Dodgers Announce Selections From Third Day of 2016 Draft

LOS ANGELES - The Los Angeles Dodgers today announced their final 30 picks from the third day of the 2016 Draft.

The Dodgers made 42 overall picks in this year's draft, selecting 23 pitchers (21 right-handers, two left-handers), seven outfielders, nine infielders (one baseman, four second basemen, three shortstops, one third baseman) and three catchers. Of the 19 drafted position players, 12 are right-handed hitters and seven are left-handed. Thirty-four were selected from the college ranks, while eight were drafted from high school.

On the draft's third and final day, the Dodgers picked eight players with California ties in University of Nevada, Las Vegas and Lincoln (CA) High School pitcher Dean Kremer (14th round), Golden West College and Fountain Valley (CA) High School graduate Dillon Persinger (17th round), California State University, Long Beach pitcher Chris Mathewson (19th round), University of California, Santa Barbara pitcher James Carter (21st round), University of Southern California and Santa Barbara High School graduate Jeff Paschke (22nd round), Texas Tech University and Yuba City (CA) High School graduate Chandler Eden (25th round), Santa Clara University catcher Stevie Berman (31st round) and Chabot College outfielder Cal Stevenson (36th round).

Berman is the son of former UCLA infielder Gary Berman, who was drafted by the Phillies in the 38th round of the 1986 First-Year Player Draft. Darian Tubbs, the 16th round draft pick and an outfielder from the University of Memphis, is the son of former big league outfielder Greg Tubbs, who played for the Cincinnati Reds in 1993.

Attached is the full list of the Dodgers 2016 First-Year Player Draft selections.