Note: Check back here throughout the day Tuesday for the latest on Phillies draft picks. Rounds 3-10 began at 1 p.m.
Round 3, pick 91
The Phillies got things started on Day 2 of the MLB draft by selecting high school shortstop Jamari Baylor with their third-round pick, 91st overall.
Baylor comes from Benedictine College Preparatory School in Richmond, Virginia. He is a right-handed hitter with speed, athleticism, a strong arm and developing power who has risen recently on draft boards.
Over the last 20 years, the only player drafted 91st overall who made any sort of impact in the majors is current Padre Wil Myers.
The Phillies took UNLV shortstop Bryson Stott 14th overall on Monday night. They did not have a second-round pick, forfeiting it to sign Bryce Harper.
Round 4, pick 120
In the fourth round, the Phillies took 6-foot-5 Stanford left-hander Erik Miller.
Miller throws a fastball, slider and changeup and his heater can reach to the mid-to-high-90s. His velocity increased during his three seasons as a starter at Stanford. As with most young pitchers, his command and the effectiveness of his secondary stuff will help determine whether his future is as a starter or reliever.
The only fourth-round pick by the Phillies over the last decade who has made the majors is Cody Asche.
Round 5, pick 150
The Phillies selected right-handed pitcher Gunner Mayer from San Joaquin Delta College in California.
Mayer is 6-foot-6, 190 pounds, a lanky righty, who sits in the 90-94 range. His curveball is viewed as an above-average pitch and he also throws a slider.
Mayer is a former infielder who’s somewhat new to pitching. This is an upside pick. He was a Texas Tech commit.
Round 6, pick 180
The Phillies took Andrew Schultz, a right-handed relief prospect with an upper-90s fastball that has hit triple digits and a breaking ball. He’ll be an exciting prospect to monitor if he can harness his stuff and put the “wild” label behind him.
Round 7, pick 210
Four pitchers in a row for the Phillies, who went with Minnesota right-hander Brett Schulze in the seventh round.
Schulze was converted into a reliever as a sophomore at Minnesota and has seen his velocity increase to the mid-90s with some 97-98 mixed in. His curveball is not yet viewed as a plus pitch but the velocity could play.
Round 8, pick 240
The Phillies went with Nate Fassnacht, a middle infielder from George Washington University and native of Ephrata, Pa.
Fassnacht was the Atlantic 10 Player of the Year. He hit .372 with 11 home runs, 60 RBI and a 1.108 OPS.
Round 9, pick 270 — 1B Rudy Rott (Ohio University)
Round 10, pick 300 — 3B McCarthy Tatum (Fresno State)
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