MLB draft Day 2 highlights
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The second day of the 2012 draft consisted of more than 400 selections. There were surprised on both sides -- some due to players being taken off the board higher than expected, some because big names continued to fall.
The top names off the board in the early going of Day 2 included the Houston Astros adding to their haul from Monday -- shortstop Carlos Correa and right-hander Lance McCullers, Jr. -- by selecting Florida shortstop Nolan Fontana in the second round and then taking a flier on two players considered to be tough signs.
Rio Ruiz, a USC commit, was the Astros' fourth-round pick but may require Day 1 money to skip college. He missed most of the season after needing a procedure to repair a blood clot, but he is a two-way prospect on the mound and at the plate, though most scouts see him as a bat.
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