Dorrian signs with Braves; list of local MLB draft picks

Pat Dorrian (center front) signs a pro contract with the Atlanta Braves on Thursday, June 26, 2014 (Will Montgomery photo/Times Herald-Record)

Kingston’s Pat Dorrian made it official on Thursday, signing a pro contract with the Atlanta Braves. He heads to the Braves’ Gulf Coast League affiliate in Kissimmee, Fla. on Sunday.

For more on Dorrian, check out Friday’s Times Herald-Record.

In the meantime, here’s the updated list of our local MLB draft picks since the draft began in 1965.

Dorrian is the first local player to sign out of high school since Marlboro’s Dee Brown in 1996.

Local baseball draft picks since 1965
1965 17th round (328th pick) LHP Mickey Scott (Newburgh Free Academy), New York Yankees
1966 34th (651) RHP Brian Bach (Kingston), Atlanta Braves
1966 55th (815) P James Conklin (Tuxedo), Atlanta Braves
1967 16th (313) RHP Jeff Beattie (Warwick), Philadelphia Phillies
1971 27th (606) 3B-OF Ralph Petrillo (Newburgh Free Academy), Montreal Expos
1972 5th (114) C Karl Jacobsen (Valley Central), Kansas City Royals
1972 24th (560) 1B Linwood Fisher (Newburgh Free Academy), New York Yankees
1972 24th (568) RHP Charles Janes (Dartmouth, Kingston), Pittsburgh Pirates
1974 7th (162) RHP Kevin Lahey (Newburgh Free Academy), Kansas City Royals
1975 22nd (520) RHP Bob Semerano (SUNY Orange, Port Jervis), Pittsburgh Pirates
1976 19th (454) 3B John Kidd (SUNY Buffalo, Valley Central), Boston Red Sox
1977 1st (4) LHP Tim Cole (Saugerties), Atlanta Braves
1977 9th (219) OF Steve McMurray (Polk CC, Warwick), Cleveland Indians
1979 9th (212) 2B Paul Runge (Jacksonville, Kingston), Atlanta Braves
1980 25th (638) LHP Jeff Marks (Pine Bush), New York Yankees
1984 30th (721) RHP Joe Ausanio (Kingston), Atlanta Braves
1985 1st (15) RHP Willie Fraser (Concordia, Newburgh Free Academy), Los Angeles Angels
1985 23rd (587) 2B Mark Casey (Iona, Marlboro), Minnesota Twins
1988 11st (278) RHP Joe Ausanio (Jacksonville, Kingston), Pittsburgh Pirates
1988 34th (886) RHP Brian Golden (Gettysburg, Pine Bush), St. Louis Cardinals
1989 31st (811) RHP Dave Telgheder (UMass, Minisink Valley), New York Mets
1989 63rd (1,438) OF Greg Lewis (Newburgh Free Academy), Toronto Blue Jays
1990 22nd (589) RHP Sam Mandia (Seton Hall, Marlboro), Toronto Blue Jays
1991 1st (44) 3B Mike Groppuso (Seton Hall, Kingston), Houston Astros
1991 31st (827) LHP Mike Bertotti (Iona, Cornwall), Chicago White Sox
1992 10th (283) INF Dave Post (Kingston), Los Angeles Dodgers
1992 26th (724) CF Matt Morris (Valley Central), Milwaukee Brewers
1992 32nd (887) LHP Andy Heckman (NC-Charlotte, Pine Bush), San Francisco Giants
1993 7th (194) RHP Scott Kendrick (Monroe-Woodbury), Chicago Cubs
1993 32nd (894) 1B Gabe Duross (Maine, Kingston), Chicago Cubs
1993 34th (945) 3B Steve Wojkowski (Montgomery JC (Md.), Middletown), Kansas City Royals
1993 37th (1,039) OF Greg Lewis (New Hampshire, Newburgh Free Academy), Texas Rangers
1994 7th (187) RHP Denis McLaughlin (Old Dominion, Warwick), Boston Red Sox
1994 7th (190) RHP-SS Tim Spindler (Washingtonville), Chicago Cubs
1994 8th (221) 3B Ryan Balfe (Cornwall), Detroit Tigers
1994 29th (819) P Matt Herr (Hotchkiss School, New Windsor), Atlanta Braves
1994 41st (1,151st) C Colby Weaver (Florida St., Warwick), Atlanta Braves
1995 1st (12) RHP Matt Morris (Seton Hall, Valley Central), St. Louis Cardinals
1995 3rd (85) RHP Rob Bell (Marlboro), Atlanta Braves
1995 6th (159) SS Joe Nathan (Stony Brook, Pine Bush), San Francisco Giants
1995 32nd (898) RHP Tim Spindler (SUNY Orange, Washingtonville), New York Yankees
1996 1st (14) OF Dee Brown (Marlboro), Kansas City Royals
1997 5th (170) INF Tim Hummel (John S. Burke Catholic), San Diego Padres
1997 24th (729) P Cormac Joyce (John S. Burke Catholic), Chicago White Sox
1997 34th (1,034) OF Mike Speckhardt (Marist, Fallsburg), St. Louis Cardinals
1998 24th (713) 2B Jason Edgar (Connecticut, Cornwall), Texas Rangers
2000 2nd (52) SS Tim Hummel (Old Dominion, John S. Burke Catholic), Chicago White Sox
2001 18th (537) C Alex Trezza (Stony Brook, Pine Bush), Detroit Tigers
2001 26th (776) OF Steve Checksfield (Albany, Kingston), Houston Astros
2001 33rd (1,003) LHP Sean Kramer (Cornwall), Chicago White Sox
2002 23rd (688) RHP Dave Pahucki (Siena, Goshen), Boston Red Sox
2003 7th (192) SS Mike Aviles (Concordia, Middletown), KC Royals
2003 16th (474) LHP Kevin Ool (Marist, Middletown), Boston Red Sox
2003 19th (575) C Jason Motte (Iona, Valley Central), St. Louis Cardinals
2004 20th (607) RHP Rob Semerano (Fordham, Port Jervis), Oakland A’s
2004 26th (789) LHP Sean Kramer (Iona, Cornwall), New York Yankees
2006 9th (260) RHP Steve Mcfarland (Lamar, Marlboro), Pittsburgh Pirates
2007 25th (775) RHP Jason Monti (Sacred Heart, Marlboro), Toronto Blue Jays
2007 45th (1,340) C Pete Gilardo (Dominican, Cornwall), Boston Red Sox
2011 48th (1,455) C Ricky Pacione (Marist, Newburgh Free Academy), Los Angeles Angels
2012 10th (329) 3B Mike Dodig (Columbia-Greene CC, Saugerties), Atlanta Braves
2012 27th (841) RHP Quinn Carpenter (Goshen), Boston Red Sox
2014 12th (378) 2B Pat Dorrian (Kingston), Atlanta Braves
2014 17th (504) RHP Quinn Carpenter (Iowa Western CC, Goshen), Toronto Blue Jays

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