Oakland Athletics draft pick Daulton Jefferies has history with Billy Beane

OAKLAND, Calif. -- In our second of three videos, Oakland Athletics' draft pick Daulton Jefferies breaks down his shoulder injury, his history with Billy Beane and his draft day experience.

OAKLAND, Calif. -- No. 37 overall pick Daulton Jefferies breaks down the injury that sidelined him for two months of his junior season at California, and recalls meeting former Oakland Athletics general manager and current Executive Vice President of Baseball Operations Billy Beane at a Midland Rockhounds game when he was seven -- shortly after having his face crushed by an errant metal bat.

Midland, Tex., as luck would have it, is where Jefferies' mother, Lisa, hails from, as well as her side of the family. If Jefferies makes the big leagues with the A's, he said, his mother will be "the loudest one in the stands, which is saying a lot."

Jefferies talks about his draft day experience, and what he expects to get done while on rehab in Arizona.

More Jefferies:

No. 37 Pick Jefferies Talks Sonny Gray With Athletics Media

MLB Draft Scouting Report: Daulton Jefferies


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