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1B Ryan Garko
First Round Picks
No. 11 Overall: 1B Michael Aubrey (0.1 WAR)
A terrific power prospect out of the University of Tulane, Aubrey posted an .821 OPS over nine minor league seasons, but never made it in the majors. He hit .259/.310/.444 with 17 RBI in 135 at-bats, with his last big league action coming for the Orioles in 2009.
No. 18 Overall: OF Brad Snyder (-0.2 WAR)
Despite decent power numbers, Snyder never made consistent enough contact to get a real shot in the majors. He went 6-for-36 over parts of two seasons with the Cubs, and is currently playing in Triple-A for the Diamondbacks.
No. 31 Overall: SP Adam Miller (N/A)
Ranked in the Baseball America Top 100 five different times, Miller was never able to reach the majors and battled injuries for much of his career. He's currently pitching for the same Indy League team that Roger Clemens played for last year, with a 0.98 ERA over 18.1 innings of work as a 28-year-old.
Other Notable Picks
1B Ryan Garko: A third-round pick as a catcher out of Stanford, Garko posted an .842 OPS with 21 home runs as the team's starting first baseman in 2007. He finished his career with a .275/.347/.434 line and 55 home runs in six seasons.
3B Kevin Kouzmanoff: Traded to the Padres for infielder Josh Barfield, the sixth-round pick hit 75 home runs with a .259 batting average as a regular from 2007-2010 and is currently playing in Triple-A for the Marlins.
SP Aaron Laffey: Selected in the 16th-round, Laffey went 18-21 with a 4.41 ERA in four seasons with the Indians before being traded to the Mariners. He was 4-6 with a 4.56 ERA for the Blue Jays last seaosn, and is currently pitching for the Dodgers Triple-A affiliate.