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    • MLB DRAFT COMPENSATION
      TEAMS WITH FIVE OR MORE FIRST ROUND DRAFT PICKS
    • The 1985 California Angels finished in 2nd place with a record of 90-72 and 1 game behind the Kansas City Royals in the AL West.
      After the season the Angels lost outfielder Juan Beniquez and relief pitcher Al Holland.
      The Angels were the first team to have 5 or more first round draft picks.
      The 1986 Angels won the AL West with a record of 92-70 and went on to lose to the Boston Red Sox in the ALCS.
      The Angels selected the following players in the first round of the 1986 draft:
      1986 CALIFORNIAL ANGELS
    • 1986 California Angels
    • The 1989 Montreal Expos finished in 4th place with a record of 81-81 and 12 games behind the Chicago Cubs in NL East.
      After the season the Expos lost pitchers Mark Langston and Pascual Perez and infielder Hubie Brooks.
      The 1990 Expos were the first team to have six first round draft picks.
      The Expos finished the 1990 season with a record of 85-77 10 games behind the Pittsburgh Pirates in the NL East.
      The Expos selected the following players in the first round of the 1990 draft:
      1990 Montreal Expos
    • 1990 Montreal Expos
    • The 1990 St. Louis Cardinals finished in last place with a record of 70-92 and 25 games behind the Pittsburgh Pirates in the NL East.
      After the season the Cardinals lost Ken Dayley, Vince Coleman, and Terry Pendleton.
      The 1991 St.Louis Cardinals finished the season 84-78 and 10 games behind the Pittsburgh Pirates.
      The Cardinals selected the following players in the first round of the 1991 draft.
      1991 St. Louis Cardinals
    • 1991 St. Louis Cardinals
    • The 1996 Expos finished the season in second place with a record of 88-74 and 8 games behind the Atlanta Braves in the NL East.
      After the season the Expos lost pitcher Mel Rojas and outfielder Moises Alou.
      The Expos were awarded three compensation picks for Rojas and Alou as part of the new CBA after the lockout in 1994.
      The 1997 Expos were the first team to have 8 first round draft picks.
      The 1997 Expos finished 78-84 and 25 games behind the Atlanta Braves.
      The Expos selected the following players in the first round of the 1997 draft:
      1997 Montreal Expos
    • 1997 Montreal Expos
    • The 1997 Chicago White Sox finished the year in second place with a record of 80-81 and 6 games behind the Cleveland Indians in the AL Central .
      After the season the White Sox lost pitchers Alex Fernandez and Kevin Tapani.
      The 1998 White Sox finished 80-82 and 8 games behind the Cleveland Indians.
      The White Sox selected the following players in the first round of the 1997 draft:
      1997 Chicago White Sox
    • 1997 Chicago White Sox
    • The 1997 San Francisco Giants won the NL West with a record of 90-72 and eventually lost the NLDS to the Florida Marlins.
      After the season the Giants lost pitchers Doug Henry, Roberto Hernandez, and Wilson Alvarez.
      The 1998 Giants finished 89-74 and 9.5 games behind the San Diego Padres. They lost a one game wild-card playoff to the Chicago Cubs.
      The Giants selected the following players in the first round of the 1998 draft:
      1998 San Francisco Giants
    • 1998 San Francisco Giants
    • The 1998 Baltimore Orioles finished the season in fourth place with a record of 79-83 and 35 games behind the New York Yankees in the AL East.
      After the season the Orioles lost outfielder Eric Davis, first baseman Rafael Palmeiro, and second baseman Roberto Alomar.
      The 1999 Orioles finished 78-84 and 20 games out of first place behind the New York Yankees.
      The Orioles selected the following players in the first round of the 1999 draft:
      1999 Baltimore Orioles
    • 1999 Baltimore Orioles
    • The 1998 San Diego Padres won the NL West with a record of 98-64. They eventually lost the World Series to the New York Yankees.
      After the season the Padres lost pitcher Kevin Brown, third baseman Ken Caminiti, and outfielder Steve Finley.
      The 1999 Padres finished 74-88 and 26 games out of first place behind the Arizona Diamondbacks.
      The Padres selected the following players in the first round of the 1999 draft:
      1999 San Diego Padres
    • 1999 San Diego Padres
    • The 2001 Oakland A’s finished the year in second place with a record of 100-62 and 14 games behind the Seattle Mariners in the AL West.
      After the season the A’s lost outfielder Johnny Damon, first baseman Jason Giambi, and pitcher Jason Isringhausen
      The 2002 A’s won the AL West with a record of 103-59.
      The 2002 A’s draft was featured in Moneyball
      The A’s selected the following players in the first round of the 2002 draft.
      2002 Oakland A’s
    • 2002 Oakland A’s
    • The 2003 Minnesota Twins won the AL Central with a record of 90-72. They eventually lost the ALDS to the New York Yankees.
      After the season the Twins lost pitchers Eddie Guardado and LaTroy Hawkins.
