List of Los Angeles Dodgers first-round draft picks

The Los Angeles Dodgers are a Major League Baseball (MLB) franchise based in Los Angeles, California. They play in the National League West division. Since the institution of MLB's Rule 4 Draft, the Dodgers have selected 64 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 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]

Of the 64 players picked in the first round by Los Angeles, 35 have been pitchers, the most of any position; 23 of these were right-handed, while 11 were left-handed. Nine players at shortstop and eight in the outfield were selected, while five catchers, three first basemen, and three third basemen were taken as well. The team also selected two players at second base.[3] Seven of the players came from high schools or universities in the state of Texas, while California follows with six players.

Five Dodgers first-round picks have won a World Series championships with the team. Pitchers Bob Welch (1977) and Steve Howe (1979) played with the 1981 championship team.[4][5] Shortstop Dave Anderson (1981) and first baseman Franklin Stubbs (1982) were a part of the 1988 championship team.[6][7] Catcher Mike Scioscia (1976) won championships with both teams.[8] Welch was also on the Oakland Athletics' 1988 team which lost to the Dodgers in the 1988 Series.[4] Howe and Rick Sutcliffe (1974) each won the MLB Rookie of the Year award.[5][9]

The Dodgers have made 11 selections in the supplemental round of the draft and have never made the first overall selection.[3][10] They have also had 16 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 prior off-season,[2][11][V] or, more recently, if a team fails to sign a draft pick from the previous year.[12] The Dodgers have failed to sign one of their first-round picks, Luke Hochevar (2005), but received no compensation pick.[13][14]

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Mike Scioscia (1976) won championships with the Dodgers in 1981 and 1988.

Key

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 Dodgers
§ Indicates a supplemental pick
'81 Player was a member of Dodgers' 1981 championship team
'88 Player was a member of Dodgers' 1988 championship team

