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Baseball America 2003 Draft Day Dispatches

Compiled by the staff of Baseball America
June 3-4, 2003

There's no bigger days in the Baseball America year than draft days, and this year we bring you our first-ever Draft Day Blog. Whenever one of our draft experts has a tidbit of information, a piece of analysis or an impression of something from the draft, you'll find it here.


5:11 PM ET
D-Rays 39th Rounder Kevin Allen
Tampa Bay's 39th rounder Kevin Allen is one of the most athletic players in the draft. He is more well known as a running back, but his speed on the diamond is intriguing.
  -- Josh Boyd

5:09 PM ET
Dylan Gonzalez to the Giants
The Giants snagged high school righthander Dylan Gonzalez in the 40th round. His father, Charlie, is a Giants area scout based in Davie, Fla. Gonzalez is a good student and headed to the U. of Florida
  -- Josh Boyd

4:59 PM ET
Royals Sign Maier
The Royals have signed U. of Toledo catcher Mitch Maier, their second first round pick of draft (30th overall) to a bonus of $900,000.
  -- Josh Boyd

4:28 PM ET
Reds Having Some Fun as The End Draws Near
In one of the more entertaining selections of the two-day affair, the Reds came on the conference call for their 44th round selection by blaring the Notre Dame fight song, and then selecting Fighting Irish QB Carlyle Holliday, who they announced initially as a quarterback, then corrected to outfielder. Holliday did not play baseball in college.
  -- Kevin Goldstein

4:02 PM ET
Athletics Take a Pass
The A's were the first team to stop drafting, by passing in the 41st round.
  -- Josh Boyd

3:45 PM ET
Rockies Take a Chance on Brauer
The Rockies selected Michigan righthander Jim Brauer in the 17th round. He was considered one of the top 50 college prospects in the country coming off a solid effort in the Cape, but missed most of the season with an arm injury. Brauer is likely to return to the Cape, and depending on the results, the Rockies will make a run at him after the summer season.
  -- Josh Boyd

3:45 PM ET
All In The Family
In the 37th round, the Red Sox drafted Florida high school third baseman Chris Johnson, whose father Ron played in the majors and currently manages Boston's Double-A affiliate. Chris has a nice package of tools but likely will attend Stetson after getting drafted that low.
  -- Jim Callis

3:08 PM ET
Dr. Veal
Arizona high school lefty Donald Veal is regarded as one of the more projectable pitchers in the draft for his athleticism and effortless delivery. A 4.0 student, Veal is a tough sign because he has aspirations of becoming a doctor. But he isn't unsignable. He is reportedly looking for second- third-round money, though, which the White Sox might be able to do.
  -- Josh Boyd

3:08 PM ET
Several Pre-Draft Deals in Place?
It is believed that there were several predraft deals in place before the first round. Brandon Wood is signed for close to $1.3 million, Nick Markakis ($1.85 million) and Mitch Maier ($900,000) are also among those who are believed to have signed. The commissioner's office has successfully tried to decrease bonuses, and many expect this year's numbers to deflate by 10-12 percent. Also, any team who plans on offering a bonus in excess of $150,000 after the sixth round needs approval from the commissioner's office. If they proceed without approval, the organization's ownership will receive a stern warning of displeasure, according to sources.
  -- Josh Boyd

3:07 PM ET
Whittington Might Be More Apt to Sign
West Virginia high school lefty Anthony Whittington, drafted in the second round by the Angels, is reportedly more apt to sign now after Oklahoma State fired head coach Tom Holliday. If a deal isn't struck, Whittington would likely consider the JC route, possibly Chipola (Fla.) after being discouraged by the coaching change. We expect him to sign with the Angels.
  -- Alan Matthews

2:23 PM ET
Braves Look to DFE With Brandon Jones
Brandon Jones slid all the way to the Braves in the 25th round. The Royals were unable to sign him as a draft and follow after selecting him in the sixth round out of a Florida high school last year. He is very raw, with premium athleticism. He was hampered by groin and hamstring injuries this spring at Tallahassee CC, and may wind up playing there again this year as a Braves draft and follow
  -- Josh Boyd

