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Brian Barry went first in the Orange & Black World Series Draft.
Brian Barry went first in the Orange & Black World Series Draft.
Baseball - Mon, Oct. 21, 2013

The draft is finished and trade deadline has past. Tiger baseball team is ready for its fall conclusion in the Orange & Black World Series.

It is a best of three series that begins Tuesday evening on the Robert N. Wilson field. Game 2 is Thursday with an if necessary set for Friday.

"It is a fun way to cap off the fall season," said GC coach Micah Baumfeld. "The guys have put in a lot of hard work over the past several weeks and this is a chance to play a series of games against each other. We held our draft this past Thursday. The guys loved it and showed up dressed up for the occasion."

Assistant coach Josh Franklin will manage the black squad, while assistant coach Randy Guite is at the helm of the Orange team. Guite got the first pick in the recent draft and selected Brian Barry.

The two coaches went back and forth through 20 rounds and then finished the final 10 rounds at a later date. Until midnight Sunday both coaches had opportunities to propose and accept trades. Here is how the final squads shook out.

ORANGE

Brian Barry, Rick Reyes, Steven Mancilla, Beau Bowen, Shaun Meyer, Edwin Santiago, David Higuera, Armando Lomeli, Vinny Sherman, Ryan Rodriguez, Adam Levine, David Aispuro, Brett Smith, Jorge Manzo, Leonard De LaRosa, Jamaal Moore, Jordan Nekola, Rob Franzen, Zach Turpin, George Gonzalez, Tyler Boggs, Patrick Zazzaro, Dylan Staples, Garret Combs, Zach Brisker and Alex Hricenak.

BLACK

Martin Lemus, Duran Elmore, Tyler Arthur, Craig Ramsey, Michael Encinas, Trey Gross, Tanner Unkel, Clay Young, Adrian Franco, Javier Saenz, DJ Collins, Will Warman, Corey Bays, Clay Hall, Sam Burton, Boo Crabtree, Braxton Fields, Zach Herrin, Trent Martin, Clay Branham, Tyler Zander, Joey Holmes, Adam Heming, Blake Schumann and Casey Tiller.

 
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