Yankees selected prisoner Josh Breaux with their second round in 2018 MLB draft on Monday night.
It was the 61st overall choice.
Breaux, 20, was the 71rd best view in the draft, according to MLB.com. He is 6-foot-1 and weighs 220 pounds. Astros picked him in the 36th round of the 2017 draft.
With his first pick and No. 23 in total, Yankees prisoner Anthony Seigler, an 18-year-old from Cartersville, Ga.
Seigler was also a swinger in high school, throwing faster than 80 mph with any arm, but is expected to keep behind the plate as a professional.
Yankees will not choose again for the third round of Tuesday.
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Earlier Monday, Yankees shared a double header with the tigers in Detroit.
Here is part of MLB.com's Scouting Report on Breaux:
Breaux has an above average crude power for all fields and an aggressive right-hand turn that generates unusual flicker speed. He has a great deal of effort on the plate (and on the garden), and while he does not knock out too much, his lack of patience is a cause of concern. He showed that his pop is playing wood bats and against better pitching when he finished fifth in the Cape Cod League with six homers last summer.
Scouts were skeptical of Breaux's ability to stay in the catcher when they saw him as a freshman, but he has improved defensively and projects as at least one adequate recipient.
And here's what MLB.com had to say about Seigler:
He's smooth behind the plate, has a quick transfer that helps his armor as a plus sometimes showing promises as a receiver and pitch fender. He is more athletes than most prisoners, in line with Austin Barnes, and can profile as a daily secondary basseman as well.
Seigler makes consistent hard contact from both sides of the plate and uses an all-field strategy. There is some question of how much power he will have, but he has a fixed speed and should give at least two-digit home driving when he gets stronger. Florida recruits have close average speed, make him fast for a detainee and show good instincts in all stages of the game.