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36th Round of the 1977 MLB June Amateur Draft
    Other Rounds:1976 36th / 1977 35th / 1977 36th / 1977 37th / 1978 36th

Drafted Players

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Year Rnd DT OvPck FrRnd RdPck Tm Signed Name Pos WAR G AB HR BA OPS G W L ERA WHIP SV Type Drafted Out of
1977 36 757 FrRnd 1 Cardinals Y Vaughn Yadao (minors) LHP HS McKinney HS (Honolulu, HI)
1977 36 758 FrRnd 2 Cubs Y Philip Rossi (minors) SS 4Yr Millersville University of Pennsylvania (Millersville, PA)
1977 36 759 FrRnd 3 Twins Y Jeff Brueggemann (minors) RHP 4Yr Stetson University (DeLand, FL)
1977 36 760 FrRnd 4 Athletics N Tom Riley (minors) SS HS Bishop Blanchet HS (Seattle, WA)
1977 36 761 FrRnd 5 Pirates Y George Hill (minors) OF 4Yr Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Blacksburg, VA)
1977 36 762 FrRnd 6 Dodgers N Tom Niedenfuer (minors) RHP 10.6 484 26 0 .115 .264 484 36 46 3.29 1.27 97 HS Redmond HS (Redmond, WA)

6 matching player(s). 1 played in the majors (16%). Total of 10.6 WAR, or 10.6 per major leaguer.

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  • 6sa - June Secondary (normal, 1971 only)
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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.