List of San Francisco Giants first-round draft picks

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Tim Lincecum, in a Giants uniform, pitches on a mound.
Tim Lincecum (2006) has won two Cy Young Awards with the Giants.

The San Francisco Giants are a Major League Baseball (MLB) franchise based in San Francisco, California. They play in the National League West division. Officially known as the "First-Year Player Draft",[1] the Rule 4 Draft is MLB's primary mechanism for assigning players from high schools, colleges, and other amateur clubs to its franchises. The draft order is determined based on the previous season's standings, with the team possessing the worst record receiving the first pick.[1] In addition, teams which lost free agents in the previous off-season may be awarded compensatory or supplementary picks.[2] Since the establishment of the draft in 1965, the Giants have selected 68 players in the first round.[3]

Of those 68 players, 32 have been pitchers, the most of any position; 23 of these were right-handed, while 9 were left-handed. The Giants have also selected twelve outfielders, seven shortstops, six catchers, four third basemen, and three players each at first and second base.[3] One player, 2010 selection Gary Brown, was drafted as a center fielder. The franchise has drafted eight players from colleges or high schools in their home state of California, more than any other.[3] The Giants have never held the first-overall pick, but they did have the second pick in 1985, with which they drafted Will Clark.[3]

Four of San Francisco's first-round draft picks have won two World Series championships with the team—Matt Cain, Tim Lincecum, Madison Bumgarner, and Buster Posey—all as part of the 2010 and 2012 championship teams. Two of the Giants' selections have won the National League Rookie of the Year Award: Gary Matthews (drafted in 1968) won in 1973;[4] and Posey (drafted in 2008) won the award in 2010.[5] Posey was also named the National League's Most Valuable Player in 2012.[6] Two of the Giants selections have been named the Most Valuable Player of the National League Championship Series; Matthews in 1983 with Philadelphia,[7] and Clark in 1989.[8] Lincecum, the Giants' 2006 selection, won the Cy Young Award—awarded annually to the best pitcher in each league—in 2008 and 2009.[9]

San Francisco has made 16 selections in the supplemental round of the draft. They have also received 12 compensatory picks since the first draft in 1965. These additional picks are provided when a team loses a particularly valuable free agent in the previous off-season,[2][10][V] or, more recently, if a team fails to sign a draft pick from the previous year.[11] The Giants have failed to sign two of their first-round selections: 1979 pick Rick Luecken; and 1996 pick Matt White. The Giants did not receive any compensation for Luecken, but they did receive the 49th pick in 1997 for failing to sign White.[12]

Key[edit]

Year Links to an article about that year's Major League Baseball Draft
Position Indicates the secondary/collegiate position at which the player was drafted, rather than the professional position the player went on to play
Pick Indicates the number of the pick
* Player did not sign with the Giants
§ Indicates a supplemental pick
'10 Player was a member of the Giants' 2010 championship team

Picks[edit]

