Mark Ginther led a string of five Oklahoma State players picked on the final day of the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft on Wednesday.
Ginther was taken in the 24th round by the Arizona Diamondbacks, No. 753 overall.
It was the third time the Jenks High School product has been picked. He was taken in the 48th round out of high school by the Philadelphia Phillies before being picked in the 14th round by the Chicago White Sox last season.
Shortstop Hunter Bailey was taken by the Washington Nationals in the 28th round.
A trio of Cowboys pitchers went in the draft's later rounds, with the Miami Marlins taking Blake Barnes in the 29th round, the Diamondbacks taking Chase Stevens of Blanchard in the 30th round and the San Diego Padres taking Kyle Ottoson in the 34th round.
All are seniors except for Stevens, who is a junior.
SOONERS HAVE TWO PICKED
Oklahoma had just two players picked in Wednesday's final day as it prepares to open Super Regional play later this week in Columbia, S.C.
Junior right-handed pitcher Drew Harrison was picked by the Detroit Tigers in the 23rd round, No. 724 overall.
Harrison was recruited as a first baseman and contemplated transferring but moved to the bullpen and came up big for the Sooners in last weekend's regional.
The other was senior infielder Caleb Bushyhead, who was taken by the Los Angeles Angels in the 29th round.
POLSTON SELECTED IN FINAL ROUND
While just five Oklahoma high school players were selected in this year's draft, two were from the same school.
A day after Carl Albert catcher Taylor Hawkins was picked by the Tampa Bay Rays, Titans shortstop Alex Polston was picked by the Marlins in the 40th and final round, 1,217 overall.
Polston has signed with Oklahoma State and is expected to play for the Cowboys.
Another Carl Albert graduate was picked earlier in the day when the Phillies selected Oklahoma City University catcher Chad Carman No. 758 overall.
OCU HAS FOUR PLAYERS PICKED
Tuesday, Dane Phillips became the highest-ever draft pick out of Oklahoma City. The Stars had three more players picked on the draft's third day.
Before Carman went in the 24th round, right-handed pitcher Blake Schwartz was taken in the 17th round, No. 534 overall, by Washington and first baseman Miguel Beltran was picked in the 19th round, No. 602 overall, by the Rays.
Schwarz was 11-4 with a 3.74 ERA this season after spending three years at the University of Minnesota-Mankato.
Beltran hit .388 with a NAIA-high 27 home runs and 76 RBIs.
SULPHUR'S WILLIAMS PICKED BY MARLINS
Sulphur right-handed pitcher Ty Williams was picked by the Marlins in the 32nd round, No. 977 overall.
Williams, who has a fastball that tops out around 92 mph, has signed to play with Seminole State Junior College.
He was also Sulphur's quarterback for three years.
ORU COACH'S SON GOES TO METS
Oral Roberts baseball coach Rob Walton's son, Donovan Walton, was picked by the New York Mets in the 36th round.
The shortstop from Tulsa Bishop Kelley High School has signed with his father's team.
Seminole State right-handed pitcher Stephen Williams of Piedmont was picked by the Boston Red Sox in the 16th round. ... Former Broken Arrow catcher Lancy Rymel was picked by the Chicago Cubs in the 28th round. Rymel hit .318 this season at Rogers State, which reached the NAIA World Series championship game.