The second day of the 2011 MLB Draft is well underway, as we are already in the 14th round as we speak. After a successful first day in which the Nationals ended up with third baseman Anthony Rendos at No. 6, pitcher Alex Meyer at No. 23 and outfielder Brian Goodwin at No. 34.
On Tuesday, the Nationals have loaded up on college pitchers, drafting eight already. Here are the players the Nationals have taken thus far on Monday:
No. 96: Matt Purke, a left-handed pitcher from TCU.
No. 127: Kylin Turnbull, a left-handed pitcher from Santa Barbara Community College
No. 157: Matt Skole, a third baseman from Georgia Tech
No. 187: David Hill, a right-handed pitcher from Vanderbilt
No. 217: Brian Dupra, a right-handed pitcher from Notre Dame
No. 247: Gregory Holt, a right-handed pitcher from South Carolina
No. 277: Dixon Anderson, a right-handed pitcher from California
No. 307: Manny Rodriguez, a right-handed pitcher from Barry University
No. 337: Caleb Ramsey, an outfielder from the University of Houston
No. 367: Blake Monar, a right-handed pitcher from Indiana
No. 397: Casey Kalenkosky, a first baseman from Texas State
No. 427: Roland Stubbs, a left fielder from Walters State Community College
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