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Notable names in draft -- relatively

Dereck Rodriguez: Rodriguez was the only notable player drafted whose father is still in the major leagues (the 14-time All-Star Ivan plays for Washington). Dereck was selected in the seventh round by Minnesota.

Shawon Dunston Jr.: Twenty-nine years after his father was made the No. 1 overall pick, Dunston Jr. was drafted in the 11th round by the Chicago Cubs.

Ryan Garvey: Garvey was selected in the 15th round by Philadelphia. He is the son of former Dodger great, Steve.

Dwight Smith Jr.: The outfielder was taken in the second round by Toronto. His father played eight seasons in the major leagues.

Brandon Bonilla: the lefthande out of Florida and the son of former Met Bobby, was taken in the 37th round by Colorado.

Alex Santana: The Dodgers drafted the former Met shortstop's son in the second round (73rd overall) out of Cape Coral, Fla.. Alex's father, Rafael, played seven seasons in the major leagues.

Cam Seitzer: The Oklahoma junior was picked in the 11th round by Tampa Bay. His father, Kevin, is a former major leaguer and current hitting coach for the Royals.

Matt Scioscia: The Angels drafted Matt, a catcher, in the 45th round. It makes sense: his dad, Mike, is the team's manager.

Trent and Shane Boras: the sons of baseball's most famous agent, Scott, the Boras brothers were selected nine rounds apart. Trent went in the 30th to Milwaukee; Shane went in the 39th to Oakland.

Johnny Ruettiger: The eighth-round pick by Baltimore is the nephew of famed Notre Dame football player Dan, who was the inspiration behind the movie, "Rudy". For the record, Johnny is not "five-foot-nothin'" (he's 6-foot-2).

Kyle Gaedele: Gaedele, out of Valparaiso, is the grand nephew of one of baseball's most indelible names: 3-foot-7 Eddie Gaedel, who famously stood in for one at-bat in a game in 1951 as a stunt for owner Bill Veeck. The 6-3 Kyle was selected in the sixth round by San Diego.

Bryan Harper: The lefthander was selected by Washington, 906 picks later than his younger brother, Bryce, was taken in 2010.

Not drafted: Ozney Guillen, the son of White Sox manager Ozzie, who had been drafted last year by Chicago but opted not to sign. Guillen was a freshman at Miami Dade College.

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