Draft Day Selections - Day Two

Day one of the 2006 First-Year Player Draft is over. You can follow all of the selections made by the Toronto Blue Jays in day two of the draft right here. Rounds 19-50 will be featured here. Remember, our draft coverage will continue for several weeks with exclusive player features and interviews.

19th Round: C- Matthew Liuzza
Louisiana State University
Liuzza was originally selected in the 30th round of the 2005 draft by the Chicago Cubs. He was expected to be one of the top catchers going into his junior year but many believe he felt the draft pressure. Liuzza is considered to be a strong defensive catcher, with his defense ahead of his offense right now. Played much better during his senior season.

20th Round: SS- Jonathan Del Campo
Cibola High School, Arizona
Many scouts consider Del Campo the best shortstop in Arizona. Is expected to move over to third base in professional baseball. Del Campo is not considered a plus runner, but does have the arm to play third base. Del Campo does not have a strong committment to a four-year college.

21st Round: LHP Ronald Lowe
Saint Leo College

Lowe is a senior southpaw from Florida. He has a better pitchers body than a few earlier selections by Toronto. He went 8-3 with a 3.53 ERA this season. In high school he led his team to the state championship game as a senior.

22nd Round:LHP Bradley Mills
University of Arizona
Mills was expected to go within the first five rounds of this draft. He is a soft-tossing left-hander, that has worked hard to reach 90-91 MPH on his fastball. His changeup is considered a pitcher close to major league ready, but his command is below average.

23rd Round:CF Adam Calderone
Florida Southern
Calderone was selected as a senior center fielder for Florida Southern. He batted .361 this past season with 5 home runs and 41 runs batted in.

24th Round:RHP Keith Demorgandie
Orange Coast College (Ca)
Demorgandie is a junior right-handed pitcher out of California. At 6'2, 200 pounds he has a good pitchers body.

25th Round:SS Lui Fernandez
Miguel de Cervantes Saave, PR
Fernandez is not considered among the top players eligble for the draft from Puerto Rico. He has your prototypical shortstop body.

26th Round:CF- Christopher Emanuele
Northeastern University
Emanuele is another native Canadian. He is considered to be a good athlete and can player center field well. He has plus speed, and above average range in the outfield. His arm, however, is considered to be average. He is considered to be a line-drive, and gap-to-gap hitter, however, possesses enough power to mess with his head.

27th Round:RHP Patrick McGuigan
University of San Francisco
McGuigan is from Hawaii and went 12-3 with a 3.29 ERA this season. Was a closer prior to this season, but did make his majority of his appearances as a starter this year. He throws a low 80s fastball that he locates well, and features a plus-slider.

28th Round:RHP Zachary Dials
University of Kentucky
Diaz has a good repertoire with a 91-92 MPH fastball, that he keeps low in the zone, and an average slider in the low 80s. Command is an issue with Dials.

29th Round:OF Ryan Basham
Michigan State University
Considered to be a good senior sign and makes good contact from the left-hand side of the plate. Will probably move to left field in professional baseball.

30th Round:RHP Raul Barron
Pasadena CC, (CA)

31st Round RHP Adam Rogers
University of Evansville
Rogers has a strong pitchers body and a solid fastball that tops out at 91 MPH. Has a full four pitch repertoire. Went 7-4 with a 3.66 ERA this season. Has good command of all his pitches.

32nd Round RHP John Tritz
University of Texas San Antonio

33rd Round SS Gregory Lopez
Notre Dame University

34th RoundRHP Graham Godfrey
College of Charleston

35th RoundLHP John Zinnicker
St. Bonaventure University

36th RoundCF Domonique Rodgers
Sacramento CC

37th RoundBenjamin Zeskind
University of Richmond

38th Round1B Kevin Denis-Fortier
Crowder College

39th Round RHP Luke Tucker
Florida State University

40th Round RHP Ted Serro
Franklin & Marshall College

41st Round C Roger Ebarb
Lamar University

42nd Round2B Justin Figueroa
Lincoln HS
Twin brother of Stephen Figueroa

43rd Round RHP Nate Melek
University of New Mexico

44th Round 3B Kelly Sweppenhiser
Virginia Military Instit.

45th RoundLHP Lee Verweel
Malvern Collegiate Instit.

46th RoundMace Thurman
McLennan CC (TX)

47th Round Wilberto Morales
Arizona Western College

48th RoundJonathan Fernadez
American Heritage School, HS, FL

49th Round RHP Kyle Cuthbertson
Midland College

50th Round LF Baron Frost
U. of Southern California


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