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  1. #951
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    Re: 2009 Yankee Draft Pick Signings

    http://www.baseballamerica.com/today...09/268773.html

    Draft Order Based On Guaranteed Money, 2009
    Pick Team Player (Drafting Team, Overall Choice) Guaranteed Money
    1 Was Stephen Strasburg, rhp (Was, No. 1) $15,107,104
    2 Sea Dustin Ackley, of (Sea, No. 2) $7,500,000
    3 SD Donavan Tate, of (SD, No. 3) $6,250,000
    4 Pit Jacob Turner, rhp (Det, No. 9) $5,500,000
    5 Bal Tyler Matzek, lhp (Col., No. 11) $3,900,000
    6 SF Zack Wheeler, rhp (SF, No. 6) $3,300,000
    7 Atl Shelby Miller, rhp (StL, No. 19) $2,875,000
    8 Cin Grant Green, ss (Oak, No. 13) $2,750,000
    9 Det Tony Sanchez, c (Pit, No. 4) $2,500,000
    10 Was Matt Hobgood, rhp (Bal, No. 5) $2,422,000
    11 Col Mike Minor, lhp (Atl, No. 7) $2,420,000
    12 KC Mike Leake, rhp (Cin, No. 8) $2,270,000
    13 Oak Alex White, rhp (Cle, No. 15) $2,250,000
    14 Tex Slade Heathcott, rhp (NYY, No. 29) $2,200,000
    15 Cle Wil Myers, c/3b (KC, No. 91) $2,000,000
    16 Ari Kyle Gibson, rhp (Min, No. 22) $1,850,000
    17 Ari Bobby Borchering, 3b (Ari, No. 16) $1,800,000
    18 Fla Chad James, lhp (Fla, No. 18) $1,700,000
    19 StL Daniel Fields, ss (Det, No. 180) $1,625,000
    20 Tor Drew Storen, rhp (Was, No. 10) $1,600,000
    21 Hou Max Stassi, c (Oak, No. 123) $1,500,000
    22 Min Andrew Oliver, lhp (Det, No. 58) $1,495,000
    23 CWS Chris Dwyer, lhp (KC, No. 122) $1,450,000
    24 LAA A.J. Pollock, of (Ari, No. 17) $1,400,000
    25 LAA David Renfroe, ss (Bos, No. 107) $1,400,000
    26 Mil Chad Jenkins, rhp (Tor, No. 20) $1,359,000
    27 Sea Jiovanni Mier, ss (Hou, No. 21) $1,358,000
    28 Bos Nick Franklin, ss (Sea, No. 27) $1,280,000
    29 NYY J.R. Murphy, c (NYY, No. 76) $1,250,000
    30 TB Randal Grichuk, of (LAA, No. 24) $1,242,000
    31 ChC Mike Trout, of (LAA, No. 25) $1,215,000
    32 Col Jared Mitchell, of (CWS, No. 23) $1,200,000
    Kentrail Davis, of (Mil, No. 39) $1,200,000
    Zack Von Rosenberg (Pit, No. 175) $1,200,000
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    Re: 2009 Yankee Draft Pick Signings

    We really have two in there. That isn't too good. Funny how Murphy was in our selection in the first round.
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    Re: 2009 Yankee Draft Pick Signings

    Quote Originally Posted by Bloodshot
    He was drafted but didn't sign. Not really any different than another pick not signing, except that he isn't going back to college (he graduated); instead, he just doesn't want to take a high risk chance of actually making it.

    From Scout:
    I can respect his decision because I have worked with quite a few guys who played minor league ball and hockey who said after not making it they felt behind the 8 ball being they were pushing 30 and just getting started. I my self would have loved the chance to play but i can understand the flip side.

