1979 BASEBALL DRAFT - ROUND #3 [JAN-SEC]


This section allows you to filter through all historical drafts since 1965. This includes all phases of every draft including every pick. Filtering can be done by just about any draft-related category (see below) including whether or not the player is recently active and by school attended. There is a display limit of 300 records for this tool.

Each player has their own player page with their historical statistics (where available). Stats displayed on this page are Major League stats.
Major Leaguers are always shaded (if they were signed).

Notes about the draft data

Melvin Freeman is highlighed in blue in draft results below.
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Year Round Overall Drafting Team Position Player College High School State Highest Level Active Signed Source Submit
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YearRndOvlPhasePlayerDrafting TeamPosHiLvlPlayedSrcDrafted FromSFStateAB2B3BHRRBISBBAVGWLERASVIPSOGS
1979344Jan-SecKen WrightPhiladelphia PhilliesPA+1979-1980CParis Junior CollegeSF TX----------------------------
1979345Jan-SecCurt Wardle **California AngelsPMLB1979-1987CSan Bernardino Valley CollegeSF CA----------------------------
1979346Jan-SecDoyle Wilson **Texas RangersPAA1986-1988H--SF ----------------------------
1979347Jan-SecMelvin FreemanMilwaukee Brewers3BA1979-1979CSpartanburg Methodist CollegeSF SC----------------------------
1979348Jan-SecEll RobersonDetroit TigersOFA+1979-1981HLee (Baytown,TX)SF ----------------------------
1979349Jan-SecLawrence DuggerCalifornia AngelsPAA1979-1982CArizona Western CollegeSF AZ----------------------------
1979350Jan-SecRichard RossLos Angeles DodgersOF-CSan Jose City CollegeSF CA----------------------------
1979351Jan-SecJeff VihaMinnesota Twins2BNCAA1983-1983CFullerton CollegeSF CA----------------------------
1979352Jan-SecDan PetersonNew York YankeesP-CNorth Idaho CollegeSF ID----------------------------


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