• The Very Best Yankees June Amateur Draft & Sign Selections Ever – By Round

    Posted by on February 14th, 2013 · Comments (0)

    In terms of “Drafted and Signed by the Yankees” and then had the most Major League value over their career – compared to others signed by the Yankees in the same round (albeit in a different year), here they are:

    1st Round – Derek Jeter 1992
    2nd Round – Al Leiter 1984
    3nd Round – Ron Guidry  1971
    4th Round – Stan Bahnsen 1965
    5th round – Greg Gagne 1979
    6th Round – Mike Pagliarulo 1981
    7th Round – Russ Springer  1989
    8th Round – Austin Jackson 2005
    9th Round – Fred McGriff  1981
    10th Round – T.J. Beam 2003
    11th Round – Darrell Einertson 1995
    12th Round – Andy Stankiewicz 1986
    13th Round – Daniel McCutchen 2006
    14th Round – Gerald Williams 1987
    15th Round – Steve Frey  1983
    16th Round – Ricky Ledee 1990
    17th Round – David Robertson 2006
    18th Round – Turner Ward 1986
    19th Round – Don Mattingly 1979
    20th Round – Mike Lowell 1995
    21st Round – Jim Deshaies 1982
    22nd Round – Andy Pettitte 1990
    23rd Round – Tom Wilson 1990
    24th Round – Jorge Posada 1990
    25th Round – Jim Corsi 1982
    26th Round – Phil Coke 2002
    27th Round – Brandon Laird  2007
    28th Round – Shane Spencer 1990
    29th Round – Russ Davis 1988
    30th Round – Doc Medich 1970
    31st Round – Kevin Thompson 1999
    32nd Round – None Ever Made Majors
    33rd Round – Mike Dunn 2004
    34th Round – Tom Shopay 1965
    35th Round – None Ever Made Majors
    36th Round – Craig Dingman 1993
    37th Round – None Ever Made Majors
    38th Round – Rich Batchelor 1989
    39th Round – None Ever Made Majors
    40th Round – Mike Vento 1997
    41st Round – Chris Spurling1997
    42nd Round – None Ever Made Majors
    43rd Round – Justin Berg
    44th Round – Mike Figga 1989
    45th Round – None Ever Made Majors
    46th Round – None Ever Made Majors
    47th Round – Tom Gilles 1984
    48th Round – Brad Ausmus 1987
    49th Round – None Ever Made Majors
    50th Round – None Ever Made Majors

    O.K., I’ll just hang up now and listen to your reaction in the comments section…

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