Day two of the 2016 MLB Draft kicked off on Friday and the Los Angeles Dodgers added a few more young prospects to the organization. After day one of the MLB Draft, the Dodgers welcomed two pitchers, a catcher and a shortstop.

In the third round the Dodgers selected right-handed pitcher Dustin May.

The Dodgers selected May with the No. 101 pick on Day 2 of the MLB Draft. May is the third pitcher the Dodgers have selected.

Then the Dodgers took a left-hander, pitcher Devin Smeltzer.

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In the fourth round the Dodgers selected outfielder D.J. Peters.

In the 6th round the Dodgers selected shortstop Errol Robinson from Ole Miss. Robinson took to twitter to show his excitement.

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Some of the Dodgers prospects that were drafted on day one took to twitter to show their excitement after being drafted.

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