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    Re: 2009 Yankee Draft Pick Signings

    Quote Originally Posted by MylesThomas1927
    http://www.baseballamerica.com/today...09/268773.html

    Draft Order Based On Guaranteed Money, 2009
    Pick Team Player (Drafting Team, Overall Choice) Guaranteed Money
    1 Was Stephen Strasburg, rhp (Was, No. 1) $15,107,104
    2 Sea Dustin Ackley, of (Sea, No. 2) $7,500,000
    3 SD Donavan Tate, of (SD, No. 3) $6,250,000
    4 Pit Jacob Turner, rhp (Det, No. 9) $5,500,000
    5 Bal Tyler Matzek, lhp (Col., No. 11) $3,900,000
    6 SF Zack Wheeler, rhp (SF, No. 6) $3,300,000
    7 Atl Shelby Miller, rhp (StL, No. 19) $2,875,000
    8 Cin Grant Green, ss (Oak, No. 13) $2,750,000
    9 Det Tony Sanchez, c (Pit, No. 4) $2,500,000
    10 Was Matt Hobgood, rhp (Bal, No. 5) $2,422,000
    11 Col Mike Minor, lhp (Atl, No. 7) $2,420,000
    12 KC Mike Leake, rhp (Cin, No. 8) $2,270,000
    13 Oak Alex White, rhp (Cle, No. 15) $2,250,000
    14 Tex Slade Heathcott, rhp (NYY, No. 29) $2,200,000
    15 Cle Wil Myers, c/3b (KC, No. 91) $2,000,000
    16 Ari Kyle Gibson, rhp (Min, No. 22) $1,850,000
    17 Ari Bobby Borchering, 3b (Ari, No. 16) $1,800,000
    18 Fla Chad James, lhp (Fla, No. 18) $1,700,000
    19 StL Daniel Fields, ss (Det, No. 180) $1,625,000
    20 Tor Drew Storen, rhp (Was, No. 10) $1,600,000
    21 Hou Max Stassi, c (Oak, No. 123) $1,500,000
    22 Min Andrew Oliver, lhp (Det, No. 58) $1,495,000
    23 CWS Chris Dwyer, lhp (KC, No. 122) $1,450,000
    24 LAA A.J. Pollock, of (Ari, No. 17) $1,400,000
    25 LAA David Renfroe, ss (Bos, No. 107) $1,400,000
    26 Mil Chad Jenkins, rhp (Tor, No. 20) $1,359,000
    27 Sea Jiovanni Mier, ss (Hou, No. 21) $1,358,000
    28 Bos Nick Franklin, ss (Sea, No. 27) $1,280,000
    29 NYY J.R. Murphy, c (NYY, No. 76) $1,250,000
    30 TB Randal Grichuk, of (LAA, No. 24) $1,242,000
    31 ChC Mike Trout, of (LAA, No. 25) $1,215,000
    32 Col Jared Mitchell, of (CWS, No. 23) $1,200,000
    Kentrail Davis, of (Mil, No. 39) $1,200,000
    Zack Von Rosenberg (Pit, No. 175) $1,200,000
    If you are the owners of the Yanks, this list is the best reason to oppose Comrade Bud's attempts to negotiate slotting and draft reforms. Why eliminate your cash advantage to help out your opposition?

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    Re: 2009 Yankee Draft Pick Signings

    Quote Originally Posted by MylesThomas1927
    http://www.baseballamerica.com/today...09/268773.html

    Draft Order Based On Guaranteed Money, 2009
    Pick Team Player (Drafting Team, Overall Choice) Guaranteed Money
    1 Was Stephen Strasburg, rhp (Was, No. 1) $15,107,104
    2 Sea Dustin Ackley, of (Sea, No. 2) $7,500,000
    3 SD Donavan Tate, of (SD, No. 3) $6,250,000
    4 Pit Jacob Turner, rhp (Det, No. 9) $5,500,000
    5 Bal Tyler Matzek, lhp (Col., No. 11) $3,900,000
    6 SF Zack Wheeler, rhp (SF, No. 6) $3,300,000
    7 Atl Shelby Miller, rhp (StL, No. 19) $2,875,000
    8 Cin Grant Green, ss (Oak, No. 13) $2,750,000
    9 Det Tony Sanchez, c (Pit, No. 4) $2,500,000
    10 Was Matt Hobgood, rhp (Bal, No. 5) $2,422,000
    11 Col Mike Minor, lhp (Atl, No. 7) $2,420,000
    12 KC Mike Leake, rhp (Cin, No. 8) $2,270,000
    13 Oak Alex White, rhp (Cle, No. 15) $2,250,000
    14 Tex Slade Heathcott, rhp (NYY, No. 29) $2,200,000
    15 Cle Wil Myers, c/3b (KC, No. 91) $2,000,000
    16 Ari Kyle Gibson, rhp (Min, No. 22) $1,850,000
    17 Ari Bobby Borchering, 3b (Ari, No. 16) $1,800,000
    18 Fla Chad James, lhp (Fla, No. 18) $1,700,000
    19 StL Daniel Fields, ss (Det, No. 180) $1,625,000
    20 Tor Drew Storen, rhp (Was, No. 10) $1,600,000
    21 Hou Max Stassi, c (Oak, No. 123) $1,500,000
    22 Min Andrew Oliver, lhp (Det, No. 58) $1,495,000
    23 CWS Chris Dwyer, lhp (KC, No. 122) $1,450,000
    24 LAA A.J. Pollock, of (Ari, No. 17) $1,400,000
    25 LAA David Renfroe, ss (Bos, No. 107) $1,400,000
    26 Mil Chad Jenkins, rhp (Tor, No. 20) $1,359,000
    27 Sea Jiovanni Mier, ss (Hou, No. 21) $1,358,000
    28 Bos Nick Franklin, ss (Sea, No. 27) $1,280,000
    29 NYY J.R. Murphy, c (NYY, No. 76) $1,250,000
    30 TB Randal Grichuk, of (LAA, No. 24) $1,242,000
    31 ChC Mike Trout, of (LAA, No. 25) $1,215,000
    32 Col Jared Mitchell, of (CWS, No. 23) $1,200,000
    Kentrail Davis, of (Mil, No. 39) $1,200,000
    Zack Von Rosenberg (Pit, No. 175) $1,200,000
    Interesting to see small market Kansas City as paying to the nose for draft picks not drafted in the first round.

