1965 Major League Baseball draft

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1965 MLB draft
Date(s) June 8–9, 1965
Location New York City
Picks
First selection Rick Monday
Kansas City Athletics
First round selections 20

The 1965 Major League Baseball Draft is the first year in which a draft took place for Major League Baseball. It was held on June 8–9 in New York City.[1]

In Major League Baseball's first Free Agent Amateur Draft, the Kansas City Athletics selected Arizona State sophomore Rick Monday as the number one pick.[2] Kansas City also chose ten future major leaguers, including Sal Bando (6th round) and Gene Tenace (20th round), building the base for the Oakland Athletics' championship teams of the early 1970s.

A total of 813 players were selected. Some of the more significant picks were catcher Johnny Bench by the Cincinnati Reds in the second round, pitcher Nolan Ryan by the New York Mets in the twelfth round, and infielder Graig Nettles by the Minnesota Twins in the fourth round. The first player to reach the majors was pitcher Joe Coleman, the Washington Senators' first pick and third pick overall. Future Hall of Famer Tom Seaver was selected by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 10th round but did not sign and returned to the University of Southern California campus.[3]

Key[edit]

Pick Indicates the number of the pick
Player Indicates the player selected
Team Indicates the team making the pick
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
* Player did not sign with their team
^ Player made a Major League Baseball All-Star Game appearance
Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum

First Round Selections[edit]

Pick Player Team Position School (Location) Ref
1 Rick Monday^ Kansas City Athletics Outfielder Arizona State University
(Tempe, Arizona)
[4]
2 Les Rohr New York Mets Left-handed pitcher Billings West High School
(Billings, Montana)
[4]
3 Joe Coleman^ Washington Senators Right-handed pitcher Natick High School
(Natick, Massachusetts)
[4]
4 Alex Barrett Houston Astros Shortstop Atwater High School
(Atwater, California)
[4]
5 Billy Conigliaro Boston Red Sox Outfielder Swampscott High School
(Swampscott, Massachusetts)
[4]
6 Rick James Chicago Cubs Right-handed pitcher Coffee High School
(Florence, Alabama)
[4]
7 Ray Fosse^ Cleveland Indians Catcher Marion High School
(Marion, Illinois)
[4]
8 John Wyatt Los Angeles Dodgers Shortstop Bakersfield High School
(Bakersfield, California)
[4]
9 Eddie Leon* Minnesota Twins Shortstop University of Arizona
(Tucson, Arizona)
[4]
10 Doug Dickerson Pittsburgh Pirates Outfielder Ensley High School
(Birmingham, Alabama)
[4]
11 Jim Spencer^ Los Angeles Angels First baseman Andover High School
(Glen Burnie, Maryland)
[4]
12 Dick Grant Milwaukee Braves First baseman Watertown High School
(Watertown, Massachusetts)
[4]
13 Gene Lamont Detroit Tigers Catcher Hiawatha High School
(Kirkland, Illinois)
[4]
14 Al Gallagher San Francisco Giants Third baseman Santa Clara University
(Santa Clara, California)
[4]
15 Scott McDonald Baltimore Orioles Right-handed pitcher Marquette High School
(Yakima, Washington)
[4]
16 Bernie Carbo Cincinnati Reds Third baseman Livonia Franklin High School
(Livonia, Michigan)
[4]
17 Ken Plesha Chicago White Sox Catcher Notre Dame University
(Notre Dame, Indiana)
[4]
18 Mike Adamson* Philadelphia Phillies Right-handed pitcher Point Loma High School
(San Diego, California)
[4]
19 Bill Burbach New York Yankees Right-handed pitcher Wahlert High School
(Dickeyville, Wisconsin)
[4]
20 Joe DiFabio St. Louis Cardinals Right-handed pitcher Delta State University
(Cleveland, Mississippi)
[4]

Post-First Round Selections[edit]

The list of later selections is limited to those who have made at least one major league appearance.

