After nine rounds, two Purdue baseball players were selected Tuesday for Major League Baseball's First Year Player Draft.
According to Purdue Athletics, senior Tanner Andrews and junior Nick Dalesandro made the draft as 13th and 25th pick, respectively, in the 10th round. Andrews will play for the Miami Marlins, while Dalesandro will join the Arizona Diamondbacks.
The last time any Purdue baseball player was drafted in the first 10 rounds was after the 2012 Big Ten season when Kevin Plawecki, Cameron Perkins and Nick Wittgren were drafted.
Andrews graduated with a bachelor's degree in organizational leadership, while rising senior Dalesandro has the option to either return to Purdue for his senior season or join the Diamondbacks team, according to the Purdue Athletics website.