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Mets selections: Day 2 of the MLB Draft

By Danny Abriano

After selecting outfielder Michael Conforto with the first round pick (10th overall), the Mets were back at it again in Day 2 of the 2014 MLB Draft on Friday. Below are all the selections the Mets made during Day 2…

Round 10 (295th overall):

Mets select Kelly Secrest, LHP, UNC Wilmington

DOB: 09/13/1991

Round 9 (265th overall):

Mets select Michael Katz, 1B/OF, William and Mary

DOB: 08/06/1992

According to Jonathan Mayo, Katz has a very good bat – ability to hit for both average and power. Will likely be limited to first base.

Round 8 (235th overall):

Mets select Dash Winningham, 1B, Trinity Catholic HS

DOB: 10/11/1995

According to the panel, Winningham is a physically developed LHH with plus power potential.

Round 7 (205th overall):

Mets select Brad Wieck, LHP, Oklahoma City University

DOB: 10/14/1991

Wieck is enormous, listed at 6’9″, 240 pounds.

Round 6 (175th overall):

Mets select Tyler Moore, C, LSU

DOB: 08/08/1992

Round 5 (145th overall):

Mets select Josh Prevost, RHP, Seton Hall

DOB: 01/15/1992

On Prevost, Jonathan Mayo said:

"Just a beast, throws downhill, fastball/slider, good command…definitely a starter…a guy who really, really knows how to pitch."

 Round 4 (115th overall):

March 8, 2013; Lakeland, FL, USA; New York Mets glove and hat lay in the dugout against the Detroit Tigers at Joker Marchant Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Round 4 (115th overall):

Mets select Eudor Garcia-Pacheco, 3B, El Paso Community College

DOB: 05/17/1994

On Garcia-Pacheco, the panel said he would likely need to move to first base. Has a plus bat.

Round 3 (84th overall):

Mets select Milton Ramos, SS, American Heritage HS

DOB 10/26/1995

On Ramos, Jonathan Mayo said:

"I’ve had people tell me he could play defense in the big leagues now…how much he hits, that will determine what kind of player he is."

Ramos was ranked 48th in the Baseball America top 500. Hat-tip to @PSLToFlushing