The Twins picked Oregon infielder Spencer Steer with their third round (90th overall) pick on Tuesday, the second day of the Major League Baseball draft.

The slot value for the pick is $657,000. Steer hit .349 with six home runs and 57 RBI and is considered an excellent defensive player. He is a native of Long Beach, Calif. He was drafted in 2016 out of Millikan High School by Cleveland in the 29th round (872nd overall) but elected to play college ball for the Ducks.

Wright State third baseman Seth Gray was the fourth round (176th overall) choice. He had 11 home runs, 70 RBI and hit .351 during his junior season.

The fifth round pick was Auburn shortstop Will Holland, the sixth rounder was Mercer pitcher Sawyer Gipson-Long and the seventh rounder was UConn shortstop Anthony Prato.

In the eighth round, the Twins took Casey Legumina, a righthanded pitcher from Gonzaga. Lefthanded pitcher Brent Headrick of Illinois State was the ninth round pick, and Duke pitcher Ben Gross was the 10th round selection.

The remainder of the 40-round draft is Wednesday.

On Monday's first day, the Twins chose three players, including 13th overall pick Keoni Cavaco and former Forest Lake standout Matt Wallner.

You can track the Twins' picks here.

(photo courtesy oregonlive.com)

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