2012 MLB Draft Results: Cubs Add Plenty Of Pitching On Day 2

With 15 rounds of the 2012 MLB Draft complete, the Chicago Cubs have made 17 picks and added a bunch of pitching prospects along the way. At one point, in fact, the Cubs took a pitcher with seven consecutive selections.

The MLB Draft will conclude on Wednesday with rounds 16-40.

Related: Cubs 2012 MLB Draft stream.

Here's a list of all of the Cubs' picks through the first 15 rounds:

  1. OF Albert Almora (No. 6 overall)
  2. RHP Pierce Johnson (No. 43)
  3. RHP Paul Blackburn (No. 56)
  4. RHP Duane Underwood (No. 67)
  5. RHP Ryan McNeil (No. 101)
  6. RHP Josh Conway (No. 134)
  7. LHP Anthony Prieto (No. 164)
  8. RHP Trey Lang (No. 194)
  9. 3B Stephen Bruno (No. 224)
  10. LHP Michael Heesch (No. 254)
  11. C Chadd Krist (No. 284)
  12. RHP Chad Martin (No. 314)
  13. CF Rashad Crawford (No. 344)
  14. RHP Justin Amlung (No. 374)
  15. OF Bijan Rademacher (No. 404)
  16. RHP Corbin Hoffner (No. 434)
  17. C Carlos Escobar (No. 464)

For updates, stay tuned to SB Nation Chicago. For more in-depth coverage, head over to Cubs blog Bleed Cubbie Blue. For more comprehensive MLB prospect and draft coverage, visit Minor League Ball. And for more news and notes from around the league, check out Baseball Nation.

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