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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|
|1972||1||14||14||Yankees||Scott McGregor (minors)||LHP||20.4||357||0||0||356||138||108||3.99||1.29||5||HS||El Segundo HS (El Segundo, CA)|
|1972||2||38||14||Yankees||Ken Clay (minors)||RHP||-1.2||111||0||0||111||10||24||4.68||1.50||3||HS||E. C. Glass HS (Lynchburg, VA)|
|1972||3||62||14||Yankees||Dennis Irwin (minors)||C||HS||Hanford HS (Hanford, CA)|
|1972||4||86||14||Yankees||Mickey Klutts (minors)||SS||0.2||199||536||14||.241||.660||HS||El Rancho HS (Pico Rivera, CA)|
|1972||5||110||14||Yankees||Darryl Jones (minors)||SS||-0.0||18||47||0||.255||.690||4Yr||Westminster College (New Wilmington, PA)|
|1972||6||134||14||Yankees||Ed Ricks (minors)||RHP||4Yr||Grambling State University (Grambling, LA)|
|1972||7||158||14||Yankees||Earl Howell (minors)||C||HS||Blair HS (Hattiesburg, MS)|
|1972||8||182||14||Yankees||John Yeglinski (minors)||OF||4Yr||Long Island University, Brooklyn Campus (Brooklyn, NY)|
|1972||9||206||14||Yankees||Donald White (minors)||OF||HS||Grambling HS (Simsboro, LA)|
|1972||10||230||14||Yankees||George Browne (minors)||SS||4Yr||John Brown University (Siloam Springs, AR)|
|1972||11||254||14||Yankees||Michael Rusk (minors)||RHP||4Yr||San Jose State University (San Jose, CA)|
|1972||12||278||14||Yankees||Terrence Quinn (minors)||C||4Yr||University of Nevada-Reno (Reno, NV)|
|1972||13||302||14||Yankees||Alfred Alwurm (minors)||LHP||HS||Glendale HS (Glendale, CA)|
|1972||14||326||14||Yankees||Doug Slocum (minors)||RHP||JC||Mesa Community College (Mesa, AZ)|
|1972||15||350||14||Yankees||Daniel Elko (minors)||OF||HS||Woodrow Wilson HS (Levittown, PA)|
|1972||16||374||14||Yankees||James Lawler (minors)||RHP||4Yr||Buena Vista University (Storm Lake, IA)|
|1972||17||398||14||Yankees||Mike Milligan (minors)||C||HS||East Jefferson HS (Kenner, LA)|
|1972||18||422||14||Yankees||Paul Burnett (minors)||1B||HS||Temple HS (Vicksburg, MS)|
|1972||19||446||14||Yankees||Robert Artemenko (minors)||RHP||4Yr||Northwestern University (Evanston, IL)|
|1972||20||469||13||Yankees||Bradley Davis (minors)||RHP||HS||Milwaukie HS (Milwaukie, OR)|
|1972||21||492||13||Yankees||Bob Kammeyer (minors)||RHP||-0.3||8||0||0||8||0||0||9.14||1.71||0||4Yr||Stanford University (Palo Alto, CA)|
|1972||22||515||13||Yankees||Larry Hart (minors)||1B||HS||Darien HS (Darien, CT)|
|1972||23||538||13||Yankees||Scott Rahl (minors)||1B||4Yr||University of New Haven (West Haven, CT)|
|1972||24||560||13||Yankees||Linwood Fisher (minors)||1B||HS||Newburgh Free Academy HS (Newburgh, NY)|
|1972||25||581||12||Yankees||Raymond Ventura (minors)||SS||HS||Seekonk HS (Seekonk, MA)|
|1972||26||601||11||Yankees||Leonard Glowzenski (minors)||RHP||HS||Mater Dei Preparatory School (New Monmouth, NJ)|
|1972||27||618||8||Yankees||Robert Wilson (minors)||OF||4Yr||William Paterson University (Wayne, NJ)|
|1972||28||635||8||Yankees||Ronald Spann (minors)||1B||4Yr||Western Connecticut State University (Danbury, CT)|
|1972||29||650||7||Yankees||Paul Caffrey (minors)||OF||4Yr||Seton Hall University (South Orange, NJ)|
|1972||30||665||7||Yankees||Paul Lancaster (minors)||C||4Yr||Ouachita Baptist University (Arkadelphia, AR)|
|1972||31||679||6||Yankees||Bill Simpson (minors)||SS||HS||Cleveland HS (Portland, OR)|
|1972||32||692||5||Yankees||John Varga (minors)||2B||4Yr||Seattle University (Seattle, WA)|
|1972||33||705||5||Yankees||Tim Wanner (minors)||3B||4Yr||University of Denver (Denver, CO)|
33 matching player(s). 5 played in the majors (15%). Total of 19.1 WAR, or 3.8 per major leaguer.
NOTES: We have not yet matched the 2015 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.