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Schiller, Bremer Selected Reviewed by Yavapai College on . Former Yavapai College baseball players Cam Schiller (2008-10) and Tyler Bremer (2010) were chosen in the 7th round and 27th round respectively of the 2012 Majo Former Yavapai College baseball players Cam Schiller (2008-10) and Tyler Bremer (2010) were chosen in the 7th round and 27th round respectively of the 2012 Majo Rating:
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Schiller, Bremer Selected

Former Yavapai College baseball players Cam Schiller (2008-10) and Tyler Bremer (2010) were chosen in the 7th round and 27th round respectively of the 2012 Major League Baseball Draft. Schiller was selected Tuesday afternoon by the defending American League Champion Texas Rangers and Bremer was taken by the Chicago Cubs Wednesday morning.

Schiller, a Prescott high school grad, recently played for Oral Roberts University and hit .306 with 8 home runs and 51 runs batted in this past season.

Bremer is currently playing for Baylor University where he is 7-1 in 49.2 innings with 42 strikeouts.

As a Roughrider, the Schiller was twice named All-ACCAC in leading YC to conference titles in 2009 and 2010. In his two years at Yavapai, the switch-hitting Schiller hit .374 with 8 home runs and 87 runs batted in. His current team, Oral Roberts University lost to Baylor University in the NCAA Waco Regional to end their season this past Sunday. The Golden Eagles finished their year with a 38-25 overall record.

In his only season at Yavapai, Bremer, a Berekely, California native, led the team in innings pitched (90.0), strikeouts (101) and had a 2.90 ERA. His current team will be playing the University of Arkansas in a best of three series beginning on Saturday, June 8th in the NCAA Division I Super Regionals with the winner advancing to the NCAA World Series in Omaha, Nebraska.

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