1:57 PM ET
Chad Clark Taken by Arizona
The long saga of Chad Clark and the draft may finally have ended, as the 6-foot-6 righthander was drafted in the 21st round by Arizona. Clark's high bonus demands and Southern California commitment scared teams off in the 1999 draft, and he fell to the 22nd round (Brewers). But Clark's USC career never took off; he went 5-4, 9.55 in three seasons, capped by a 0-2, 19.13 debacle last year. He transferred to Fresno State in the fall but left the Bulldogs for NAIA Azusa Pacific in January, going 2-4, 6.87. Clark, a hard thrower with a fastball clocked in the 90s, was drafted in the 17th round last year by the Cardinals and has always fought his control. This year was no different. He walked 40 and struck out 44 in 38 innings, giving up 26 hits.
  -- John Manuel

1:51 PM ET
Twins Nab Switch-Pitcher
Minnesota announced 27th rounder Pete Taraskevich (American Heritage High, Sunrise, Fla.) as a righthander, but he's a legit switch-pitcher. He has hit 90 mph from the right side, 85 mph from the left.
  -- Jim Callis

1:40 PM ET
Doug Frame's Interesting Background
The Dodgers picked Texas prep lefty Doug Frame in the 22nd round. He helped himself with a good showing in the Perfect Game predraft workout, where he flashed a good curveball and plus velocity. Frame is legally blind in his right eye, a result of a scary altercation before the season. Frame was innocent in the incident, and makeup was not considered to be an issue.
  -- Josh Boyd

1:34 PM ET
Cal Righty Matt Brown Taken by Cubs
The Cubs selected Cal righthander Matt Brown in the 29th round. He headed into the season as a top-round candidate after coming off an impressive performance in the Cape. He struggled as a starter for Cal, posting a 6.36 ERA. If he can get his velocity back into the mid-90s, it will probably have to be in a relief role. He could opt to return for his senior season.
  -- Josh Boyd

12:45 PM ET
Boston's Wichita State Connection
Red Sox scouting director David Chadd once coached at Wichita State, and he has spent two of his first picks on the draft's second day on Shockers. Righthander Mike Dennison (21st round) has a three-pitch mix he can throw for strikes, plus strong makeup. Outfielder Drew Moffitt (25th round) led the Missouri Valley Conference in homers (18) and RBIs (76) entering the NCAA postseason. Power is his ticket.
  -- Jim Callis

12:45 PM ET
Powell Finally Popped
One of day one's biggest surprises was that Landon Powell wasn't selected. The Cubs finally announced his name in the 25th round. If Powell returns to South Carolina for his senior year, that could affect the decision of Phillies 20th rounder Rob Johnson, a catcher from a California JC who is regarded as a third-round talent and is headed for South Carolina.
  -- Josh Boyd

12:40 PM ET
Harrignton Drafted For Fourth Time
The Reds selected Matt Harrington in the 24th round. This marks the fourth time he has been drafted. He is currently pitching for the Fort Worth Cats of the Independent Central League, where he is 0-1, 3.66 with 18 strikeouts, six walks and 17 strikeouts. The Devil Rays held his rights up until a week before the draft after selecting him in the 13th round a year ago.
  -- Josh Boyd


7:23 PM ET
Yankees Take a Chance on Daniel Bard in the 20th
The Yankees popped North Carolina high school righthander Daniel Bard, a first-round arm, in the 20th round. It is possible that the Yankees will try to sign him, but its expected to take more than $1 million to prevent him from going to the U. of North Carolina.
  -- Josh Boyd

6:58 PM ET
Yankees 12th rounder Brad Blackwell
In the 12th round, the Yankees took a flier on righthander Brad Blackwell, who was ineligible to play for North Carolina State this season due to a snafu with his transcripts. The 6-foot-2, 215-pound junior transferred in from Seminole State (Okla.) Junior College and was a 41st-round pick of the Cubs in 2000 out of high school in Broken Arrow, Okla. Blackwell throws a natural cutter in the low 90s and a hard slider. Several scouting directors who came in to see the Wolfpack (mainly attracted by catcher Colt Morton, a third-round pick of the Padres) were only able to see Blackwell throw in bullpen sessions on the side prior to games.
  -- John Manuel

