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NCAA Baseball: Six Baylor Bears Selected in 2010 First-Year Player Draft

Published by on June 10, 2010

Three days of Major League Baseball Draft picks—or 50 rounds—resulted in the selection of six Baylor Bears with the possibility of landing a future job in America’s Pastime.

Below is a list of the former green and gold-donning baseball players who will be heading to MLB farm systems nationwide, with the hopes and dreams of climbing the minor league ladder and making the jump to the majors.

Along with where they were selected in the 2010 First-Year Player Draft, a brief synopsis will also be included with some of their key stats at Baylor University—as they aim to take the next step into the next level…


San Francisco Giants, No. 438—Raynor Campbell, IF, Senior

Infielder Raynor Campbell was selected by the San Francisco Giants with pick No. 438 in the 2010 First-Year Player Draft.

Campbell, who was a 2009 MLB Draft Pick with the Cleveland Indians (31st round), returned to Baylor for his senior season en route to a 36-24 overall record.

In 2010 with the Baylor Bears, Campbell held a .335 batting average with 15 doubles, seven home runs, and 41 runs batted in.

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