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23rd Round of the 1971 MLB June Amateur Draft
    Other Rounds:1970 23rd / 1971 22nd / 1971 23rd / 1971 24th / 1972 23rd

Drafted Players

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Year Rnd DT OvPck FrRnd RdPck Tm Name Pos WAR G AB HR BA OPS G W L ERA WHIP SV Type Drafted Out of
1971 23 531 FrRnd 1 White Sox John Friess (minors) OF 4Yr Wisconsin State University (River Falls, WI)
1971 23 532 FrRnd 2 Brewers Walter Pierson (minors) LHP HS Delaware Valley HS (Milford, NJ)
1971 23 533 FrRnd 3 Expos Gary Alexander (minors) C 0.6 432 1276 55 .230 .722 JC Los Angeles Harbor College (Wilmington, CA)
1971 23 534 FrRnd 4 Royals Kent Agler (minors) RHP 4Yr California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo (San Luis Obispo, CA)
1971 23 535 FrRnd 5 Phillies Gregory Ferguson (minors) RHP HS Arlington Heights HS (Fort Worth, TX)
1971 23 536 FrRnd 6 Senators Walter Rzepiennik (minors) RHP JC Community College of Baltimore County, Catonsville Campus (Catonsville, MD)
1971 23 537 FrRnd 7 Cardinals Mike Voskovitch (minors) LHP HS South HS (Commack, NY)
1971 23 538 FrRnd 8 Indians Jeffrey Roser (minors) RHP JC Okaloosa-Walton College (Niceville, FL)
1971 23 539 FrRnd 9 Braves Larry Liedy (minors) SS JC College of Staten Island (Staten Island, NY)
1971 23 540 FrRnd 10 Tigers Bob Flanders (minors) OF 4Yr Brown University (Providence, RI)
1971 23 541 FrRnd 11 Angels Thomas Smith (minors) 1B 4Yr Ohio University (Athens, OH)
1971 23 542 FrRnd 12 Mets Mark DeJohn (minors) 3B 0.0 24 21 0 .190 .606 HS Wilson HS (Middletown, CT)
1971 23 543 FrRnd 13 Red Sox Ken Inglis (minors) LHP 4Yr Montclair State University (Montclair, NJ)
1971 23 544 FrRnd 14 Cubs Guy Hollingsworth (minors) LHP HS South Natchez HS (South Natchez, MS)
1971 23 545 FrRnd 15 Athletics Ronald Wilson (minors) RHP HS Charter Oak HS (Covina, CA)
1971 23 546 FrRnd 16 Giants Frank Reyes (minors) RHP JC Allan Hancock College (Santa Maria, CA)
1971 23 547 FrRnd 17 Yankees Gerald Collins (minors) LHP HS Warren HS (Downey, CA)
1971 23 548 FrRnd 18 Dodgers Edgar Carroll (minors) LHP HS El Segundo HS (El Segundo, CA)
1971 23 549 FrRnd 19 Twins Thomas Mace (minors) INF JC Community College of Baltimore County, Catonsville Campus (Catonsville, MD)
1971 23 550 FrRnd 20 Pirates Edward Smith (minors) SS 4Yr Washington State University (Pullman, WA)
1971 23 551 FrRnd 21 Orioles Charles Heil (minors) 1B HS Serra HS (Hawthorne, CA)
1971 23 552 FrRnd 22 Reds Dave Collins (minors) 1B 15.9 1701 4907 32 .272 .689 HS Stevens HS (Rapid City, SD)

22 matching player(s). 3 played in the majors (13%). Total of 16.5 WAR, or 5.5 per major leaguer.

DT Key

  • Blank - June Draft
  • 6sc - June Secondary
  • 6sa - June Secondary (normal, 1971 only)
  • 6sd - June Secondary (delayed, 1971 only)
  • 1rg - January Draft
  • 1sc - January Secondary Draft
  • 8lg - August Legion Draft
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    The 1965 draft had a major league and AAA section (rounds 1-3), a AA section (4-7) and A-ball sections (8+). Each team had one pick in rounds 1-7 (MLB, AAA, and AA picks). Starting with the 8th round teams received a pick for each A-ball team in their system in the reverse order of the affiliate finishes. Franchises that shared affiliates, alternated the picks round-by-round. This means that a franchise will have multiple picks in a "round". For presentation reasons here, we have re-labeled the rounds to be the number of the selection made by this franchise. This means that the Twins' 10th round pick could come after the Mets' 12th round pick.