6:51 PM ET
Jared Hughes Finally Selected
Jared Hughes was finally drafted by the Devil Rays in the 16th round. The Devil Rays may have surprised some by taking several players who have been deemed as tough signs, including third-rounder Andrew Miller. But last season they took fliers on Mark Romanczuk, Cesar Ramos, Mike Pelfrey, Blair Irvin, Matt Harrington and Romelio Lopez. Of those, they only signed Irvin and Lopez. At one point last summer, Hughes and Miller were considered the top two high school pitchers in the country.
  -- Josh Boyd

6:32 PM ET
Olvey Falls to Dodgers in the 13th
Derik Olvey dropped to the Dodgers in the 13th round, despite raising his stock during the Perfect Game predraft showcase. Scouts assumed he was a tough sign because of his commitment to Notre Dame. That might not be the case, but it could require third- to fifth-round money.
  -- Josh Boyd

6:04 PM ET
Blue Jays Take a Navy Man
The Blue Jays popped Navy lefthander Matt Foster in the 12th round. Foster got a lot of press this spring as he looked for ways to pursue his baseball career while still fulfilling the three-year service commitment required of every student at the Naval Academy. He looked like he could go in the top three rounds after touching 93 mph at the All-American Amateur Baseball Association World Series last summer, but was closer to 90 this spring as he struggled to command his fastball and changeup. It will take at least $125,000 to buy Foster out of his military commitment unless Foster can get the three active years commuted to a future commitment of six years of reserve duty.
  -- Will Kimmey

4:55 PM ET
Astros Speedster With Unusual Background
Houston's sixth-round pick, Rice outfielder Jeff Jorgensen, may be the fastest player in the draft. He can get from the right side of the plate to first base in 3.85 seconds and is a threat to beat out most grounders. Jorgensen went to the national 60-meter semifinals in high school and ran track for his first two years at Rice. He's very raw, and his development was slowed when he had to leave his summer team last year after he was bitten by a brown recluse spider. He's more signable than most Rice juniors because he already has graduated with a triple major.
  -- Jim Callis

4:54 PM ET
Mutli-Sport Star Jai Miller
Marlins fourth-rounder Jai Miller (announced as Randall Miller) has signed with Stanford as a wide receiver was also a basketball and baseball standout at Selma (Ala.) HS. They expect to sign him swiftly.
  -- Josh Boyd

4:49 PM ET
Good Fifth-Round Value For Jays
Maybe I'm just fascinated by pitchers from the Show Me State, but I think Toronto did well in the fifth round with University of Missouri righthander Justin James. A draft-eligible sophomore taken in the sixth round by Boston two years ago, he has a solid fastball/changeup/curveball combination and throws strikes. If there's a knock on him, it's that he lacks some deception. He pitched well in the regionals against North Carolina, giving up three runs in nine innings in a no decision.
  -- Jim Callis

4:36 PM ET
Rays Nab Fascinating Fifth-Rounder
Forget about Delmon Young. (Well, no, not really.) But the Tampa Bay pick that really interests me is fifth-rounder Jonathan Barratt. If he were even 6 feet tall, he'd probably be a first-rounder. He's listed at 5-foot-10, and some scouts say he's closer to 5-foot-8, but he's a lefty who throws in the low 90s throughout a game. He has a vast array of pitches with command and life, and he throws without effort. He's a lot shorter than Rays third-rounder Andrew Miller, but his stuff isn't.
  -- Jim Callis

4:25 PM ET
Draft Takes a Short Break
The teams are taking a 10-15 minute break now that the 5th round is over. The delay between selections (30-60 seconds) will become much smaller beginning with the 6th round, and the picks will come fast and furious.
  -- Kevin Goldstein

4:18 PM ET
Yankees Look to Pick Up Some Sliders
As expected the Yankees are targeting on some players who are sliding due to signability issues like Baylor senior righty Steven White, a Scott Boras client expected to go in the top three rounds last year but who slid to the 18th round. They might step up and grab Louisiana prep third baseman Robert Lane in the top 10 rounds. Lane is a top quarterback recruit, with some raw power potential as a third baseman.
  -- Josh Boyd