Round Pick Player Team Position School (Location) Ref
2 21 Joe Keough Kansas City Athletics First baseman Mt. San Antonio College
(Walnut, California)
[5]
2 24 Keith Lampard Houston Astros Outfielder University of Oregon
(Eugene, Oregon)
[5]
2 26 Ken Rudolph Chicago Cubs Catcher University of Nebraska
(Lincoln, Nebraska)
[5]
2 28 Alan Foster Los Angeles Dodgers Right-handed pitcher Los Altos High School
(Hacienda Heights, California)
[5]
2 29 Del Unser* Minnesota Twins Outfielder Mississippi State University
(Mississippi State, Mississippi)
[5]
2 31 Sandy Vance* Los Angeles Angels Right-handed pitcher Pasadena High School
(Pasadena, California)
[5]
2 36 Johnny Bench Cincinnati Reds Catcher Binger High School
(Binger, Oklahoma)
[5]
2 38 Larry Hisle^ Philadelphia Phillies Outfielder Portsmouth High School
(Portsmouth, Ohio)
[5]
2 39 Danny Thompson* New York Yankees Shortstop Capron High School
(Capron, Oklahoma)
[5]
3 41 Bob Stinson* Kansas City Athletics Outfielder Miami Senior High School
(Miami, Florida)
[6]
3 42 Joe Moock New York Mets Shortstop Louisiana State University
(Baton Rouge, Louisiana)
[6]
3 43 Gene Martin Washington Senators Outfielder Dougherty Comprehensive High School
(Albany, Georgia)
[6]
3 45 Ken Poulsen Boston Red Sox Third baseman Birmingham High School
(Van Nuys, California)
[6]
3 51 Dick Baney* Los Angeles Angels Right-handed pitcher Anaheim High School
(Anaheim, California)
[6]
3 53 Andy Messersmith*^ Detroit Tigers Right-handed pitcher University of California, Berkeley
(Berkeley, California)
[6]
3 55 Frank Tepedino Baltimore Orioles First baseman Wingate High School
(Brooklyn, New York)
[6]
3 58 Bill Champion Philadelphia Phillies Right-handed pitcher Shelby High School
(Shelby, North Carolina)
[6]
4 61 Ken Holtzman^ Chicago Cubs Left-handed pitcher University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
(Urbana, Illinois)
[7]
4 64 Charlie Vaughan Milwaukee Braves Left-handed pitcher Brownsville High School
(Brownsville, Texas)
[7]
4 66 Ken Boswell New York Mets Second baseman Sam Houston State University
(Huntsville, Texas)
[7]
4 68 Stan Bahnsen New York Yankees Right-handed pitcher University of Nebraska
(Lincoln, Nebraska)
[7]
4 71 Bob Reed* Detroit Tigers Right-handed pitcher University of Michigan
(Ann Arbor, Michigan)
[7]
4 73 Harry Parker St. Louis Cardinals Right-handed pitcher Collinsville High School
(Collinsville, Illinois)
[7]
4 74 Graig Nettles^ Minnesota Twins Third baseman San Diego State University
(San Diego, California)
[7]
4 76 Pat Jacquez* Houston Astros Right-handed pitcher Stagg High School
(Stockton, California)
[7]
4 79 Pete Koegel Kansas City Athletics Outfielder Seaford High School
(Seaford, New York)
[7]
4 80 Fred Rath, Sr. Chicago White Sox Right-handed pitcher Baylor University
(Waco, Texas)
[7]
5 85 Terry Harmon Philadelphia Phillies Shortstop Ohio University
(Athens, Ohio)
[8]
5 87 Joe Henderson Los Angeles Angels Third baseman Edison High School
(Fresno, California)
[8]
5 92 Rich Robertson San Francisco Giants Right-handed pitcher Santa Clara University
(Santa Clara, California)
[8]
5 95 Amos Otis^ Boston Red Sox Shortstop Williamson High School
(Mobile, Alabama)
[8]
6 104 Wayne Garrett Milwaukee Braves Shortstop Sarasota High School
(Sarasota, Florida)
[9]
6 105 Bob Chlupsa* Philadelphia Phillies Right-handed pitcher Manhattan College
(New York City)
[9]
6 107 Clyde Wright^ Los Angeles Angels Outfielder Carson-Newman College
(Jefferson City, Tennessee)
[9]
6 117 Hal McRae^ Cincinnati Reds Shortstop Florida A&M University
(Tallahassee, Florida)
[9]
6 118 Bill Dillman Baltimore Orioles Right-handed pitcher Wake Forest University
(Winston-Salem, North Carolina)
[9]
6 119 Sal Bando^ Kansas City Athletics Third baseman Arizona State University
(Tempe, Arizona)
[9]
7 121 Garry Jestadt Chicago Cubs Shortstop Fremont High School
(Sunnyvale, California)
[10]
7 127 Marty Pattin^ Los Angeles Angels Right-handed pitcher Eastern Illinois University
(Charleston, Illinois)
[10]
7 128 Darcy Fast* New York Yankees Left-handed pitcher North Thurston High School
(Olympia, Washington)
[10]
7 135 Jim Hutto Boston Red Sox Third baseman Pensacola High School
(Pensacola, Florida)
[10]
7 139 Scott Reid* Kansas City Athletics Outfielder Cerritos College
(Norwalk, California)
[10]
8 154 Ron Keller Minnesota Twins Right-handed pitcher Indiana University
(Bloomington, Indiana)
[11][12]
8 157 John Morlan* Cincinnati Reds Outfielder West High School
