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MLB Draft Results: Rangers Take Four Right-Handed Pitchers In Late Rounds

The Texas Rangers continued to address their bullpen on Day 2 of the 2012 MLB Draft, selecting four consecutive right handed pitchers in the later rounds.

With the 246th overall pick, Texas selected Oral Roberts second baseman Cameron Schiller, then selected four consecutive pitchers - Fresno State's Kendall Cody (276th overall), Liberty University's John Niggli (306th), Souther Polytechnic State's Joseph Shiver (336th) and McClean Community College's Eric Brooks (366th).

The Rangers have now drafted a total of six pitchers through 14 picks, the highest being 6-foot-4, 187 lb. high school prospect Colin Wiles from Kansas.

You can click here to watch live streaming coverage of Day 2 of the 2012 MLB Draft at MLB.com.

Read more about the Texas Rangers at Lone Star Ball and head over to Baseball Nationfor additional news, notes and analysis around Major League Baseball. Check out Minor League Ball to see how some of these prospects develop in their quest to the major leagues.

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