List of Los Angeles Angels first-round draft picks

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Jim Abbott (1988), born without a right hand, won the 1987 Golden Spikes Award, the 1992 Tony Conigliaro Award, and the 1995 Hutch Award.

The Los Angeles Angels[1] are a Major League Baseball franchise based in Anaheim, California. They play in the American League West division. Since the institution of Major League Baseball's Rule 4 Draft in 1965, the Angels have selected 62 players in the first round. Officially known as the "First-Year Player Draft",[2] the Rule 4 Draft is Major League Baseball's primary mechanism for assigning amateur players from high schools, colleges, and other amateur 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.[2] In addition, teams which lost free agents in the previous off-season may be awarded compensatory or supplementary picks.[3]

Of the 62 players drafted by the Angels, 28 have been pitchers, the most of any position; 18 of these were right-handed, while 10 were left-handed. Twelve outfielders, seven shortstops, four third basemen, and four first basemen were also taken. No second basemen have been selected.[4] Thirteen of the players came from high schools or universities in the state of California, while Florida follows with six players. Four players have been selected from both Illinois and Georgia. All players selected have been from the United States. The franchise has made five selections in the same draft three times, in 1986, 2009, and 2010.[4]

Two Angels first-round picks, outfielder Darin Erstad (1995) and third basemen Troy Glaus (1997), played with the 2002 World Series championship team. Outfielder Mike Trout, who was chosen in 2009 and has spent his entire MLB career to date with the Angels, was named American League Rookie of the Year in 2012, and has finished no worse than second in voting for American League Most Valuable Player in each of his first five full seasons with the Angels, winning that award in 2014 and 2016.[5] Pitcher Jim Abbott (1988), born without a right hand, won the 1987 Golden Spikes Award while playing at the University of Michigan, and the 1992 Tony Conigliaro Award and the 1995 Hutch Award while with the Angels.[6] Danny Goodwin (1975), who was picked first overall in 1971 by the Chicago White Sox but opted for four years of college, is the only player to be selected first in the draft on two separate occasions.[7][8]

The team has made 13 selections in the supplemental round of the draft and 21 compensatory picks since the institution of the First-Year Player Draft in 1965.[4] These additional picks are provided when a team loses a particularly valuable free agent in the prior off-season,[3][9][V] or, more recently, if a team fails to sign a draft pick from the previous year.[10] The Angels have failed to sign one of their first-round picks, Alan Bannister (1969), but received no compensation.[11][12] The franchise has made the first overall selection twice, in 1975 and 1995.[8]

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 overall number of the pick
*
Player did not sign with the Angels
§
Indicates a supplemental pick
'02
Player was a member of Angels' 2002 championship team

