2012 MLB Draft Results: St. Louis Cardinals Select LHP Tim Cooney At No. 117

With the 117th pick in the 2012 MLB Draft, the St. Louis Cardinals selected LHP Tim Cooney out of Wake Forest University in North Carolina.

The Cardinals grabbed Michael Wacha, RHP (Texas A&M) at No. 19, James Ramsey, OF (Florida State) with No. 23, Stephen Piscotty, 1B-3B (Stanford) as the No. 36 pick, Patrick Wisdom, 3B (St. Mary's) at No. 52 and Steve Bean, C (Rockwall, TX HS) with the No. 59 selection. On Tuesday they opened the action by taking RHP and 3B Carson Kelly of Westview High School in Oregon at No. 86 overall.

The Cards are next on the clock at pick No. 150. If you want to follow along, check it out live on MLB.com.

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