Will Clark, swinging a baseball bat.
Will Clark (1985) won a silver medal when baseball was a demonstration sport in the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics.[13]
Mike Remlinger posing for a photograph
Mike Remlinger (1987) was named to the 2002 All-Star Team.[14]
Marcus Jackson standing, with a baseball bat over his right shoulder.
Marcus Jensen (1990) won a gold medal with the United States team at the 2000 Sydney Olympics.[15]
Jerome Williams, close on his face
Jerome Williams (1999) is the Giants' only first-round selection to come from Hawaii.
Matt Cain in the act of pitching a baseball
Matt Cain (2002) was awarded the Willie Mac Award in 2009.[16]
David Aardsma, in his follow-through after throwing a pitch for the Seattle Mariners
In alphabetical order, David Aardsma (2003) comes before any player in MLB history.[17]
Year Name Position School location) Pick Ref
1965 Gallagher, AlAl Gallagher Third baseman Santa Clara University
(Santa Clara, California)
14 [18]
1966 Reynolds, BobBob Reynolds Right-handed pitcher Ingraham High School
(Seattle, Washington)
17 [19]
1967 Rader, DaveDave Rader Catcher South High School
(Bakersfield, California)
18 [20]
1968 Matthews, GaryGary Matthews Outfielder San Fernando High School
(San Fernando, California)
17 [21]
1969 Phillips, MikeMike Phillips Shortstop MacArthur High School
(Irving, Texas)
18 [22]
1970 D'Acquisto, JohnJohn D'Acquisto Right-handed pitcher St. Augustine High School
(San Diego, California)
17 [23]
1971 Riccelli, FrankFrank Riccelli Left-handed pitcher Christian Brothers Academy
(Syracuse, New York)
18 [24]
1972 Dressler, RobRob Dressler Right-handed pitcher Madison High School
(Portland, Oregon)
19 [25]
1973 LeMaster, JohnnieJohnnie LeMaster Shortstop Paintsville High School
(Paintsville, Kentucky)
6 [26]
1974 Terry Lee Second baseman San Luis Obispo High School
(San Luis Obispo, California)
19 [27]
1975 Ted Barnicle Left-handed pitcher Jacksonville State University
(Jacksonville, Alabama)
8 [28]
1976 Mark Kuecker Shortstop Brenham High School
(Brenham, Texas)
11 [29]
1977 Craig Landis Shortstop Vintage High School
(Napa, California)
10 [30]
1978 Bob Cummings Catcher Brother Rice High School
(Chicago, Illinois)
7 [31]
1979 Garrelts, ScottScott Garrelts Right-handed pitcher Paxton-Buckley-Loda High School
(Buckley, Illinois)
15[a] [32]
1979 Luecken, RickRick Luecken* Right-handed pitcher Spring Woods High School
(Houston, Texas)
18 [32]
1980 Reid, JessieJessie Reid First baseman Lynwood High School
(Lynwood, California)
7 [33]
1981 Grant, MarkMark Grant Right-handed pitcher Joliet Catholic High School
(Joliet, Illinois)
10 [34]
1982 Stanicek, SteveSteve Stanicek First baseman University of Nebraska–Lincoln
(Lincoln, Nebraska)
11 [35]
1983 no first-round pick[b] [36]
1984 Cockrell, AlanAlan Cockrell Outfielder University of Tennessee
(Knoxville, Tennessee)
9 [37]
1984 Mulholland, TerryTerry Mulholland Left-handed pitcher Marietta College
(Marietta, Ohio)
24[c] [37]
1985 Clark, WillWill Clark First baseman Mississippi State University
(Starkville, Mississippi)
2 [38]
1986 Williams, MattMatt Williams Third baseman University of Nevada, Las Vegas
(Paradise, Nevada)
5 [39]
1987 Remlinger, MikeMike Remlinger Left-handed pitcher Dartmouth College
(Hanover, New Hampshire)
16 [40]
1988 Clayton, RoyceRoyce Clayton Shortstop St. Bernard High School
(Los Angeles, California)
15[d] [41]
1988 Wood, TedTed Wood Outfielder University of New Orleans
(New Orleans, Louisiana)
29§[e] [41]
1989 Hosey, SteveSteve Hosey Outfielder California State University, Fresno
(Fresno, California)
14 [42]
1990 Hyzdu, AdamAdam Hyzdu Outfielder Moeller High School
(Cincinnati, Ohio)
15[f] [43]
1990 Eric Christopherson Catcher San Diego State University
(San Diego, California)
19[g] [43]
1990 Jensen, MarcusMarcus Jensen Catcher Skyline High School
(Oakland, California)
33§[g] [43]
1991 Steve Whitaker Left-handed pitcher California State University, Long Beach
(Long Beach, California)
33§[h] [44]
1992 Murray, CalvinCalvin Murray Outfielder University of Texas at Austin
