Found June 05, 2012 on Reds Minor Leagues:
For information on our other picks, check out the links below: 1st Rounder  RHP Nick Travieso (HS Florida) Supplemental 1st Rounder (#49) OF Jesse Winker (HS California) Supplemental 1st Rounder (#57) OF Jeff Gelalich (UCLA) I will be updating this post with information for each of the players throughout the day, then creating a new post for the players who are drafted in Rounds 9-16 later.
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