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List of Texas Rangers first-round draft picks

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Mark Teixeira (2001) played 162 games for the Rangers in back-to-back seasons and finished second in the MVP voting in 2009.
Mark Teixeira (2001) played 162 games for the Rangers in back-to-back seasons and finished second in the MVP voting in 2009.

The Texas Rangers are a Major League Baseball (MLB) franchise based in the Dallas–Fort Worth metropolitan area. They play in the American League West division. Before 1972 (and for the first seven years of the draft), they were known as the Washington Senators and based in Washington, D.C. Since the institution of MLB's Rule 4 Draft, the Rangers franchise has selected 68 players in the first round. Officially known as the "First-Year Player Draft",[1] the Rule 4 Draft is MLB's primary mechanism for assigning amateur baseball players from high schools, colleges, and other amateur baseball clubs to its teams. The draft order is determined based on the previous season's standings, with the team possessing the worst record receiving the first pick.[1] In addition, teams which lost free agents in the previous off-season may be awarded compensatory or supplementary picks.[2]

Of the 71 players picked in the first round by Washington or Texas, 37 have been pitchers, the most of any position; 27 of these were right-handed, while 10 were left-handed. Twelve outfielders, nine third basemen, six shortstops, four catchers, two first basemen, and one second baseman were also taken.[3] Fourteen of the players came from high schools or colleges in the state of Texas, and California follows with ten players.[3] The Rangers have drafted one player, Tanner Scheppers in 2009, who was playing in the American Association of Independent Professional Baseball at the time of the draft. Scheppers was originally drafted by the Baltimore Orioles in the 29th round of the 2005 MLB Draft, and by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the second round of the 2008 MLB Draft.[4]

None of the Rangers' first-round picks have won a World Series championship with the team, and no pick has been elected to the Hall of Fame. None of these picks have won the MLB Rookie of the Year award, although Oddibe McDowell (1984) placed fourth in the voting in 1985.[5] The Rangers had the first overall selection twice in the draft, which they used on Jeff Burroughs (1969) and David Clyde (1973).[3] Clyde made his debut for the Rangers 20 days after he pitched his high school team to the state finals in the franchise's first sellout at Arlington Stadium.[6]

The Rangers have made 19 selections in the supplemental round of the draft and 26 compensatory picks since the institution of the First-Year Player Draft in 1965.[3] These additional picks are provided when a team loses a particularly valuable free agent in the previous off-season,[2][7][A] or, more recently, if a team fails to sign a draft pick from the previous year.[8] The Rangers have failed to sign one of their first-round picks, Matt Purke (2009), and received the 15th pick in 2010 as compensation.[11]

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
* Player did not sign with the Rangers
§ Indicates a supplemental pick