(Austin, Texas)
7 [45]
1993 Soderstrom, SteveSteve Soderstrom Right-handed pitcher California State University, Fresno
(Fresno, California)
6 [46]
1994 Powell, DanteDante Powell Outfielder California State University, Fullerton
(Fullerton, California)
22[i] [47]
1994 Cruz, JacobJacob Cruz Outfielder Arizona State University
(Tempe, Arizona)
32§[i] [47]
1995 Fontenot, JoeJoe Fontenot Right-handed pitcher Acadiana High School
(Lafayette, Louisiana)
16 [48]
1996 White, MattMatt White* Right-handed pitcher Waynesboro Area High School
(Waynesboro, Pennsylvania)
7 [49]
1997 Grilli, JasonJason Grilli Right-handed pitcher Seton Hall University
(South Orange, New Jersey)
4 [50]
1997 Dan McKinley Outfielder Arizona State University
(Tempe, Arizona)
49§[j] [50]
1998 Torcato, TonyTony Torcato Third baseman Woodland High School
(Woodland, California)
19[k] [51]
1998 Bump, NateNate Bump Right-handed pitcher Pennsylvania State University
(State College, Pennsylvania)
25 [51]
1998 Arturo McDowell Outfielder Forest Hill Community High School
(West Palm Beach, Florida)
29[l] [51]
1998 Chris Jones Left-handed pitcher South Mecklenburg High School
(Charlotte, North Carolina)
38§[l] [51]
1998 Jeff Urban Left-handed pitcher Ball State University
(Muncie, Indiana)
41§[m] [51]
1999 Ainsworth, KurtKurt Ainsworth Right-handed pitcher Louisiana State University
(Baton Rouge, Louisiana)
24 [52]
1999 Williams, JeromeJerome Williams Right-handed pitcher Waipahu High School
(Waipahu, Hawaii)
39§[n] [52]
2000 Bonser, BoofBoof Bonser Right-handed pitcher Gibbs High School
(St. Petersburg, Florida)
21 [53]
2001 Hennessey, BradBrad Hennessey Right-handed pitcher Youngstown State University
(Youngstown, Ohio)
21[o] [54]
2001 Lowry, NoahNoah Lowry Left-handed pitcher Pepperdine University
(Malibu, California)
30 [54]
2001 Linden, ToddTodd Linden Outfielder Louisiana State University
(Baton Rouge, Louisiana)
41§[o] [54]
2002 Cain, MattMatt Cain '10 Right-handed pitcher Houston High School
(Germantown, Tennessee)
25 [55]
2003 Aardsma, DavidDavid Aardsma Right-handed pitcher Rice University
(Houston, Texas)
22[p] [56]
2003 Craig Whitaker Right-handed pitcher Lufkin High School
(Lufkin, Texas)
34§[p] [56]
2004 no first-round pick[q] [57]
2005 no first-round pick[r] [58]
2006 Lincecum, TimTim Lincecum '10 Right-handed pitcher University of Washington
(Seattle, Washington)
10 [59]
2006 Burriss, EmmanuelEmmanuel Burriss Shortstop Kent State University
(Kent, Ohio)
33§[s] [59]
2007 Bumgarner, MadisonMadison Bumgarner '10 Left-handed pitcher South Caldwell High School
(Hudson, North Carolina)
10 [60]
2007 Alderson, TimTim Alderson Right-handed pitcher Horizon High School
(Scottsdale, Arizona)
22[t] [60]
2007 Fairley, WendellWendell Fairley Outfielder George County High School
(Lucedale, Mississippi)
29[u] [60]
2007 Noonan, NickNick Noonan Second baseman Francis W. Parker School
(San Diego, California)
32§[u] [60]
2007 Williams, JacksonJackson Williams Catcher University of Oklahoma
(Norman, Oklahoma)
43§[t] [60]
2007 Culberson, CharlieCharlie Culberson Second baseman Calhoun High School
(Calhoun, Georgia)
51§[v] [60]
2008 Posey, BusterBuster Posey '10 Catcher Florida State University
(Tallahassee, Florida)
5 [61]
2008 Gillaspie, ConorConor Gillaspie Third baseman Wichita State University
(Wichita, Kansas)
37§[w] [61]
2009 Wheeler, ZackZack Wheeler Right-handed pitcher East Paulding High School
(Dallas, Georgia)
6 [62]
2010 Brown, GaryGary Brown Center fielder California State University, Fullerton
(Fullerton, California)
24 [63]
2011 Panik, JoeJoe Panik Shortstop St. John's University
(New York City, New York)
29 [64]
2011 Crick, KyleKyle Crick Right-handed pitcher Sherman High School
(Sherman, Texas)
49§[x] [64]
2012 Stratton, ChrisChris Stratton Right-handed pitcher Mississippi State University
(Starkville, Mississippi)
20 [65]
2013 Arroyo, ChristianChristian Arroyo Shortstop Hernando High School (Florida)
(Brooksville, Florida)
25 [66]
2014 Beede, TylerTyler Beede Right-handed pitcher Vanderbilt University
(Nashville, Tennessee)
14 [67]

