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2018 MLB Draft Picks

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Here are the results of the MLB draft 2018:

St. Louis Cardinals

19. 3B Nolan Gorman, O'Connor HS (AZ)

43. RHP Griffin Roberts, Wake Forest (NC)

75. 1B Luken Baker, TCU (TX)

95. SS Mateo Gil, Timber Creek HS (TX)

123. LHP Steven Gingery, Texas Tech (TX)

153. 2B Nick Dunn, Maryland (MD)

183. RHS Edgar Gonzalez, Fresno State (CA)

213. OF Brandan Donovan, University of South Alabama (AL)

243. LF Lars Nootbaar, USC (CA)

273. C Matthew Duce, Dallas Baptist (TX)

303. 1B Kevin Woodall Jr., Coastal Carolina University (SC)

Kansas City Royals

18. RHP Brady Singer Florida (FL)

33. RHP Jackson Kowar, Florida (FL)

34. LHP Daniel Lynch, Virginia (VA)

40. LHP Kris Bubic, Stanford (CA)

59. RHP Jonathan Bowlan, Memphis (TN)

94. CF Kyle Isbel, UNLV (NV)

122. CF Eric Cole, Arkansas (AR)

152. LHP Austin Cox, Mercer (GA)

182. RHP Zach Haake, Kentucky (KY)

212. RHP Tyler Gray, Central Arkansas (AR)

242. LF Jackson, Lueck, Florida State (FL)

272. CF Kevon Jackson, Queen Creek HS (AZ)

302. LHP Austin Lambright University of Central Oklahoma (OK)

Chicago Cubs 

24. SS Nico Hoerner, Stanford (CA)

62. OF Brennen Davis, Basha HS (AZ)

77. OF Cole Roederer, Hart HS (CA)

78. RHP Paul Richan, University of San Diego (CA)

98. CF Jimmy Herron, Duke (NC)

128. RHR Ethan Roberts, Tenn. Tech (TN)

158. 2B Andy Weber, Virginia (VA)

188. RHP Kohl Franklin, Broken Arrow Sr. HS (OK)

218. CF D.J. Artis, Liberty University (VA)

248. RHS Zach Mort George Mason University (VA)

278. RHP Derek Casey, Virginia (VA)

308. 3B Luke Reynolds, University of Southern Mississippi (MS)

Chicago White Sox

4. SS Nick Madrigal, Oregon State (OR)

46. OF Steele Walker, Oklahoma (OK)

81. LHP Konnor Pilkington, Mississippi (MS)

108. SS Lency Delgado, Doral Academy (FL)

138. RHS Jonathan Stiever, Indiana U (IN)

168. RHP Codi Heuer, Wichita State (KS)

198. OF Cabera Weaver, South Gwinnett HS (GA)

228. LHP Andrew Perez, South Florida (FL)

258. C Gunnar Troutwine, Wichita State (KS)

288. LHP Bennett Sousa, Virginia (VA)

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