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1984 New York Yankees Picks in the MLB January Draft-Secondary Phase
    Other Years:1983 / 1984 / 1985

Drafted Players

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Year Rnd DT OvPck RdPck Tm Name Pos WAR G AB HR BA OPS G W L ERA WHIP SV Type Drafted Out of
1984 1 1sc 1 1 Yankees Tim Belcher (minors) RHP 26.2 394 388 2 .124 .299 394 146 140 4.16 1.34 5 4Yr Mount Vernon Nazarene University (Mount Vernon, OH)
1984 2 1sc 27 1 Yankees Tom Bryant (minors) 3B
1984 3 1sc 51 1 Yankees Donald Lewis (minors) RHP
1984 4 1sc 63 1 Yankees David Zapien (minors) 1B JC Centralia College (Centralia, WA)
1984 5 1sc 67 1 Yankees Mark Dudenake (minors) C JC Orange Coast College (Costa Mesa, CA)

5 matching player(s). 1 played in the majors (20%). Total of 26.2 WAR, or 26.2 per major leaguer.

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