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Brewers Make Nine Selections on Second Day of 2021 First-Year Player Draft

First-Year Player Draft Concludes Tomorrow With Rounds 11-20 on MLB.com

By - Jul 12th, 2021 06:03 pm

MILWAUKEE – The Milwaukee Brewers made nine picks on the second day of the 2021 First-Year Player Draft, including selecting left-handed pitcher Russell Smith from Texas Christian University with the 51st overall pick and Oak Creek-native and University of Louisville third baseman Alex Binelas with the 86th overall selection.

The announcements were made by Vice President of Domestic Scouting Tod Johnson.

A full list of Brewers draft picks can be found here, while bio information and notes on each selection can be found here.

Rounds 11-20 of the First-Year Player Draft will be held Tuesday, July 13 starting at 11 a.m. CT on MLB.com.

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