1969 Major League Baseball draft

1969 MLB draft
First selection Jeff Burroughs
Washington Senators
First round selections 24

The 1969 Major League Baseball (MLB) draft took place prior to the 1969 MLB season. The draft featured future Hall of Famers Bert Blyleven (pick 55) and Dave Winfield (pick 882).

First round selections

= All-Star = Baseball Hall of Famer

The following are the first round picks in the 1969 Major League Baseball draft.[1]

Pick Player Team Position Hometown/School
1 Jeff Burroughs Washington Senators OF Long Beach, California
2 J. R. Richard Houston Astros RHP Ruston, Louisiana
3 Ted Nicholson Chicago White Sox 3B Laurel, Mississippi
4 Randy Sterling New York Mets RHP Key West, Florida
5 * Alan Bannister California Angels SS Buena Park, California
6 Mike Anderson Philadelphia Phillies 1B Timmonsville, South Carolina
7 Paul Ray Powell Minnesota Twins OF Arizona State University
8 Terry McDermott Los Angeles Dodgers C West Hempstead, New York
9 Don Stanhouse Oakland Athletics RHP DuQuoin, Illinois
10 Bob May Pittsburgh Pirates RHP Merritt Island, Florida
11 Charlie Spikes New York Yankees 3B-OF Bogalusa, Louisiana
12 Gene Holbert Atlanta Braves C Campbelltown, Pennsylvania
13 Noel Jenke Boston Red Sox OF University of Minnesota
14 Don Gullett Cincinnati Reds LHP Lynn, Kentucky
15 Alvin McGrew Cleveland Indians OF Fairfield, AL
16 Roger Metzger Chicago Cubs SS St. Edward's University
17 Don Hood Baltimore Orioles LHP Florence, South Carolina
18 Mike Phillips San Francisco Giants SS Irving, Texas
19 John Young Detroit Tigers 1B Redding, California
20 Charles Minott St. Louis Cardinals LHP Covina, California
21 Gorman Thomas Seattle Pilots SS Charleston, South Carolina
22 Balor Moore Montreal Expos LHP Deer Park, Texas
23 * John Simmons Kansas City Royals SS Childersburg, AL
24 Randy Elliott San Diego Padres 1B Camarillo, California

* Did not sign

Other notable Selections

= All-Star = Baseball Hall of Famer


Round Pick Player Team Position
2 40 Larry Gura Chicago Cubs Pitcher
3 55 Bert Blyleven Minnesota Twins Pitcher
3 62 Rawly Eastwick Cincinnati Reds Pitcher
4 92 John Reid Montreal Expos Pitcher
5 107 Dwight Evans Boston Red Sox Third Baseman-Outfielder
6 124 Bob Boone Philadelphia Phillies Third Baseman
6 127 Jim Sundberg* Oakland Athletics Catcher
8 173 Rick Burleson* Minnesota Twins Shortstop
9 210 Bucky Dent* St. Louis Cardinals Third Baseman
11 258 Bill Madlock* St. Louis Cardinals Third Baseman
12 278 Bill North Chicago Cubs Outfielder
13 295 John Stearns* Oakland Athletics Catcher
14 312 Mike Easler Houston Astros Third Baseman
15 355 Jim Slaton Seattle Pilots Pitcher
16 373 Buddy Bell Cleveland Indians Second Baseman
18 430 Doug DeCinces* San Diego Padres Third Baseman
20 471 Dick Ruthven* Baltimore Orioles Pitcher
29 680 Ken Griffey Sr. Cincinnati Reds Outfielder
31 730 Ken Reitz St. Louis Cardinals Shortstop
35 797 Tippy Martinez* Washington Senators Pitcher-Outfielder
39 873 Terry Humphrey Montreal Expos Catcher-First Baseman
40 882 Dave Winfield* Baltimore Orioles Pitcher-Outfielder

* Did not sign[3]



Preceded by
Tim Foli
1st Overall Picks
Jeff Burroughs
Succeeded by
Mike Ivie
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