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A Look At Day 2 Of The Oakland A's 2008 Draft

Harvard's Haviland went to the A's in the 33rd.

On Day One of the 2008 MLB draft, the Oakland A's selected six players, five of which were from four-year colleges and the sixth from a junior college. On Day Two, the A's were more varied with their picks, taking players from high school, junior college and four-year schools. We take a look at the second day of the A's draft inside…

Vital Stats For Round Two On Day One of the draft, the Oakland A's selected five college juniors and one junior college player. Below is the break-down for the A's 44 Day Two picks. College Juniors – 13 College Seniors – 9 College Draft-Eligible Sophomores – 1 Junior College – 6 High School – 15 Full List of Oakland A's Second-Day Draft Picks 7 Brett Hunter, RHP Jr. Pepperdine / Moorpark, CA...

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