Picks

Bobby Valentine2
Bobby Valentine (1968) is the only player drafted by the Dodgers in the first round from Connecticut.
Rick Sutcliffe
Rick Sutcliffe (1974) is one of two players taken by the Dodgers in the first round who went on to win the Rookie of the Year award.
Loney fields
James Loney (2002) is one of six players from Texas the Dodgers have drafted in the first round.
Chad Billingsley
Chad Billingsley (2003) is one of 18 right-handed pitchers the Dodgers have taken in the first round.
DSC05386 Luke Hochevar
Luke Hochevar did not sign with the Dodgers after being drafted in the supplemental round by the Dodgers in 2005.
Clayton Kershaw 2010 (1)
Clayton Kershaw (2006) won the Cy Young Award in 2011
Zach Lee
Zach Lee was the Dodgers 1st round pick in 2010
Year Name Position School (Location) Pick Ref
1965 John Wyatt Shortstop Bakersfield High School
(Bakersfield, California)
8 [15]
1966 Larry Hutton Right-handed pitcher Greenfield High School
(Greenfield, Indiana)
19 [16]
1967 Don Denbow Third baseman Southern Methodist University
(University Park, Texas)
20 [17]
1968 Bobby Valentine Outfielder Rippowam High School
(Stamford, Connecticut)
5 [18]
1969 Terry McDermott Catcher St. Agnes High School
(Queens, New York)
8 [19]
1970 Jim Haller Right-handed pitcher Creighton Preparatory School
(Omaha, Nebraska)
9 [20]
1971 Rick Rhoden Right-handed pitcher Atlantic High School
(Delray Beach, Florida)
20 [21]
1972 John Harbin Shortstop Newberry College
(Newberry, South Carolina)
17 [22]
1973 Ted Farr Catcher Shadle Park High School
(Spokane, Washington)
18 [23]
1974 Rick Sutcliffe Right-handed pitcher Van Horn High School
(Independence, Missouri)
21 [24]
1975 Mark Bradley Shortstop Elizabethtown High School
(Elizabethtown, Kentucky)
24 [25]
1976 Mike Scioscia '81, '88 Catcher Springfield High School
(Springfield, Pennsylvania)
19 [26]
1977 Bob Welch '81 Right-handed pitcher Eastern Michigan University
(Ypsilanti, Michigan)
20 [27]
1978 no first-round pick[a] [3]
1979 Steve Howe '81 Left-handed pitcher University of Michigan
(Ann Arbor, Michigan)
16[b] [28]
1979 Steve Perry Right-handed pitcher University of Michigan
(Ann Arbor, Michigan)
25[c] [28]
1980 Ross Jones Shortstop University of Miami
(Coral Gables, Florida)
9 [29]
1981 Dave Anderson '88 Shortstop Memphis State University
(Memphis, Tennessee)
22 [30]
1982 Franklin Stubbs '88 First baseman Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
(Blacksburg, Virginia)
19 [31]
1983 Erik Sonberg Left-handed pitcher Wichita State University
(Wichita, Kansas)
18 [32]
1984 Dennis Livingston Left-handed pitcher Oklahoma State University–Stillwater
(Stillwater, Oklahoma)
23 [33]
1985 Chris Gwynn Outfielder San Diego State University
(San Diego, California)
10 [34]
1986 Mike White Outfielder Loudon High School
(Loudon, Tennessee)
19 [35]
1987 Dan Opperman Right-handed pitcher Valley High School
(Las Vegas, Nevada)
8 [36]
1988 Bill Bene Right-fielder pitcher California State University, Los Angeles
(Los Angeles, California)
5 [37]
1989 Kiki Jones Right-handed pitcher Hillsborough High School
(Tampa, Florida)
15[d] [38]
1989 Tom Goodwin Outfielder California State University, Fresno
(Fresno, California)
22 [38]
1989 Jamie McAndrew Right-handed pitcher University of Florida
(Gainesville, Florida)
28§[e] [38]
1990 Ronnie Walden Left-handed pitcher Blanchard High School
(Blanchard, Oklahoma)
9 [39]
1991 no first-round pick[f] [3]
1992 Ryan Luzinski Catcher Holy Cross High School
(Delran, New Jersey)
32§[g] [40]
1992 Michael Moore Outfielder University of California, Los Angeles
(Los Angeles, California)
36§[h] [40]
1993 Darren Dreifort Right-handed pitcher Wichita State University
(Wichita, Kansas)
2 [41]
1994 Paul Konerko Catcher Chaparral High School
(Scottsdale, Arizona)
13 [42]
1995 David Yocum Left-handed pitcher Florida State University
(Tallahassee, Florida)
20 [43]
1996 Damian Rolls Third baseman Schlagel High School
(Kansas City, Kansas)
23 [44]
1997 Glenn Davis First baseman Vanderbilt University
(Nashville, Tennessee)
25 [45]
1998 Bubba Crosby Outfielder Rice University
(Houston, Texas)
23 [46]
1999 Jason Repko Shortstop Hanford High School
(Richland, Washington)
37§[i] [47]
2000 Ben Diggins Right-handed pitcher University of Arizona
(Tucson, Arizona)
17 [48]
2001 no first-round pick[j] [3]
2002 James Loney First baseman Lawrence E. Elkins High School
(Missouri City, Texas)
19 [49]
2002 Greg Miller Left-handed pitcher Esperanza High School
(Yorba Linda, California)
31§[k] [49]
2003 Chad Billingsley Right-handed pitcher Defiance Senior High School
(Defiance, Ohio)
24 [50]
2004 Scott Elbert Left-handed pitcher Seneca High School
(Seneca, Missouri)
24 [51]
2004 Blake DeWitt Second baseman Sikeston High School
(Sikeston, Missouri)
28[l] [51]
2004 Justin Orenduff Right-handed pitcher Virginia Commonwealth University
(Richmond, Virginia)
33§[m] [51]
2005 Luke Hochevar* Right-handed pitcher University of Tennessee
(Knoxville, Tennessee)
40§[n] [14]
2006 Clayton Kershaw Left-handed pitcher Highland Park High School
(Highland Park, Texas)
7 [52]
2006 Bryan Morris Right-handed pitcher Motlow State Community College
(Lynchburg, Tennessee)
26[o] [52]
2006 Preston Mattingly Shortstop Evansville Central High School
(Evansville, Indiana)
31§[p] [52]
2007 Chris Withrow Right-handed pitcher Midland High School
(Midland, Texas)
20[q] [53]
2007 James Adkins Left-handed pitcher University of Tennessee
(Knoxville, Tennessee)
39§[r] [53]
2008 Ethan Martin Right-handed pitcher Stephens County School High School
(Toccoa, Georgia)
15 [54]
2009 Aaron Miller Left-handed pitcher Baylor University
(Waco, Texas)
36§[s] [55]
2010 Zach Lee Right-handed pitcher McKinney High School
(McKinney, Texas)
28 [56]
2011 Chris Reed Left-handed pitcher Stanford University
(Stanford, California)
16 [57]
2012 Corey Seager Shortstop Northwest Cabarrus High School
(Kannapolis, North Carolina)
18 [58]
2012 Jesmuel Valentin Shortstop Puerto Rico Baseball Academy and High School
Puerto Rico
51§[t] [58]
2013 Chris Anderson Right-handed pitcher Jacksonville University
(Jacksonville, Florida)
18 [59]
2014 Grant Holmes Right-handed pitcher Conway High School
(Conway, South Carolina)
22 [60]
2015 Walker Buehler Right-handed pitcher Vanderbilt University
(Nashville, Tennessee)
24 [61]
2015 Kyle Funkhouser * Right-handed pitcher University of Louisville
(Louisville, Kentucky)
35§[u] [62]
2016 Gavin Lux Shortstop Indian Trail High School and Academy
(Kenosha, Wisconsin)
20 [63]
2016 Will Smith Catcher University of Louisville
(Louisville, Kentucky)
32§[v] [64]
2016 Jordan Sheffield Right-handed pitcher Vanderbilt University
(Nashville, Tennessee)
36§[w] [65]
2017 Jeren Kendall Outfielder Vanderbilt University
(Nashville, Tennessee)
23 [66]
2018 J. T. Ginn * Right-handed Pitcher Brandon High School
(Brandon, Mississippi)
30 [67]
2019 Kody Hoese Third baseman Tulane University
(New Orleans, Louisiana)
25 [68]
2019 Michael Busch Second baseman University of North Carolina
(Chapel Hill, North Carolina)
31§[x] [68]

