Cards 3rd Wave of Draft Signees Includes Four

Brian O'Keefe

On Saturday, the St. Louis Cardinals announced the signing of four more athletes from their 2014 MLB Draft Class

On Saturday, the St. Louis Cardinals announced the signing of four more athletes from their 2014 MLB Draft Class, including top 10 round picks, left-handed pitcher Austin Gomber (GOHM-burr) and catcher Brian O'Keefe.

Gomber, 20, a fourth round pick from Florida Atlantic University joins O'Keefe, 20, a seventh round pick from St. Joseph's (Pa.) University, outfielder Collin Radack (RAD-ick) (20th round) and right-handed pitcher Tyler Bray (26th round).

O'Keefe and Radack have reported to the Cardinals' New York-Penn League affiliate in State College.

The Cardinals have signed 22 of their 42 draft picks in 2014 and have begun play at State College while Johnson City and the Gulf Coast League affiliates will begin play next week.

For more information

Remember that by clicking on any highlighted player name, you will be taken to his individual player profile page. There, all the prior information we have about him is available – articles, injury news, photos, videos, interviews and more - all in one place.

For those who want to dig in and both see and read details about the 42 players selected by the St. Louis Cardinals in the 2014 First-Year Player Draft, The Cardinal Nation has a very comprehensive set of reports for you to view.

2014 St. Louis Cardinals Draft Cliffs Notes (subscribers)
Cardinals Draft Day Three coverage (rounds 11-40)
Cardinals Draft Day Two coverage (rounds 3-10)
Cardinals Draft Day One coverage (rounds 1-2)

Finally, to see which drafted players are signed and which are not at any time over the upcoming days and weeks, check out the Roster Matrix at The Cardinal Nation blog. All signed players will be assigned to team rosters there and here on the main site once all short-season minor league clubs are set.

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