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ST. LOUIS - The St. Louis Cardinals signed seven players today from the 2013 June First-Year player draft, announced Scouting Director Dan Kantrovitz.
The list includes pitcher Nick Petree (9th round, Missouri State), catcher Elier Gonzalez (14th round, Immaculate-LaSalle HS), pitcher Zach Loraine (21st round, Coker College), catcher Luke Voit (22nd round, Missouri State), first baseman Jake Stone (27th round, Tennessee Wesleyan), pitcher Nick Lomascolo (34th round, Catawba College) and outfielder Vaughn Bryan (35th round, St. Rita HS).
2013 FIRST-YEAR PLAYER DRAFT - SIGNEES
Player (overall pick) Pos. B-T Ht. Wt. School
Nick Petree (275) RHP R-R 6-1 195 Missouri State University
Elier Rodriguez (425) C S-R 6-2 210 Immaculata-LaSalle High School
Zach Loraine (635) RHP R-R 6-3 205 Coker College (SC)
Luke Voit (665) C R-R 6-3 225 Missouri State University
Jake Stone (815) 1B L-R 6-0 220 Tennessee Wesleyan University
BEST OF MAXIM
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Stats from June 11th vs Mets
- Michael Wacha is one of 10 1st round draft picks making a start tonight (9 in the National League)
- Wacha is the 3rd different Cardinals rookie to start against the Mets this year
CARDINALS ROOKIE STARTERS VS METS THIS SEASON
JOHN GAST SHELBY MILLER MICHAEL WACHA
DECISION WIN ND WIN
INNINGS 6.0 5.2 6.0
ER 4 0 ...
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