The Mid-American Conference has had a lengthy history in the MLB, including one number one overall draft pick, Ball State’s Bryan Bullington selected in the 2002 draft by the Pittsburgh Pirates. Though this year’s MLB Draft didn't see MACtion at the top of the draft board, there was plenty of MACtion in the later rounds. Follow along here for updates on where your favorite Mid-American Conference alums are heading as they start their MLB careers.
|1||25||Padres||Eric Lauer||Kent State|
|2||54||Orioles||Keegan Aiken||Western Michigan|
|3||86||White Sox||Alex Call||Ball State|
|7||222||Blue Jays||Andy Ravel||Kent State|
|9||263||Marlins||Jarett Rindfleisch||Ball State|
|12||362||Indians||Zach Plesac||Ball State|
|13||394||Nationals||Conner Simonetti||Kent State|
|30||905||Giants||Nick Deeg||Central Michigan|
|32||956||White Sox||Sean Renzi||Central Michigan|
|33||1001||Dodgers||Zach McKinstry||Central Michigan|
|37||1125||Pirates||Colin Brockhouse||Ball State|
We'll be updating all through the day as the MLB Draft goes through 40 rounds of selection action. MACtion never sleeps, everyone.