The 2019 MLB Draft finished up Wednesday with Rounds 11 through 40. Here's a complete list of the Yankees' selections...
No. 1215 (40th Round) - Alex Garbrick, RHP, Morehead State
No. 1185 (39th Round) - Jake Farrell, 1B, Northeastern
No. 1155 (38th Round) - Dontae Mitchell, CF, Lakewood H.S. (Fla.)
No. 1125 (37th Round) - Bryce Jarvis, RHP, Duke
No. 1095 (36th Round) - Montana Semmel, RHP, Westhill H.S. (Conn.)
No. 1065 (35th Round) - Nathaniel Espelin, LHP, The Winchendon School (Mass.)
No. 1035 (34th Round) - Joey Lancellotti, RHP, North Carolina
No. 1005 (33rd Round) - Javier Reynoso, SS, Colegio Angel Davis H.S. (Puerto Rico)
No. 975 (32nd Round) - Ethan Hoopingarner, RHP, Aliso Niguel H.S. (CA)
No. 945 (31st Round) - Chad Knight, C, Staples H.S. (Conn.)
No. 915 (30th Round) - Zachary Maxwell, RHP, North Paulding H.S. (Ga.)
No. 885 (29th Round) - Chase Illig, C, West Virginia
No. 855 (28th Round) - Michael Giacone, LHP, North Greenville (S.C.)
No. 825 (27th Round) - Kyle MacDonald, 1B, Arkansas State
No. 795 (26th Round) - Ryan Brown, RHP, South Salem H.S. (Ore.)
No. 765 (25th Round) - Luke Brown, CF, John A. Logan College (Ill.)
No. 735 (24th Round) - Jake Pries, LF, UCLA
No. 705 (23rd Round) - Matt Minnick, LHP, Mercyhurst College (Pa.)
No. 675 (22nd Round) - Gerrit van Zijll, LHP, Alvin CC (Texas)
No. 645 (21st Round) - Zach Kohn, RHP, Central Michigan
No. 615 (20th Round) - Jack Leiter, RHP, Delbarton H.S. (N.J.)
Yankees take a chance on Al Leiter's son Jack, a touted prospect who's committed to Vanderbilt. Read more about Leiter here.
No. 585 (19th Round) - Chad Bell, 3B, Louisiana-Monroe
No. 555 (18th Round) - Evan Voliva, RHP, East Carolina
No. 525 (17th Round) - Pat DeMarco, CF, Vanderbilt
No. 495 (16th Round) - Shaine McNeely, RHP, Hope International (CA)
No. 465 (15th Round) - Edgar Barclay, LHP, CSU Bakersfield (CA)
No. 435 (14th Round) - Kevin Milam, 2B, St. Mary's (CA)
No. 405 (13th Round) - Nelson Alvarez, RHP, USF
No. 375 (12th Round) - Ryan Anderson, LHP, Nevada
No. 345 (11th Round) - Oliver Dunn, 2B, Utah
Day 2 Selections
No. 315 (10th Round) - Mitch Spence, RHP, USC Aiken (S.C.)
The Yanks grab their seventh college arm with their final pick on Day 2 of the MLB Draft. Spence went 9-4 with a 3.95 ERA in 93.1 innings this season, striking out 104 batters. According to MLB.com, his fastball sits 87-93 mph, but has touched 95.
No. 285 (Ninth Round) - Spencer Henson, 1B, Oral Roberts
In 50 games this season, the 6-2, 235-pound Henson hit .362 with a .509 on-base percentage and .768 save percentage. He had 19 homers, 51 RBI and 51 walks. He also had seven saves in 10 pitching appearances, allowing three earned runs in 10.1 innings with 12 strikeouts.
No. 255 (Eighth Round) - Zach Greene, RHP, South Alabama
Yet another college arm for the Yanks, the fifth time in a row they selected one. Green was chosen in the eighth round at No. 255 overall. The 22-year-old South Alabama closer has 70 strikeouts in 49.2 innings this season with 13 saves.
No. 225 (Seventh Round) - Nick Paciorek, RHP, Northwestern
The Yankees selected a college pitcher for the fourth straight pick, this time taking Paciorek in the seventh round at No. 225 overall. Paciorek, 21, was ranked as the 192nd best prospect in the draft by MLB. He had 44 strikeouts in 26.2 innings with Northwestern this season.
No. 195 (Sixth Round) - Hayden Wesneski, RHP, Sam Houston State
The Yanks added another pitcher in the sixth round at No. 195 overall. In 15 starts this season, the 6-foot-3 Wesneski is 8-4 with a 3.32 ERA and 110 strikeouts in 105.2 innings. The 21-year-old is ranked as the 182nd best prospect in the draft by MLB.
No. 165 (Fifth Round)- Ken Waldichuk, LHP, St. Mary's
Another southpaw for the Yanks in the fifth round at No. 165 overall. The 6-foot-4, 21-year-old Waldichuk has a 3.69 ERA in 92.2 innings with 106 strikeouts.
No. 135 (Fourth Round)- Jake Agnos, LHP, East Carolina
Agnos was picked in the fourth round at No. 135 overall. The southpaw was named the American Athletic Conference's Pitcher of the Year. In 16 starts this season he's 11-2 with a 2.02 ERA and 140 strikeouts in 98 innings. He was ranked by MLB as the 155th best prospect in the draft.
No. 105 (Third Round)- Jake Sanford, OF, Western Kentucky
The Yankees took Sanford in the third round at pick No. 105 overall. Sanford was ranked as the No. 107 draft prospect by MLB. The 21-year-old Canadian has a big bat, having hit 22 home runs this season with, 20 doubles, 66 RBI, a .398 average in 56 games. He was named 2019 Conference USA Player of the Year. He was originally a walk-on at McCook Community College in Nebraska.
Day 1 Selections
No. 30 overall (First Round) -- Anthony Volpe, SS, Delbarton H.S. (N.J.) >> Read more
No. 38 overall (Competitive Balance Round A) -- TJ Sikkema, LHP, Missouri >> Read more
No. 67 overall (Second Round) -- Josh Smith, SS/2B, LSU >> Read more