List of Chicago White Sox first-round draft picks

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The Chicago White Sox are a Major League Baseball (MLB) franchise based in Chicago, Illinois. They play in the American League Central division. Since the institution of MLB's Rule 4 Draft, the White Sox have selected 65 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 baseball players from high schools, colleges, and other amateur baseball 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]

Of the 65 players picked in the first round by the Chicago White Sox, 31 have been pitchers, the most of any position; 20 of them were right-handed, while 11 were left-handed. Twelve outfielders, eight catchers, five shortstops, five third basemen, and four 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 Florida follows with eight players.[3] The White Sox have also drafted six players from their home state of Illinois.[3]

One player has won a championship with the team; Aaron Rowand (1998) was part of the 2005 World Series championship team.[4] Frank Thomas (1989) was a member of the Chicago White Sox for 16 years, including the 2005 season, but was not part of the World Series roster due to injury.[5] Thomas is also the only first-round draft pick to win the Most Valuable Player Award, winning the honor in both 1993 and 1994.[6] One pick, 1987 selection Jack McDowell, has won the Cy Young Award with the team; he won it in 1993.[7] The White Sox had the first overall selection twice in the draft, which they used on Danny Goodwin (1971) and Harold Baines (1977).

The White Sox have made 16 selections in the supplemental round of the draft and 5 compensatory picks since the institution of the First-Year Player Draft in 1965.[3] These additional picks are provided when a team loses a particularly valuable free agent in the previous off-season,[2][8][V] or, more recently, if a team fails to sign a draft pick from the previous year.[9] The White Sox have failed to sign three of their first-round picks: Danny Goodwin (1971), Steve Buechele (1979), and Bobby Seay (1996). The White Sox did not receive any compensation for Goodwin or Buechele, but they did receive the 51st pick in 1997 for failing to sign Seay.[3]

Key[edit]

Year Each 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 White Sox
§ Indicates a supplemental pick
'05 Player was a member of the White Sox' 2005 championship team

Picks[edit]