4:12 PM ET
Cole Siefrig
The Marlins (who nabbed him) and White Sox were the only two teams who did their homework on Heritage Hills HS (Lincoln City, Indiana) shortstop Cole Siefrig, and it could pay big dividends. A 6-foot-2, 185-pounder, Siefrig is a two-sport standout, but he has a polished high school bat. He has signed with Purdue to play wide receiver, and he was the fastest player at an Alabama football workout this spring. His arm is just fringy, but he projects to hit for above-average power and average.
  -- Josh Boyd

4:11 PM ET
Cornell Finally Goes to Reds in 5th
Marc Cornell dropped from a possible first-rounder to the fifth round because of concerns over his shoulder. His MRI showed instability. The Reds were one of many teams considering him in the first round when he was regularly touching the mid-90s.
  -- Josh Boyd

3:47 PM ET
Giants Looking at Jason Donald
The Giants could be poised to tab Northern California shortstop Jason Donald, a Scott Boras client with their fourth round pick.
  -- Josh Boyd

3:34 PM ET
Reds Looking at Lewis
After selecting two pitchers in the first two rounds and Puerto Rican shortstop Willy Ronda, the Reds might targeting Virginia high school speedster Kenny Lewis with their next pick.
  -- Josh Boyd

3:33 PM ET
Some Bigger Names Still Around After 100 Picks
Still no sign of Jared Hughes. In addition to a price tag believed to be around $1.5 million, he was plagued by back and shoulder problems this spring. He is signed with Santa Clara. South Carolina catcher Landon Powell is the highest-ranked position player not drafted, Ohio University righthander Marc Cornell is the highest-ranked pitcher still available.
  -- Josh Boyd

3:26 PM ET
Angels Pick Sean Rodriguez
Despite lasting until the Angels pick in the third round, Florida prep shortstop Sean Rodriguez is a polished hitter who could move quickly through the system. He is the second shortstop the Angels have popped in the first three rounds after taking Brandon Wood in the first round.
  -- Josh Boyd

3:23 PM ET
Dodgers Love Those Lefties
California high schooler Chuck Tiffany (second round) and Texas prep southpaw Cory Van Allen (third round) both fit Dodgers scouting director Logan White's affinty for projectable lefthanders to a tee. Last year they snagged four lefties in the first 10 rounds, including supplemental first-rounder Greg Miller, who is throwing 10 mph harder than he was at the start of last spring.
  -- Josh Boyd

3:20 PM ET
Astros take Stubbs in the 3rd
Drew Stubbs, who has been compared to a young Dale Murphy for his size and all-around athleticism, went to the Astros in the third round. He is considered a tough sign, potentially commanding sandwich-round money to avoid his University of Texas scholarship
  -- Josh Boyd

3:09 PM ET
Who is San Francisco's 2nd Round Pick Nate Schierholtz?
Schierholtz, the Giants pick in the second round may have been one of the bigger surprises of the first two rounds. The Giants opted to draft a guy from the area, as Schierholtz is product of San Ramon High in Danville, Calif, a suburb of San Francisco. Schierholtz spent the last year playing for Chabot Community College, and he had signed with Long Beach State for the upcoming year. He's a 6-2, 200 third baseman who bats left and throws right.
  -- J.J. Cooper

2:58 PM ET
Brewers Third Round Pick Lou Palmisano
Brewers third-rounder Lou Palmisano has drawn comparisons to Angels prospect Jeff Mathis for his athleticism behind the plate. Interestingly, catchers Landon Powell (South Carolina) and Tony Ritchie (Florida State) remain on the board.
  -- Josh Boyd

2:58 PM ET
Padres Like the Carolinas
Padres area scout Mike Rikard has now drafted second-rounder Daniel Moore and third-rounder Colt Morton this year after nailing first-rounder Khalil Greene and second-rounder Michael Johnson a year ago.
  -- Josh Boyd

2:55 PM ET
Andrew Miller Taken by D-Rays to Start 3rd Round
If the Devil Rays find a way to sign Delmon Young and Andrew Miller, who finally came off the board with the first pick in the third round, they will have acquired two of the top 10 talents in the draft. Miller is going to be a tough sign, and could end up going to North Carolina.
  -- Josh Boyd

2:52 PM ET
Vega Still On the Board
Puerto Rican third baseman/catcher Miguel Vega, who had worked out with several teams expressing first-round interest is still on the board. Look for the Expos, Reds or Royals to pop him in the third round.
  -- Josh Boyd

