Sonoma County Crushers Pitcher Drafted After Lawyer Milloy

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Independent Baseball Trivia Question

Which Sonoma County Crushers pitcher was drafted 5 picks after future NFL Pro Bowl player, Lawyer Milloy?

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Answer:

Kurt Takahashi

He was drafted with the 16th pick of the 19th round of the 1995 MLB draft.  Milloy was the 11th pick in the same round.

http://www.baseball-reference.com/draft/index.cgi?draft_round=19&year_ID=1995&draft_type=junreg&query_type=year_round


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