Picks

Ron Darling (1980) is the only player drafted by the Rangers in the first round from an Ivy League school.
Ron Darling (1980) is the only player drafted by the Rangers in the first round from an Ivy League school.
R.A. Dickey (1996) is one of two players drafted by the Rangers from the University of Tennessee.
R.A. Dickey (1996) is one of two players drafted by the Rangers from the University of Tennessee.
Colby Lewis (1999) is the only player drafted from a junior college by the Rangers in the first round.
Colby Lewis (1999) is the only player drafted from a junior college by the Rangers in the first round.
John Danks (2003) is one of seven high school players from Texas selected in the first round by the Rangers.
John Danks (2003) is one of seven high school players from Texas selected in the first round by the Rangers.
Eric Hurley (2004) is one of five players the Rangers drafted from Florida.
Eric Hurley (2004) is one of five players the Rangers drafted from Florida.
Julio Borbón (2007) is one of five players drafted by the Rangers in the first round of the 2007 draft.
Julio Borbón (2007) is one of five players drafted by the Rangers in the first round of the 2007 draft.
Kellin Deglan (2010) is the only first-round pick drafted by the Rangers from a school outside the United States.
Kellin Deglan (2010) is the only first-round pick drafted by the Rangers from a school outside the United States.
Year Name Position School (location) Pick Ref.
1965 Joe Coleman Right-handed pitcher Natick High School
(Natick, Massachusetts)
3 [12]
1966 Tom Grieve Outfielder Pittsfield High School
(Pittsfield, Massachusetts)
6 [13]
1967 John Jones Catcher Loretto High School
(St. Joseph, Tennessee)
5 [14]
1968 Don Castle Left-handed pitcher Coldwater High School
(Coldwater, Mississippi)
8 [15]
1969 Jeff Burroughs Outfielder Wilson Classical High School
(Long Beach, California)
1 [16]
1970 Charles Maxwell Third baseman Zane Trace High School
(Chillicothe, Ohio)
14 [17]
1971 Roger Quiroga Right-handed pitcher Ball High School
(Galveston, Texas)
4 [18]
1972 Roy Howell Third baseman Lompoc High School
(Lompoc, California)
7 [19]
1973 David Clyde Left-handed pitcher Westchester High School
(Houston, Texas)
1 [20]
1974 Tommy Boggs Right-handed pitcher Lanier High School
(Austin, Texas)
2 [21]
1975 Jim Gideon Right-handed pitcher University of Texas at Austin
(Austin, Texas)
17 [22]
1976 Billy Simpson Outfielder Lakewood High School
(Lakewood, California)
12 [23]
1977 David Hibner Shortstop Howell High School
(Howell, Michigan)
9 [24]
1978 No first-round pick[a] [3]
1979 Jerry Don Gleaton Left-handed pitcher University of Texas at Austin
(Austin, Texas)
17 [26]
1980 Tim Maki Right-handed pitcher Carroll High School
(Huntertown, Indiana)
14 [27]
1981 Ron Darling Right-handed pitcher Yale University
(New Haven, Connecticut)
9 [28]
1981 Al Lachowicz Right-handed pitcher University of Pittsburgh
(Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)
24[b] [28]
1982 No first-round pick[c] [3]
1983 Jeff Kunkel Shortstop Rider University
(Lawrenceville, New Jersey)
3 [31]
1984 Oddibe McDowell Outfielder Arizona State University
(Tempe, Arizona)
12 [32]
1985 Bobby Witt Right-handed pitcher University of Oklahoma
(Norman, Oklahoma)
3 [33]
1986 Kevin Brown Right-handed pitcher Georgia Institute of Technology
(Atlanta, Georgia)
4 [34]
1987 Brian Bohanon Left-handed pitcher North Shore High School
(Houston, Texas)
19 [35]
1987 Bill Haselman Catcher University of California, Los Angeles
(Los Angeles, California)
23[d] [35]
1987 Mark Petkovsek Right-handed pitcher University of Texas at Austin
(Austin, Texas)
29§[e] [35]
1988 Monty Fariss Shortstop Oklahoma State University–Stillwater
(Stillwater, Oklahoma)
6 [37]
1989 Donald Harris Outfielder Texas Tech University
(Lubbock, Texas)
5 [38]
1990 Dan Smith Left-handed pitcher Creighton University
(Omaha, Nebraska)
16 [39]
1991 Benji Gil Shortstop Castle Park High School
(Chula Vista, California)
19 [40]
1992 Rick Helling Right-handed pitcher Stanford University
(Stanford, California)
22 [41]
1993 Mike Bell Third baseman Moeller High School
(Cincinnati, Ohio)
30§[f] [43]
1994 No first-round pick[g] [3]
1995 Jonathan Johnson Right-handed pitcher Florida State University
(Tallahassee, Florida)
7 [45]
1996 R.A. Dickey Right-handed pitcher University of Tennessee
(Knoxville, Tennessee)
18 [46]
1996 Sam Marsonek Right-handed pitcher Jesuit High School
(Tampa, Florida)
24[h] [46]
1996 Corey Lee Left-handed pitcher North Carolina State University
(Raleigh, North Carolina)
32§[i] [46]
1997 Jason Romano Third baseman Hillsborough High School
(Tampa, Florida)
39§[j] [49]
1998 Carlos Peña First baseman Northeastern University
(Boston, Massachusetts)
10 [50]
1999 Colby Lewis Right-handed pitcher Bakersfield College
(Bakersfield, California)
38§[k] [52]
1999 Mike Head Right-handed pitcher Soddy Daisy High School
(Soddy-Daisy, Tennessee)
47§[l] [52]
2000 Scott Heard Catcher Rancho Bernardo High School
(San Diego, California)
25[m] [54]
2000 Tyrell Godwin Outfielder University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
(Chapel Hill, North Carolina)
35§[n] [54]
2000 Chad Hawkins Right-handed pitcher Baylor University
(Waco, Texas)
39§[o] [54]
2001 Mark Teixeira Third baseman Georgia Institute of Technology
(Atlanta, Georgia)
5 [55]
2002 Drew Meyer Shortstop University of South Carolina
(Columbia, South Carolina)
10 [56]
2003 John Danks Left-handed pitcher Round Rock High School
(Round Rock, Texas)
9 [57]
2004 Thomas Diamond Right-handed pitcher University of New Orleans
(New Orleans, Louisiana)
10 [58]
2004 Eric Hurley Right-handed pitcher Samuel W. Wolfson High School
(Jacksonville, Florida)
30[p] [58]
2005 John Mayberry Jr. Outfielder Stanford University
(Stanford, California)
19 [60]
2006 Kasey Kiker Left-handed pitcher Russell County High School
(Seale, Alabama)
12 [61]
2007 Blake Beavan Right-handed pitcher Irving High School
(Irving, Texas)
17[q] [63]
2007 Michael Main Right-handed pitcher DeLand High School
(DeLand, Florida)
24[r] [63]
2007 Julio Borbón Outfielder University of Tennessee
(Knoxville, Tennessee)
35§[s] [63]
2007 Neil Ramírez Right-handed pitcher Kempsville High School
(Virginia Beach, Virginia)
44§[t] [63]
2007 Tommy Hunter Right-handed pitcher University of Alabama
(Tuscaloosa, Alabama)
54§[u] [63]
2008 Justin Smoak First baseman University of South Carolina
(Columbia, South Carolina)
11 [64]
2009 Matt Purke* Left-handed pitcher Klein High School
(Klein, Texas)
14 [65]
2009 Tanner Scheppers Right-handed pitcher St. Paul Saints
(Independent baseball)
44§[v] [65]
2010 Jake Skole Outfielder Blessed Trinity Catholic High School
(Roswell, Georgia)
15[w] [67]
2010 Kellin Deglan Catcher R. E. Mountain Secondary School
(Langley, British Columbia)
22 [67]
2010 Luke Jackson Right-handed pitcher Calvary Christian High School
(Clearwater, Florida)
45§[x] [67]
2010 Mike Olt Third baseman University of Connecticut
(Storrs, Connecticut)
49§[y] [67]
2011 Kevin Matthews Left-handed pitcher Richmond Hill High School
(Richmond Hill, Georgia)
33[z] [70]
2011 Zach Cone Outfielder University of Georgia
(Athens, Georgia)
37§[aa] [70]
2012 Lewis Brinson Outfielder Coral Springs High School
(Coral Springs, Florida)
29 [71]
2012 Joey Gallo Third baseman Bishop Gorman High School
(Las Vegas, Nevada)
39§[ab] [71]
2012 Collin Wiles Right-handed pitcher Blue Valley West High School
(Stilwell, Kansas)
53§[ac] [71]
2013 Alex Gonzalez Right-handed pitcher Oral Roberts University
(Tulsa, Oklahoma)
23 [72]
2013 Travis Demeritte Third baseman Winder-Barrow High School
(Winder, Georgia)
30§[ad] [72]
2014 Luis Ortiz Right-handed pitcher Sanger Union High School
(Sanger, California)
30§[ae] [73]
2015 Dillon Tate Right-handed pitcher University of California, Santa Barbara
(Santa Barbara, California)
4 [74]
2016 Cole Ragans Left-handed pitcher North Florida Christian High School
(Tallahassee, Florida)
30§[af] [75]
2017 Bubba Thompson Outfielder McGill–Toolen Catholic High School
(Mobile, Alabama)
26 [76]
2017 Chris Seise Shortstop West Orange High School
(Winter Garden, Florida)
29 [76]
2018 Cole Winn Right-handed pitcher Lutheran High School of Orange County
(Orange, California)
15 [77]
2019 Josh Jung Third baseman Texas Tech University
(Lubbock, Texas)
8 [78]
2019 Davis Wendzel Third baseman Baylor University
(Waco, Texas)
41§[ag] [78]
2020 Justin Foscue Second baseman Mississippi State University
(Starkville, Mississippi)
14 [80]