2:41 PM ET
Boston Shows Flexibility
Though the Red Sox are expected to go very heavy on college players, they took a high schooler in the second round with their fourth overall pick. Georgia prep outfielder Mickey Hall, a switch-hitting athlete. He was considered virtually unsignable if he didn't get first- or second-round money, and that was coming off a so-so spring. Hall has committed to Georgia Tech, where his older brother Jake is an infielder.
  -- Jim Callis

2:33 PM ET
Expos Eye Owens
The Expos are likely to select The Masters College outfielder Jerry Owens in the second round. They had considered him in the first round before opting for Chad Cordero.
  -- Josh Boyd

2:27 PM ET
Sweeney Should Go Soon
Expect the Indians or Twins to jump on Iowa outfielder/lefty Ryan Sweeney in the second round if available when they pick. Andrew Miller continues to plummet.
  -- Josh Boyd

2:20 PM ET
Mariners take Adam Jones
The Mariners announced Adam Jones as a shortstop, though he was thought more highly of by scouts as a righthander after touching 96 mph this spring. The announcement doesn't neccesarily mean he will not pitch, but the Mariners have a track record of making unconventional picks. Most scouts in the Southern California area regarded the San Diego area Jones as a 3rd-5th rounder as a shortstop, late-first to early second as a pitcher.
  -- Josh Boyd

2:02 PM ET
Braves Looking at Saltalmacchia in Supplemental First
The Braves are believed to have a deal worked out with Florida high school catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia with one of their two supplemental first-rounders
  -- Josh Boyd

1:50 PM ET
Some Big Names Remain
The biggest names still on the board are Florida high school lefthander Andrew Miller, California righthander Jared Hughes, Texas righty Craig Whitaker, Georgia Tech outfielder Matt Murton, Iowa outfielder/lefty Ryan Sweeney and Rice first baseman Vince Sinisi.
  -- Josh Boyd

1:41 PM ET
Quentin to Arizona, May Need Surgery
The Diamondbacks drafted Stanford outfielder Carlos Quentin, who is believed to need Tommy John surgery
  -- Josh Boyd

1:40 PM ET
Cardinals Take First Catcher
It's not considered an exceptional year for catching prospects, and the demand far outstrips the supply. The Cardinals took the first backstop, grabbing California high schooler Daric Barton at No. 28. He has a very productive lefthanded bat, but his catching skills aren't as advanced.
  -- Jim Callis

1:38 PM ET
Giants Still Eyeing Whitaker
The Giants didn't take Texas high school righthander Craig Whitaker as they were expected to do with the 22nd overall pick, but they should be able to land him with their supplemental pick.
  -- Josh Boyd

1:25 PM ET
Aardsma Goes 22
The Giants usually keep a tight lid on their draft planning, and this year was no exception. They took Rice righthanded reliever David Aardsma, who was projected as a possible supplemental first-rounder, at No. 22. Aardsma dominated the Cape Cod League last summer but has been inconsistent this spring. At his best, he throws in the mid-90s with a nasty slider.
  -- Jim Callis

1:25 PM ET
Angels Pre-Draft With Hughes
The Angels are rumored to have reached a deal to select California high school righthander Jared Hughes with the 23rd overall pick.
  -- Josh Boyd

1:24 PM ET
Blue Jays select Hill over Sullivan
The Blue Jays changed course on the morning of the draft, going away from their top choice all along Brad Sullivan because they believe they can land the college pitching they want in the following rounds. Instead the opted for a polished college bat in LSU shortstop Aaron Hill.
  -- Josh Boyd

1:19 PM ET
Fuson Selects Danks
Texas scouting director Grady Fuson again shows that he is not as locked in to college prospects as many believe by selecting Texas high school lefty John Danks. The Royals nearly threw a kink in those plans by drafting Danks over Chris Lubanski, but opted for the athletic Pennsylvania high school outfielder.
  -- Josh Boyd

1:18 PM ET
Markakis to O's
Nick Markakis, who turned down $1.5 million from the Reds before the close period last week, worked out for the Orioles on Monday. He was announced as a lefthander/outfielder, and reportedly was impressive on both sides of the ball.
  -- Josh Boyd

