Twins selected 40 total – 19 pitchers and 21 position players in 2014 Draft
Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN – The Minnesota Twins announced today that they have selected 30 additional players on the final day of the 2014 First-Year Player Draft to bring their three-day total to 40 players. In all, the Twins drafted 19 pitchers, including 16 collegiate arms, and 21 position players in the three days of the draft. Of the 21 position players, six are catchers, 10 are infielders and five are outfielders.
Among the players the Twins selected was University of Maryland SS Blake Schmit. Schmit was selected in the 26th round (770th overall), joining Jake Stinnett (2nd round-Chicago Cubs) as Terps to be drafted. Schmit bats right-handed and is hitting .312 with a home run and 17 doubles for the Terrapins.