Prospect Dream Draft: By The Numbers


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Prospect Draft By The Numbers
PLAYERS DRAFTED, BY ORGANIZATION
16: Red Sox
15: Indians
14: Twins, Rays
13: Rockies, Brewers, Padres, Mariners
12: Royals, Dodgers, Athletics, Phillies, Rangers, Blue Jays
11: Cubs, Marlins, Angels, Giants
10: Reds, Tigers, Mets
9: Diamondbacks, Braves, Orioles, White Sox, Pirates
8: Yankees, Cardinals, Nationals
4: Astros
PLAYERS DRAFTED, BY POSITION
100: Righthanded Pitchers
71: Outfielders
46: Lefthanded Pitchers
31: Catchers, Shortstops
23: Third Basemen
17: First Basemen
11: Second Basemen
LAST ORGANIZATION WITH A PLAYER DRAFTED
Angels (Peter Bourjos, 65th overall)
FIRST ORGANIZATION WITH MULTIPLE PLAYERS DRAFTED
Giants (Buster Posey, seventh, and Madison Bumgarner, 11th overall)
LOWEST-RANKED PROSPECT DRAFTED
Guillermo Pimentel, of, Mariners (No. 29, drafted by Ben Badler)
HIGHEST-RANKED PROSPECTS NOT DRAFTED
Sammy Gervacio, rhp, Astros (No. 4)
Daryl Jones, of, Cardinals (No. 4)
SOURCE OF TALENT
132: High School
104: College
74: International
18: Junior College
2: Independent

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