List of Toronto Blue Jays first-round draft picks

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Roy Halladay (1995) is the only Blue Jays' first-round pick to win a Cy Young Award with the team.

The Toronto Blue Jays are a Major League Baseball (MLB) franchise based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. They play in the American League East division. Since the Blue Jays' entrance into the league in 1977, the Blue Jays have selected 63 players in the first round. Officially known as the "First-Year Player Draft",[1] the Rule 4 Draft is MLB's primary mechanism for assigning amateur players from high schools, colleges, and other amateur clubs to its teams. 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] The First-Year Player Draft is unrelated to the 1976 expansion draft in which the Blue Jays initially filled their roster.

Of the 63 players picked in the first round by Toronto, 29 have been pitchers, the most of any position; 21 of them were right-handed, while 8 were left-handed. Thirteen shortstops, twelve outfielders, four third basemen, and three catchers and first basemen were also taken. The team has never drafted a player at second base.[3] Fourteen of the players came from high schools or universities in the state of California, and Texas follow with six players.[3] They have also drafted two players from Puerto Rico: Alex Ríos (1999) and Miguel Negrón (2000).[3]

Ed Sprague, Jr. (1988), who was with the franchise when they won the World Series in 1992 and 1993, is the only pick to win a championship with the team.[4] None of the Blue Jays' first-round picks have been elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame, and no picks have won the MLB Rookie of the Year award, though Shawn Green (1991) and Alex Ríos (1999) finished fifth in the voting in 1995 and 2004, respectively.[5][6] Roy Halladay (1995) is the only first-round pick of the Blue Jays to earn a Cy Young Award with the team, winning in 2003.[7] Jay Schroeder (1979) was drafted as a catcher, but ended up becoming a quarterback for ten years in the National Football League.[8]

The Blue Jays have made 23 selections in the supplemental round of the draft and 30 compensatory picks since their entry into the league in 1977.[3] These additional picks are provided when a team loses a particularly valuable free agent in the previous off-season,[2][9][V] or, more recently, if a team fails to sign a draft pick from the previous year.[10] The Blue Jays have failed to sign two of their first-round picks, James Paxton (2009), who opted to return to the University of Kentucky, and Tyler Beede (2011).[11] The Blue Jays received the 38th pick in 2010 and the 22nd pick in 2012 as compensation.[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 may have gone on to play
Pick Indicates the number of the pick
* Player did not sign with the Blue Jays
§ Indicates a supplemental pick
'92–'93 Player was a member of Blue Jays' 1992 and 1993 championship teams

Picks[edit]

