Lewis-Clark State senior ace Connor Brogdon was the first Warrior to be drafted in this year’s Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft.
The 6-foot-6 inch right-handed pitcher from Madera Ranchos, California was selected by Philadelphia in the 10th Round and 293rd overall.
Brogdon went 8-and-1 this past season with a 2.91 ERA and led the team in innings pitched with 80.1 and strikeouts with 99. He picked up two wins in the NAIA World Series as LC won its third straight national title and record 19th overall. Brogdon becomes the 132nd Lewis-Clark State player to be drafted by Major League Baseball.
The draft concludes with rounds 11 through 40 Wednesday. (KOZE Sports)