A look at picks 33-38
Updated: June 9, 2009, 9:17 PM ETBy Jason Churchill
You can find the entire 2009 MLB draft pick-by-pick selections here. Ed.'s note: Keith Law is appearing on the 9 p.m. "SportsCenter Special" regarding the MLB Draft. His thoughts on the first round and sandwich picks will be available on ESPN.com's MLB page later on Tuesday night. Jason Churchill: James Paxton is finally taken off the board by Toronto at No. 37 -- a projectable left-hander with plus velocity and curveball. His price tag was high, and he didn't put up a great ERA, leading to his fall to the sandwich round. Matt Davidson fell, but no word on why. I didn't hear any signability concerns with him and he was considered one of, if not the best prep bat in the class. Rex Brothers is a great fit for Colorado, which adds the lefty to Matzek and Wheeler -- the Rockies are having a great draft. You will be able to find continued analysis and expectations for each team's selections in the MLB draft by going to the MLB Draft Blog and ESPN.com's MLB page for the rest of the week.
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