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List of Milwaukee Brewers first-round draft picks

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Robin Yount (1973) is one of two Brewers first-round picks to be inducted in the National Baseball Hall of Fame.

The Milwaukee Brewers are a Major League Baseball (MLB) franchise based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. They play in the National League Central division. Established in Seattle, Washington, as the Seattle Pilots in 1969,[1] the team became the Milwaukee Brewers after relocating to Milwaukee in 1970.[2] The franchise played in the American League until 1998, when it moved to the National League in conjunction with a major league realignment.[3] Since the institution of MLB's Rule 4 draft, the Brewers have selected 64 players in the first round.[4] Officially known as the "First-Year Player Draft",[5] the Rule 4 draft is MLB's primary mechanism for assigning players from high schools, colleges, and other amateur clubs to its franchises. The draft order is determined based on the previous season's standings, with the team possessing the worst record receiving the first pick.[5] In addition, teams which lost free agents in the previous off-season may be awarded compensatory or supplementary picks.[6]

Of the 64 players picked in the first round by Milwaukee, 27 have been pitchers, the most of any position; 17 of these were right-handed, while 10 were left-handed. Thirteen outfielders, 12 shortstops, 4 third basemen, 3 first basemen, 3 catchers, and 2 second basemen were also taken.[4] Fifteen of the players came from high schools or universities in the state of California, and Florida follows with ten players.

Two Brewers first-round picks have been elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame: Robin Yount (1973) was inducted in 1999 and Paul Molitor (1977) in 2004.[7][8] The Brewers have retired Yount's jersey number 19 and Molitor's jersey number 4.[9] Yount was named the American League Most Valuable Player in 1982 and 1989.[7] Ryan Braun (2005) won the National League Rookie of the Year Award in 2007.[10]

The Brewers have made 15 supplemental selections and have made one first overall selection in the draft.[4] Three of these have been compensatory picks.[4] These additional selections are provided when a team loses a particularly valuable free agent in the prior off-season,[6][11][A] or, more recently, if a team fails to sign a draft pick from the previous year.[12] The have made three Competitive Balance picks.[4] Since 2013, these selections have been granted to the 10 lowest-revenue clubs and the clubs from the 10 smallest markets and are made between the first and second rounds.[15] The Brewers have failed to sign four of their first-round picks: Bill Bordley (1976),[16] Alex Fernandez (1988),[17] Kenny Henderson (1991),[18] and Dylan Covey (2010).[19]

Key

Year Each year links to an article about that year's Major League Baseball draft.
Position Indicates the secondary/collegiate position at which the player was drafted, rather than the professional position the player may have gone on to play
Pick Indicates the number of the pick
Baseball Hall of Fame Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame
* Player did not sign with the Brewers
§ Indicates a supplemental pick