Footnotes[edit]

  • V Free agents are evaluated by the Elias Sports Bureau and rated "Type A", "Type B", or not compensation-eligible. If a team offers arbitration to a player but that player refuses and subsequently signs with another team, the original team may receive additional draft picks. If a "Type A" free agent leaves in this way his previous team receives a supplemental pick and a compensation pick from the team with which he signs. If a "Type B" free agent leaves in this way his previous team receives only a supplemental pick.[11]
  • a The Giants gained a compensatory first-round pick in 1979 from the California Angels for losing free agent Jim Barr.[68]
  • b The Giants lost their first-round pick in 1983 to the Montreal Expos as compensation for signing free agent Joel Youngblood.[69]
  • c The Giants gained a compensatory first-round pick in 1984 from the Detroit Tigers for losing free agent Darrell Evans.[70]
  • d The Giants gained a compensatory first-round pick in 1988 from the Cincinnati Reds for losing free agent Eddie Milner. They lost their original first-round pick to the Cleveland Indians as compensation for signing free agent Brett Butler.[71]
  • e The Giants gained a supplemental first-round pick in 1988 for losing free agent Chili Davis.[71]
  • f The Giants gained a compensatory first-round pick in 1990 for losing free agent Ken Oberkfell to the Houston Astros. They lost their original first-round pick to the Astros as compensation for signing free agent Kevin Bass.[72]
  • g The Giants gained a compensatory and a supplemental first-round pick in 1990 for losing free agent Craig Lefferts to the San Diego Padres.[72]
  • h The Giants gained a supplemental first-round pick in 1991 for losing free agent Brett Butler. They lost their original first-round pick to the Toronto Blue Jays as compensation for signing free agent Bud Black.[73]
  • i The Giants gained a compensatory and a supplemental first-round pick in 1994 for losing free agent Will Clark to the Texas Rangers. They lost their original first-round pick to the Houston Astros as compensation for signing free agent Mark Portugal.[74]
  • j The Giants gained a supplemental first-round pick in 1997 for failing to sign 1996 first-round pick Matt White.[12]
  • k The Giants gained a compensatory first-round pick in 1998 from the Houston Astros for losing free agent Doug Henry.[75]
  • l The Giants gained a compensatory and a supplemental first-round pick in 1998 for losing free agent Roberto Hernández to the Tampa Bay Devil Rays.[75]
  • m The Giants gained a supplemental first-round pick in 1998 for losing free agent Wilson Álvarez.[75]
  • n The Giants gained a supplemental first-round pick in 1999 for losing free agent José Mesa.[76]
  • o The Giants gained a compensatory and a supplemental first-round pick in 2001 for losing free agent Ellis Burks to the Cleveland Indians.[77]
  • p The Giants gained a compensatory and a supplemental first-round pick in 2003 for losing free agent Jeff Kent to the Houston Astros. They lost their original first-round pick to the Oakland Athletics as compensation for signing free agent Ray Durham.[78]
  • q The Giants lost their first-round pick in 2004 to the Kansas City Royals as compensation for signing free agent Michael Tucker.[79]
  • r The Giants lost their first-round pick in 2005 to the Florida Marlins as compensation for signing free agent Armando Benítez.[80]
  • s The Giants gained a supplemental first-round pick in 2006 for losing free agent Scott Eyre.[81]
  • t The Giants gained a compensatory and a supplemental first-round pick in 2007 for losing free agent Jason Schmidt to the Los Angeles Dodgers.[82]
  • u The Giants gained a compensatory and a supplemental first-round pick in 2007 for losing free agent Moisés Alou to the New York Mets.[82]
  • v The Giants gained a supplemental first-round pick in 2007 for losing free agent Mike Stanton.[82]
  • w The Giants gained a supplemental first-round pick in 2008 for losing free agent Pedro Feliz.[83]
  • x The Giants gained a supplemental first-round pick in 2011 for losing free agent Juan Uribe.[84]

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