The Phillies were back at work as Day 2 of baseball's amateur draft began.

They selected second baseman Adam Buschini from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo in the fourth round, No. 137 overall.

Buschini, 6-2, 204 pounds, left Cal Poly after his redshirt junior season. He sat out a season because of Tommy John surgery, but hit .422 with 11 home runs and 61 RBI - all team highs - this season.

Cal Poly was nationally ranked this season and made its first NCAA regional appearance.

In Round 5, the Phillies went for Washington State 6-2 lefthander Matthew Way, at No. 167 overall. Way was 8-4 with a 2.43 earned run average as a senior. He struck out 124 batters and walked only 33 in 107 1/3 innings.

In Round 6, the Phils chose Steven Inch, a 6-4 righthander from Vauxhall High School in Alberta. They went for another tall high school pitcher in Round 7, 6-3 righthander Brody Colvin from St. Thomas Moore in Louisiana.

At No. 257 in Round 8, the Phillies selected lefthanded-hitting first baseman Jonathan Singleton from Robert A. Millikan High in Long Beach, Calif.

At No. 287 in Round 9, outfielder Aaron Altherr was the choice. He is a 6-5 centerfielder at Aqua Fria High in Avondale, Ariz.

Tulane righthander Joshua Zeid was the choice in Round 10 (No. 317 overall). Zeid, 6-4, was a reliever as a junior after transferring from Vanderbilt. This season, he was 6-0 with a 4.01 ERA in 14 starts. Opponents hit just .236 against him.

In the 11th round, the Phillies selected Notre Dame shortstop Jeremy Barnes. A 5-10, righthanded hitter, Barnes spent his first three seasons at second base before switching to shortstop as a senior. He hit .353 with team highs of 15 home runs and 70 RBI with a .655 slugging percentage this past season.

In the 12th round, the Phils picked Nicholas Hernandez, a 6-4 lefthander from the University of Tennessee. According to MLB.com, Hernandez has a "good feel for pitching" and "excellent command" who gives his team a chance to win. He was 4-5 with a 5.23 ERA as a senior, allowing 110 hits in 84 1/2 innings with 70 strikeouts and 21 walks.

In Round 13 (No. 407 overall), the Phillies went big again, this time for 6-5 lefthander Ryan Sasaki from Connally High in Texas.

In Round 14 (No. 437), Jacob Stewart, a 6-2 righthanded-hitting outfielder from Rocky Mountain High in Colorado was the choice.

The Phillies went for 6-3 righthander Austin Hyatt from the University of Alabama in the 15th round (No. 467). Hyatt was 8-3 with a 3.56 ERA in 15 starts this season. He walked only 15 batters in 108 innings with 88 strikeouts and 89 hits.

Catcher Andrew Susac from Jesuit High in Roseville, Calif., was selected by the Phillies in the 16th round (No. 497). He was ranked as the sixth-best draft-eligible catcher by Baseball America and has committed to Oregon State.

According to MLB.com, Susac has "raw power, a plus arm and good overall defensive skills." The scouting report indicates that he will need to make adjustments to his swing.

In Round 17, the Phillies chose outfielder Michael Dabbs from Oklahoma State with the 527th pick. He hit .337 with a team-high 13 home runs, 38 RBI and a .668 slugging percentage for the Cowboys.

In Round 18, Roy Uhl, a 5-8 switchhitting outfielder from California-Riverside, was the selection at No. 557. He batted .272 with two home runs and 23 RBI in 53 games. He stole 23 bases in 28 attempts.

In Round 19, the Phillies picked Stephen Batts, a first baseman from East Carolina, the 587th pick. He hit .352 with 14 home runs and 63 RBI in 66 games.

Round 20 saw the Phillies pick Darin Ruf, a first baseman from Creighton. with the 617th pick. He batted .303 with eight home runs and a team-high 51 RBI in 56 games.

In Round 21, the Phillies picked Chase Johnson, a 6-5, 245-pound righthander from South Mountain Community College in Phoenix. He had two saves and pitched 22 1/3 innings in 18 appearances. His earned run average was 3.63. He was the 647th pick .

In Round 22, the Phillies picked catcher Bronco Lafrenz from Indiana State with the 677th pick. He batted .355 with 13 home runs and a team-high 56 RBI.

The Phillies selected shortstop Evan Porter from Nebraska-Omaha in Round 23 with the 707th pick. In 61 games, Porter led his team with a .424 batting average, 10 home runs, 62 RBI and a .655 slugging percentage.

In Round 24, the Phillies picked righthander Justin Long from Bellevue University with the 737th pick.

In Round 25, with the 767th pick, the Phillies took righthander Eric Massingham from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. Massingham was 7-3 with a 3.07 ERA in 25 relief appearances. In 41 innings, he allowed 40 hits, 18 runs and had 35 strikeouts.

The Phillies picked outfielder Brian Gump of UC Santa Barbara in Round 26 (797th overall pick). Gump batted .308 in 51 games, with eight home runs and 37 RBI.

In Round 27 (pick 827), the Phillies selected 6-1, 170-pound catcher Marlon Mitchell from Hillsborough High in Tampa, Fla.

In Round 28, with the 857th pick, the Phillies picked Justin Beal, a 6-2 righthander from Missouri Southern State University. Beal was 3-2 with a 5.50 ERA. He made 13 appearances, seven of them starts. He also played the infield and batted .305 with one home run and 29 RBI in 164 at-bats.

The Phillies picked righthander Mark Doll of Southern Polytechnic State University of Marietta, Ga., in Round 29 (pick 887).

In Round 30, the final of the day, with pick 917, the Phillies selected 6-6 righthander Stephen Kohlscheen from Cowley County (Kan.) Community College.

Day 2 included Rounds 4 through 30, with Rounds 31 and 50 on Thursday.

On the first day, the Phillies selected outfielder Kelly Dugan - a switch-hitter from Notre Dame High School in Sherman Oaks, Calif. - with their first pick with the 75th overall selection in the second round. The Phillies lost their first round pick because of the free-agent signing of Raul Ibanez.

The Phillies selected another outfielder, Kyrell Hudson, with their pick in the third round at 106th overall. Hudson is a speedy centerfielder from Evergreen High School in Washington.