Picks

A man in a navy blue baseball jersey with "Twins" written across the chest holding a navy blue cap and smiling
Paul Molitor (1977) is one of two Brewers first-round picks to be elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame.
A man in a white baseball jersey with blue pinstripes and "Brewers" written across the chest wearing a fielding glove, prepared to catch a ball
Dion James was the Brewers' first-round pick in 1980.
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Dan Plesac was the Brewers' first-round pick in 1983.
A man wearing a black baseball jersey with "Mets" written across the chest, gray pants, and a black batting helmet holds his baseball bat as he approaches home plate to begin his at-bat
Gary Sheffield (1986) is one of ten Brewers first-round picks to come from high schools or universities in Florida.
A man wearing a navy blue Brewers jersey, gray pants, and a navy blue cap shown preparing to throw a ball from the pitcher's mound
Ben Sheets (1999) is 1 of 17 right-handed pitchers selected by the Brewers in the first round.
A man wearing a navy blue Brewers jersey, gray pants, and a navy blue cap adjusts his white batting gloves
Prince Fielder (2002) led the National League with 50 home runs in 2007.[20]
A man wearing a navy blue Brewers jersey and cap with gray pants after catching a ball on a green field
Rickie Weeks (2003) was the first second baseman selected by the Brewers in the first round.
A man wearing a navy blue Brewers jersey, gray pants, and navy blue cap takes a practice swing with his bat
Ryan Braun (2005) is the only Brewers first-round pick to win the Rookie of the Year Award.
A man in a navy blue and gray hoodie and gray pants holding a baseball on a green field
Jeremy Jeffress was the Brewers' first-round pick in 2006.
Year Name Position School (location) Pick Ref.
1968 No first-round pick[a] [21]
1969 Gorman Thomas Shortstop James Island High School
(Charleston, South Carolina)
21 [23]
1970 Darrell Porter Catcher Southeast High School
(Oklahoma City, Oklahoma)
4 [24]
1971 Tommy Bianco Shortstop Sewanhaka High School
(Elmont, New York)
3 [25]
1972 Dan Thomas First baseman Southern Illinois University Carbondale
(Carbondale, Illinois)
6 [26]
1973 Robin Yount Shortstop William Howard Taft High School
(Woodland Hills, California)
3 [27]
1974 Butch Edge Right-handed pitcher El Camino Fundamental High School
(Sacramento, California)
6 [28]
1975 Richard O'Keefe Left-handed pitcher Yorktown High School
(Yorktown Heights, New York)
5 [29]
1976 Bill Bordley* Left-handed pitcher Bishop Montgomery High School
(Hermosa Beach, California)
4 [30]
1977 Paul Molitor Shortstop University of Minnesota
(Minneapolis, Minnesota)
3 [31]
1978 Nick Hernandez Catcher Hialeah High School
(Hialeah, Florida)
8 [32]
1979 No first-round pick[b] [33]
1980 Dion James Outfielder C. K. McClatchy High School
(Sacramento, California)
25 [34]
1981 No first-round pick[c] [35]
1982 Dale Sveum Shortstop Pinole Valley High School
(Pinole, California)
25 [36]
1983 Dan Plesac Left-handed pitcher North Carolina State University
(Raleigh, North Carolina)
26 [37]
1984 Isaiah Clark Shortstop Crockett High School
(Crockett, Texas)
18 [38]
1985 B. J. Surhoff Shortstop University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
(Chapel Hill, North Carolina)
1 [39]
1986 Gary Sheffield Shortstop Hillsborough High School
(Tampa, Florida)
6 [40]
1987 Bill Spiers Shortstop Clemson University
(Clemson, South Carolina)
13 [41]
1988 Alex Fernandez* Right-handed pitcher Monsignor Edward Pace High School
(Opa-locka, Florida)
24 [42]
1989 Cal Eldred Right-handed pitcher University of Iowa
(Iowa City, Iowa)
17 [43]
1989 Gordon Powell Third baseman Hughes Center High School
(Cincinnati, Ohio)
30§[d] [43]
1990 No first-round pick[e] [44]
1991 Kenny Henderson* Right-handed pitcher Ringgold High School
(Ringgold, Georgia)
5 [45]
1991 Tyrone Hill Left-handed pitcher Yucaipa High School
(Yucaipa, California)
15§[f] [45]
1992 Kenny Felder Outfielder Florida State University
(Tallahassee, Florida)
12 [46]
1992 Gabby Martinez Shortstop Luchetti High School
(Santurce, Puerto Rico)
38§[g] [46]
1993 Jeff D'Amico Right-handed pitcher Northeast High School
(St. Petersburg, Florida)
23 [47]
1993 Kelly Wunsch Left-handed pitcher Texas A&M University
(College Station, Texas)
26§[h] [47]
1993 Todd Dunn Outfielder University of North Florida
(Jacksonville, Florida)
35§[i] [47]
1993 Joe Wagner Right-handed pitcher University of Central Florida
(Orlando, Florida)
39§[j] [47]
1994 Anthony Williamson Third baseman Arizona State University
(Tempe, Arizona)
4 [48]
1995 Geoff Jenkins Outfielder University of Southern California
(Los Angeles, California)
9 [49]
1996 Chad Green Outfielder University of Kentucky
(Lexington, Kentucky)
8 [50]
1997 Kyle Peterson Right-handed pitcher Stanford University
(Stanford, California)
13 [51]
1998 J. M. Gold Right-handed pitcher Toms River High School North
(Toms River, New Jersey)
13 [52]
1999 Ben Sheets Right-handed pitcher Northeast Louisiana University
(Monroe, Louisiana)
10 [53]
2000 Dave Krynzel Outfielder Green Valley High School
(Henderson, Nevada)
11 [54]
2001 Mike Jones Right-handed pitcher Thunderbird High School
(Phoenix, Arizona)
12 [55]
2002 Prince Fielder First baseman Eau Gallie High School
(Melbourne, Florida)
7 [56]
2003 Rickie Weeks Second baseman Southern University
(Baton Rouge, Louisiana)
2 [57]
2004 Mark Rogers Right-handed pitcher Mt. Ararat High School
(Topsham, Maine)
5 [58]
2005 Ryan Braun Third baseman University of Miami
(Coral Gables, Florida)
5 [59]
2006 Jeremy Jeffress Right-handed pitcher Halifax County High School
(South Boston, Virginia)
16 [60]
2007 Matt LaPorta First baseman University of Florida
(Gainesville, Florida)
7 [61]
2008 Brett Lawrie Third baseman Brookswood Secondary School
(Langley, British Columbia)
16 [62]
2008 Jake Odorizzi Right-handed pitcher Highland High School
(New Douglas, Illinois)
32§[k] [62]
2008 Evan Frederickson Left-handed pitcher University of San Francisco
(San Francisco, California)
35§[l] [62]
2009 Eric Arnett Right-handed pitcher Indiana University Bloomington
(Bloomington, Indiana)
26 [63]
2009 Kentrail Davis Outfielder University of Tennessee
(Knoxville, Tennessee)
39§[m] [63]
2009 Kyle Heckathorn Right-handed pitcher Kennesaw State University
(Kennesaw, Georgia)
47§[n] [63]
2010 Dylan Covey* Right-handed pitcher Maranatha High School
(Pasadena, California)
14 [64]
2011 Taylor Jungmann Right-handed pitcher University of Texas at Austin
(Austin, Texas)
12 [65]
2011 Jed Bradley Left-handed pitcher Georgia Institute of Technology
(Atlanta, Georgia)
15§[o] [65]
2012 Clint Coulter Catcher Union High School
(Camas, Washington)
27[p] [66]
2012 Victor Roache Outfielder Georgia Southern University
(Statesboro, Georgia)
28 [66]
2012 Mitch Haniger Outfielder California Polytechnic State University
(San Luis Obispo, California)
38§[q] [66]
2013 No first-round pick[r] [67]
2014 Kodi Medeiros Left-handed pitcher Waiakea High School
(Hilo, Hawaii)
12 [68]
2014 Jake Gatewood Shortstop Clovis High School
(Clovis, California)
41§[s] [68]
2015 Trent Clark Outfielder Richland High School
(North Richland Hills, Texas)
15 [69]
2015 Nathan Kirby Left-handed pitcher University of Virginia
(Charlottesville, Virginia)
40§[t] [69]
2016 Corey Ray Outfielder University of Louisville
(Louisville, Kentucky)
5 [70]
2017 Keston Hiura Second baseman UC Irvine
(Valencia, California)
9 [71]
2017 Tristen Lutz Outfielder Martin High School
(Arlington, Texas)
34§[u] [71]
2018 Brice Turang Shortstop Santiago High School
(Corona, California)
21 [72]
2019 Ethan Small Left-handed pitcher Mississippi State University
(Starkville, Mississippi)
28 [73]
2020 Garrett Mitchell Outfielder University of California, Los Angeles
(Los Angeles, California)
20 [74]

