2012 MLB Draft Results Day 2, Yankees Selections In Rounds 2-15

Day 2 of the 2012 MLB Draft has concluded. The New York Yankees made their picks in Rounds 2-15 on Tuesday and we have them for you below.

SB Nation New York covered the early rounds on today when the Yankees picked centerfielder Austin Aune and catcher Peter O'Brien in the second round and outfielder Nathan Mikolas in Round 3.

Here are the other selections by the Yankees on Tuesday:

Round 4, No. 157, Corey Black, RHP, Faulkner University

Round 5, No. 187, Rob Refsynder, 2B, Arizona

Round 6, No. 217, Nicholas Goody, RHP, LSU

Round 7, No. 247, Taylor Garrison, RHP, Fresno State

Round 8, No. 277, Taylor Dugas, CF, Alabama

Round 9, No. 307, Derek Varnadore, RHP, Auburn

Round 10, No. 337, Matthew Snyder, 1B, Ole Miss

Round 11, No. 367, Caleb Frare, LHP, Custer County HS, MT

Round 12, No. 397, Christopher Breen, C, Winter Springs HS, FL

Round 13, No. 427, James Pazos, LHP, University San Diego

Round 14, No. 457, Andrew Benak, RHP, Rice

Round 15, No. 487, Dayton Dawe, RHP, AB Lucas SS

The MLB Draft will conclude on Wednesday with Round 16-40.

For more on the Yankees, please be sure to visit Pinstripe Alley. For even more Draft coverage and all things Minor League Baseball, visit our blog Minor League Ball.

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