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MLB Draft 2013: Ex-Crespi first baseman Ryon Healy is 100th pick

June 7, 2013 | 11:33 am

Ryon Healy, a 6-foot-5 former Encino Crespi first baseman who became a standout at Oregon, was taken in the third round on Friday as the 100th pick overall in baseball's first-year player draft by the Oakland Athletics. He had 11 home runs and batted .333 this season.

Brandon Dixon, a 2010 Murrieta Valley High grad who has become a top third baseman at Arizona, was taken No. 92 by the Dodgers.

Pitcher Chris Kohler from Los Osos went No. 106 as a supplmental pick to the Athletics between the third and fourth rounds.

Pitcher Dylan Covey, a first-round pick of the Brewers in 2010 out of Pasadena Maranatha who's now at San Diego, was taken in fourth round by the Athletics at No. 131.

Shortstop Tyler Wade, a San Diego State signee from Murrieta Valley, was taken by the Yankees at No. 134.

In the fifth round, Cal State Fullerton catcher Chad Wallach went to the Marlins. Great Oak shortstop Trae Arbet was taken by the Pirates.

Redlands catcher Jacob Nottingham, an Oklahoma signee, was the first pick of the sixth round by the Astros. Pepperdine pitcher Scott Frazier went to the Cubs. UCLA pitcher Nick Vander Tuig went to the Giants and teammate Zack Weiss went to the Reds in the sixth round. Former Loyola first baseman Garrett Cooper from Auburn went to the Brewers.

In the seventh round, former Diamond Bar pitcher Kenny Mathews was taken by the Indians. Santa Monica pitcher Conner Greene went to the Blue Jays. The Padres took Marina first baseman Jake Bauers, a Hawaii signee. Former Valencia third baseman Trey Williams went to the Phillies. El Dorado shortstop Chris Rivera went to the Cardinals. Westminster pitcher Tyler Mahle was chosen by the Reds.

In the eighth round, Orange Lutheran outfielder Jason Martin went to the Astros. Shortstop Tyler Smith from Oregon State, a former Thousand Oaks player, went to the Mariners. Pitcher Adrian DeHorta from South Hills, a Cal State Fullerton signee, went to the Padres.

In the ninth round, former Hart shortstop Pat Valaika of UCLA was taken by the Rockies. In the 10th round, former Crespi infielder Carlos Lopez of Cal State Fullerton was taken by the Mariners. Former Newbury Park pitcher Jimmie Sherfy of Oregon was chosen by the Diamondbacks.

-- Eric Sondheimer