2023 MLB Draft
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Rogers: Texas A&M's program in a good spot following draft, new hires
11 mo ago by Nick Savage
It was a big week for Jim Schlossnagle & Co. with changes to the coaching staff and a handful of Aggies getting selected in the 2023 MLB Draft. With a busy few days in the rearview, D1Baseball's Kendall Rogers joined TexAgs Radio to discuss the state of Texas A&M baseball.
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Press Conference: Schlossnagle details latest additions to his staff
11 mo ago by TexAgs
Texas A&M head baseball coach Jim Schlossnagle has made some changes to his staff, elevating Nolan Cain and Michael Earley as well as hiring Max Weiner as the Aggies' new pitching coach. On Wednesday, Schlossnagle, Weiner and Cain spoke to the media.
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Boston selects Texas A&M outfielder Stanley Tucker in the 19th round
11 mo ago by Richard Zane
On Tuesday afternoon, A&M outfielder Stanley Tucker was picked up by the Boston Red Sox as the 568th pick in the 19th round of the 2023 MLB Draft. Spending only one year in College Station, Tucker batted .273 with two doubles and eight runs scored this past season.
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LHP Will Johnston taken in the 13th round by the Oakland Athletics
11 mo ago by Richard Zane
Left-handed pitcher Will Johnston is headed to Oakland after being chosen by the Athletics as the 376th overall pick in the 13th round of the 2023 MLB Draft. In four seasons with the Aggies, Johnston put together a 6-4 record in 98.1 innings in 66 appearances.
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Mariners select LHP Brandyn Garcia 337th overall in the 2023 MLB Draft
11 mo ago by Richard Zane
After one season in Aggieland, LHP Brandyn Garcia s is headed to the MLB after being selected by the Seattle Mariners in the 11th round, 337th overall in the 2023 draft. Garcia is the fifth Aggie headed to the pros this year.
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Cincinnati Reds choose Jack Moss in the 11th round, 318th overall
11 mo ago by Richard Zane
Following two seasons in Maroon & White, first baseman Jack Moss is now on his way to the big leagues as the 318th overall pick by the Reds in the 2023 MLB Draft. Posting a .352 average over a three-year career, Moss is now the fourth Aggie to hear his name called.
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Royals select Trevor Werner in the seventh round of the 2023 MLB Draft
11 mo ago by Richard Zane
The Kansas City Royals selected Texas A&M infielder Trevor Werner in the seventh round with the 199th overall pick. After four seasons in Aggieland, Werner is expected to depart for the professional ranks as a prospect with tremendous upside at the next level.
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RHP Nathan Dettmer selected in the fifth round by the Oakland A's
11 mo ago by Richard Zane
With the 139th overall pick in the 2023 MLB Draft, the Oakland Athletics selected Texas A&M's Nathan Dettmer. In three seasons wearing Maroon & White, Dettmer recorded 196 strikeouts in 220.1 innings while earning SEC Pitcher of the Week twice in 2022.
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Shortstop Hunter Haas selected in fourth round by the Tampa Bay Rays
11 mo ago by Richard Zane
Wrapping up his three-year collegiate career with a noteworthy season in College Station, shortstop Hunter Haas was selected by the Tampa Bay Rays in the 2023 MLB Draft. Haas is the first Aggie to hear his name called in the 2023 draft.
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MLB Draft LIVE: Updates, discussion & notes from the 2023 Draft
11 mo ago by Richard Zane
A number of Texas A&M hopefuls are waiting to hear their names called as they turn their professional baseball dreams into reality. Follow along throughout the weekend and join the conversation in our running thread as the Aggies come off the board.
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Previewing the Texas A&M storylines ahead of the 2023 MLB Draft
11 mo ago by TexAgs
The MLB Draft begins on Sunday evening in Seattle, and there are plenty of A&M storylines to keep an eye on, whether it be current players or high school signees. With Pittsburgh on the clock, Richard Zane and Ryan Brauninger get you set for the 20-round selection process.
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Right-hander Nathan Dettmer is preparing for the 2023 MLB Draft
1 yr ago by Ali Russell
After seeing the season end in the Stanford Regional, right-handed pitcher Nathan Dettmer has turned his attention to his draft opportunities. In an exclusive one-on-one, Dettmer looked back on an up-and-down campaign, spoke about his MLB Combine experience and more.
 
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