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Posted June 16, 2017

It was also learned during the draft that 2016 undrafted senior Kyle Von Ruden will get an opportunity in the Major League Baseball.

Ryan was the first Rainbow Warrior to come off the board in the draft, going to the Chicago Cubs with the 30th pick in the 18th round (555th overall).

As the day progressed, more Wolverines were selected. The year before, Hall and the coaching staff saw catcher Tyler Stephenson get selected seventh overall by the Reds. Blash, a first baseman, enjoyed a huge spring season with a.316 average and eight home runs in 59 games, and was a 2nd Team Region 1 selection. The unanimous First Team All-Ivy honoree went 7-2 with a 3.15 ERA as the Quaker ace this season, reaching the 20 career win plateau to rank third on Penn's all-time list. The multi-tooled Hayes was drafted as a pitcher after serving as the Commodores' closer last season and registering seven saves. He was also a West Division All-Star after appearing in 16 games with two starts and pitching to a 3-1 record with a 1.84 ERA and 21 strikeouts across 29.1 innings.

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Left-handed pitcher Dylan Cyphert, a junior college signee from Gulf Coast Community College, was the first to be chosen on Wednesday.

LHP Karl Cragie (SR) 34 RoundKargie was drafted in the 34 round (#1019 overall) by the Miami Marlins. He did most of his damage down the stretch, hitting.377 and slugging.508 with a.479 on-base percentage in League play. The Roselle, Ill., product headlined the Bears rotation for four seasons and earned Second Team All-Ivy honors as a senior. "While Nelson and Lescher have the option to sign or return, Cousins and Bleday, as seniors, will sign professional contracts and soon begin their journeys toward the major leagues".