Monday, April 5, 2010

Where you can find your 2008 draft class

Expanding on the previous post explaining where the 2009 draft class will be this season, let's take a gander at 2008:


































NamePositionRound2010 Team
Jason CastroCatcher1Round Rock
Jordan LylesPitcherComp1Corpus
Jay AustinOutfielder2Lancaster
Ross SeatonPitcherComp3Lancaster
T.J. SteeleOutfielder4Corpus
David DuncanPitcher5Lexington
J.B. ShuckOutfielder6Corpus
Jon GastonPitcher7Corpus
Brad DydalewiczPitcher8Lancaster
Luis CruzPitcher9TBD
Jarred HollowayThird Base10Released
Jacob PridayOutfielder11Released
Jeff HulettShortstop12Released
Kyle GodfreyPitcher13Lancaster
Chris HicksPitcher14TBD
Phil DisherFirst Base15TBD
Andy SimunicSecond Base17Lexington
David FloresThird Base18Lancaster
Ashton MowdyPitcher19Lancaster
Danny MeierOutfielder24Released
Mike HackerPitcher25Released
Shane WolfPitcher26Lancaster
Nathan PettusPitcher27TBD
Zach GrimmettPitcher28TBD
Chris JacksonShortsop29TBD
Mike DiazSecond Base30Released
Philip RummelPitcher31TBD
Rene GarciaCatcher35Lexington
Kirkland RiversPitcher37Released
Nathan MetrokaOutfielder47Released
Danny MeszarosPitcher48Corpus
Chase LehrPitcher49Released


So. 1 1/2 seasons removed from the draft, and Jason Castro will obviously be the first Heckster to make it to the majors, but maybe more impressive are the five other 2008 draftees to start the season at Corpus: Lyles, Steele, Shuck, Gaston, and Meszaros. Of the 32 who signed in 2008, nine have been released.

2 comments:

Steve Duer said...

This ain't Timmy P's farm system. I like that fact that you move up or you move out. No more 2005 7th round short stops playing 3 years of rookie ball.

Anonymous said...

Diaz? Really? I thought the kid had some promise, good bat for a middle infielder, what is the deal with that?