Canadians selected in 2000

by on October 18, 2012


Subscribe to our newsletter

* INF Scott Thorman (Cambridge, Ont.) was the first Canadian selected in 2000 ….


35 Canadians drafted in … 2000

Round (Over-all) Club Position Name Home Town University/Team

1st (30th) Braves 3B Scott Thorman Cambridge, Ont. Team Ontario/Canadian Junior Team
6th (165th) Expos RHP Shawn Hill Georgetown, Ont. Etobicoke Rangers
9th (268th) Blue Jays 3B-OF Nom Siriveaw Vancouver, BC Eastern Oklahoma Jr. College
14th (402nd) Twins C Cory Agar Brandon, Man. Dunedin HS, Fla.
15th (440th) Angels LHP Geoff Smart Vernon, BC Penticton

17th (493th) Cubs RHP David Jablonski Calgary, Alta. Canadian National Junior Team
17th (510th) A’s RHP Rich Harden Victoria, BC Central Arizona Community College
17th (514th) Rangers RHP Andrew Myette Surrey, BC Walleye Chiefs
18th (538th) Blue Jays RHP Mark Perkins Victoria, BC Lake City Community College
19th (564th) Orioles INF Shayne Ridley Milton, Ont. Ball State University

19th (566th) Mariners RHP Tanner Watson Arnprior, Ont. Team Ontario/Canadian National Junior Team
19th (568th) Blue Jays C Alex Blackburn London, Ont. London Badgers
20th (592nd) White Sox RHP Etienne Ratte-Delorme St. Hubert, Que. Academie Baseball Canada
22nd (645th) Expos OF Jason Bay Trail, BC Gonzaga University
22nd (660th) A’s C John Suomi Etobicoke, Ont. College of the Caribou

26th (771st) Brewers RHP Michael Reiss Thornhill, Ont. Team Ontario
27th (792nd) Twins RHP Stephen Reiss Thornhill, Ont. Team Ontario
28th (845th) Mets 3B Justin Wendt Waterloo, Ont. Canadian Thunderbirds
30th (898th) Blue Jays RHP Lanny Patten Drayton Valley, Alta. Allan Hancock College
32nd (949th) Padres RHP Jamie Franey Shearstown, Nfld. Ascension College

33rd (987th) Dodgers OF Brad Jalbert Saskatoon, Sask. Canadian National Junior Team
34th (1007th) Rockies 1B Grant Mullen Corunna, Ont. Gordon College
34th (1018th) Blue Jays INF Jeremy Ridley Milton, Ont. Ball State University
34th (1020th) A’s RHP Robert Findlay Etobicoke, Ont. Seminole State Jr. College
34th (1025th) Mets RHP Tanner Osberg Red Deer, Alta. Calgary Dawgs

35th (1035th) Expos 3B Russell Martin Montreal, Que. Academie Baseball Canada/Canadian National Junior Team
36th (1077th) Dodgers OF Dustin Schroer Surrey, BC       Walleye Chiefs
40th (1185th)     Expos SS Ivan Naccarata Longueil, Que. Academie Baseball Canada/Canadian National Junior Team
41st (1217th)     Tigers LHP Jordan Gerk Kelowna, BC Oral Roberts University
41st (1233rd)     Mets C Verissimo Perreira   Montreal, Que. Academie Baseball Canada

43rd (1272nd)     Expos RHP Alexandre Groleau Longueil, Que. Seminole State Jr. College
43rd (1282nd) Dodgers RHP Daniel Desclouds Stittsville, Ont. Ottawa White Sox
43rd (1283rd) Blue Jays RHP Matt Kniginyzky Mississauga, Ont. High Park Braves/Ontario Blue Jays
48th (1408th) Rangers LHP Ryan Lupul Prince George, BC North Idaho College
49th (1423rd)     Dodgers RHP Shaun Kott Nipawin, Sask. Canadian National Junior Team

By province: Ontario 14, British Columbia 9, Quebec 5, Alberta 3, Saskatchewan 2, Manitoba 1, Newfoundland 1.

By team: 1 .Jays  6, 2. Expos  5, 3. Dodgers 4.
A’s 3 Mets 3, Rangers 2, Twins 2, Angels 1, Braves 1, Brewers 1, Cubs 1, Mariners 1, Orioles 1, Padres 1, Rockies 1, Tigers 1, White Sox 1.

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.

Read full bio

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>