Selections

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Darin Erstad (1995), one of two first round selections of the Angels from Nebraska, was part of the 2002 World Series championship team.
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Troy Glaus (1997) is one of thirteen players drafted from an institution based in the Angels' home state of California.
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Casey Kotchman (2001) played with the Angels for four years before being traded to the Atlanta Braves.[13]
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Jered Weaver (2004) was drafted twelfth overall by the Angels after winning the Roger Clemens, Dick Howser, Golden Spikes, and Baseball America High School Player of the Year awards.[14]
Year Name Position School (Location) Pick Ref
1965 Spencer, JimJim Spencer First baseman Andover High School
(Glen Burnie, Maryland)
11 [15]
1966 DeNeff, JimJim DeNeff Shortstop Indiana University Bloomington
(Bloomington, Indiana)
8 [16]
1967 Nunn, MikeMike Nunn Catcher Ben L. Smith High School
(Greensboro, North Carolina)
9 [17]
1968 Allen, LloydLloyd Allen Right-handed pitcher Selma High School
(Selma, California)
12 [18]
1969 Bannister, AlanAlan Bannister* Shortstop John F. Kennedy High School
(La Palma, California)
5 [11][19]
1970 Dade, PaulPaul Dade Third baseman Nathan Hale High School
(Seattle, Washington)
10 [20]
1971 Tanana, FrankFrank Tanana Left-handed pitcher Catholic Central High School
(Grand Rapids, Michigan)
13 [21]
1972 Chalk, DaveDave Chalk Third baseman University of Texas at Austin
(Austin, Texas)
10 [22]
1973 Taylor, BillyBilly Taylor Outfielder Windsor Forest High School
(Savannah, Georgia)
7 [23]
1974 Miley, MikeMike Miley Shortstop Louisiana State University
(Baton Rouge, Louisiana)
10 [24]
1975 Goodwin, DannyDanny Goodwin Catcher Southern University
(Baton Rouge, Louisiana)
1[a] [25]
1976 Landreaux, KenKen Landreaux Outfielder Arizona State University
(Tempe, Arizona)
6 [26]
1977 Dotson, RichardRichard Dotson Right-handed pitcher Anderson High School
(Cincinnati, Ohio)
7 [27]
1978 Brunansky, TomTom Brunansky Outfielder West Covina High School
(Covina, California)
14 [28]
1979 no first-round pick[b] [4]
1980 Rasmussen, DennisDennis Rasmussen Left-handed pitcher Creighton University
(Omaha, Nebraska)
17§[c] [29]
1981 Schofield, DickDick Schofield Shortstop Sacred Heart-Griffin High School
(Springfield, Illinois)
3 [30]
1982 Kipper, BobBob Kipper Left-handed pitcher Aurora Central Catholic High School
(Aurora, Illinois)
8 [31]
1983 Doran, MarkMark Doran Outfielder University of Wisconsin–Madison
(Madison, Wisconsin)
23 [32]
1984 Pappas, ErikErik Pappas Catcher Mount Carmel High School
(Chicago, Illinois)
6 [33]
1985 Fraser, WillieWillie Fraser Right-handed pitcher Concordia College
(Bronxville, New York)
15 [34]
1985 Cook, MikeMike Cook Right-handed pitcher University of South Carolina
(Columbia, South Carolina)
19[d] [34]
1986 Hernández, RobertoRoberto Hernández Right-handed pitcher University of South Carolina Aiken
(Aiken, South Carolina)
16[e] [35]
1986 Stevens, LeeLee Stevens Outfielder Lawrence High School
(Lawrence, Kansas)
22 [35]
1986 Carr, TerryTerry Carr Outfielder James M. Bennett High School
(Salisbury, Maryland)
25[f] [35]
1986 Fetters, MikeMike Fetters Right-handed pitcher Pepperdine University
(Malibu, California)
27§[g] [35]
1986 Green, DarylDaryl Green Right-handed pitcher Nacogdoches High School
(Nacogdoches, Texas)
28§[h] [35]
1987 Orton, JohnJohn Orton Catcher California Polytechnic State University
(San Luis Obispo, California)
25 [36]
1987 Holdridge, DavidDavid Holdridge Right-handed pitcher Ocean View High School
(Huntington Beach, California)
31§[i] [36]
1988 Abbott, JimJim Abbott Left-handed pitcher University of Michigan
(Ann Arbor, Michigan)
8 [37]
