Canadins drafted in 2001

by on October 18, 2012

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* OF Adam Stern (Port Stanley, Ont.) was the top Canadian drafted in 2001 ….  


45 Canadians drafted in … in 2001

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

3rd (105th) Braves OF Adam Stern Port Stanley, Ont. University of Nebraska
5th (148th)     Brewers RHP Judd Richardson Caledon, Ont. University of Miami Ohio
5th (159th)     Mariners 2B-OF John Cole Kanata, Ont. University of Nebraska
5th (160th) Dodgers RHP Steve Nelson Cole Harbour, NS Dartmouth Mooseheads
6th (181st) Blue Jays SS Lee Delfino Pickering, Ont. East Carolina University

7th (219th) Mariners RHP John Axford Port Dover, Ont. Team Ontario/Canadian National Junior Team
8th (241st) Blue Jays LHP Sean Grimes London, Ont. London Badgers/Canadian National Junior Team
12th (372nd) Mets OF Derran Watts Brampton, Ont. University of British Columbia
14th (424th) Blue Jays C David Corrente Chatham, Ont. Tecumseh/Team Ontario/Canadian National Junior Team
15th (437th) Twins RHP Brett Lawson Mississauga, Ont. Northwest Oklahoma State College

15th (455th) Yankees LHP John Picco La Salle, Ont. Villanova HS/Canadian National Junior Team
18th (547th) Indians RHP T.J. Burton Ottawa, Ont. Ottawa White Sox/Canadian National Junior Team
19th (579th) Mariners RHP Brian Sabourin Winnipeg, Man. Boni-Vital Sox
22nd (662nd) Marlins SS Jason Helps Wyoming, Ont. Central Michigan University
24th (730th) Dodgers LHP Ryan Lennerton Langley, BC Team BC/Canadian National Junior Team

24th (735th) Braves RHP Fred Wray Calgary, Alta. University of North Carolina-Wilmington
27th (811th) Blue Jays LHP Adam Daniels North Vancouver, BC North Shore Twins
28th (853rd) White Sox SS-RHP Jonathan Forest St. Hubert, Que. Academie Baseball Canada
29th (871st) Blue Jays RHP Mark McDonald Burlington, Ont. Team Ontario
29th (886th) Giants OF Matthew Huntingford Vancouver, BC Florida International University

31st (922nd) Expos LHP Jamieson Boulanger Montreal, Que. Concordia University
31st (940th) Dodgers RHP David Parker Winnipeg, Man. North Winnipeg Pirates/Canadian National Junior Team
32nd (952nd) Expos RHP Jean-Sebastien Varney St. Hubert, Que. Academie Baseball Canada
32nd (972nd) Mets C Cole Armstrong Surrey, BC Whalley Chiefs/Canadian National Junior Team
34th (1025th) Yankees RHP Chris Kemlo Oshawa, Ont. Team Ontario/Canadian National Junior Team

34th (1036th) Giants INF Aaron Hornostaj Waterloo, Ont. Ontario Blue Jays/Canadian National Junior Team
35th (1054th) Rockies RHP Jeff MacDonald Lacombe, Alta. Prairie Baseball Academy
37th (1120th) Dodgers OF Dustin Schroer Surrey, BC North Shore Twins
38th (1132nd) Expos LHP David Leclerc Laval, Que. Les Ailes du Quebec
38th (1151st) A’s RHP Rob Lacheur Delta, BC Prairie Baseball Academy

38th (1152nd) Mets LHP Luis Roberts Dartmouth, N.S. Nova Scotia Selects
40th (1207th) Indians LHP Aaron Russell Kitchener, Ont. Cerro Coso Jr. College
41st (1216th) Twins OF Ryan Pataro Barrie, Ont. Welland Renegades
42nd (1267th) Dodgers RHP Jordon Kissock Surrey, BC Whalley Chiefs
43rd (1286th) Blue Jays RHP Paul McDonald Burlington, Ont. Team Ontario

44th (1305th) Rangers RHP Andrew Myette Surrey, BC College of Southern Idaho
44th (1311th) Tigers RHP Philip Sobkow Calder, Sask. Butte Jr. College
44th (1314th) Blue Jays RHP Kevin Johnston Surrey, BC Whalley Chiefs
45th (1356th) Giants 1B Karl Amonite Essex, Ont. Connors State Jr. College
46th (1380th) Mets RHP Karnie Vertz Sherwood Park, Alta. Porterville Jr. College

47th (1406th) Dodgers RHP Devin Monds Ottawa, Ont. Ottawa White Sox/Can Junior Team
48th (1424th) Marlins INF Derek Hutton Montreal, Que. Palm Beach Gardens HS FLA
48th (1428th) Reds C Jeff Crinklaw Cambridge, Ont. Ohlone Jr. College
48th (1432nd) Dodgers RHP Danny Desclouds Stittsville, Ont. Connors State Jr. College
50th (1472nd) Blue Jays LHP Floyd Albert St. Catharines, Ont. Canadian Thunderbirds

By province: Ontario 23, British Columbia 9, Quebec 5, Alberta 3, Nova Scotia 2, Manitoba 2, Saskatchewan 1.

By team: 1. Jays 8, 2. Dodgers 7, 3. Mets 4.
Expos 3, Giants 3, Mariners 3, Braves 2,  Indians 2, Marlins 2, Twins 2, Yankees 2, A’s 1, Brewers 1, Rangers 1, Reds 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.

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