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Old 09-18-2004, 12:44 AM
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Originally Posted by A. Cavatica
This is fun. Let's go by position.

C: I remember when the Sox called up first-round pick Rick Seilheimer for a cup of coffee. He was never heard from again. Kurt Brown was drafted even higher, but I don't remember his career.

1B: Eddie Pearson, a first round pick who didn't even hit in the minors. There was also a (Matt?) Berger who had, according to Schueler, the most power he'd ever seen. He never got out of A ball.

2B: I'm going with Willie Harris, but I'm sure I'm forgetting someone.

SS: Jason Dellaero easily over Mike Caruso.

3B: Lorenzo Gray over Chris Snopek.

LF: Jeff Abbott.

CF: Daryl Boston, but don't forget Julio Ramirez.

RF: Joe Borchard.

SP: Too easy. Almost every starting pitcher drafted in the last 25 years.

RP: Also easy. Many of the failed starters went on to fail in the bullpen.
A couple of people you can add

C:Josh Paul [i dunno if he sucked in the minors or not]

2B:Liu Rodriguez [called up on sept 2 2000,played 3 games]

RP: Chad Bradford [he's aight in my book,was expecting more out of him;the reason why i pitch sidearm]

White Sox baseball: 25 men, 11 wins, 1 trophy
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