Dinner-table bragging rights at the Gillaspie household belong to youngest sibling Casey after the Rays selected the 21-year-old 6-foot-4, 238-pound switching-hitting first baseman from Witchita State with the 20th overall selection in the first round of the Major League Baseball draft held on Thursday.

That spot in the order process is 17 slots higher than older brother Conor, who went 37th overall to San Francisco in 2008 and is currently starting at third base for the Chicago White Sox.

“Maybe there was a little sibling rivalry, I guess you might say,’’ Gillaspie said shortly after being selected by the Rays.

But younger brother also knows he is not in the same neighborhood as his older brother when it comes to being a baseball player - yet.

“He’s in the big leagues, he’s a great hitter . . . I can’t really compare to that,’’ Casey Gillaspie said. “It was cool (being selected higher than Conor) when it happened but now I’m ready and focused on making an impact.’’

Tampa Bay used the 60th overall pick on high school pitcher Cameron Varga from Cincinnati Hills Academy, a 6-foot-3 right hander with a 95 mph fastball who threw five no-hitters this season, his latest coming Thursday.