Two Tigers Selected in Major League Baseball Draft



June 8, 2007

Day two of the Major League Baseball First-Year Players Draft saw two Tigers, Evan Frey and Brock Bond, selected. Frey was taken by the Arizona Diamondbacks in the 10th round and Bond was a 24th round selection of the San Francisco Giants.

Frey, the 313th player drafted overall, led Mizzou with a .348 batting average in 2007 and was named to the All-Big 12 Conference Second Team. He hit four home runs, including a walk-off homer in the series finale against Kansas. Frey had five triples, which was second most in the Big 12 Conference, and added 11 doubles and stole 10 bases.

Bond, the 734th overall pick, trailed only Frey on the team with a .316 batting average, driving in 44 runs and stealing 12 bases. He set a school record by being hit by 25 pitches this season and had an on-base percentage of .469. Bond was named to the Big 12 Conference All-Tournament Team.



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