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Area baseball players selected in MLB draft

Cody Rogers (Hallsville) - Panola College
*Selected in 7th round by Tampa Bay Rays

David Rollins (Carthage) - San Jac College
*Selected in 23rd round by Seattle Mariners

Trevor Petersen - Hallsville High School
*Selected in 23rd round by Tampa Bay Rays

Christopher Court - S.F.A.
*Selected in 23rd round by Boston Red Sox

Richard Folmer - S.F.A.
*Selected in 25th round by K.C. Royals

Brodie Green (Bullard) - Texas A&M
*Selected in 37th round by Philadelphia Phillies

Jaron Shepherd (Kilgore) - Navarro
*Selected in 44th round by Cincinnati Reds

Burch Smith (Lee) - Howard
*Selected in 49th round by Cleveland Indians

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