Oregon State pitcher Scott Schultz has been selected in the 10th round, 300th overall, by the Arizona Diamondbacks on Friday in the 2014 MLB First-Year Player Draft.
Schultz is the fifth Oregon State player to be taken in this year's draft, following Michael Conforto, Jace Fry, Dylan Davis and Ben Wetzler
Schultz completed his Oregon State career in 2014, and went 7-2 with a 1.61 earned run average as a senior. His last outing, Sunday against UC Irvine in the Corvallis Regional, saw the Gig Harbor, Wash., native toss a complete-game shutout.
The right-hander ended his career with a 2.42 ERA in 96 games, eight of which were starts. He went 16-5 and struck out 134 in 208 1/3 innings. Opponents batted just .212 against him.
It's the second time Schultz has been drafted; he was taken in the 17th round by Miami in 2013.
OSU Media Services