The Colorado Rockies selected another relief pitcher on Tuesday in the 2012 MLB Draft. In the 15th and final round of Day 2, the Rockies took Connecticut Huskies right-handed pitcher Scott Oberg with the 468th overall pick.
Oberg was 5-0 in 22 relief appearances and finished the season with a 0.99 ERA. He had nine saves and struck out 36 batters in 36.1 innings.
The Rockies resume drafting on Wednesday with Round 16-40. Here are the players the Rockies have already drafted:
|1||10||David Dahl||OF||Oak Mountain HS, Birmingham|
|2||73||Max White||OF||Williston (Fla.) HS|
|3s||128||Ryan Warner||RHP||Pine Creek HS, Colorado Springs|
|5||168||Matt Wessinger||SS||St. John's|
|6||198||Matt Crasiti||RHP||St. John's|
|7||228||Wilfredo Rodriguez||C||Puerto Rico Baseball Academy, Gurabo, P.R.|
|8||258||Derek Jones||OF||Washington State|
|9||288||Zach Jemiola||RHP||Great Oak HS, Temecula, Calif.|
|10||318||Ben Waldrip||1B||Jacksonville State|
|12||378||Correlle Prime||1B||Manatee (Fla.) HS|
|13||408||Kyle Von Tungeln||CF||TCU|
|14||438||Shane Broyles||RHP||Texas Tech|
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