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1965 Washington Senators Picks in the MLB June Amateur Draft
Other Years:1965 / 1966
|Year||Rnd||DT||OvPck||RdPck||Tm||Name||Pos||WAR||G||AB||HR||BA||OPS||G||W||L||ERA||WHIP||SV||Type||Drafted Out of|
|1965||1||3||3||Senators||Joe Coleman (minors)||RHP||23.7||485||462||0||.106||.289||484||142||135||3.70||1.33||7||HS||Natick HS (Natick, MA)|
|1965||2||23||3||Senators||Stanley Bell (minors)||RHP||HS||Headland HS (East Point, GA)|
|1965||3||43||3||Senators||Gene Martin (minors)||OF||0.1||9||11||1||.364||1.091||HS||Dougherty HS (Albany, GA)|
|1965||4||63||3||Senators||Richard Zank (minors)||LHP||HS||Neillsville HS (Neillsville, WI)|
|1965||5||83||3||Senators||Arthur Pauls (minors)||RHP||HS||St. Rita HS (Chicago, IL)|
|1965||6||103||3||Senators||John Taylor (minors)||SS||HS||Alleghany HS (Clifton Forge, VA)|
|1965||7||123||3||Senators||Frederic Jacobs (minors)||2B||4Yr||Carleton College (Northfield, MN)|
|1965||8||174||Senators||Eddie Lupton (minors)||LHP||4Yr||University of Notre Dame (South Bend, IN)|
|1965||9||178||Senators||Garry Hill (minors)||RHP||-0.2||1||0||0||1||0||1||15.43||3.00||0||HS||Garinger HS (Charlotte, NC)|
|1965||10||234||Senators||Dennis McKernan (minors)||OF||4Yr||Kutztown University of Pennsylvania (Kutztown, PA)|
|1965||11||238||Senators||Rick Hense (minors)||OF||4Yr||University of Wisconsin at Madison (Madison, WI)|
|1965||12||294||Senators||Rich Koslick (minors)||SS||HS||Bishop Egan HS (Levittown, PA)|
|1965||13||298||Senators||Gilberto Torres (minors)||OF||HS||Morris HS (New York, NY)|
|1965||14||354||Senators||John Cashman (minors)||RHP||4Yr||St. Joseph's University (Philadelphia, PA)|
|1965||15||358||Senators||Tom Ragland (minors)||SS||-1.0||102||264||0||.231||.545||HS||Northern HS (Detroit, MI)|
|1965||16||414||Senators||Gary Dameron (minors)||SS||HS||Battle Creek HS (Battle Creek, MI)|
|1965||17||418||Senators||Dick Tidrow (minors)||RHP||13.7||620||95||0||.095||.217||620||100||94||3.68||1.31||55||HS||Mount Eden HS (Hayward, CA)|
|1965||18||468||Senators||Bill Gogolewski (minors)||RHP||2.5||144||79||0||.127||.318||144||15||24||4.02||1.39||10||HS||Oshkosh HS (Oshkosh, WI)|
|1965||19||471||Senators||Richard Drew (minors)||C||HS||Northern HS (Detroit, MI)|
|1965||20||520||Senators||Kenneth Jones (minors)||RHP||HS||Forrest HS (Jacksonville, FL)|
|1965||21||523||Senators||Ronald Rosenow (minors)||SS||HS||Bonduel HS (Shawano, WI)|
|1965||22||571||Senators||Tom Cook (minors)||RHP||HS||Sarasota HS (Sarasota, FL)|
|1965||23||574||Senators||Richard Jones (minors)||RHP||4Yr||Valparaiso University (Valparaiso, IN)|
|1965||24||619||Senators||Larry Price (minors)||LHP||HS||Racine HS (Portland, OH)|
|1965||25||622||Senators||Dick Billings (minors)||OF||-1.3||400||1231||16||.227||.584||4Yr||Michigan State University (East Lansing, MI)|
25 matching player(s). 7 played in the majors (28%). Total of 37.5 WAR, or 5.4 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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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.