Jack McDowell, speaking, in 2007.
Jack McDowell (1987) won the Cy Young Award with the White Sox in 1993.
Bobby Seay on the pitchers' mound, in his follow through motion after throwing a pitch for the Detroit Tigers.
Bobby Seay (1996) was one of seven players drafted by the White Sox from the state of Florida.
Kip wells in his wind-up, preparing to throw a pitch for the Washington Nationals, wearing uniform number 32.
Kip Wells (1998) was one of two players drafted by the White Sox from Baylor University.
Aaron Rowand, playing with the San Francisco Giants, stands in the outfield.
Aaron Rowand (1998) won a World Series title with the White Sox in 2005.
Royce Ring throwing a pitch, about to release the ball, playing for the Atlanta Braves.
Royce Ring (2002) was one of 14 players drafted by the White Sox from the state of California.
Brian Anderson following through on his swing, looking towards the left and the ball (offscreen) he has just hit. He is playing for the Chicago White Sox.
Josh Fields, standing, looking at the camera, wearing number 22 for the Chicago White Sox.
Josh Fields (2004) was one of two players drafted by the White Sox from Oklahoma State University.
Year Name Position School (location) Pick Ref
1965 Ken Plesha Catcher University of Notre Dame
(Notre Dame, Indiana)
17 [11]
1966 May, CarlosCarlos May Outfielder A. H. Parker High School
(Birmingham, Alabama)
18 [12]
1967 William Haynes Third baseman Headland High School
(East Point, Georgia)
13 [13]
1968 McKinney, RichRich McKinney Shortstop Ohio University
(Athens, Ohio)
14 [14]
1969 Ted Nicholson Third baseman Oak Park High School
(Laurel, Mississippi)
3 [15]
1970 Richard, LeeLee Richard Shortstop Southern University
(Baton Rouge, Louisiana)
6 [16]
1971 Goodwin, DannyDanny Goodwin* Catcher Peoria Central High School
(Peoria, Illinois)
1 [17]
1972 Mike Ondina Outfielder Cordova High School
(Rancho Cordova, California)
12 [18]
1973 Swisher, SteveSteve Swisher Catcher Ohio University
(Athens, Ohio)
21 [19]
1974 Monroe, LarryLarry Monroe Right-handed pitcher Forest View High School
(Arlington Heights, Illinois)
8 [20]
1975 Knapp, ChrisChris Knapp Right-handed pitcher Central Michigan University
(Mount Pleasant, Michigan)
11 [21]
1976 Trout, SteveSteve Trout Left-handed pitcher Thornwood High School
(South Holland, Illinois)
8 [22]
1977 Baines, HaroldHarold Baines First baseman St. Michael's High School
(Easton, Maryland)
1 [23]
1978 no first-round pick[a] [3]
1979 Buechele, SteveSteve Buechele* Shortstop Servite High School
(Anaheim, California)
9 [24]
1979 Seilheimer, RickyRicky Seilheimer Catcher Brenham High School
(Brenham, Texas)
19§[b] [24]
1980 Espy, CecilCecil Espy Outfielder Point Loma High School
(San Diego, California)
8 [25]
1981 Boston, DarylDaryl Boston Left-handed pitcher Woodward High School
(Cincinnati, Ohio)
7 [26]
1982 Karkovice, RonRon Karkovice Catcher William R. Boone High School
(Orlando, Florida)
14 [27]
1983 Davis, JoelJoel Davis Right-handed pitcher Sandalwood High School
(Jacksonville, Florida)
13[c] [28]
1983 Morman, RussRuss Morman Outfielder Wichita State University
(Wichita, Kansas)
28§[d] [28]
1984 Menendez, TonyTony Menendez Right-handed pitcher American High School
(Miami, Florida)
20[e] [29]
1984 Tom Hartley Outfielder Hudson's Bay High School
(Vancouver, Washington)
26 [29]
1985 Brown, KurtKurt Brown Catcher Glendora High School
(Glendora, California)
5 [30]
1986 Grady Hall Left-handed pitcher Northwestern University
(Evanston, Illinois)
20 [31]
1987 McDowell, JackJack McDowell Right-handed pitcher Stanford University
(Stanford, California)
5 [32]
1988 Ventura, RobinRobin Ventura Third baseman Oklahoma State University
(Stillwater, Oklahoma)
10 [33]
1989 Thomas, FrankFrank Thomas First baseman Auburn University
(Auburn, Alabama)
7 [34]
1990 Fernandez, AlexAlex Fernandez Right-handed pitcher Miami Dade College
(Miami, Florida)
4 [35]
1991 Ruffcorn, ScottScott Ruffcorn Right-handed pitcher Baylor University
(Waco, Texas)
25 [36]
1992 Eddie Pearson First baseman Bishop State Community College
(Mobile, Alabama)
24 [37]
1993 Scott Christman Left-handed pitcher Oregon State University
(Corvallis, Oregon)
17 [38]
1994 Johnson, MarkMark Johnson Catcher Warner Robins High School
(Warner Robins, Georgia)
26 [39]
1994 Clemons, ChrisChris Clemons Right-handed pitcher Texas A&M University
(College Station, Texas)
33§[f] [39]
1995 Liefer, JeffJeff Liefer Third baseman Long Beach State University
(Long Beach, California)
25 [40]
1996 Seay, BobbyBobby Seay* Left-handed pitcher Sarasota High School
(Sarasota, Florida)
12 [41]
1997 Dellaero, JasonJason Dellaero Shortstop University of South Florida
(Tampa, Florida)
15 [42]
1997 Kyle Kane Right-handed pitcher Saddleback College
(Mission Viejo, California)
33§[g] [42]
1997 Brett Caradonna Outfielder El Capitan High School
(Lakeside, California)
34§[h] [42]
1997 Myette, AaronAaron Myette Right-handed pitcher Central Arizona College
(Coolidge, Arizona)
43§[i] [42]
1997 Parque, JimJim Parque Left-handed pitcher University of California, Los Angeles
(Los Angeles, California)
46§[j] [42]
1997 Biddle, RockyRocky Biddle Right-handed pitcher Long Beach State University
(Long Beach, California)
51§[k] [42]
1998 Wells, KipKip Wells Right-handed pitcher Baylor University
(Waco, Texas)
16 [43]
1998 Rowand, AaronAaron Rowand '05 Outfielder California State University, Fullerton
(Fullerton, California)
35§[l] [43]
1999 Jason Stumm Right-handed pitcher Centralia High School
(Centralia, Washington)
15 [44]
1999 Ginter, MattMatt Ginter Right-handed pitcher Mississippi State University
(Mississippi State, Mississippi)
22§[m] [44]
1999 Brian West Right-handed pitcher West Monroe High School
(West Monroe, Louisiana)
35§[n] [44]
1999 Rob Purvis Right-handed pitcher Bradley University
(Peoria, Illinois)
45§[o] [44]
2000 Borchard, JoeJoe Borchard Outfielder Stanford University
(Stanford, California)
12 [45]
2001 Kris Honel Right-handed pitcher Providence Catholic High School
(New Lenox, Illinois)
16[p] [46]
2001 Wyatt Allen Right-handed pitcher University of Tennessee
(Knoxville, Tennessee)
39§[q] [46]
2002 Ring, RoyceRoyce Ring Left-handed pitcher San Diego State University
(San Diego, California)
18 [47]
2003 Anderson, BrianBrian Anderson Outfielder University of Arizona
(Tucson, Arizona)
15 [48]
2004 Fields, JoshJosh Fields Third baseman Oklahoma State University
(Stillwater, Oklahoma)
18 [49]
2004 Lumsden, TylerTyler Lumsden Left-handed pitcher Clemson University
(Clemson, South Carolina)
34§[r] [49]
2004 Gonzalez, GioGio Gonzalez Left-handed pitcher Monsignor Edward Pace High School
(Opa-locka, Florida)
38§[s] [49]
2005 Broadway, LanceLance Broadway Right-handed pitcher Texas Christian University
(Fort Worth, Texas)
15 [50]
2006 McCulloch, KyleKyle McCulloch Right-handed pitcher University of Texas at Austin
(Austin, Texas)
29 [51]
2007 Poreda, AaronAaron Poreda Left-handed pitcher University of San Francisco
(San Francisco, California)
25 [52]
2008 Beckham, GordonGordon Beckham Shortstop University of Georgia
(Athens, Georgia)
8 [53]
2009 Mitchell, JaredJared Mitchell Outfielder Louisiana State University
(Baton Rouge, Louisiana)
23 [54]
2009 Phegley, JoshJosh Phegley Catcher Indiana University
(Bloomington, Indiana)
38§[t] [54]
2010 Sale, ChrisChris Sale Left-handed pitcher Florida Gulf Coast University
(Fort Myers, Florida)
13 [55]
2011 Walker, KeenynKeenyn Walker Outfielder Central Arizona College
(Coolidge, Arizona)
47§[u] [56]
2012 Hawkins, CourtneyCourtney Hawkins Outfielder Mary Carroll High School
(Corpus Christi, Texas)
13 [57]
2012 Barnum, KeonKeon Barnum First baseman King High School
(Tampa, Florida)
48§[v] [57]
2013 Anderson, TimTim Anderson Shortstop East Central Community College
(Decatur, MS)
17 [58]
2014 Rodon, CarlosCarlos Rodon Left-handed pitcher North Carolina State University
(Raleigh, NC)
3 [58]
2015 Fulmer, CarsonCarson Fulmer Right-handed pitcher Vanderbilt University
(Lakeland, FL)
8 [58]
2016 Collins, ZackZack Collins Catcher University of Miami
(Miami, FL)
10 [58]
2016 Burdi, ZackZack Burdi Pitcher University of Louisville
(Louisville, Kentucky)
26§[w] [59]

