With the No. 261 selection in the MLB Draft, the Chicago White Sox have selected reliever RHP Zach Isler out of the University of Cincinnati in Ohio. Isler played three seasons with Cincinnati, pitching 136 and 1/3 innings with the school, sporting a 3.96 ERA and a 99 strikeouts and 46 walks. In his final season, Isler threw 55 innings of 2.78 ERA ball.
Here is a look at the White Sox selections thus far in the 2012 MLB Draft:
- OF Courtney Hawkins (No. 13 overall)
- 1B Keon Barnum (No. 48)
- RHP Chris Beck (No. 76)
- 2B Joey DeMichele (No. 108)
- RHP Brandon Brennan (No. 141)
- SS Nicholas Basto (No. 171)
- RHP Kyle Hansen (No. 201)
- C Jose Barraza (No. 231)
- RHP Zachary Isler (No. 261)
The White Sox are next on the clock at pick No. 291. If you want to follow along, check it out live on MLB.com.
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