#ACCBASE in the 2015 #MLBDraft: Sixteen Players Drafted on Day Two

Pushes ACC Two-Day Total to 22

#ACCBASE in #MLBDraft Page | Day One Release 

GREENSBORO, N.C. - Sixteen ACC players were selected on Tuesday in the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft. With the 16 taken on Tuesday in rounds 3-10, 22 players have now been drafted in the first two days.

Eight different ACC programs have had at least one player drafted, led by Clemson, North Carolina, and Virginia with four apiece. Florida State and Miami both have had three players selected.

The ACC has had at least 40 players drafted nine straight years, including 50 or more in eight of the past nine. The league record stands at 65, set last year.

The 2015 MLB Draft will conclude on Wednesday with rounds 11-40  starting at noon. 

#ACCBASE in 2015 #MLBDraft - selections through Round 10

1, 25, D.J. Stewart, Florida State, JR, OF, Baltimore Orioles
1, 31, Chris Shaw, Boston College, JR, 1B, San Francisco Giants
1, 35, Kyle Funkhouser, Louisville, JR, RHP, Los Angeles Dodgers
CB A, 40, Nathan Kirby, Virginia, JR, LHP, Milwaukee Brewers
2, 61, Andrew Suarez, Miami, SR, LHP, San Francisco Giants
CB B, 74, Josh Sborz, Virginia, JR, RHP, Los Angeles Dodgers
3, 78, Michael Matuella, Duke, JR, RHP, Texas Rangers
4, 112, Zack Erwin, Clemson, JR, LHP, Chicago White Sox
4, 119, David Thompson, Miami, JR, 3B, New York Mets
4, 124, Tyler Krieger, Clemson, JR, SS, Cleveland Indians
4, 128, Skye Bolt, North Carolina, JR, CF, Oakland A's
5, 139, Trent Thornton, North Carolina, JR, RHP, Houston Astros
5, 148, Joe McCarthy, Virginia, JR, RF, Tampa Bay Rays
5, 157, Brandon Waddell, Virginia, JR, LHP, Pittsburgh Pirates
6, 178, Benton Moss, North Carolina, SR, RHP, Tampa Bay Rays
6, 186, Steven Duggar, Clemson, JR, CF, San Francisco Giants
6, 194, Matt Crownover, Clemson, JR, LHP, Washington Nationals
7, 211, George Iskenderian, Miami, JR, 3B, Milwaukee Brewers
9, 265, Sarkis Ohanian, Duke, SR, RHP, Cincinnati Reds
9, 266, Reilly Hovis, North Carolina, JR, RHP, Miami Marlins
9, 268, Danny De la Calle, Florida State, SR, C, Tampa Bay Rays
10, 304, William Strode, Florida State, SR, LHP, Cleveland Indians