See also

Footnotes

  • V Through the 2012 draft, free agents were evaluated by the Elias Sports Bureau and rated "Type A", "Type B", or not compensation-eligible. If a team offered arbitration to a player but that player refused and subsequently signed with another team, the original team was able to receive additional draft picks. If a "Type A" free agent left in this way, his previous team received a supplemental pick and a compensatory pick from the team with which he signed. If a "Type B" free agent left in this way, his previous team received only a supplemental pick.[12] Since the 2013 draft, free agents are no longer classified by type; instead, compensatory picks are only awarded if the team offered its free agent a contract worth at least the average of the 125 current richest MLB contracts.[69] However, if the free agent's last team acquired the player in a trade during the last year of his contract, it is ineligible to receive compensatory picks for that player.[70]
  • a The Dodgers lost their first-round pick in 1978 to the Pittsburgh Pirates as compensation for signing free agent Terry Forster.[71]
  • b The Dodgers gained a compensatory first-round pick in 1979 from the Pittsburgh Pirates for losing free agent Lee Lacy.[28]
  • c The Dodgers gained a compensatory first-round pick in 1979 from the New York Yankees for losing free agent Tommy John.[28]
  • d The Dodgers gained a compensatory first-round pick in 1989 from the New York Yankees for losing free agent Steve Sax.[38]
  • e The Dodgers gained a supplemental pick in 1989 for losing free agent Steve Sax.[38]
  • f The Dodgers lost their first-round pick in 1991 to the New York Mets as compensation for signing free agent Darryl Strawberry.[72]
  • g The Dodgers lost their original first-round pick in 1992 to the Toronto Blue Jays as compensation for signing free agent Tom Candiotti but gained a supplemental pick for losing free agent Eddie Murray.[40]
  • h The Dodgers gained a supplemental pick in 1992 for losing free agent Mike Morgan.[40]
  • i The Dodgers gained a supplemental pick in 1999 for losing free agent Scott Radinsky.[47]
  • j The Dodgers lost their first-round pick in 2001 to the Atlanta Braves as compensation for signing free agent Andy Ashby.[73]
  • k The Dodgers gained a supplemental pick in 2002 for losing free agent Chan Ho Park.[49]
  • l The Dodgers gained a compensatory first-round pick in 2004 from the New York Yankees for losing free agent Paul Quantrill.[51]
  • m The Dodgers gained a supplemental pick in 2004 for losing free agent Paul Quantrill.[51]
  • n The Dodgers lost their original first-round pick in 2005 to the Boston Red Sox as compensation for signing free agent Derek Lowe but gained a supplemental pick for losing free agent Adrián Beltré.[14][74]
  • o The Dodgers gained a compensatory first-round pick in 2006 from the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim for losing free agent Jeff Weaver.[52]
  • p The Dodgers gained a supplemental pick in 2006 for losing free agent Jeff Weaver.[52]
  • q The Dodgers gained a compensatory first-round pick in 2007 from the Boston Red Sox for losing free agent Julio Lugo.[53]
  • r The Dodgers gained a supplemental pick in 2007 for losing free agent Julio Lugo.[53]
  • s The Dodgers gained a supplemental pick in 2009 for losing free agent Derek Lowe.[55]
  • t The Dodgers gained a supplemental pick in 2012 for losing free agent Rod Barajas.[58]
  • u The Dodgers gained a compensatory first-round pick in 2015 from the Boston Red Sox for losing free agent Hanley Ramírez.[62]
  • v The Dodgers gained a compensatory first-round pick in 2016 from the Arizona Diamondbacks for losing free agent Zack Greinke.[64]
  • w The Dodgers gained a compensatory first-round pick in 2016 for failing to sign Kyle Funkhouser in the 2015 draft.[65]
  • x The Dodgers gained a compensatory first-round pick in 2019 for failing to sign J. T. Ginn in the 2018 draft.[68]

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