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San Francisco Giants MLB 2014 draft update: Top 28 picks

By Denise Walos

The final round of the MLB 2014 draft started this morning at 10 a.m. PT today with rounds 11 through 40.

The San Francisco Giants have just  drafted Nick Sabo (LHP) in the 28th round, 838 overall, from Nick Cal St Long Beach. Earlier draft picks can be found in the list below.

Photo from the Daily 49er , Long Beach, CA

Notable top five picks for the Giants:

1st round, 14th overall

Tyler Beede (RHP) from Vanderbilt was selected by Giants in the first round, 14th overall, in the 2014 MLB draft. Beede has a 8-7 record with a 3.20 ERA (35er, 98.1ip) and 106 strikeouts in 16 games this season for Vanderbilt. Vanderbilt plays against Stanford this weekend in the NCAA Super Regionals.

May 26, 2013; Hoover, AL, USA; Vanderbilt Commodores pitcher Tyler Beede (11) and infielder Vince Conde (3) act out a home run hit before their game against the LSU Tigers in the championship game of the SEC baseball tournament at the Hoover Met. Mandatory Credit: John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports

2nd round, 52nd overall

Aramis Garcia (C), was selected by the Giants in the 2nd round, 52nd overall, out of Florida International University. He has a .368 batting average (60-for-163) with 14 doubles, eight home runs and 37 RBI this season. Garcia was named the Conference USA Player of the Year and also First Team All C-USA honors.

Photo – FIU Athletics

3rd round, 87th overall

Dylan Davis (RF) was selected by the Giants in the 3rd round, 87th overall, out of Oregon State University. Davis led the Pac-12 conference this year with a team-high 64 RBI.

Photo by Amanda Cowan, Corvallis Gazette-Times

4th round, 118th overall

Logan Webb (RHP), was selected by the Giants in the 4th round, 118th overall and is a Northern California native out of Rocklin High School in Sacramento.

Photo by Gary Jones/TheWinningShot.com

5th round, 148th overall

Samuel Coonrod (RHP) was selected by the Giants in the 5th round, 148th overall, out of Southern Illinois University Carbondale. This season, he held batters to a .226 average (70-for-310).

Photo by Steve matzker | Daily Egyptian

Here’s how the draft has played out so far for the Giants so far through their 28 picks through the MLB 2014 Draft Tracker: