List of Chicago Cubs first-round draft picks

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1998 Rookie of the Year Award winner Kerry Wood is one of two Cubs first-round draft picks so honored.

The Chicago Cubs are a Major League Baseball (MLB) franchise based in Chicago, Illinois. They play in the National League Central division. Since the institution of MLB's Rule 4 Draft, the Cubs have selected 60 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 60 players picked in the first round by the Cubs, 30 have been pitchers, the most of any position; 24 of these were right-handed, while 6 were left-handed. Sixteen players picked in the initial round were outfielders, while eight shortstops, two catchers, and one player each at first base, second base, and third base were also taken.[3] The Cubs drafted 25 players out of high school, and 32 out of college. Chicago has drafted eleven players from high schools or colleges in the state of California, with six more coming from Texas and five from Indiana. The Cubs have also taken three players from their home state of Illinois.[3]

The Cubs' most recent World Series championship, in 2016, was the team's first in 108 years.[4] Four of the Cubs' first-round draft picks—Javier Báez (2011), Albert Almora (2012), Kris Bryant (2013), and Kyle Schwarber (2014)—were on the 2016 World Series roster. No pick has been elected to the Hall of Fame. Bryant is the Cubs' only first-round pick to be named Most Valuable Player in either the National or American League, winning NL honors in 2016.[5] He is also one of two picks to have been named NL Rookie of the Year with the Cubs, receiving this award in 2015;[6] the other is Kerry Wood, selected in 1995 and named Rookie of the Year in 1998.[7] One pick—1985 selection Rafael Palmeiro—is a member of both the 3,000 hit club and the 500 home run club.[8] The Cubs have held the first overall pick in the draft only once, in 1982, when they selected Shawon Dunston.[3]

The Cubs have received 13 compensatory picks, including nine selections made in the supplemental round of the draft 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][9][V] or, more recently, if a team fails to sign a draft pick from the previous year.[10] As the Cubs have signed all of their first-round picks, they have never been awarded a supplementary pick under this provision.

Key

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
§ Indicates a supplemental pick
'16 Player was a member of the Cubs' 2016 championship team

Picks

Shawon Dunston (1982) is the only player the Cubs have taken with the first overall pick.
Corey Patterson (1998) is one of fifteen outfielders drafted by the Cubs.
Lou Montañez (2000) is one of seven shortstops taken by the Cubs.
Mark Prior (2001) was selected to the 2003 All-Star team.
Tyler Colvin (2006) is the Cubs' fourth selection out of South Carolina.
Year Name Position School (location) Pick Ref
1965 Rick James Right-handed pitcher Coffee High School
(Florence, Alabama)
6 [11]
1966 Dean Burk Right-handed pitcher Highland High School
(Highland, Illinois)
5 [12]
1967 Terry Hughes Shortstop Dorman High School
(Spartanburg, South Carolina)
2 [13]
1968 Ralph Rickey Outfielder University of Oklahoma
(Norman, Oklahoma)
15 [14]
1969 Roger Metzger Shortstop St. Edward's University
(Austin, Texas)
16 [15]
1970 Gene Hiser Outfielder University of Maryland, College Park
(College Park, Maryland)
19 [16]
1971 Jeff Wehmeier Right-handed pitcher Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School
(Indianapolis, Indiana)
16 [17]
1972 Brian Vernoy Left-handed pitcher La Quinta High School
(La Quinta, California)
15 [18]
1973 Jerry Tabb First baseman University of Tulsa
(Tulsa, Oklahoma)
16 [19]
1974 Scot Thompson Outfielder Knoch High School
(Saxonburg, Pennsylvania)
7 [20]
1975 Brian Rosinski Outfielder Evanston Township High School
(Evanston, Illinois)
4 [21]
1976 Herman Segelke Right-handed pitcher El Camino High School
(San Francisco, California)
7 [22]
1977 Randy Martz Right-handed pitcher University of South Carolina
(Columbia, South Carolina)
12 [23]
1978 Bill Hayes Catcher Indiana State University
(Terre Haute, Indiana)
13 [24]
1979 Jon Perlman Right-handed pitcher Baylor University
(Waco, Texas)
12 [25]
1980 Don Schulze Right-handed pitcher Lake Park High School
(Roselle, Illinois)
11 [26]
1981 Joe Carter Outfielder Wichita State University
(Wichita, Kansas)
2 [27]
1981 Vance Lovelace Left-handed pitcher Hillsborough High School
(Tampa, Florida)
16[a] [27]
1982 Shawon Dunston Shortstop Thomas Jefferson High School
(Brooklyn, New York)
1 [28]
1982 Tony Woods Shortstop Whittier College
(Whittier, California)
17[b] [28]
1982 Stan Boderick Outfielder Thomas Richard Robinson High School
(Tampa, Florida)
27§[c] [28]
1983 Jackie Davidson Right-handed pitcher Everman Joe C. Bean High School
(Everman, Texas)
6 [29]
1984 Drew Hall Left-handed pitcher Morehead State University
(Morehead, Kentucky)
3 [30]
1985 Rafael Palmeiro Outfielder Mississippi State University
(Starkville, Mississippi)
22[d] [31]
1985 Dave Masters Right-handed pitcher University of California, Berkeley
(Berkeley, California)
24 [31]
1986 Derrick May Outfielder Newark High School
(Newark, Delaware)
9 [32]
1987 Mike Harkey Right-handed pitcher California State University, Fullerton
(Fullerton, California)
4 [33]
1988 Ty Griffin Second baseman Georgia Institute of Technology
(Atlanta, Georgia)
9 [34]
1989 Earl Cunningham Outfielder Lancaster High School
(Lancaster, South Carolina)
11 [35]
1990 Lance Dickson Left-handed pitcher University of Arizona
(Tucson, Arizona)
23 [36]
1991 Doug Glanville Outfielder University of Pennsylvania
(Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
12 [37]
1992 Derek Wallace Right-handed pitcher Pepperdine University
(Malibu, California)
11 [38]
1993 Brooks Kieschnick Outfielder University of Texas at Austin
(Austin, Texas)
10 [39]
1993 Jon Ratliff Right-handed pitcher Le Moyne College
(Syracuse, New York)
24[e] [39]
1993 Kevin Orie Shortstop Indiana University Bloomington
(Bloomington, Indiana)
29§[f] [39]
1994 Jayson Peterson Right-handed pitcher East High School
(Denver, Colorado)
15 [40]
1995 Kerry Wood Right-handed pitcher Grand Prairie High School
(Grand Prairie, Texas)
4 [41]
1996 Todd Noel Right-handed pitcher North Vermillion High School
(Maurice, Louisiana)
17 [42]
1997 Jon Garland Right-handed pitcher John F. Kennedy High School
(Granada Hills, California)
10 [43]
1998 Corey Patterson Outfielder Harrison High School
(Kennesaw, Georgia)
3 [44]
1999 Ben Christensen Outfielder Wichita State University
(Wichita, Kansas)
26 [45]
2000 Lou Montañez Shortstop Miami Coral Park High School
(Miami, Florida)
3 [46]
2001 Mark Prior Right-handed pitcher University of Southern California
(Los Angeles, California)
2 [47]
2002 Bobby Brownlie Right-handed pitcher Rutgers University–New Brunswick
(New Brunswick, New Jersey)
21 [48]
2002 Luke Hagerty Left-handed pitcher Ball State University
(Muncie, Indiana)
32§[g] [48]
2002 Chadd Blasko Right-handed pitcher Purdue University
(West Lafayette, Indiana)
36§[h] [48]
2002 Matthew Clanton Right-handed pitcher Orange Coast College
(Costa Mesa, California)
38§[i] [48]
2003 Ryan Harvey Outfielder Dunedin High School
(Dunedin, Florida)
6 [49]
2004 no first-round pick[j] [3]
2005 Mark Pawelek Left-handed pitcher Springville High School
(Springville, Utah)
20 [50]
2006 Tyler Colvin Outfielder Clemson University
(Clemson, South Carolina)
13 [51]
2007 Josh Vitters Third baseman Cypress High School
(Cypress, California)
3 [52]
2007 Josh Donaldson Catcher Auburn University
(Auburn, Alabama)
48§[k] [52]
2008 Andrew Cashner Right-handed pitcher Texas Christian University
(Fort Worth, Texas)
19 [53]
2008 Ryan Flaherty Shortstop Vanderbilt University
(Nashville, Tennessee)
41§[l] [53]
2009 Brett Jackson Outfielder University of California, Berkeley
(Berkeley, California)
31 [54]
2010 Hayden Simpson Right-handed pitcher Southern Arkansas University
(Magnolia, Arkansas)
16 [55]
2011 Javier Báez '16 Shortstop Arlington Country Day School
(Jacksonville, Florida)
9 [56]
2012 Albert Almora '16 Outfielder Mater Academy Charter School
(Hialeah Gardens, Florida)
6 [57]
2012 Pierce Johnson Right-handed pitcher Missouri State University
(Springfield, Missouri)
43§[m] [57]
2012 Paul Blackburn Right-handed pitcher Heritage High School
(Brentwood, California)[a]
56§[n] [57]
2013 Kris Bryant '16 Third baseman University of San Diego
(San Diego, California)
2 [58]
2014 Kyle Schwarber '16 Catcher Indiana University Bloomington
(Bloomington, Indiana)
4 [59]
2015 Ian Happ Outfielder University of Cincinnati
(Cincinnati, Ohio)
9 [60]
2016 no first-round pick o [3]
2017 Brendon Little Left-handed pitcher State College of Florida, Manatee–Sarasota

(Bradenton, Florida)

27 [61]
2018 Nico Hoerner Shortstop Stanford University 24
Notes
  1. ^ This is the city in Contra Costa County, and not to be confused with the Los Angeles neighborhood of the same name.

See also

Footnotes

  • V 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.[62] 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.[63] 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.[64]
  • a The Cubs gained a compensatory first-round pick in 1981 from the Cincinnati Reds for losing free agent Larry Biittner.[65]
  • b The Cubs gained a compensatory first-round pick in 1982 from the Montreal Expos for losing free agent Tim Blackwell.[66]
  • c The Cubs gained a supplemental first-round pick in 1982 for losing free agent Tim Blackwell.[66]
  • d The Cubs gained a compensatory first-round pick in 1985 from the Baltimore Orioles for losing free agent Tim Stoddard.[67]
  • e The Cubs gained a compensatory first-round pick in 1993 from the Atlanta Braves for losing free agent Greg Maddux.[68]
  • f The Cubs gained a supplemental first-round pick in 1993 for losing free agent Greg Maddux.[68]
  • g The Cubs gained a supplemental first-round pick in 2002 for losing free agent David Weathers.[69]
  • h The Cubs gained a supplemental first-round pick in 2002 for losing free agent Rondell White.[69]
  • i The Cubs gained a supplemental first-round pick in 2002 for losing free agent Todd Van Poppel.[69]
  • j The Cubs lost their first-round pick in 2004 to the Minnesota Twins as compensation for signing free agent LaTroy Hawkins.[70]
  • k The Cubs gained a supplemental first-round pick in 2007 for losing free agent Juan Pierre.[71]
  • l The Cubs gained a supplemental first-round pick in 2008 for losing free agent Jason Kendall.[72]
  • m The Cubs gained a supplemental first-round pick in 2012 for losing free agent Aramis Ramírez.[57]
  • n The Cubs gained a supplemental first-round pick in 2012 for losing free agent Carlos Pena.[57]
  • o The Cubs lost their first-round pick in 2016 to the St. Louis Cardinals as compensation for signing free agent Jason Heyward.[73]

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