Chris Carpenter (1993), one of four players drafted in the first round of the 1993 draft, won a Cy Young Award with the St. Louis Cardinals.[13]
Vernon Wells (1997) is one of seven players drafted with the top five picks in the first round by the Blue Jays.
Alex Ríos (1999) is one of two players drafted by the Blue Jays from Puerto Rico.
Aaron Hill (2003) was drafted as a shortstop, but was converted to second base and has played over 500 games with the Blue Jays at that position.[14]
Ricky Romero (2005) is one of twelve players drafted from the state of California by the Blue Jays.
Brett Cecil (2007) is one of five players drafted by the Blue Jays in the first round of the 2007 draft.
Year Name Position School (location) Pick Ref
1977 Tom Goffena Shortstop Sidney High School
(Sidney, Ohio)
25 [15]
1978 Moseby, LloydLloyd Moseby First baseman Oakland High School
(Oakland, California)
2 [16]
1979 Schroeder, JayJay Schroeder Catcher Palisades High School
(Pacific Palisades, California)
3 [17]
1980 Garry Harris Shortstop Hoover High School
(San Diego, California)
2 [18]
1981 Williams, MattMatt Williams Right-handed pitcher Rice University
(Houston, Texas)
5 [19]
1981 Cerutti, JohnJohn Cerutti Left-handed pitcher Amherst College
(Amherst, Massachusetts)
21[a] [19]
1982 Schmidt, AugieAugie Schmidt Shortstop University of New Orleans
(New Orleans, Louisiana)
2 [20]
1983 Stark, MattMatt Stark Catcher Los Altos High School
(Hacienda Heights, California)
9 [21]
1984 no first-round pick[b] [3]
1985 Greg David Outfielder Barron G. Collier High School
(Naples, Florida)
25 [22]
1986 Earl Sanders Right-handed pitcher Jackson State University
(Jackson, Mississippi)
26 [23]
1987 Sanchez, AlexAlex Sanchez Right-handed pitcher University of California, Los Angeles
(Los Angeles, California)
13 [24]
1988 Sprague, Jr., EdEd Sprague, Jr.'92–'93 Third baseman Stanford University
(Stanford, California)
25 [25]
1989 Zosky, EddieEddie Zosky Shortstop California State University, Fresno
(Fresno, California)
19 [26]
1990 Karsay, SteveSteve Karsay Right-handed pitcher Christ The King Regional High School
(Queens, New York)
22 [27]
1991 Green, ShawnShawn Green Outfielder Tustin High School
(Tustin, California)
16[c] [28]
1991 Ware, JeffJeff Ware Right-handed pitcher Old Dominion University
(Norfolk, Virginia)
35§[d] [28]
1991 Powell, DanteDante Powell Shortstop Millikan High School
(Long Beach, California)
42§[e] [28]
1992 Stewart, ShannonShannon Stewart Outfielder Miami Southridge High School
(Miami, Florida)
19[f] [29]
1992 Steverson, ToddTodd Steverson Outfielder Arizona State University
(Tempe, Arizona)
25 [29]
1992 Brandon Cromer Shortstop Lexington High School
(Lexington, South Carolina)
34§[g] [29]
1993 Carpenter, ChrisChris Carpenter Right-handed pitcher Trinity High School
(Manchester, New Hampshire)
15[h] [30]
1993 Matt Farner Outfielder East Pennsboro High School
(Enola, Pennsylvania)
37§[i] [30]
1993 Jeremy Lee Right-handed pitcher Galesburg High School
(Galesburg, Illinois)
40§[j] [30]
1993 Lukasiewicz, MarkMark Lukasiewicz Left-handed pitcher Brevard Community College
(Cocoa, Florida)
41§[k] [30]
1994 Witt, KevinKevin Witt Shortstop Bishop Kenny High School
(Jacksonville, Florida)
28 [31]
1995 Halladay, RoyRoy Halladay Right-handed pitcher Arvada West High School
(Arvada, Colorado)
17 [32]
1996 Koch, BillyBilly Koch Right-handed pitcher Clemson University
(Clemson, South Carolina)
4 [33]
1996 Lawrence, JoeJoe Lawrence Shortstop Alfred M. Barbe High School
(Lake Charles, Louisiana)
16[l] [33]
1996 Pete Tucci First baseman Providence College
(Providence, Rhode Island)
31§[m] [33]
1997 Wells, VernonVernon Wells Outfielder Bowie High School
(Arlington, Texas)
5 [34]
1998 López, FelipeFelipe López Third baseman Lake Brantley High School
(Altamonte Springs, Florida)
8 [35]
1999 Ríos, AlexAlex Ríos Outfielder San Pedro Martin High School
(Guaynabo, Puerto Rico)
19 [36]
2000 Negrón, MiguelMiguel Negrón Outfielder Manuela Toro High School
(Caguas, Puerto Rico)
18 [37]
2000 McGowan, DustinDustin McGowan Right-handed pitcher Long County High School
(Ludowici, Georgia)
33§[n] [37]
2001 Gross, GabeGabe Gross Outfielder Auburn University
(Auburn, Alabama)
15 [38]
2002 Adams, RussRuss Adams Shortstop University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
(Chapel Hill, North Carolina)
14 [39]
2003 Hill, AaronAaron Hill Shortstop Louisiana State University
(Baton Rouge, Louisiana)
13 [40]
2004 Purcey, DavidDavid Purcey Left-handed pitcher University of Oklahoma
(Norman, Oklahoma)
16 [41]
2004 Jackson, ZachZach Jackson Left-handed pitcher Texas A&M University
(College Station, Texas)
32§[o] [41]
2005 Romero, RickyRicky Romero Left-handed pitcher California State University, Fullerton
(Fullerton, California)
6 [42]
2006 Snider, TravisTravis Snider Outfielder Henry M. Jackson High School
(Everett, Washington)
14 [43]
2007 Ahrens, KevinKevin Ahrens Shortstop Memorial High School
(Houston, Texas)
16[p] [44]
2007 Arencibia, J. P.J. P. Arencibia Catcher University of Tennessee
(Knoxville, Tennessee)
21 [44]
2007 Cecil, BrettBrett Cecil Left-handed pitcher University of Maryland, College Park
(College Park, Maryland)
38§[q] [44]
2007 Jackson, JustinJustin Jackson Shortstop Roberson High School
(Asheville, North Carolina)
45§[r] [44]
2007 Magnuson, TrystanTrystan Magnuson Right-handed pitcher University of Louisville
(Louisville, Kentucky)
56§[s] [44]
2008 Cooper, DavidDavid Cooper First baseman University of California, Berkeley
(Berkeley, California)
17 [45]
2009 Jenkins, ChadChad Jenkins Right-handed pitcher Kennesaw State University
(Kennesaw, Georgia)
20 [46]
2009 Paxton, JamesJames Paxton* Left-handed pitcher University of Kentucky
(Lexington, Kentucky)
37§[t] [46]
2010 McGuire, DeckDeck McGuire Right-handed pitcher Georgia Institute of Technology
(Atlanta, Georgia)
11 [47]
2010 Sanchez, AaronAaron Sanchez Right-handed pitcher Barstow High School
(Barstow, California)
34§[u] [47]
2010 Syndergaard, NoahNoah Syndergaard Right-handed pitcher Legacy High School
(Mansfield, Texas)
38§[v] [47]
2010 Wojciechowski, AsherAsher Wojciechowski Right-handed pitcher The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina
(Charleston, South Carolina)
41§[w] [47]
2011 Beede, TylerTyler Beede* Right-handed pitcher Lawrence Academy
(Groton, Massachusetts)
21 [48]
2011 Anderson, JacobJacob Anderson Outfielder Chino High School
(Chino, California)
35§[x] [48]
2011 Musgrove, JoeJoe Musgrove Right-handed pitcher Grossmont High School
(San Diego, California)
46§[y] [48]
2011 Smith, Jr., DwightDwight Smith, Jr. Outfielder McIntosh High School
(Peachtree City, Georgia)
53§[z] [48]
2011 Comer, KevinKevin Comer Right-handed pitcher Seneca High School
(Tabernacle Township, New Jersey)
57§[aa] [48]
2012 Davis, D. J.D. J. Davis Outfielder Stone County High School
(Wiggins, Mississippi)
17 [49]
2012 Stroman, MarcusMarcus Stroman Right-handed pitcher Duke University
(Durham, North Carolina)
22[ab] [49]
2012 Smoral, MattMatt Smoral Left-handed pitcher Solon High School
(Solon, Ohio)
50§[ac] [49]
2012 Nay, MitchMitch Nay Third baseman Hamilton High School
(Chandler, Arizona)
58§[ad] [49]
2012 Gonzales, TylerTyler Gonzales Right-handed pitcher Madison High School
(San Antonio, Texas)
60§[ae] [49]
2013 Bickford, PhilPhil Bickford* Right-handed pitcher Oaks Christian School
(Westlake Village, California)
10 [50]

