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Beck to the Braves

STANFORD, Calif. – Junior right-handed pitcher Tristan Beck was picked 112th overall in the fourth round of the Major League Baseball Draft by the Atlanta Braves on Tuesday.

Beck, a pitcher from Corona, California, was Stanford's Friday-night starter this past season and in 2016 as a freshman. He missed 630 days due to injury, including his entire sophomore season, returning on Opening Day in 2018 to lead the pitching staff with 90.2 innings pitched.

Beck finished 8-4 with a 2.98 earned-run average, striking out 73 while holding opponents to a .233 batting average. An All-Pac-12 selection in each season he pitched, Beck was named Pac-12 Pitcher of the Week twice in 2018 and was a preseason All-American.

On Monday, shortstop Nico Hoerner was picked 24th overall in the first round by the Chicago Cubs and left-handed pitcher Kris Bubic went 40th overall in the Competitive Balance Round to the Kansas City Royals.

The MLB Draft continues tomorrow with Rounds 11-40 on MLB Network starting at 9 a.m. PT.