Two more pitchers for the Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns have been taken on the second day of the Major League Baseball draft.

In addition to Hogan Harris, drafted in the third round by Oakland, Cajun RHP Logan Stoelke and Nick Lee were both selected in the ninth round.

Stoelke, a senior, went to Pittsburgh with the 264th overall pick, while Lee, a junior, was taken by Tampa Bay six picks later at #270.

Stoelke served as the Cajuns' late inning relief specialist in 2018, amassing a 4-0 record with ten saves and an ERA of 2.97 despite missing two and a half weeks with a groin injury.  Lee, meanwhile, notched three saves in Stoelke's absence and finished 3-7 with a 5.07 ERA.

Other notables around the state and Sun Belt included:

Tulane OF Grant Witherspoon 4th round (#107) to Tampa Bay

Troy OF Brandon Lockridge 5th round (#157) to the New York Yankees

UNO LHP Brian Warzek 6th round (#194) to the Los Angeles Dodgers

South Alabama OF Brandon Donovan 7th round (#213) to St. Louis

Northwestern State C David Fry 7th round (#215) to Milwaukee

Coastal Carolina SS Seth Lancaster 8th round (#227) to Philadelphia

Arkansas State RHP Payton Culbertson 8th round (#237) to Miami

LSU LHP Nick Bush 8th round (#246) to Colorado

Georgia Southern RHP Chase Cohen 9th round (#263) to Oakland

Georgia Southern RHP Brian Eichhorn 9th round (#283) to Cleveland

Troy SS Matt Sanders, 10th round (#298) to Seattle

Coastal Carolina 1B Kevin Woodall, Jr, 10th round (#303) to St. Louis

The third and final day of the draft (Rounds 11-40) will begin at 11 am Wednesday