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From Complex To Queens, Episode 123: 2021 MLB Draft, Day Two

The team takes a look at the picks made in rounds two through ten.

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Welcome to From Complex to Queens, the Amazin’ Avenue podcast focusing on the Mets’ minor league system.

With their first round selection in the 2021 MLB Draft, the Mets selected Kumar Rocker, a right-handed pitcher out of Vanderbilt University.

On day two of the 2021 MLB Draft, the Mets made their selections from rounds two through ten. In round two, they selected Calvin Ziegler, a right-handed pitcher from the TNXL Academy. In round three, they selected Dominic Hamel, a right-handed pitcher from Dallas Baptist University. In round four, they selected JT Schwartz, a first baseman from UCLA. In round five, they selected Christian Scott, a right-handed pitcher from the University of Florida. In round six, they selected Carson Seymour, a right-handed pitcher from Kansas State University. In round seven, they selected Kevin Kendall, a shortstop from UCLA. In round eight, they selected Mike Vasil, a right-handed pitcher from the University of Virginia. In round nine, they selected Levi David, a right-handed pitcher from Northwestern State University. In round ten, they selected Keyshawn Askew, a left-handed pitcher from Clemson University.

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