1:05 PM ET
D-Rays Take Delmon at #1
As we projected, The Devil Rays have selected Camarillo HS outfielder Delmon Young with the first pick. The decision was reportedly not made final until just before the draft.
  -- Kevin Goldstein

12:21 PM ET
Indians Considering Murphy, Would Alter Red Sox Plans
Because of Allison's perceived bonus demands, the Indians are rumored to be considering Baylor outfielder David Murphy with the 11th overall pick. This would alter the Red Sox plans, and might lead them to select Lousiana State shortstop Aaron Hill, or possibly Houston righthander Brad Sullivan if he gets past Toronto. Meanwhile teams in the second half of the draft are scrambling to figure out how far Allison will fall and if he fits into their draft budget.
  -- Josh Boyd

12:16 PM ET
D-Rays Drafting Delmon
Sources with the Devil Rays have confirmed that Tampa Bay will select Camarillo (Calif.) High school outfielder Delmon Young with the No. 1 pick. Club officials deliberated long and often contentiously Monday night over whether the selection should be Young or Southern University second baseman Rickie Weeks. In the end, the player that scouting director Cam Bonifay targeted all along will be the Devil Rays selection. Weeks will go No. 2 to the Brewers.
  -- Allan Simpson

12:14 PM ET
Andrew Miller
Andrew Miller has reportedly shunned offers from a half dozen teams including the Mets ($1.6 million), Twins ($1.4 million), Marlins, Indians and Diamondbacks ($1.5 million) and the Angels ($2 million). He is said to be looking for a bonus in the neighborhood of $3 million, which the Mariners might be willing to go to with the 37th overall pick.
  -- Josh Boyd

12:07 PM ET
Jeff Allison Falling Due to Bonus Demands?
Early rumblings coming out of draft war rooms this morning are that Massachusetts righthander Jeff Allison's contract demands could cause him to slide into the mid-first round. The Mets, who benefitted from Scott Kazmir's slide last year, would likely decide between Allison and Florida high school outfielder Lastings Milledge. One AL executive said the Mets would be crazy to pass on Allison with the No. 12 pick.
  -- Josh Boyd

12:05 PM ET
Braves Reported to Select Atilano in the Second Round
The Braves have reportedly reached a predraft deal with Puerto Rican righthander Luis Atilano with their second-round pick. At least four Puerto Rican prospects are likely to go in the first two to three rounds, including third baseman Miguel Vega, outfielder Edgardo Baez, shortstop Jose Ronda and Atilano.
  -- Josh Boyd

11:35 AM ET
All Audio Coverage Free Today
After some confusion about what part of today's audio coverage of the draft would be free and what would not, we're happy to tell draft fans that--to the best of our knowledge--all audio coverage of the draft on today will be free. That includes the picks themselves as well as the analysis from Baseball America.
  -- Will Lingo

11:10 AM ET
Royals at 30
The Royals probably will do a below-slot deal at No. 30, and Miguel Vega also interests them. If he's gone, another name that could enter their mix is Toledo catcher Mitch Maier.
  -- Jim Callis

11:10 AM ET
Reds at 14
Though it appears unlikely they'll strike a predraft deal with Eric Duncan, there's nothing to really stop the Reds from taking him and offering him a below-slot bonus. Duncan could get more money from the Indians (No. 18) and Expos (No. 20), and from the Yankees (No. 27) and Cardinals (No. 28) if he fell that far, but he'll have to deal with Cincinnati if that's the club that chooses him. If Duncan goes to the Reds, look for Puerto Rican third baseman Miguel Vega to be Montreal's choice.
  -- Jim Callis

11:05 AM ET
D-Rays Leaning Towards Delmon
Though they plan on having one more predraft meeting before making the ultimate decision the Devil Rays front office is believed to be 80-20 in favor Delmon Young over Rickie Weeks.
  -- Josh Boyd

10:00 AM ET
More Time Between Picks
This year's draft will have more time between picks, after the past custom of whipping through the picks in rapid-fire order during past conference calls. Teams will have 60 seconds between picks in the first round, and 30 seconds between picks in rounds two through five. According to Major League Baseball sources, teams made the request for more time. But the benefit for draft watchers (and listeners) is more time to digest and analyze picks, rather than 30 picks one right after the other.
  -- Will Lingo

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