Texas Rangers: Matt Purke and 9 Other Terrible Major League Draft Picks

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Texas Rangers: Matt Purke and 9 Other Terrible Major League Draft Picks
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Mike Scioscia must be thinking: "So you want to be Big Leaguers huh? Well, you sure don't dress like Big Leaguers."

The 2011 MLB draft has already come and gone. 

The only thing we know for certain about the players the Texas Rangers drafted just shy of two weeks ago is this:

Nothing. You just never know what you're going to get, even once you've got it.

Mitch Moreland was a 17th-round pick in 2007.

In 1983 the Rangers took Jeff Kunkel 16 picks ahead of Roger Clemens.

And that was 20-plus years before the Rocket’s furtive fuel was found.  

You get the idea—the Major League Baseball Draft is nothing if not dangerously speculative. 

And everyone loves speculation. 

So in honor of that, I give you the 10 Worst Draft Picks the Texas Rangers have ever made.

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