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Draft order

First Round:
1. Atlanta
2. St. Louis
3. San Francisco
4. Philadelphia
5. Chicago Whitesox
6. Cincinnati
7. Pittsburgh
8. Chicago Cubs
9. Milwaukee
10. New York Yankees
11. Texas Rangers
12. Kansas City
13. Seattle
14. Toronto
15. San Diego
16. Chicago Cubs (from Los Angeles Dodgers)
17. Houston
18. Detroit
19. Chicago Cubs (from Boston)
20. Baltimore
21. Cleveland
22. California
23. New York Mets
24. Atlanta (from Minnesota )
25. Pittsburgh (from Oakland)
26. Montreal

Second Round:
1. Atlanta
2. St. Louis
3. San Francisco
4. Philadelphia
5. Chicago Whitesox
6. Cincinnati
7. Pittsburgh
8. Chicago Cubs
9. Milwaukee
10. New York Yankees
11. Texas Rangers
12. Kansas City
13. Seattle
14. Toronto
15. San Diego
16. Chicago Cubs (from Los Angeles Dodgers)
17. Houston
18. Cubs (from Detroit )
19. Boston
20. Baltimore
21. (Chicago Cubs (from Cleveland )
22. Chicago Cubs (from California)
23. New York Mets
24. Atlanta (from Minnesota)
25. Oakland
26. Montreal







Traded Picks in next draft


Mattingly taken first overall after Atlanta trades the pick
Next season’s draft :

Atlanta gets Cincinnati’s first and 2nd round pick: 1st over, Hrbek, O’Malley, Francona deal
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Cubs receive Tigers 2nd round pick
Atlanta receives Baltimore’s 1st and 2nd round picks
Atlanta gets Cincinnati’s 2nd round pick as part of deal for 1st over, Hrbek, O’Malley, Francona deal
Cincinnati gets Atlanta’s 1st
Chicago Cubs receive Dodgers’ 1st and 2nd round picks in next seasons draft as part of Gary Templeton trade.

Chicago receives California’s 2nd rounder in Breining-Mumphrey trade.

Chicago Cubs receive Boston’s 1st round pick in Barker trade

Cubs receive Indians 2nd round pick.

Pittsburgh receives A’s first round pick in Moore trade
Atlanta receives Twins 1st and 2nd round picks in the draft

Milestones


Reggie Jackson
Career Leaders - as of 1981
WINS = Dave Boswell (356)
ERA = Nolan Ryan (2.16)
WHIP = Nolan Ryan/Dave Boswell (0.94)
STRIKEOUTS = Nolan Ryan (3541)
SAVES = Rollie Fingers (435)

AVERAGE = Willie Wilson (min 2000 abs) (.308)
HOME RUNS = Reggie Jackson (551)
At Bats = Reggie Jackson (9311)
RUNS = Reggie Jackson (1415)
RBIS = Johnny Bench (1343)
HITS = Rod Carew (2668)
DOUBLES = Jay Johnston’s (573)
TRIPLES = Scott Northey (207)
STOLEN BASES = Scott Northey (551)

Big game for Gibson lifts Pirates to victory

Kirk Gibson drove in 5 runs, carrying Pittsburgh to a 8-6 victory over the Padres. | Box

Cubs can't contain Evans, fall 8-3

Darrell Evans was on his game, knocking in 3 runs in San Francisco's 8-3 victory over the Cubs. Evans also had 3 hits in the game. | Box

Morgan sparks 6-5 win for Yankees

Joe Morgan's hot bat helped the Yankees to a 6-5 win over the Rangers. Morgan collected 4 hits in the game. | Box

Clark delivers in clutch, Red Sox win

Jack Clark drove in 4 runs, carrying Boston to a 10-6 victory over the Twins. Andre Dawson had a big game as well, knocking in 3 runs for Minnesota while recording 3 hits. | Box

Coggins leaves it all on the field in losing effort

A big game from Rich Coggins couldn't lift the Mets to victory. Cincinnati prevailed by a score of 7-6, despite 3 hits and 3 RBIs by Coggins. | Box


WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

R. Gilbreath, Braves .3332 HR11 RBI
W. Randolph, Cardinals .4782 HR9 RBI
K. Gibson, Pirates .4742 HR8 RBI
D. Winfield, Astros .3332 HR9 RBI
R. Pruitt, Braves .5221 HR8 RBI

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

M. Hatcher, Red Sox 4 for 27 (.148)
L. Whitaker, Rangers 3 for 24 (.125)
J. Royster, Royals 5 for 25 (.200)
C. Lemon, Dodgers 3 for 25 (.120)
M. May, Athletics 0 for 18 (.000)

Leaders: OPS

R. Yount, Red Sox 1.067
C. Washington, Mets .993
W. Gross, Mets .983
G. Carter, Astros .976
D. Porter, Angels .970

Leaders: SO/9

M. Scott, Dodgers 8.5
M. Soto, Red Sox 8.5
D. Boswell, Twins 7.4
D. Smith, Angels 7.0
S. Sanderson, Red Sox 6.4

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DRAFT SPOTLIGHT on Ron Kittle


Ron Kittle’s ascent to the Major Leagues was improbable. Maybe even impossible.
Consider that he said this in 1981 (source: Chicago Tribune 7/20/1981) about his 1977 season:
“I played all season with a paralyzed arm. I don’t know when it happened, but it had to be during baseball because I know I was OK when I went to spring training. At the end of the season, I had surgery, spinal fusion. They took out a piece of hipbone and put it in my neck. I went back to spring training the next year and tried to play, but I couldn’t do it.  Everything was stiff. I couldn’t swing, and I couldn’t throw.”
He won the AL Rookie of the Year six years later.
Released by Dodgers in mid-1978, he went home to Gary, Indiana and played semipro ball and worked in the iron mills with his father and eventually received a tryout with the White Sox. 
By 1981 he was the Eastern League (AA) MVP with Glens Falls, crushing 40 home runs.
For an encore in 1982 he was the Pacific Coast League (AAA) MVP with 50 home runs. Nobody in the MLB-affiliated Minors has hit 50 in a season since.
In 1983 he was the lone White Sox representative in the 50th anniversary All-Star Game held at Comiskey Park. Kittle garnered AL Rookie of the Year honors with 35 round trippers which served as a White Sox rookie record until José Abreu did one better in 2014.
Kittle remains a fan favorite in the Chicagoland area, and he can still handle the lumber… although now he uses bats to make beautiful benches. You can check them out over at ronkittle.com.

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" I offered another player Joss, Seaver, Appling and Heilmann for Verlander. " Verlander's '19 season is probably the best in ATG. The afore mentioned players offered for him are all mediocre guys in ATG. You can't win by "filling holes" with mediocre players - if you do, guess what - you have a mediocre team.
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