Oregon’s Ryne Nelson Selected in Round 2 by Arizona

Eugene, Ore. – The Arizona Diamondbacks selected Oregon pitcher Ryne Nelson in the second round of the 2019 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft on Monday night.

Nelson was the 56th overall pick, the third highest selection in the modern era of Oregon baseball. First round picks Tyler Anderson (2011) and David Peterson (2017) are the only two former Ducks selected higher than Nelson.

Nelson is the sixth Ducks player drafted by the Diamondbacks. He joins Matt Mercer (5th round, 2018), Tim Susnara (8th round, 2017), Jimmie Sherfy (10th round, 2013), Mark Karaviotis (19th round, 2016), Danny Pulfer (19th round, 2011) and Brando Tessar (25th round, 2014) as Arizona selections.

Nelson is the second Ducks player picked in the second round of the MLB Draft. He joins Madison Boer who was the 87th player drafted in 2011 by the Minnesota Twins.

Ryne Nelson, JR, RHP (Arizona Diamondbacks, 2nd Round, 56th Overall Pick)

Ø Third highest MLB Draft pick in the modern era of Oregon baseball.

Ø Sixth Oregon player drafted by the Diamondbacks since 2011.

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Ø 49th Duck selected in the draft since 2009.

Ø A first-team All-Pac-12 Conference selection.

Ø Fourth in the nation and first in the Pac-12 Conference in strikeouts per nine innings (14.40).

Ø Led Pac-12 Conference in strikeouts (104), while finishing tied for third in batters struck out looking (31) and eighth in saves during the regular season.

Ø Ranked fourth in strikeouts (63) in Pac-12 only games, while finishing third in batters struck out looking (20) and seventh in saves (2).

Ø Fourth all-time in Oregon history in single-season strikeouts with 104.

Ø Just one of three Ducks to have 100 Ks in a season joining David Peterson (2017) and Tyler Anderson (2010, 2011).

Ø Second in single-season strikeouts looking at Oregon with 31.

Ø Ranks eighth all-time at Oregon in career saves (8) and seventh in games finished (29).

Ø Has compiled a 6-6 record with eight saves and a 4.25 ERA in three seasons at Oregon while fanning 158 hitters in 101.2 career innings.