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2021 17th round pick (497): Ryan Long - RHP - (Junior) Pomona-Pitzer College

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Another tall RHP at 6'6.


Ryan Long played two full seasons as a member of the Pomona-Pitzer men's baseball team before the COVID-19 cancellations cut short his junior season and completely cancelled his senior year in 2021. Long appeared in 18 games for the Sagehens as a pitcher and compiled an 8-2 career record with 59 strikeouts and a 3.61 ERA. Long graduated from Pomona College this spring with a degree in Politics, Philosophy and Economics.


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