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    Rank your top 10 # 1 picks

    Here is the list of the #1 picks in the MLB draft. Please rank your top 10, base on their MLB career.



    Rick Monday
    Steve Chilcott
    Ron Blomberg
    Tim Foli
    Jeff Burroughs
    Mike Ivie
    Danny Goodwin
    Dave Roberts
    David Clyde
    Bill Almon
    Danny Goodwin*
    Floyd Bannister
    Harold Baines
    Bob Horner
    Al Chambers
    Darryl Strawberry
    Mike Moore
    Shawon Dunston
    Tim Belcher
    Shawn Abner
    B.J. Surhoff
    Jeff King
    Ken Griffey, Jr.
    Andy Benes*
    Ben McDonald
    Chipper Jones
    Brien Taylor
    Phil Nevin
    Alex Rodriguez
    Paul Wilson*
    Darin Erstad
    Kris Benson
    Matt Anderson
    Pat Burrell
    Josh Hamilton
    Adrian Gonzalez
    Joe Mauer
    Bryan Bullington
    Delmon Young
    Matt Bush
    Justin Upton
    Luke Hochevar
    David Price
    Tim Beckham
    Stephen Strasburg
    Bryce Harper
    Gerrit Cole
    Carlos Correa
    Mark Appel
    Brady Aiken
    Dansby Swanson
    Mickey Moniak
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    Good thread, Rich!



    1 - Alex Rodriguez
    2 - Ken Griffey, Jr.
    3 - Chipper Jones
    4 - Bryce Harper
    5 - David Price
    6 - Joe Mauer
    7 - Stephen Strasburg
    8 - Harold Baines
    9 - Darryl Strawberry
    10 - (3 way tie) Rick Monday, Josh Hamilton, Adrian Gonzalez


    The bottom 10 might be more interesting.
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    1. A-Rod
    2. Chipper Jones
    3. Ken Griffey Jr.
    4. Joe Mauer
    5. David Price
    6. Adrian Gonzalez
    7. Darryl Strawberry
    8. Bryce Harper
    9. Josh Hamilton
    10. Stephen Strasburg
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    Oh fun. I'll take a stab at this later!
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    1. Alex Rodriguez-1993
    2. Chipper Jones-1990
    3. Ken Griffey Jr.-1987
    4. Joe Mauer-2001
    5. Adrian Gonzalez-2000
    6. Darryl Strawberry-1980
    7. David Price-2007
    8. Josh Hamilton-1999
    9. Bryce Harper-2010
    10. Rick Monday-1965

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    1. Alex Rodriguez
    2. Ken Griffey Jr
    3. Chipper Jones
    4. Joe Mauer
    5. Adrian Gonzalez
    6. Darryl Strawberry
    7. Harold Baines
    8. David Price
    9. Rick Monday
    10. Josh Hamilton

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    1. Alex Rodriguez
    2. Ken Griffey Jr
    3. Chipper Jones
    4. Joe Mauer
    5. Harold Baines
    6. Darryl Strawberry
    7. Adrian Gonzalez
    8. David Price
    9. Josh Hamilton
    10. Stephen Strasburg
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    Quote Originally Posted by JR Hart View Post
    1. Alex Rodriguez
    2. Ken Griffey Jr
    3. Chipper Jones
    4. Joe Mauer
    5. Harold Baines
    6. Darryl Strawberry
    7. Adrian Gonzalez
    8. David Price
    9. Josh Hamilton
    10. Stephen Strasburg
    No Harper, huh.
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    Not taking account PED issues.

    1. Alex Rodriguez
    2. Chipper Jones
    3. Ken Griffey, Jr.
    4. Adrian Gonzalez
    5. Joe Mauer
    6. Darryl Strawberry
    7. David Price
    8. Josh Hamilton
    9. Bryce Harper
    10. Rick Monday

    I expect Harper and Strasburg, if he can stay healthy, to climb up my list.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SavoyBG View Post
    No Harper, huh.
    in time, but his career has approached those that I listed yet.
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    1. Alex Rodriguez
    2. Ken Griffey Jr
    3. Chipper Jones
    4. Joe Mauer
    5. Adrian Gonzalez
    6. Darryl Strawberry
    7. David Price
    8. Josh Hamilton
    9. Harold Baines
    10. Rick Monday
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    Padres with 3 out of 6 years and none of them did much.

    Mike Ivie
    Danny Goodwin
    Dave Roberts
    David Clyde
    Bill Almon
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    Quote Originally Posted by JR Hart View Post
    Padres with 3 out of 6 years and none of them did much.

    Mike Ivie
    Danny Goodwin
    Dave Roberts
    David Clyde
    Bill Almon
    They did more than Steve Chillcot and Brien Taylor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JR Hart View Post
    Padres with 3 out of 6 years and none of them did much.

    Mike Ivie
    Danny Goodwin
    Dave Roberts
    David Clyde
    Bill Almon
    A good friend of mine, a lifelong Giants fan as well, to this day despises Mike Ivie for replacing Willie McCovey at first base.
    Last edited by Honus Wagner Rules; 02-19-2017 at 03:37 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Honus Wagner Rules View Post
    A good friend of mine, a a lifelong Giants fan as well, to this day despises Mike Ivie for replacing Willie McCovey at first base.
    He used to give me batting lessons when I was 9 or 10. Good hitting coach and a great guy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Francoeurstein View Post
    He used to give me batting lessons when I was 9 or 10. Good hitting coach and a great guy.
    Mike Ivie or Willie McCovey?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Honus Wagner Rules View Post
    Mike Ivie or Willie McCovey?
    Sorry forgot to clarify-- Ivie.
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    Almost too easy to forget that these guys are really talented at baseball and some just don't cut it at the majors. Anyway, here's mine!

    1. A-Rod
    2. Griffey
    3. Chipper
    4. Mauer
    5. Baines
    6. Strawberry
    7. Gonzalez
    8. Price
    9. Harper
    10. Monday
    11. Horner
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