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Although the 2019 amateur draft has ended, there are still college baseball games to play. And that’s good news for fans who will get to watch their newly-minted prospects in action during the Super Regionals this weekend, before they slink off to the untelevised netherworld of short-season ball after signing. The remaining field includes 16 Day One picks, and below is a list times and places you can watch the newest additions to your favorite team, sorted by regional. For further coverage of the draft by the BP team you can check out our huge batch of Eyewitness Reports, Jason Lefkowitz’s piece on What The Scouts (Were) Saying leading up to the draft, as well as our team’s running commentary on Day One and Day Two.

No. 10 East Carolina (47-16) at No. 7 Louisville (47-16)

Noon (ESPN2) Friday, 3 p.m. (ESPNU) Saturday, *Noon (ESPN2) Sunday

East Carolina

Jake Agnos, P, New York Yankees (Round 4, Pick 135)
Bryant Packard, LF, Detroit Tigers (5, 142)
Spencer Brickhouse, 1B, Arizona Diamondbacks (7, 212)
Trey Benton, P, Cleveland Indians (15, 460)
Evan Voliva, P,  New York Yankees (18, 555)
Turner Brown, SS, Colorado Rockies (19, 579)
Jake Washer, C, Chicago Cubs (29, 882)

Louisville

Logan Wyatt, 1B, San Francisco Giants (2, 51)
Michael McAvene, P, Chicago Cubs (3, 103)
Tyler Fitzgerald, SS, San Francisco Giants (4, 116)
Nick Bennett, P, Milwaukee Brewers (6, 193)
Bryan Hoeing, P, Miami Marlins, (7, 201)
Jake Snider, CF, Pittsburgh Pirates, (20, 604)
Drew Campbell, CF, Atlanta Braves (23, 697)
Shay Smiddy, P, Tampa Bay Rays (36, 1088)

No. 9 Oklahoma St. (39-19) at No. 8 Texas Tech (42-17)

3 p.m. (ESPN2) Friday, 6 p.m. (ESPNU) Saturday, *6 p.m. (ESPNU) Sunday

Oklahoma State

Logan Gragg, P, St. Louis Cardinals (8, 245)
Peyton Battenfield, P, Houston Astros (9, 286)
Brady Basso, P, Oakland Athletics (16, 494)
Trevor Boone, OF, Colorado Rockies (18, 549)
Jensen Elliott, P, Baltimore Orioles (19, 558)
Andrew Navigato, SS, Detroit Tigers (20, 592)
Jake Lyons, P, Baltimore Orioles (22, 648)
Colin Simpson, C, Colorado Rockies (29, 879)

Texas Tech

Josh Jung, 3B, Texas Rangers (1, 8)
Gabe Holt, CF, Milwaukee Brewer (7, 223)
Caleb Kilian, P, San Fransisco Giants (8, 236)
Taylor Floyd, P, Milwaukee Brewers (10, 313)
John McMillon, OF, Detroit Tigers (11, 322)
Caleb Freeman, P, Chicago White Sox (15, 440)
Cameron Warren, 1B, Cincinnati Reds (22, 654)

Duke (34-25) at No. 2 Vanderbilt (52-10)

6 p.m. (ESPN2) Friday, 9 p.m. (ESPNU) Saturday, *3 p.m. (ESPN2) Sunday

Duke

Graeme Stinson, P, Tampa Bay Rays (4, 128)
Ben Ross, P, Minnesota Twins (10, 299)
Kennie Taylor, CF, New York Mets (14, 418)
Adam Laskey, P, Chicago Cubs (19, 582)
Bryce Jarvis, P, New York Yankees (37, 1125)

Vanderbilt

J.J. Bleday, OF, Miami Marlins (1, 4)
Drake Fellows, P, San Diego Padres (6, 173)
Philip Clarke, C, Toronto Blue Jays (9, 267)
Ethan Paul, SS, Pittsburgh Pirates (9, 274)
Stephen Scott, OF, Boston Red Sox (10, 317)
Zach King, P, Miami Marlins (13, 381)
Jackson Gillis, P, Milwaukee Brewers (13, 403)
Joe Gobillot, P, Tampa Bay Rays (16, 488)
A.J. Franklin, P, Kansas City Royals (17,499)
Patrick Raby, P, Cincinnati Reds (17, 504)
Pat DeMarco, CF, New York Yankees (17, 525)
Ty Duvall, C, Oakland Athletics (25, 764)
Julian Infante, 1B, Miami Marlins (36, 1071)

Michigan (44-19) at No. 1 UCLA (51-9)

9 p.m. (ESPN2) Friday, 9 p.m. (ESPN2) Saturday, *9 p.m. (ESPN2) Sunday

Michigan

Tommy Henry, P, Arizona Diamondbacks (CBB, 74)
Karl Kauffmann, P, Colorado Rockies (CBB, 77)
Jordan Brewer, CF, Houston Astros (3, 106)
Jack Weisenburger, P, Oakland Athletics (20, 614)
Jimmy Kerr, 3B, Detroit Tigers (33, 982)

