Canadians drafted in 1991

by on November 7, 2012

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24 Canadians drafted in … in 1991

Round (Over-all) Club Position Name Hometown College/University
11th (283rd) Yankees OF Jason Wuerch Leamington, Ont. Windsor Selects
18th (480th) Giants RHP Kevin Brown Brampton Ont. Brampton
26th (680th) Padres C Alex Andreopoulos Toronto, Ont. High Park Braves
28th (745th) Blue Jays LHP Steve Sinclair Victoria, BC Babe Ruth All-Stars
38th (998th) Expos LHP Ryan Duffy Sombra, Ont.

41st (1083rd) Pirates LHP Todd Boulanger Surrey, BC Whalley Chiefs
43rd (1124th) Expos RHP Fernando DaSilva Brossard, Que.
44th (1149th) Expos OF Vincent Guay Sherbrooke, Que.
46th (1199th) Expos 1B Jason Thorsteinson Richmond, BC
50th (1282nd) Braves RHP Yves Martineau Pointe-aux-Trembles, Que.

50th (1284th) Astros RHP Michael Keenan St. John, N.B. Allan Hancock Jr. College
52nd (1336th) Dodgers LHP Cam Aronetz Coquitlam, BC Coquitlam Reds
60th (1459th) Indians RHP Ryan Stofer Victoria, BC Victoria All-Stars
61st (1466th) Braves 1B Derek Berschaminski Saskatoon, Sask. University of North Dakota
63rd (1489th) Yankees SS Jason Birmingham Sarnia, Ont. Sarnia Braves/Canadian National Junior Team

71st (1543rd) Dodgers RHP Mark Fraser Sudbury, Ont. Sudbury
72nd (1544th) Yankees RHP Howard Ferguson Hamilton, Ont. Hamilton Mahoney
73rd (1549th) Dodgers SS Stephane DiLauro Montreal, Que.
74th (1550th) Yankees C Joel Irvine Dartmouth, N.S. Des Moines Area Community College
75th (1553rd) Yankees SS Brent Hall Claresholm, Atla.

76th (1556th) Yankees LHP Tim Borys Surrey, BC Whalley Chiefs
76th (1558th) Dodgers RHP Brent Crowther North Vancouver, BC
77th (1559th) Yankees OF Robert Nicholson Calgary, Alta.
92nd (1594th) Dodgers 2B Derek Gauthier Toronto, Ont. East York

By province: Ontario 8, British Columbia 7, Quebec 4, Alberta 2, New Brunswick 1, Nova Scotia 1, Saskatchewan 1.

By team: 1. Yankees 7, 2. Dodgers 5, 3. Expos 4.
Braves 2, Astros 1, Blue Jays 1, Giants 1, Indians 1, Padres 1, Pirates1.

Bob Elliott
Bob Elliott is the founder of the Canadian Baseball Network. He is also a baseball columnist for the Toronto Sun and a frequent guest on The FAN-590. He was born in Kingston, Ont. If you want to know anything and everything to do with the Major Leagues, Minors or amateur ball in Canada - Bob is the man to talk ask.

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