Listed below are the Dodgers picks from round 21 through 30. Ned Colletti and company decided to use eight of the 10 selections on pitchers.
21st round (634 overall) -- Right-handed pitcher, James Baune of Southern Arkansas University: Baune is 6'3 inches tall and weighs 185 pounds. Baune posted a 3.15 ERA in 111.1 innings pitched last season.
22nd round (664 overall) -- Left-handed pitcher, Robert Fisher of the University of Oklahoma: Fisher is 5'10 tall and weighs 178 pounds. Fisher saw limited playing time, only tossing 9.2 innings, yet gave up a mere two runs.
23rd round (694 overall) -- Right-handed pitcher, MJ Villegas of Seton Catholic High School (AZ): Villegas is 6'2 tall and weighs 180 pounds. Villegas accumulated an impressive 2.80 ERA and is the 17th ranked high school prospect in Arizona.
24th round (724 overall) -- Right-handed pitcher, Jose De Leon of Southern (LA): De Leon is 6'3 tall and weighs 210 pounds.
25th round (754 overall) -- Right-handed pitcher, Kyle Hooper of University of California Irvine: Hooper is 6'5 tall and weighs 235 pounds. Hooper made 18 appearances out of the bullpen and boasted a record of 1-2 with an ERA of 5.45.
26th round (784 overall) -- Right-handed pitcher, Thomas Taylor of Kansas: Taylor is 6'4 tall and weighs 220 pounds. Taylor tallied 14 starts and collected a 6-2 record with a 2.33 ERA
27th round (814 overall) -- Right-handed pitcher, Tanner Kiest of Riverside Community College (CA): Kiest is 6'3 tall and weighs 200 pounds. Klest made a nice freshman debut, stringing together an ERA of 2.61 in 10.1 frames of work.
28th round (844 overall) -- Left-handed pitcher, Crayton Bare of Baylor University (TX): Bare is 5'11 tall and weighs 185 pounds. Bare barely has any work to judge in 2013, as the two time First-Team Academic All-Big 12 member only made five relief appearances after leading the team with 24 in 2012.
29th round (874 overall) -- Catcher, Sam Finfer of Interlake High School (WA): Finfer is 6'2 tall and weighs 190 pounds. Finfer's slash line is impressive: .357 batting average, .520 on base percentage, three home runs and 23 RBI.
30th round (904 overall) -- Catcher, Ryan Scott of Notre Dame High School (AZ): Scott is 6'1 tall and weighs 180 pounds. Scott helped guide Notre Dame to a perfect 11-0 league record, while hitting .308, on base percentage of .411, smashing four home runs and 24 RBI.