First baseman Bobby Bradley highlights Indians' selections on Day 2 of MLB Draft

Record-Courier staff report Published:

Record-Courier staff report

The Cleveland Indians selected six more players in the MLB Draft on Friday, led by third-round pick Bobby Bradley, a first baseman from Harrison Central High School in Mississippi with the 97th overall selection.

Bradley was projected to be a possible first-rounder, but he is committed to play college baseball at LSU next fall and may have fallen due to signability concerns.

The Tribe's other five selections on Friday were: 6-foot-6, 240-pound southpaw Sam Hentges out of Mounds View High School in Minnesota (4th round); right-handed pitcher Julian Merryweather out of Oklahoma Baptist University (5th round); speedy centerfielder Greg Allen of San Diego State (6th round); catcher Simeon Lucas of Grant Community High School in Illinois (7th round,); and 6-foot-7 right-handed pitcher Micah Miniard from Kentucky's Boyle County High School (8th round).

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