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08/16/2011 12:30 AM ET
Mariners agree to terms with 9th-round selection, SS Cavan Cohoes
**Cohoes is two-time All-European shortstop**
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SEATTLE, Wash. -- Seattle Mariners Director of Amateur Scouting Tom McNamara announced tonight that the club has agreed to terms with shortstop Cavan Cohoes from Patch High School in Stuttgart, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany, the club's 9th-round selection in the 2011 First-Year Player Draft.

Cohoes, 18, is a two-time All-European shortstop for Patch High School. He recently delivered a walk-off RBI single against Ramstein that allowed Patch High School to repeat as DODDS-Europe Division I baseball champions this year, and was named the tournament's most valuable player in the process.

Alexander M. Patch American High School ("Patch High School") is an English language high school on Patch Barracks in Stuttgart, Germany. It is an American Department of Defense Education Activity school (DODEA).

Cohoes will report to the Mariners Rookie affiliate in the Arizona League.

Seattle made 51 selections in the 2011 First-Year Player Draft, highlighted by their first pick, left-handed pitcher Danny Hultzen, who was the 2nd overall pick in the draft. The Mariners selected 28 pitchers, including 6 left-handers, 7 catchers, 9 infielders (3 1B, 2 2B, 3B, 3 SS), and 7 outfielders. Seattle selected 38 college players and 13 high school players.

The Mariners signed 43 of the 51 players selected in the 2011 June Draft, including 10 of their first 11 picks in the top 10 rounds.

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