See also

Footnotes

  1. ^ Through the 2012 draft, free agents were evaluated by the Elias Sports Bureau and rated "Type A", "Type B", or not compensation-eligible. If a team offered arbitration to a player but that player refused and subsequently signed with another team, the original team was able to receive additional draft picks. If a "Type A" free agent left in this way, his previous team received a supplemental pick and a compensatory pick from the team with which he signed. If a "Type B" free agent left in this way, his previous team received only a supplemental pick.[12] Since the 2013 draft, free agents are no longer classified by type; instead, compensatory picks are only awarded if the team offered its free agent a contract worth at least the average of the 125 current richest MLB contracts.[13] However, if the free agent's last team acquired the player in a trade during the last year of his contract, it is ineligible to receive compensatory picks for that player.[14]
  1. ^ The Pilots and other expansion teams (Montreal Expos, Kansas City Royals, and San Diego Padres) did not receive first-round picks in 1968.[21] They began the selection process at the end of the fourth round of the regular phase.[22]
  2. ^ The Brewers lost their first-round pick in 1979 to the Detroit Tigers as compensation for signing free agent Jim Slaton.[33]
  3. ^ The Brewers lost their first-round pick in 1981 to the Toronto Blue Jays as compensation for signing free agent Roy Howell.[35]
  4. ^ The Brewers gained a supplemental pick in 1989 for failing to sign 1988 first-round draft pick Alex Fernandez.[43]
  5. ^ The Brewers lost their first-round pick in 1990 to the Oakland Athletics as compensation for signing free agent Dave Parker.[44]
  6. ^ The Brewers gained a compensatory first-round pick in 1991 from the Detroit Tigers for losing free agent Rob Deer.[45]
  7. ^ The Brewers gained a supplemental pick in 1992 for failing to sign 1991 first-round draft pick Kenny Henderson.[46]
  8. ^ The Brewers gained a compensatory first-round pick in 1993 from the Toronto Blue Jays for losing free agent Paul Molitor.[47]
  9. ^ The Brewers gained a supplemental pick in 1993 for losing free agent Chris Bosio.[47]
  10. ^ The Brewers gained a supplemental pick in 1993 for losing free agent Paul Molitor.[47]
  11. ^ The Brewers gained a supplemental pick in 2008 for losing free agent Francisco Cordero.[62]
  12. ^ The Brewers gained a supplemental pick in 2008 for losing free agent Scott Linebrink.[62]
  13. ^ The Brewers gained a supplemental pick in 2009 for losing free agent CC Sabathia.[63]
  14. ^ The Brewers gained a supplemental pick in 2009 for losing free agent Brian Shouse.[63]
  15. ^ The Brewers gained a supplemental pick in 2011 for failing to sign 2010 first-round draft pick Dylan Covey.[65]
  16. ^ The Brewers gained a compensatory pick in 2012 from the Detroit Tigers for losing free agent Prince Fielder.[66]
  17. ^ The Brewers gained a supplemental pick in 2012 for losing free agent Prince Fielder.[66]
  18. ^ The Brewers lost their first round pick in 2013 to the St. Louis Cardinals as compensation for signing free agent Kyle Lohse.[67]
  19. ^ Competitive Balance pick[68]
  20. ^ Competitive Balance pick[69]
  21. ^ Competitive Balance pick[71]

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