The Milwaukee Brewers added 29 more players during the second day of the First-Year Player Draft on Tuesday.
Pitching was the main theme early on. The Brewers picked 4 pitchers in rounds 2 through 7, led by RHP Jorge Lopez out of Caguas Military Academy in Puerto Rico with their second round selection (70th overall). Lopez was ranked the top prospect in Puerto Rico according to Baseball America and the 39th-best prospect overall in the 2011 MLB Draft by the publication.
The Brewers selected RHP David Lucroy, the younger brother of Brewers catcher Jonathan Lucroy. David Lucroy graduated from Umatilla (FL) High School and has committed to play baseball at East Carolina University.
In the 30th round, the Brewers selected Trent Boras, a high school third baseman out of California. Trent Boras is the son of sports agent Scott Boras.
Overall, the Brewers have made 31 selections over the first two days of the draft, which includes 17 college players and 14 high school players. Milwaukee has selected 16 pitchers, five infielders, five catchers and five outfielders.
The final day of the draft is today with selections in rounds 31 through 50.