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.[9]
  • a The White Sox lost their first-round pick in 1978 to the New York Yankees as compensation for signing free agent Ron Blomberg.[60]
  • b The White Sox gained a compensatory first-round pick in 1979 from the Baltimore Orioles for losing free agent Steve Stone.[61]
  • c The White Sox gained a compensatory first-round pick in 1983 from the New York Yankees for losing free agent Steve Kemp.[62]
  • d The White Sox gained a supplemental first-round pick in 1983 for losing free agent Steve Kemp.[62]
  • e The White Sox gained a compensatory first-round pick in 1984 from the Toronto Blue Jays for losing free agent Dennis Lamp.[63]
  • f The White Sox gained a supplemental first-round pick in 1994 for losing free agent Ellis Burks.[63]
  • g The White Sox gained a supplemental first-round pick in 1997 for losing free agent Alex Fernandez.[64]
  • h The White Sox gained a supplemental first-round pick in 1997 for losing free agent Kevin Tapani.[64]
  • i The White Sox gained a supplemental first-round pick in 1997 for losing free agent Alex Fernandez.[64]
  • j The White Sox gained a supplemental first-round pick in 1997 for losing free agent Alex Fernandez.[64]
  • k The White Sox gained a supplemental first-round pick in 1997 for failing to sign draft pick Bobby Seay.[64]
  • l The White Sox gained a supplemental first-round pick in 1998 for losing free agent Dave Martinez.[65]
  • m The White Sox gained a compensatory first-round pick in 1999 from the New York Mets for losing free agent Robin Ventura.[66]
  • n The White Sox gained a supplemental first-round pick in 1999 for losing free agent Albert Belle.[66]
  • o The White Sox gained a supplemental first-round pick in 1999 for losing free agent Robin Ventura.[66]
  • p The White Sox gained a compensatory first-round pick in 2001 from the Florida Marlins for losing free agent Charles Johnson.[67]
  • q The White Sox gained a supplemental first-round pick in 2001 for losing free agent Charles Johnson.[67]
  • r The White Sox gained a supplemental first-round pick in 2004 for losing free agent Bartolo Colón.[68]
  • s The White Sox gained a supplemental first-round pick in 2004 for losing free agent Tom Gordon.[68]
  • t The White Sox gained a supplemental first-round pick in 2009 for losing free agent Orlando Cabrera.[69]
  • u The White Sox gained a supplemental first-round pick in 2011 for losing free agent J. J. Putz.[70]
  • v The White Sox gained a supplemental first-round pick in 2012 for losing free agent Mark Buehrle.[57]

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