF, Florida Atlantic: Hits left, has some tools, draws walks but didn't hit quite as well as expected
160) Tigers: Cam Gibson, OF, Michigan State:  Kirk's son, very fast but lacks power.
161) Cardinals: Ryan Helsley, RHP, Northeastern State University: Throws hard, raw.
162) Dodgers; Brendon Davis, SS, California HS: Listed at 6-4, 160; Cal State Fullerton commit
163) Orioles: Jason Heinrich, OF, Florida HS: Bat good enough that he got some second round buzz.
164) Nationals: Taylor Hearn, LHP, Oklahoma Baptist: Lanky, loose, throws hard, needs better command, has been drafted four times.
165) Angels: Jared Foster, OF, LSU: Senior budget pick from outstanding program, has some power and speed.

166) Diamondbacks: Tyler Mark, RHP, Concordia University: Small college closer with a very good arm.
167) Rockies: Jack Wynkoop, LHP, South Carolina: Classic finesse lefty from major program.
168) Rangers: Tyler Ferguson, RHP, Vanderbilt: Big arm, serious command problems this season.
169) Astros: Nestor Muriel, OF, Puerto Rico HS: Like most guys from PR, a projection athlete, very young.
170) Twins: Chris Paul, OF, California: Budget senior, hit .313/.399/.528 this year, hits right.
171) Red Sox: Travis Lakins, RHP, Ohio State: Sophomore, solid campaign with low-90s fastball.
172) White Sox: Corey Zangari, 1B, Oklahoma HS: Huge 6-4, 240 pound right-handed slugger.
173) Cubs: Dave Berg, RHP, UCLA: Outstanding college reliever with funky stuff.
174) Phillies: Tyler Gilbert, LHP, USC: Another California college arm, can start or relieve
175) Reds: Jimmy Herget, RHP, South Florida: Outstanding college track record with low arm slot.
176) Marlins: Justin Cohen, C, Florida HS: Good glove, will definitely stay there, bat has potential too.
177) Padres: Jordan Guerrero, RHP, Polk State JC: Throws extremely hard, great upside for this point in draft.
178) Rays: Benton Moss, RHP, North Carolina: Veteran college arm, senior, does a lot of things well, can move fast.
179) Mets: Chase Ingram, RHP, Hillsborough CC: Outstanding statistics with average stuff, could be nice pick here.
180) Braves: Matt Withrow, RHP, Texas Tech: Brother of Chris, like his brother he has good stuff but health concerns hurt stock.
181) Brewers: Eric Hanhold, RHP, Florida: Good arm, but inconsistent track record, perhaps refine-able.
182) Blue Jays: J.C. Cardenas,SS, Barry University: Hit .352 with 20 steals, legit speed, mixed opinion on glove.
183) Yankees Brandon Wagner, 2B, Howard JC: Huge numbers in JC ball this year, hits left, positional question.
184) Indians: Jonas Wyatt, RHP, California HS: Throws hard, somewhat raw, could have easily gone three rounds higher, nice pick if signable.
185) Mariners: Kyle Wilcox, RHP, Bryant University: Live arm but low strikeout rate and command issues.
186) Giants: Steven Duggar, OF, Clemson: Great tools, spotty performance.
187) Pirates: Jon Brubaker, RHP, Akron: 3.63 ERA in 89 innings,72/30 K/BB, interesting 6-4, 170 build.
188) Athletics: Bubba Derby, RHP, San Diego State:  Outstanding 131/34 K/BB in 103 innings.
189) Royals: Cody Jones, OF, TCU: Switch-hitter with speed, hit .371 with 31 steals, 42 walks.
190) Tigers: Matt Hall, LHP, Missouri State:  Exceptional stats, high strikeout rate with so-so stuff.
191) Cardinals: Jacob Evans, LHP, Oklahoma:
192) Dodgers: Edwin Rios, 1B, Florida International; BIG power. hits left.
193) Orioles Jay Flaa, RHP, North Dakota State
194) Nationals: Matt Crownover, LHP, Clemson
195) Angels: David Fletcher, SS, Loyola Marymount: Good glove, contact hitter.

196) Diamondbacks: Francis Christy, C, Palomar JC: Power, good tools, hits left, raw.
197) Rockies: Brian Mundell, 1B, Cal State San Luis Obispo: Big first baseman with power.
198) Rangers: Dylan Moore, SS, Central Florida: Senior, solid pick in this round, has some pop.
199) Astros: Michael Freeman, LHP, Oklahoma State University: Exceptional command of mediocre stuff, 6-8 lefty.
200) Twins: Jovani Moran, LHP, Puerto Rico HS: Very young, projectable; Twins scout Puerto Rico extensively.
201) Red Sox: Ben Taylor, RHP, South Alabama: Successful senior reliever with high strikeout rate.
202) White Sox; Blake Hickman, RHP, Iowa: Athletic, rather raw but inexperienced, high ceiling, from Chicago.
203) Cubs: Craig Brooks, RHP, Catawba College: Senior
204) Phillies: Luke Leftwich, RHP, Wofford: Son of Phil, erratic but a very high strikeout rate
205) Reds: Jordan Ramsey, RHP, UNC Wilmington: Senior but throws hard, successful relief conversion.
206) Marlins: Travis Neubeck,RHP, Indian Hills CC
207) Padres: Trevor Megill, RHP, Loyola Marymount: 6-8, throws hard, Tommy John survivor
208) Rays: Jake Cronenworth, 2B, Michigan: hits left, also a prospect as a pitcher.
209) Mets: Corey Taylor, RHP, Texas Tech: Senior, another good college closer
210) Braves: Patrick Weigel, RHP, Houston: college arm who throws very hard but is inconsistent.
211) Brewers: George Iskenderian, INF, Miami-FL:  Impressive hitting track record with versatile glove
212) Blue Jays: Travis Bergen, LHP, Kennesaw State: Successful lefty with low-90s fastball, cutter
213) Yankees: Jhalan Jackson, OF, Florida Southern: Hit .417 with 20 homers, 15 more than anyone else on his team.
214) Indians: Nathan Lukes, OF, Sacramento State
215) Mariners: Ryan Uhl, 1B, Indiana University (Penn):  BIG slugger
216) Giants: Jose Vizcaino, JR, 3B, Santa Clara: Big guy with power, NOT like his dad, strong arm.
217) Pirates: Mitch Tolman, 3B, University of Oregon: contact hitter, good strike zone judgment.
218) Athletics: Kyle Friedrichs, RHP, Long Beach State: 23-year-old control artist
219) Royals: Gabriel Cancel, SS, Puerto Rico HS; athletic, position in questions as well as bat.
220) Tigers: Nick Shumpert, SS, Colorado HS: Bloodline, much higher buzz at one point, good tools, but is he signable?
221) Cardinals: Jesse Jenner, C, University of San Diego: Senior, contact bat.
222) Dodgers: Andrew Sopko, RHP, Gonzaga: Average stuff with decent results.
223) Orioles: Gray Fenter, RHP, Arkansas HS: Hard thrower, got lost in the shuffle a bit amidst deep prep arm class.
224) Nationals: Grant Borne,LHP, Nicholls State: Strike throwing lefty.
225) Angels: Hutton Moyer, 2B, Pepperdine: Son of Jamie, actually a power bat.