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The Athletic: How three years at Texas A&M turned Asa Lacy into a top draft pick

June 14, 2020
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There have been 11* first-round picks in the history of the Texas A&M baseball program. How fitting, then, that the Aggies’ 12th Man should go higher than any of his predecessors. When the Kansas City Royals made Asa Lacy the No. 4 player drafted on Wednesday, the left-handed pitcher surpassed Jeff Granger — taken fifth overall by the Royals in the 1993 draft — for the highest draft position in team history.

While the numbers and scouting reports suggested an early pick for Lacy on Wednesday, the left-handed pitcher maintained that he had not been given any assurances as to which team would be taking him.

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