The Colorado Rockies selected Texas Tech Red Raiders right-handed pitcher Shane Broyles with its 14th round choice in the 2012 MLB Draft. Broyles is 6 feet 1 and worked as reliever for the Red Raiders.
While had made five starts this spring, Broyles appeared in 18 games as a reliever. He went 2-2 with a 4.42 ERA in 57 innings. He struck out 46 and walked 20 this spring.
The Colorado Rockies have one more pick remaining on Tuesday. Here is who has been selected so far:
|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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