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|Year||Rnd||DT||OvPck||RdPck||Tm||Pos||WAR||G||AB||HR||BA||OPS||G||W||L||ERA||WHIP||SV||Type||Drafted Out of|
|1971||1||22||22||Pirates||Craig Reynolds (minors)||SS||13.1||1491||4466||42||.256||.636||2||0||0||27.00||4.50||0||HS||Regan HS (Houston, TX)|
|1971||2||46||22||Pirates||Doug Bair (minors)||RHP||6.9||584||52||1||.096||.269||584||55||43||3.63||1.37||81||4Yr||Bowling Green State University (Bowling Green, OH)|
|1971||3||70||22||Pirates||Ronald Knaub (minors)||1B|
|1971||4||95||23||Pirates||Michael Scaglione (minors)||RHP||HS||Cardinal Mindszenty HS (Dunkirk, NY)|
|1971||5||120||23||Pirates||Steven Gerlecz (minors)||3B||HS||Sedalia HS (Sedalia, MO)|
|1971||6||145||23||Pirates||Raymond Lilley (minors)||RHP||HS||Tarboro HS (Tarboro, NC)|
|1971||7||170||23||Pirates||George Whileyman (minors)||RHP||4Yr||Sam Houston State University (Huntsville, TX)|
|1971||8||195||23||Pirates||R.B. Bell (minors)||RHP||HS||Sunny Hills HS (Fullerton, CA)|
|1971||9||220||23||Pirates||Rodney Davis (minors)||RHP||HS||Whetstone HS (Columbus, OH)|
|1971||10||245||23||Pirates||James McKinney (minors)||SS||HS||Ensley HS (Birmingham, AL)|
|1971||11||269||22||Pirates||Thomas Prazych (minors)||RHP||HS||Central HS (Scranton, PA)|
|1971||12||293||22||Pirates||Elliott Jones (minors)||RHP||4Yr||Vanderbilt University (Nashville, TN)|
|1971||13||317||22||Pirates||Oscar Johnson (minors)||LHP||HS||Dos Palos HS (Dos Palos, CA)|
|1971||14||341||22||Pirates||Richard Prior (minors)||OF||HS||Trinity-Pawling Prep HS (Peabody, MA)|
|1971||15||365||22||Pirates||Luther Anderson (minors)||OF||HS||Jefferson HS (Los Angeles, CA)|
|1971||16||389||22||Pirates||Paul Bostic (minors)||C||4Yr||Carson-Newman College (Jefferson City, TN)|
|1971||17||413||22||Pirates||Bruce Westbrook (minors)||RHP||HS||Southeast HS (Bradenton, FL)|
|1971||18||437||22||Pirates||Richard Bedard (minors)||INF||4Yr||Amherst College (Amherst, MA)|
|1971||19||461||22||Pirates||Terry Collins (minors)||SS||4Yr||Eastern Michigan University (Ypsilanti, MI)|
|1971||20||484||21||Pirates||John Darnell (minors)||LHP||HS||R.L. Osborne HS (Marietta, GA)|
|1971||21||506||20||Pirates||Allen Dukate (minors)||RHP||4Yr||Miami University of Ohio (Oxford, OH)|
|1971||22||528||20||Pirates||Robert Lesslie (minors)||RHP||JC||St. Louis Community College, Meramec Campus (Kirkwood, MO)|
|1971||23||550||20||Pirates||Edward Smith (minors)||SS||4Yr||Washington State University (Pullman, WA)|
|1971||24||572||20||Pirates||Danny Waelchli (minors)||RHP||4Yr||Kutztown University of Pennsylvania (Kutztown, PA)|
|1971||25||593||19||Pirates||David Naberezny (minors)||SS||HS||Oliver HS (Pittsburgh, PA)|
|1971||26||612||17||Pirates||John Herrscher (minors)||RHP||HS||Central Catholic HS (Kingston, PA)|
|1971||27||630||16||Pirates||Charles Flint (minors)||RHP||HS||Danvers HS (Danvers, MA)|
|1971||28||646||14||Pirates||Herman Maston (minors)||2B||HS||Wasco HS (Wasco, CA)|
|1971||29||661||13||Pirates||Richard Thomas (minors)||RHP||HS||North Hills HS (Pittsburgh, PA)|
|1971||30||676||13||Pirates||John Caruso (minors)||SS||4Yr||Regis University (Denver, CO)|
|1971||31||691||13||Pirates||Joseph Nagy (minors)||OF||JC||Keystone College (LaPlume, PA)|
31 matching player(s). 3 played in the majors (9%). Total of 20.0 WAR, or 6.7 per major leaguer.
NOTES: We have not yet matched the 2014 debuts to their draft into. We hope to do so soon.
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Players are listed regardless of whether they signed or not.
School names may change from year to year making it difficult to find all player drafted from a school.
Please let us know if you find what you believe is an error.
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.