UCLA 

Michael Toglia, 1B, Colorado Rockies (1, 23)
Ryan Garcia, P, Texas Rangers (2, 50)
Chase Strumpf, 2B, Chicago Cubs (2, 64)
Ryan Kreidler, SS, Detroit Tigers (4,112)
Jack Ralston, P, St. Louis Cardinals (7, 215)
Jeremy Ydens, OF, Washington Nationals (8, 243)
Justin Hooper, P, Kansas City Royals (14, 409)
Jack Stronach, 3B, San Diego Padres (21, 623)
Jake Pries, LF, New York Yankees (24, 735)
Nate Hadley, P, Minnesota Twins (25, 749)
Kyle Molnar, P, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (26, 781)
Jake Hirabayashi, C, Minnesota Twins (39, 1169)
Ty Haselman, C, Los Angeles Dodgers (40, 1211)

No. 12 Ole Miss (40-25) at No. 5 Arkansas (44-17)

Noon (ESPN) Saturday, 3 p.m. (ESPNU) Sunday, *4 p.m. (ESPN2) Monday

Ole Miss 

Grae Kessinger, SS, Houston Astros (2, 68)
Will Etheridge, P, Colorado Rockies (5, 159)
Thomas Dillard, C, Milwaukee Brewers (5, 163)
Cooper Johnson, C, Detroit Tigers (6, 172)
Parker Caracci, P, Toronto Blue Jays (21, 627)
Cole Zabowski, 1B, Detroit Tigers (22, 652)
Zach Phillips, P, Kansas City Royals (27, 799)
Houston Roth, P, Baltimore Orioles (29, 858)

Arkansas

Dominic Fletcher, OF, Arizona Diamondbacks (CBB, 75)
Isaiah Campbell, P, Seattle Mariners (CBB, 76)
Matt Cronin, P, Washington Nationals (4, 123)
Jack Kenley, SS, Detroit Tigers (8, 232)
Jacob Kostyshock, P, Colorado Rockies (8, 249)
Cody Scroggins, P, Boston Red Sox (9, 287)
Zack Plunkett, C, Los Angeles Dodgers (20, 611)

Florida St. (39-21) at No. 13 LSU (40-24)

3 p.m. (ESPN) Saturday, 6 p.m. (ESPN2) Sunday, *8:30 p.m. (ESPN) Monday

Florida State

Drew Mendoza, 3B, Washington Nationals (3, 94)
J.C. Flowers, P, Pittsburgh Pirates (4, 124)
Drew Parrish, P, Kansas City Royals (8, 229)
Mike Salvatore, SS, Seattle Mariners (9, 276)

LSU

Josh Smith, 2B, New York Yankees (2, 67)
Zach Watson, CF, Baltimore Orioles (3, 79)
Zack Hess, P, Detroit Tigers (7, 202)
Todd Peterson, P, Washington Nationals (7, 213)
Antoine Duplantis, OF, New York Mets (12, 358)
Saul Garza, C, Kansas City Royals (32, 949)

Auburn (36-25) at No. 14 North Carolina (45-17)

Noon (ESPN2) Saturday, 11:30 a.m. (ESPN) Sunday, *1 p.m. (ESPN2) Monday

Auburn

Will Holland, SS, Minnesota Twins (5, 149)
Davis Daniel, P, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (7, 211)
Edouard Julien, 2B, Minnesota Twins (18, 539)
Jack Owen, P, St. Louis Cardinals (21, 635)
Elliott Anderson, P, Kansas City Royals (23, 679)

North Carolina

Michael Busch, 2B, Los Angeles Dodgers (1, 31)
Tyler Baum, P, Oakland Athletics (2, 66)
Austin Bergner, P, Detroit Tigers (9, 262)
Ike Freeman, 2B, Cleveland Indians (14, 430)
Brandon Martorano, C, San Francisco Giants (16, 476)
Ashton McGee, 2B, Milwaukee Brewers (18, 553)
Hansen Butler, P, Chicago White Sox (25, 740)
Joey Lancellotti, P, New York Yankees (34, 1035)
Gianluca Dalatri, P, Detroit Tigers (40, 1192)

No 11 Stanford (45-12) at No. 6 Mississippi St. (49-13)

3 p.m. (ESPN2) Saturday, 9 p.m. (ESPNU) Sunday, *7 p.m. (ESPN2) Monday

Stanford

Kyle Stowers, CF, Baltimore Orioles (CBB, 71)
Erik Miller, P, Philadelphia Phillies (4, 120)
Jack Little, P, Los Angeles Dodgers (5, 161)
Maverick Handley, C, Baltimore Orioles, (6, 168)
Will Matthiesen, P, Pittsburgh Pirates (6, 184)
Andrew Daschbach, 1B, Baltimore Orioles (11, 318)
Brandon Wulff, OF, Los Angeles Dodgers (17, 521)
Duke Kinamon, SS, Tampa Bay Rays (24, 728)
Daniel Bakst, SS, Boston Red Sox (28, 857)

Mississippi State

Ethan Small, P, Milwaukee Brewers (1, 28)
Jake Mangum, CF, New York Mets (4, 118)
Colby White, P, Tampa Bay Rays (6, 188)
Trysten Barlow, P, Colorado Rockies (16, 489)
Dustin Skelton, C, Miami Marlins (18, 531)
Jared Liebelt, P, Arizona Diamondbacks (20, 602)
Keegan James, P, Colorado Rockies (25, 759)
Peyton Plumlee, P, Houston Astros (31, 946)
Cole Gordon, P, New York Mets (32, 958)
Tanner Allen, 1B, Colorado Rockies (34, 1029)

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