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Heartland players get picked on day three of MLB Draft

A number of Heartland baseball players were selected on day three of the Major League draft.

Anna-Jonesboro Outfielder Cody Livesay was picked in the 42nd round by the Atlanta Braves.

Southern Illinois 1st Baseman Chris Serritella was picked in the 31st round by Kansas City.

South Pemiscot graduate and Florida International player Jeremy Patton was picked in round 38 by the St. Louis Cardinals.

UT Martin Infielder and Outfielder Trey Karlen was drafted in the 33rd round by Washington and Harrisburg High School catcher Keelin Rasch went in round 42 to Atlanta.

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