1989 Abbott, KyleKyle Abbott Left-handed pitcher California State University, Long Beach
(Long Beach, California)
9 [38]
1990 no first-round pick[j] [4]
1991 Perez, EduardoEduardo Pérez First baseman Florida State University
(Tallahassee, Florida)
17 [39]
1991 Fabregas, JorgeJorge Fábregas Third baseman University of Miami
(Coral Gables, Florida)
34§[k] [39]
1992 Janicki, PetePete Janicki Right-handed pitcher University of California, Los Angeles
(Los Angeles, California)
8 [40]
1992 Schmidt, JeffJeff Schmidt Right-handed pitcher University of Minnesota
(Minneapolis, Minnesota)
29§[l] [40]
1993 Anderson, BrianBrian Anderson Left-handed pitcher Wright State University
(Fairborn, Ohio)
3 [41]
1994 Christensen, McKayMcKay Christensen Outfielder Clovis West High School
(Fresno, California)
6 [42]
1995 Erstad, DarinDarin Erstad'02 Outfielder University of Nebraska–Lincoln
(Lincoln, Nebraska)
1 [43]
1996 no first-round pick[m] [4]
1997 Glaus, TroyTroy Glaus'02 Third baseman University of California, Los Angeles
(Los Angeles, California)
3 [44]
1998 Etherton, SethSeth Etherton Right-handed pitcher University of Southern California
(Los Angeles, California)
18 [45]
1999 no first-round pick[n] [4]
2000 Torres, JoeJoe Torres Left-handed pitcher Gateway High School
(Kissimmee, Florida)
10 [46]
2000 Bootcheck, ChrisChris Bootcheck Right-handed pitcher Auburn University
(Auburn, Alabama)
20[o] [46]
2001 Kotchman, CaseyCasey Kotchman First baseman Seminole High School
(Seminole, Florida)
13 [47]
2001 Mathis, JeffJeff Mathis Third baseman Marianna High School
(Marianna, Florida)
33§[p] [47]
2002 Saunders, JoeJoe Saunders Left-handed pitcher Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
(Blacksburg, Virginia)
12 [48]
2003 Wood, BrandonBrandon Wood Shortstop Horizon High School
(Scottsdale, Arizona)
23 [49]
2004 Weaver, JeredJered Weaver Right-handed pitcher California State University, Long Beach
(Long Beach, California)
12 [50]
2005 Bell, TrevorTrevor Bell Right-handed pitcher Crescenta Valley High School
(La Crescenta-Montrose, California)
37§[q] [51]
2006 Conger, HankHank Conger Catcher Huntington Beach High School
(Huntington Beach, California)
25 [52]
2007 Bachanov, JonathanJonathan Bachanov Right-handed pitcher University High School
(Orlando, Florida)
58§[r] [53]
2008 no first-round pick[s] [4]
2009 Grichuk, RandalRandal Grichuk Outfielder Lamar Consolidated High School
(Rosenberg, Texas)
24[t] [54]
2009 Trout, MikeMike Trout Outfielder Millville Senior High School
(Millville, New Jersey)
25[u] [54]
2009 Skaggs, TylerTyler Skaggs Left-handed pitcher Santa Monica High School
(Santa Monica, California)
40§[v] [54]
2009 Richards, GarrettGarrett Richards Right-handed pitcher University of Oklahoma
(Norman, Oklahoma)
42§[v] [54]
2009 Kehrer, TylerTyler Kehrer Left-handed pitcher Eastern Illinois University
(Charleston, Illinois)
48§[v] [54]
2010 Cowart, KalebKaleb Cowart Right-handed pitcher Cook County High School
(Adel, Georgia)
18[w] [55]
2010 Bedrosian, CamCam Bedrosian Right-handed pitcher East Coweta High School
(Sharpsburg, Georgia)
29[x] [55]
2010 Clarke, ChevyChevy Clarke Outfielder Marietta High School
(Marietta, Georgia)
30 [55]
2010 Lindsey, TaylorTaylor Lindsey Shortstop Desert Mountain High School
(Scottsdale, Arizona)
37§[y] [55]
2010 Bolden, RyanRyan Bolden Outfielder Madison Central High School
(Madison, Mississippi)
40§[y] [55]
2011 Cron, C. J.C. J. Cron First baseman University of Utah
(Salt Lake City, Utah)
17 [56]
2012 no first-round pick[z]
2013 no first-round pick
2014 Newcomb, SeanSean Newcomb Left-handed pitcher University of Hartford
(West Hartford, Connecticut)
15 [57]
2015 Ward, TaylorTaylor Ward Catcher California State University, Fresno
(Fresno, California)
25 [58]
2016 Thaiss, MattMatt Thaiss Catcher University of Virginia
(Charlottesville, Virginia)
16 [59]

