Yankees 2012 36th round draft pick: Dalton Smith

With their 36th round pick in the 2012 MLB First-Year Player draft, the Yankees selected Dalton Smith, a 6-foot-3, 205-pound catcher out of University City High School in Califorinia.

Still 17-years-old for a little while, Smith is the second youngest player drafted by the Yankees so far. He not only caught in high school, but he also played third base and pitched. His biggest assets are his power bat and projectability.

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7 Responses to Yankees 2012 36th round draft pick: Dalton Smith

  1. mrrfarleydude says:

    i know this guy, nice job dalton, woooot 🙂

  2. Rhoda Lynn says:

    I just LOVE my nephew !!! Awesome job Dalton !!! We're all sooooo very proud of you !

    • Linda Castro says:

      I am so pround of Dalton also. I love my Grandson, with or without the Yankees. He's amazing.

  3. Destinyrae Smith says:

    the familys known for a long time that my cuz would be going places with his baseball 🙂 congrats dalton <3

  4. Will says:

    Congratulations Dalton, I am very proud of you! You will always be like a son to me. I wish You lots of success and a long career with the Yankees. Say hi to Jeter for me 🙂 Coach Will

  5. Greg Corcoran says:

    Congrats on signing Dalton! You gonna play third?

  6. Tiffani Lynn says:

    im so proud of my cousin! <3 <3 <3

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