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UMass senior right-hander D.J. Jauss was selected in the 29th round of the Major League Baseball Draft on Saturday by the Washington Nationals. Matt Vautour had coverage in today's Daily Hampshire Gazette.

Read: Washington Nationals draft UMass pitcher D.J. Jauss, son of former Red Sox coach Dave Jauss

Coverage Of Matt Gedman's Draft Selection

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"Matt Gedman still had hope on Wednesday, when the First-Year Player Draft shifted to its final day.

The Framingham, Mass., native and senior at University of Massachusetts  thought there was a chance his name might get called somewhere toward the end of the Draft. He was incredibly nervous, so he traveled down to Cape Cod with some buddies to relieve stress the best way he knew how -- playing baseball.

 When Gedman got to his car and saw all the missed calls on his cell phone, he figured something had happened.

Gedman -- a 6-foot-2, 205-pound infielder -- became the 45th-round pick of the Boston Red Sox, his favorite team growing up, and one of the clubs for which his father Rich played during his Major League career." Continue Reading on

Matt Vautour also caught up with Gedman: Red Sox draft UMass third baseman Matt Gedman

Ron Chimelis had this piece on, as well.

Gedman's draft selection was mentioned by many other media outlets, including these:
NESN: Rich Gedman's Son Among Those Selected by Red Sox on Final Day of MLB Draft

CSN: Sox take three locals on day three of the draft

Portland Press Herald: Exposito called up to Boston; Sox draft a Gedman

Providence Journal 

Boston Globe