  6. #956
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    Re: 2009 Yankee Draft Pick Signings

    Quote Originally Posted by Matsui55
    If you are the owners of the Yanks, this list is the best reason to oppose Comrade Bud's attempts to negotiate slotting and draft reforms. Why eliminate your cash advantage to help out your opposition?
    A. it's not fair
    B. The NBA and NHL have a slotting system and it works. The NFL is working on one.
    C. Teams should by need or best player available. Not most signable

  7. #957

    Re: 2009 Yankee Draft Pick Signings

    Quote Originally Posted by Donnybaseball72
    A. it's not fair
    B. The NBA and NHL have a slotting system and it works. The NFL is working on one.
    C. Teams should by need or best player available. Not most signable
    This is all true- but it still begs the question- if you are the Yanks owner, why do you give up your biggest advantage? It is like asking California to use their state sales tax to help pay for problems in North Dakota, Idaho or Wyoming- sure it's fair, but why SHOULD they?

    When this is all said and done, I think this slotting/draft reform talk is just that- talk. Until the owners can figure out a way to share their money (TV, local advertising, etc.) equally, everything else is just window-dressing.

    The Giants used to be the Yanks of the NFL- the team that benefitted from being in the NY market. What saved the NFL wasn't that the Giants owners agreed to slot the draft- they agreed to share the TV, radio and other revenue equally with all the other teams.

    The owners don't need to players to agree to share all their revenues equally- they could just reach that agreement among themselves. Of course, the players could do just what the NFLPA did- and demand a certain percentage of said revenues to play (60%, I believe). Nonetheless, the point remains that until the owners get their own "ducks in a row," the players aren't going to do it for them.

  8. #958

    Re: 2009 Yankee Draft Pick Signings

    The Cape Cod top 30 prospect list from Baseball America is out today and it is interesting. Mainly for who is not on the list.

    No Meade or Lyons, which surprised me. No Yankee draftees at all. What also surprised me was that apparently the talent level at the Cape this year was the worst in recent memory, so that is really damning for those excluded from this weak list.

    So again, maybe the Yankees do know what players are actually worth, even if the players don't. But I wish the Yankees knew this information before drafting these guys. Well, I guess only Lyons was a busted pick, 10th round picks have some value.

  9. #959

    Re: 2009 Yankee Draft Pick Signings

    Is Bryan Mitchell pitching somewhere? Anyone?

  10. #960
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    Re: 2009 Yankee Draft Pick Signings

    not yet hopefully GCL soon. Only 1-4 games left depending on how the playoffs fall so maybe not.
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    Re: 2009 Yankee Draft Pick Signings

    Quote Originally Posted by sjkqw
    not yet hopefully GCL soon. Only 1-4 games left depending on how the playoffs fall so maybe not.
    Thanks. I had hoped to see him pitch; however, time is a-running out.

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