See also

Notes

  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.[8] 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.[9] 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.[10]
  1. ^ The Rangers lost their first-round pick in 1978 to the Oakland Athletics as compensation for signing free agent Mike Jorgensen.[25]
  2. ^ The Rangers gained a compensatory first-round pick in 1981 from the Houston Astros for losing free agent Dave Roberts.[29]
  3. ^ The Rangers lost their first-round pick in 1982 to the Boston Red Sox as compensation for signing free agent Frank Tanana.[30]
  4. ^ The Rangers gained a compensatory first-round pick in 1987 from the New York Yankees for losing free agent Gary Ward.[36]
  5. ^ The Rangers gained a supplemental first-round pick in 1987 for losing free agent Gary Ward.[36]
  6. ^ The Rangers gained a supplemental first-round pick in 1993 for losing free agent José Guzmán.[42]
  7. ^ The Rangers lost their first-round pick in 1994 to the San Francisco Giants as compensation for signing free agent Will Clark.[44]
  8. ^ The Rangers gained a compensatory first-round pick in 1996 from the New York Yankees for losing free agent Kenny Rogers.[47]
  9. ^ The Rangers gained a supplemental first-round pick in 1996 for losing free agent Kenny Rogers.[47]
  10. ^ The Rangers gained a supplemental first-round pick in 1997 for losing free agent Mike Stanton.[48]
  11. ^ The Rangers gained a supplemental first-round pick in 1999 for losing free agent Todd Stottlemyre.[51]
  12. ^ The Rangers gained a supplemental first-round pick in 1999 for losing free agent Will Clark.[51]
  13. ^ The Rangers gained a compensatory first-round pick in 2000 from the New York Mets for losing free agent Todd Zeile.[53]
  14. ^ The Rangers gained a supplemental first-round pick in 2000 for losing free agent Aaron Sele.[53]
  15. ^ The Rangers gained a supplemental first-round pick in 2000 for losing free agent Todd Zeile.[53]
  16. ^ The Rangers gained a compensatory first-round pick in 2004 from the Atlanta Braves for losing free agent John Thomson.[59]
  17. ^ The Rangers gained a compensatory first-round pick in 2007 from the Houston Astros for losing free agent Carlos Lee.[62]
  18. ^ The Rangers gained a compensatory first-round pick in 2007 from the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim for losing free agent Gary Matthews, Jr..[62]
  19. ^ The Rangers gained a supplemental first-round pick in 2007 for losing free agent Carlos Lee.[62]
  20. ^ The Rangers gained a supplemental first-round pick in 2007 for losing free agent Gary Matthews, Jr.[62]
  21. ^ The Rangers gained a supplemental first-round pick in 2007 for losing free agent Mark DeRosa.[62]
  22. ^ The Rangers gained a supplemental first-round pick in 2009 for losing free agent Milton Bradley.[66]
  23. ^ The Rangers gained a compensatory first-round pick in 2010 for failing to sign draft pick Matt Purke.[11]
  24. ^ The Rangers gained a supplemental first-round pick in 2010 for losing free agent Iván Rodríguez.[68]
  25. ^ The Rangers gained a supplemental first-round pick in 2010 for losing free agent Marlon Byrd.[68]
  26. ^ The Rangers gained a compensatory first-round pick in 2011 from the Philadelphia Phillies for losing free agent Cliff Lee.[69]
  27. ^ The Rangers gained a supplemental first-round pick in 2011 for losing free agent Cliff Lee.[69]
  28. ^ The Rangers gained a supplemental first-round pick in 2012 for losing free agent C. J. Wilson.[71]
  29. ^ The Rangers gained a supplemental first-round pick in 2012 for losing free agent Octavio Dotel.[71]
  30. ^ The Rangers gained a compensatory first-round pick in 2013 for losing free agent Josh Hamilton.[72]
  31. ^ The Rangers gained a compensatory first-round pick in 2014 for losing free agent Nelson Cruz.[73]
  32. ^ The Rangers gained a compensatory first-round pick in 2016 for losing free agent Yovani Gallardo.[75]
  33. ^ The Rangers gained a Competitive Balance Round A pick in 2019 from the Milwaukee Brewers in a trade for Alex Claudio.[79]

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