(Columbus, Ohio)
[11][12]
9 161 Joe Decker Chicago Cubs Right-handed pitcher Petaluma High School
(Petaluma, California)
[11][13]
9 163 Garry Hill Washington Senators Right-handed pitcher Garinger High School
(Charlotte, North Carolina)
[11][13]
9 169 Vic Albury Cleveland Indians First baseman Key West High School
(Key West, Florida)
[11][13]
10 185 Ken Szotkiewicz* Philadelphia Phillies Second baseman Saleslanum High School
(Wilmington, Delaware)
[11][14]
10 189 Greg Washburn* Cleveland Indians pitcher Coal City (Coal City,IL) [11][14]
10 190 Tom Seaver*† Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher USC
(Los Angeles)
[11][14]
10 191 Gary Taylor Detroit Tigers pitcher Central Michigan University [11][14]
10 196 Danny Walton Houston Astros outfielder Bishop Amat Memorial High School
(La Puente, CA)
[11][14]
10 199 George Lauzerique Kansas City Athletics pitcher George Washington High School (New York, NY) [11][14]
10 200 Ron Lolich Chicago White Sox 3B-OF Central Catholic (Pittsburgh, PA) [11][14]
11 201 Tom House* Chicago Cubs pitcher Nogales
(La Puente, CA)
[11][15]
11 206 Jim McAndrew New York Mets pitcher University of Iowa
[11][15]
11 212 Chris Arnold San Francisco Giants shortstop Arcadia (Arcadia,CA) [11][15]
11 216 Gary Gentry* Houston Astros pitcher Phoenix College
[11][15]
12 226 Nolan Ryan New York Mets right handed pitcher Alvin High School [11][16]
13 241 Darrell Evans* Chicago Cubs third baseman John Muir High School [11][17]
13 [11][17]
15 [11][18]
15 [11][18]
15 [11][18]
15 [11][18]
16 [11][19]
16 [11][19]
17 323 Dick Tidrow Washington Senators right handed pitcher Mt. Eden High School [11][20]
17 [11][20]
18 342 Bob Moose Pittsburgh Pirates right handed pitcher Franklin Area High School (Franklin,PA) [11][21]
18 [11][21]
18 356 Tom Murphy* Houston Astros right handed pitcher Ohio University [11][21]
18 [11][21]
18 [11][21]
20 [11][22]
20 382 Gene Garber Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania [11][22]
20 [11][22]
20 400 Gene Tenace^ Kansas City Athletics shortstop Lucasville, Ohio [11][22]
21 [11][23]
21 404 Ken Tatum* Milwaukee Braves pitcher Mississippi State University [11][23]
21 407 Doug Griffin California Angels 2B El Monte High School (El Monte, CA) [11][23]
21 413 Dan McGinn* St. Louis Cardinals pitcher University of Notre Dame [11][23]
21 417 Charlie Sands Baltimore Orioles catcher Newport News (Newport News,VA) [11][23]
21 [11][23]
22 421 Freddie Patek^ Pittsburgh Pirates shortstop Seguin, Texas [11][24]
22 [11][24]
22 430 Ron Bryant San Francisco Giants pitcher Davis, California [11][24]
23 447 Steve Arlin* Detroit Tigers pitcher Ohio State University [11][25]
23 453 Lowell Palmer* Baltimore Orioles pitcher Norte del Rio (Sacramento, CA) [11][25]
23 [11][25]
24 461 Steve Renko New York Mets 1b/pitcher University of Kansas [11][26]
25 [11][27]
25 [11][27]
26 493 Tom Dettore Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher Canon McMillan (Canonsburg,PA) [11][28]
26 [11][28]
26 505 Paul Reuschel* Cincinnati Reds pitcher Camp Point Central (Camp Point,IL) [11][28]
27 [11][29]
28 [11][30]
28 [11][30]
28 [11][30]
30 561 Lou Marone Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher San Diego Mesa College [11][31]
30 [11][31]
31 577 Jim Nelson Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher Burbank (Sacramento, CA) [11][32]
31 [11][32]
33 [11][33]
34 624 Tom Shopay New York Yankees OF Dean College [11][34]
35 636 Don Shaw New York Mets pitcher San Diego State University [11][35]
36 654 Jerry DaVanon* Houston Astros OF San Diego Mesa College [11][36]
37 662 Bill Butler Detroit Tigers pitcher Herndon (Herndon,VA) [11][37]
[11][38]
38 671 Duffy Dyer* Milwaukee Braves C-OF Arizona State University [11][39]
38 [11][39]
39 683 Danny Frisella* Milwaukee Braves pitcher Washington State University [11][40]
39 [11][40]
40 [11][41]
41 [11][42]
44 [11][43]
44 [11][43]
46 [11][44]
47 [11][45]
49 [11][46]
55 777 John Sipin St. Louis Cardinals Shortstop Watsonville High School
(Watsonville, California)
[11][47]
56 781 Rich Nye* Houston Astros Left-handed pitcher University of California, Berkeley
(Berkeley, California)
[11][48]
68 817 Otis Thornton Houston Astros Catcher Westfield High School
(Docena, Alabama)
[11][49]

References[edit]

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Preceded by
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1st Overall Picks
Rick Monday
Succeeded by
Steve Chilcott