Here is who the Tigers selected on Day 2 of the MLB Draft

Detroit News

The Detroit Tigers took their first pitcher with their first pick Monday of Day 2 of the MLB Draft.

The Tigers selected Paul Wilson, a left-hander out of Lakeridge High School in Oregon, in the third round, No. 76 overall.

Wilson, a 6-foot-3, 205-pounder, is the first pitcher selected by the Tigers, who on Sunday night made outfielder Max Clark their top pick (No. 3 overall), and added prep shortstop Kevin McGonigle and Nebraska second baseman Max Anderson at Nos. 37 and 45, respectively.

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The Tigers went back to hitting in Round 4, selecting Carson Rucker, a 6-foot-2, 195-pound third baseman from Madison (Tennessee) Goodpasture Christian with the No. 107 pick.

Here’s a look at the rest of the Tigers draft picks from Day 2:

▶ Round 5 (No. 143): Jaden Hamm, RHP, Middle Tennessee State

▶ Round 6 (170): Bennett Lee, C, Wake Forest

▶ Round 7 (200): John Peck, SS, Pepperdine

▶ Round 8 (230): Jatnk Diaz, RHP Hazelton Area HS (Pennsylvania)

▶ Round 9 (260): Hayden Minton, RHP, Missouri State

▶ Round 10 (290): Andrew Sears, LHP, Connecticut

This is a developing story. Check back for more updates.

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