2013 MLB Draft results: Pick Nos. 45-49

Christian Petersen

Four more pitchers went off the board to the Red Sox, Royals, Blue Jays and Mets. Meanwhile, the Mariners picked up OF Austin Wilson at No. 49, a player many projected in the first round.

No. 45: RHP Teddy Stankiewicz, Boston Red Sox

MLB.com's Jonathan Mayo on Stankiewicz:

Stankiewicz has always had a good fastball, one that could be plus when all is said and done. His secondary stuff isn't nearly as good.

No. 46: LHP Cody Reed, Kansas City Royals

Listed at 6'5, 220 pounds, Reed is big and athletic for his size. The lefty possess the build and the arm strength to succeed at the next level, but reports about his secondary pitches are mixed. Baseball America rates Reed's slider and changeup as "rudimentary," but Keith Law of ESPN labels the lefty's breaking ball an "above-average pitch."

No. 47: RHP Clinton Hollon, Toronto Blue Jays

ESPN's Keith Law on Hollon:

Hollon is one of the bigger wild cards in this draft, as he'll show first-round stuff at times but is wildly inconsistent and has missed time in the past with arm issues.

No. 48: RHP Andrew Church, New York Mets

No. 49: OF Austin Wilson, Seattle Mariners

Wilson is one of the most physically gifted players in the 2013 Draft, but he is a Stanford hitter. The school has a history of altering swings to work in college, but they often don't translate to the pros, according to Baseball America. So Wilson will have to make some adjustments and break the mold of failed professional hitters from Stanford.

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