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Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim 24th Round Picks in the MLB June Amateur Draft
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Year Rnd DT OvPck RdPck Name Pos WAR G AB HR BA OPS G W L ERA WHIP SV Type Drafted Out of
2014 24 719 14 Eason Spivey (minors) C 4Yr North Georgia College and State University (Dahlonega, GA)
2013 24 727 21 Mark Shannon (minors) CF 4Yr University of Nevada-Las Vegas (Las Vegas, NV)
2012 24 747 19 Garrett Bush (minors) RHP 4Yr Flagler College (St. Augustine, FL)
2011 24 735 14 Jarrod Parks (minors) 3B 4Yr Mississippi State University (Mississippi State, MS)
2010 24 744 29 Jesus Campos (minors) SS 4Yr California State University Los Angeles (Los Angeles, CA)
2009 24 741 30 Taylor Kinzer (minors) RHP 4Yr Taylor University (Upland, IN)
2008 24 739 27 Taylor Jungmann (minors) RHP HS Georgetown HS (Georgetown, TX)
2007 24 748 24 Deandre Miller (minors) OF 4Yr Loyola Marymount University (Los Angeles, CA)
2006 24 732 26 John Curtis (minors) C 4Yr California State University Fullerton (Fullerton, CA)
2005 24 733 23 Dallas Morris (minors) 3B 4Yr University of Louisiana at Lafayette (Lafayette, LA)
2004 24 713 12 Nate Sutton (minors) 2B 4Yr University of California, Berkeley (Berkeley, CA)
2003 24 720 23 Chad Hauseman (minors) OF 4Yr Jacksonville University (Jacksonville, FL)
2002 24 714 12 Brett Martinez (minors) C HS Redlands East Valley HS (Redlands, CA)
2001 24 719 13 William Robbins (minors) RHP HS Lockhart HS (Lockhart, SC)
2000 24 710 10 Ryan Withey (minors) OF 4Yr Florida Atlantic University (Boca Raton, FL)
1999 24 731 17 Ben Grezlovski (minors) RHP 4Yr University of Florida (Gainesville, FL)
1998 24 721 18 Chris Demouy (minors) LHP 4Yr Louisiana State University (Baton Rouge, LA)
1997 24 717 3 Ernie Miller (minors) LHP 4Yr Methodist College (Fayetteville, NC)
1996 24 715 20 Eddie Ferrer (minors) 2B 4Yr Florida International University (Miami, FL)
1995 24 648 1 Gar Vallone (minors) SS 4Yr University of California, Los Angeles (Los Angeles, CA)
1994 24 657 6 Gilbert Vidal (minors) C 4Yr Miami-Dade College, Wolfson Campus (Miami, FL)
1993 24 663 3 John Bushart (minors) LHP 4Yr California State University Northridge (Los Angeles, CA)
1992 24 664 8 Ronald Davis (minors) OF HS Simeon HS (Chicago, IL)
1991 24 636 17 James Ruocchio (minors) 3B 4Yr Long Island University, C W Post Campus (Brookville, NY)
1990 24 660 24 Don Barbara (minors) 1B 4Yr California State University Long Beach (Long Beach, CA)
1989 24 617 9 William Warrecker (minors) LHP 4Yr University of California, Berkeley (Berkeley, CA)
1988 24 611 8 Jeffrey Oberdank (minors) 2B 4Yr University of California, Irvine (Irvine, CA)
1987 24 629 25 Tony Mattia (minors) 1B 4Yr Arizona State University (Tempe, AZ)
1985 24 615 15 Toby Nivens (minors) RHP HS McAllen HS (McAllen, TX)
1983 24 611 20 Gregory Steen (minors) 2B 4Yr Arizona State University (Tempe, AZ)
1982 24 604 8 Robert Ritchie (minors) 1B JC Triton College (River Grove, IL)
1981 24 598 3 Steven Eakes (minors) SS 4Yr California State University Sacramento (Sacramento, CA)
1980 24 612 18 Ricky Nelson (minors) OF -1.1 123 320 6 .247 .651 4Yr Arizona State University (Tempe, AZ)
1979 24 608 14 Timothy Collins (minors) OF 4Yr Loyola Marymount University (Los Angeles, CA)
1977 24 592 6 James Vallone (minors) LHP 4Yr University of La Verne (La Verne, CA)
1976 24 553 5 William Sylvester (minors) RHP HS Rancho Alamitos HS (Garden Grove, CA)
1975 24 547 1 Clarence Syers (minors) RHP HS Sylmar HS (Sylmar, CA)
1974 24 529 6 Daniel Owen (minors) RHP JC Miami-Dade College (Miami, FL)
1973 24 544 4 Timothy Brill (minors) C HS Olney HS (Philadelphia, PA)
1972 24 556 9 Mark Barr (minors) RHP JC Golden West College (Huntington Beach, CA)
1971 24 563 11 Mike Payne (minors) RHP JC Mississippi Delta Community College (Moorhead, MS)
1970 24 569 10 Sid Monge (minors) LHP 8.8 435 21 0 .095 .232 435 49 40 3.53 1.39 56 HS Brawley Union HS (Brawley, CA)
1969 24 557 5 Jeffrey Wingert (minors) C HS Chaffey HS (Ontario, CA)
1968 24 543 12 Van Winters (minors) RHP HS McLane HS (Fresno, CA)
1967 24 464 8 Dennis Heberlein (minors) 1B HS Eisenhower HS (Yakima, WA)
1966 24 468 8 Tom Buchenberger (minors) RHP 4Yr St. John's University (Queens, NY)

46 matching player(s). 2 played in the majors (4%). Total of 7.7 WAR, or 3.9 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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