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1994 Major League Baseball Draft

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1994 Major League Baseball Draft

1994 MLB Draft
General information
Date(s) June 1994
Location
Picks
First selection Paul Wilson
New York Mets
First round selections
Overall selections
MLB Draft
 < 1993 1995 > 

First round selections

The following are the first round picks in the 1994 Major League Baseball draft.[1]
= All-Star = Baseball Hall of Famer
Pick Player Team Position School
1 Paul Wilson New York Mets P Florida State University
2 Ben Grieve Oakland Athletics OF Martin High School
3 Dustin Hermanson San Diego Padres P Kent State University
4 Antone Williamson Milwaukee Brewers 3B Arizona State University
5 Josh Booty Florida Marlins SS Evangel Christian High School
6 McKay Christensen California Angels OF Clovis West High School
7 Doug Million Colorado Rockies P Sarasota High School
8 Todd Walker Minnesota Twins 2B Louisiana State University
9 C. J. Nitkowski Cincinnati Reds P St. John's University
10 Jaret Wright Cleveland Indians P Katella High School
11 Mark Farris Pittsburgh Pirates SS Angleton High School
12 Nomar Garciaparra Boston Red Sox SS Georgia Institute of Technology
13 Paul Konerko Los Angeles Dodgers C Chaparral High School
14 Jason Varitek Seattle Mariners C Georgia Institute of Technology
15 Jayson Peterson Chicago Cubs P East High School
16 Matt Smith Kansas City Royals P/1B Grants Pass High School
17 Ramón Castro Houston Astros C Lino Padron Rivera High School
18 Cade Gaspar Detroit Tigers P Pepperdine University
19 Bret Wagner St. Louis Cardinals P/OF Wake Forest University
20 Terrence Long New York Mets[Compensation 1] 1B/OF Stanhope Elmore High School
21 Hiram Bocachica Montreal Expos SS Rexville High School
22 Dante Powell San Francisco Giants[Compensation 2] OF California State University, Fullerton
23 Carlton Loewer Philadelphia Phillies P Mississippi State University
24 Brian Buchanan New York Yankees 1B/OF University of Virginia
25 Scott Elarton Houston Astros[Compensation 3] P/1B Lamar High School
26 Mark Johnson Chicago White Sox 1B Warner Robins High School
27 Jacob Shumate Atlanta Braves P Hartsville High School
28 Kevin Witt Toronto Blue Jays SS Bishop Kenny High School

Compensation picks

Pick Player Team Position School
29 Jay Payton New York Mets[Compensation 4] OF Georgia Institute of Technology
30 Russ Johnson Houston Astros[Compensation 5] SS/3B Louisiana State University
31 Mike Thurman Montreal Expos P Oregon State University
32 Jacob Cruz San Francisco Giants[Compensation 6] OF Arizona State University
33 Chris Clemons Chicago White Sox P Texas A&M University
34 Travis Miller Minnesota Twins P Kent State University

Compensation Picks

  1. ^ Compensation pick from Baltimore Orioles for signing free agent Sid Fernandez
  2. ^ Compensation pick from Texas Rangers for signing free agent Will Clark
  3. ^ Compensation pick from San Francisco Giants for signing free agent Mark Portugal
  4. ^ Supplemental pick for loss of free agent Sid Fernandez
  5. ^ Supplemental pick for loss of free agent Mark Portugal
  6. ^ Supplemental pick for loss of free agent Will Clark

Other notable players

NFL/NBA players drafted

External links

  • databaseThe Baseball CubeComplete draft list from

References

  1. ^ "MLB First Round Draft Picks - 1994". Retrieved 2008-09-16. 
Preceded by
Alex Rodriguez
1st Overall Picks
Paul Wilson
Succeeded by
Darin Erstad
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