Beernoser's Season 46 Draft Review

 Posting here as somehow his post showed up as comments on my previous post. It isn't an honor you treasure getting the stinky distinction of having a top ten draft pick, but if you get it, you better take advantage of it. Let's take a look back. Ten years ought to be enough time to tell if a pick was a hit or a whiff, so here are the top 10 picks of season 46, as seen from season 57. 1. Andrew Grim (P) by Mil . Rushed through the minors, Andrew had a rough start in season 48 going 1-12 with a 4.71 ERA. Since then he's been a workhorse going 82-74 with a 3.78 ERA. He lost all of season 54 with a shoulder tear and then was traded to New York. -- Grade - C- solid player but not what you want with the # 1 pick. 2. Chris Wright (1B) by Aug. Wright was an instant success torching High A pitchers for 62 home runs in season 47. Since then he hasn't slowed down. He hit the majors in season 49 with 39 HR's and 107 RBI's and has followed that up with 39 or more homers eig

Chicago White Sox win season 56 title

 We all hate Andrew Dayleg, but he wasn't much of a factor in the series.