See also[edit]

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.[10]
  • a The Blue Jays gained a compensatory first-round pick in 1981 from the Milwaukee Brewers for losing free agent Roy Howell.[51]
  • b The Blue Jays lost their first-round pick in 1984 to the Chicago White Sox as compensation for signing free agent Dennis Lamp.[52]
  • c The Blue Jays gained a compensatory first-round pick in 1991 from the San Francisco Giants for losing free agent Bud Black.[53]
  • d The Blue Jays gained a supplemental first-round pick in 1991 for losing free agent George Bell.[53]
  • e The Blue Jays gained a supplemental first-round pick in 1991 for losing free agent Bud Black.[53]
  • f The Blue Jays gained a compensatory first-round pick in 1992 from the Los Angeles Dodgers for losing free agent Tom Candiotti.[54]
  • g The Blue Jays gained a supplemental first-round pick in 1992 for losing free agent Tom Candiotti.[54]
  • h The Blue Jays gained a compensatory first-round pick in 1993 from the Texas Rangers for losing free agent Tom Henke.[55]
  • i The Blue Jays gained a supplemental first-round pick in 1993 for losing free agent David Cone.[55]
  • j The Blue Jays gained a supplemental first-round pick in 1993 for losing free agent Tom Henke.[55]
  • k The Blue Jays gained a supplemental first-round pick in 1993 for losing free agent Jimmy Key.[55]
  • l The Blue Jays gained a compensatory first-round pick in 1996 from the Baltimore Orioles for losing free agent Roberto Alomar.[56]
  • m The Blue Jays gained a supplemental first-round pick in 1996 for losing free agent Roberto Alomar.[56]
  • n The Blue Jays gained a supplemental first-round pick in 2000 for losing free agent Graeme Lloyd.[57]
  • o The Blue Jays gained a supplemental first-round pick in 2004 for losing free agent Kelvim Escobar.[58]
  • p The Blue Jays gained a compensatory first-round pick in 2007 from the Texas Rangers for losing free agent Frank Catalanotto.[59]
  • q The Blue Jays gained a supplemental first-round pick in 2007 for losing free agent Justin Speier.[59]
  • r The Blue Jays gained a supplemental first-round pick in 2007 for losing free agent Frank Catalanotto.[59]
  • s The Blue Jays gained a supplemental first-round pick in 2007 for losing free agent Ted Lilly.[59]
  • t The Blue Jays gained a supplemental first-round pick in 2009 for losing free agent A. J. Burnett.[60]
  • u The Blue Jays gained a supplemental first-round pick in 2010 for losing free agent Marco Scutaro.[61]
  • v The Blue Jays gained a supplemental first-round pick in 2010 for failing to sign draft pick James Paxton.[12]
  • w The Blue Jays gained a supplemental first-round pick in 2010 for losing free agent Rod Barajas.[61]
  • x The Blue Jays gained a supplemental first-round pick in 2011 for losing free agent Scott Downs.[62]
  • y The Blue Jays gained a supplemental first-round pick in 2011 for losing free agent John Buck.[62]
  • z The Blue Jays gained a supplemental first-round pick in 2011 for losing free agent Kevin Gregg.[62]
  • aa The Blue Jays gained a supplemental first-round pick in 2011 for losing free agent Miguel Olivo.[62]
  • ab The Blue Jays gained a compensatory first-round pick in 2012 for failing to sign draft pick Tyler Beede.[49]
  • ac The Blue Jays gained a supplemental first-round pick in 2012 for losing free agent Frank Francisco.[49]
  • ad The Blue Jays gained a supplemental first-round pick in 2012 for losing free agent Jon Rauch.[49]
  • ae The Blue Jays gained a supplemental first-round pick in 2012 for losing free agent Jose Molina.[49]

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