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.[10] 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.[60] 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.[61]
  • a Goodwin was also selected first overall in the 1971 draft by the Chicago White Sox, but instead opted for four years of college.[7]
  • b The Angels lost their first-round pick in 1979 to the San Francisco Giants as compensation for signing free agent Jim Barr.[62]
  • c The Angels lost their original first-round pick in 1980 to the Pittsburgh Pirates as compensation for signing free agent Bruce Kison, but received a compensatory first-round pick from the Houston Astros for losing free agent Nolan Ryan.[29]
  • d The Angels gained a compensatory first-round pick in 1985 from the Baltimore Orioles as compensation for losing free agent Fred Lynn.[34]
  • e The Angels gained a compensatory first-round pick in 1986 from the Baltimore Orioles as compensation for losing free agent Juan Beníquez.[35]
  • f The Angels gained a compensatory first-round pick in 1986 from the New York Yankees as compensation for losing free agent Al Holland.[35]
  • g The Angels gained a supplemental first-round pick in 1986 for losing free agent Juan Beníquez.[35]
  • h The Angels gained a supplemental first-round pick in 1986 for losing free agent Al Holland.[35]
  • i The Angels gained a supplemental first-round pick in 1987 for losing free agent Reggie Jackson.[36]
  • j The Angels lost their first-round pick in 1990 to the Montreal Expos as compensation for signing free agent Mark Langston.[63]
  • k The Angels gained a supplemental first-round pick in 1991 for losing free agent Chili Davis.[39]
  • l The Angels gained a supplemental first-round pick in 1992 for losing free agent Wally Joyner.[40]
  • m The Angels lost their first-round pick in 1996 to the New York Yankees as compensation for signing free agent Randy Velarde.[64]
  • n The Angels lost their first-round pick in 1999 to the Boston Red Sox as compensation for signing free agent Mo Vaughn.[65]
  • o The Angels gained a compensatory first-round pick in 2000 from the Oakland Athletics as compensation for losing free agent Mike Magnante.[46]
  • p The Angels gained a supplemental first-round pick in 2001 for losing free agent Mark Petkovsek.[47]
  • q The Angels lost their original first-round pick in 2005 to the Boston Red Sox as compensation for signing free agent Orlando Cabrera, but received a supplemental first-round pick for losing free agent Troy Percival.[51]
  • r The Angels lost their original first-round pick in 2007 to the Texas Rangers as compensation for signing free agent Gary Matthews Jr., but received a supplemental first-round pick for losing free agent Adam Kennedy.[53]
  • s The Angels lost their first-round pick in 2008 to the Minnesota Twins as compensation for signing free agent Torii Hunter.[66]
  • t The Angels gained a compensatory first-round pick in 2009 from the New York Mets as compensation for losing free agent Francisco Rodríguez.[54]
  • u The Angels gained a compensatory first-round pick in 2009 from the New York Yankees as compensation for losing free agent Mark Teixeira.[54]
  • v The Angels gained picks 40, 42, and 48 in the 2009 supplemental round for losing free agents Mark Teixeira, Francisco Rodríguez, and Jon Garland, respectively.[54]
  • w The Angels gained a compensatory first-round pick in 2010 from the Seattle Mariners as compensation for losing free agent Chone Figgins.[55]
  • x The Angels gained a compensatory first-round pick in 2010 from the Boston Red Sox as compensation for losing free agent John Lackey.[55]
  • y The Angels gained picks 37 and 40 in the 2010 supplemental round for losing free agents Chone Figgins and John Lackey, respectively.[55]
  • z The Angels lost their first-round pick in 2012 to the St. Louis Cardinals as compensation for signing free agent Albert Pujols.

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External links

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