Some wondered whether the Twins would take the top high school player in the state of Minnesota in this year's draft. Instead, the Cleveland Indians selected Rochester Century right-hander Mitch Brown in Tuesday's second round with the No. 79 overall pick.
Brown is committed to play college baseball at the University of San Diego and now must make a decision whether to go pro or play at USD.
"I'm still not decided on anything like that," Brown told FOX Sports North before the draft. "Obviously a college education is really valuable and it is important to my family and I. But if the circumstances are right, we will consider a pro contract. I actually have no idea what I'll be doing."
The Twins passed up Brown in Tuesday's second round, where they had the No. 63 and No. 72 picks. They instead took a pair of college pitchers.
Baseball America ranked the 6-foot-2, 205-pound Brown as the No. 44 prospect for this year's draft, including high school and college players. He was easily t...