      The 2003 Twins won the AL Central with a record of 90-72. They eventually lost the ALDS to the New York Yankees.
      The Twins selected the following players in the first round of the 2004 draft:
      2004 Minnesota Twins
    • 2004 Minnesota Twins
    • The 2004 Florida Marlins finished the year in third place with a record of 83-79 and 13 games behind the Atlanta Braves in the NL East.
      After the season the Marlins lost pitchers Carl Pavano and Armando Benitez.
      The 2005 Florida Marlins finished the year 83-79 and 7 games behind the Atlanta Braves.
      The Marlins selected the following players in the first round of the 2005 draft:
      2005 Florida Marlins
    • 2005 Florida Marlins
    • The 2004 Boston Red Sox finished the year in second place with a record of 95-67 and 3 games behind the New York Yankees in the AL East.
      After the season the Red Sox lost shortstop Orlando Cabrera and pitchers Derek Lowe and Pedro Martinez
      The 2005 Boston Red Sox finished the year 95-67 and tied with the New York Yankees for the AL East title, due to head to head record the Red Sox were the Wild Card.
      The Red Sox selected the following players in the first round of the 2005 draft:
      2005 Boston Red Sox
    • 2005 Boston Red Sox
    • The 2006 Toronto Blue Jays finished the year in second place with a record of 88-75 and 10 games behind the New York Yankees in the AL East.
      After the season the Blue Jays lost outfielder Frank Catalanotto and pitchers Justin Speier and Ted Lilly.
      The 2007 Toronto Blue Jays finished the year 83-79 and 13 games behind the New York Yankees.
      The Toronto Blue Jays selected the following players in the first round of the 2007 draft:
      2007 Toronto Blue Jays
    • 2007 Toronto Blue Jays
    • The 2006 San Francisco Giants finished the year in third place with a record of 76-85 and 11.5 games behind both the San Diego Padres and Los Angeles Dodgers.
      After the season the Giants lost outfielder Moises Alou and pitchers Mike Stanton and Jason Schmidt.
      The 2007 San Francisco Giants finished the year 71-91 and 19 games behind the Arizona Diamondbacks.
      The San Francisco Giants selected the following players in the first round of the 2007 draft:
      2007 San Francisco Giants
    • 2007 San Francisco Giants
    • The 2006 San Diego Padres finished the year 88-74 tied for first with the Los Angeles Dodgers in the NL West.
      They eventually lost to the St.Louis Cardinals in the ALDS.
      After the season the Padres lost first baseman/outfielder Ryan Klesko, outfielder Dave Roberts, and pitchers Woody Williams, Chan Ho Park, and Alan Embree.
      The 2007 San Diego Padres finished the year 89-74 and 1.5 games behind the Arizona Diamondbacks.
      The Padres lost a 1-game wildcard with the Colorado Rockies.
      The San Diego Padres selected the following players in the first round of the 2007 draft:
      2007 San Diego Padres
    • 2007 San Diego Padres
    • The 2006 Texas Rangers finished the year in third place with a record of 80-82 and 13 games behind the Oakland A’s.
      After the season the Rangers lost outfielders Carlos Lee and Gary Matthews Jr. and infielder Mark DeRosa.
      The 2007 Texas Rangers finished the year 75-87 and 19 games behind the Los Angeles Angels.
      The Texas Rangers selected the following players in the first round of the 2007 draft:
      2007 Texas Rangers
    • 2007 Texas Rangers
    • The 2008 L.A. Angeles won the AL West with a record of 100-62 and eventually lost the ALDS to the Boston Red Sox.
      After the season the Angels lost first baseman Mark Teixeira and pitchers Francisco Rodriguez and Jon Garland.
      The 2009 L.A. Angels won the AL West with a record of 97-65 and eventually lost the ALCS to the New York Yankees.
      The L.A. Angels selected the following players in the first round of the 2009 draft:
      2009 Los Angeles Angels
    • 2009 L.A. Angels
    • The 2008 Arizona Diamondbacks finished the year in second place with a record of 80-82 and 2 games behind the Los Angeles Dodgers in the NL West.
      After the season the Diamondbacks lost second baseman Orlando Hudson and pitchers Juan Cruz and Brandon Lyon.
      The 2009 Arizona Diamondbacks finished the year 70-92 and 25 games behind the Los Angeles Dodgers.
      The Arizona Diamondbacks selected the following players in the first round of the 2009 draft:
      2009 Arizona Diamondbacks
    • 2009 Arizona Diamondbacks
    • The 2009 L.A. Angels won the AL West with a record of 97-65 and eventually lost the ALCS to the New York Yankees.
      After the season the Angels lost second baseman Chone Figgins and pitcher John Lackey.
      The 2010 L.A. Angels finished in third place with a record of 80-82 and 10 games behind the Texas Rangers.
      The L.A. Angels selected the following players in the first round of the 2010 draft:
      2010 Los Angeles Angels
    • 2010 L.A. Angels