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FROM THE BASEBALL CHRONOLOGY
»June 1, 1992:
The Astros select Cal State–Fullerton 3B Phil Nevin with the 1st pick in the amateur draft. Picking 6th, the Yanks take Derek Jeter, who will reject a University of Michigan offer to sign with New York. The Marlins will use their 1st pick on catcher Charles Johnson. The A's take Jason Giambi (2nd round) and the Cards get T.J. Mathews on the 36th. The Brewers take Ken Felder on the 1st round but he will prove a flop: their best pick is Scott Karl (6th round). Marvin Benard goes to the Giants on the 50th round.
»October 1, 1995: Boston's Chris Donnels hits a 9th inning homer for Boston's only run in an 8-1 loss to the Brewers and Scott Karl. It is Donnels last ML at bat. Watching the ball sail over the RF wall is Brew's pitcher Bill Wegman, installed in RF in the 9th inning. Wegman, with the Brewers organization since 1981, is making his last ML appearance as well.