1967 Major League Baseball draft
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First round selections
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The following are the first round picks in the 1967 Major League Baseball draft.
The June draft was filled with talented prospects who would go on to pro careers. Some selections included Bobby Grich and Don Baylor (Baltimore), Vida Blue (Kansas City Athletics), Dusty Baker (Atlanta), Ken Singleton and Jon Matlack (Mets), and Ted Simmons and Jerry Reuss (St. Louis). In the January draft, Boston tabbed catcher Carlton Fisk and the New York Mets drafted Ken Singleton.
Other notable players
In the category of the one who got away, the Cincinnati Reds selected Chris Chambliss in the 31st round only to have him enroll in junior college. The Mets chose Dan Pastorini in the 32nd round, but Pastorini chose football and would later play several seasons in the NFL.
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