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Class Key:
J1 - Junior College, 1st year   J2 - Junior College, 2nd year   J3 - Junior College, 3rd year
DO - Dropout   NS - No School   HS - High School   SO - College sophomore
JR - College junior   SR - College senior   5S - College, 5th year senior
Pick Team Player School Pos B/T Ht Wt DOB Class
972Chris LewisStanford U2BR/R6'0"2001984-01-254YR 
782Marc LewisCreighton ULHPL/L6'0"2051984-10-034YR 
833Taylor LewisCanyon del Oro HSRHPR/R6'4"1901988-06-02HS 
1291Dustin LidyardLower Columbia ColRHPR/R6'2"2201985-09-29JR 
998Burke LieppmanPrescott HS1BR/R6'5"2151987-10-31HS 
545Ross LiersemannU AkronRHPR/R6'3"2001983-08-144YR 
866Nick LilesScotland HS2BR/R6'0"1651987-07-23HS 
591Johan LimontaMiami Dade CC South1BL/L6'0"2051983-08-04JR 
10Timothy LincecumU WashingtonRHPL/R5'11"1701984-06-154YR350K
Comments: An undersized right-hander, turned down going pro as a draft-eligible sophomore and it's paid off. He's skyrocketed to the top of the first round thanks to a dominating junior season. The PAC-10 career leader in strikeouts, he has an unorthodox delivery, leading some to worry about durability. He's got a plus fastball and plus, plus curve, leading some to compare him to Roy Oswalt. If put in the pen, he could help a big league club out this season.
4Brad LincolnU HoustonRHPL/R6'0"2001985-05-254YR350K
Comments: Has been a two-way player while at Houston. He can touch the mid-90s with his fastball and has a hard curve. Coming off a strong Cape season, he followed that up with an outstanding junior year on the mound.
802Ryan LindgrenSeminole CCRHPR/R6'3"1851986-08-09JR 
979Brooks LindsayMt Hood CC2BR/R6'0"1851986-10-25JR 
942Dylan LindseyBroward CCRHPR/R6'3"2051985-07-13JR 
1386Ryan LipkinSolano JCCR/R6'0"2001987-10-08JR 
480Chase LiretteU South FloridaRHPR/R6'4"2201985-06-094YR 
570Matthew LiuzzaLouisiana St UCR/R6'0"1951984-02-034YR 
51Jeffrey LockeA Crosby Kennett Sr HSLHPL/L6'2"1801987-11-20HS 
Comments: A New England talent who is very projectable. His main pitch is a fastball, which has hit as high as 95 mph on the gun. His secondary pitches need work.
1212Jacob LockerFerndale HSRHPR/R6'3"2151988-06-15HS350K
Comments: Slated to be U Wash's quarterback in the fall, so it will take quite a bit to talk him out of pursuing football. On the diamond, he's a two-way talent who has barely scratched the surface of his baseball ability.
767Darrell LockettWeatherford HSCFS/R5'9"1851987-11-01HS 
781Brett LoganU HoustonCR/R6'2"2151982-12-314YR 
73Matthew LongMiami URHPR/R6'5"2201984-02-234YR350K
Comments: Maybe the third time is the charm; he's been drafted twice before. He had Tommy John elbow surgery in 2004 and is now getting his stuff back as college closer with plus fastball and curve.
3Evan LongoriaCal St Long Beach3BR/R6'2"2131985-10-074YR350K
Comments: The best college bat in the draft, Longoria can play all over the infield. He doesn't have one tool that jumps out for scouts, but can hit for average and power.
701Derrick LoopCal St Los AngelesLHPR/L6'3"2201983-12-114YR 
743Esteban LopezU HawaiiCR/R6'2"2151984-06-204YR 
990Gregory LopezU Notre DameSSR/R5'11"1851984-01-184YR 
625Luis LopezDra Maria Cadilla de MartCFR/R6'0"1801987-11-24HS 
799Luis LopezSt Francis SchoolCFR/R5'10"1631988-07-26HS350K
864Jason LouwsmaFlorida Gulf Coast U3BR/R6'3"2251983-09-094YR 
1178Dante LoveSan Diego CCCR/R5'11"1951987-04-08JR 
1444Jeffrey LoveysBall St URHPR/R6'8"2451984-01-044YR 
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