Pittsburgh Pirates Draft: Revisiting Every First-Round Pick Since 2005

As we approach the 2023 MLB Draft, let's look back and see where former Pirate first-round picks ended up

2005 First Round Pick Andrew McCutchen
2005 First Round Pick Andrew McCutchen / Justin K. Aller/GettyImages
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2022 (Pick 4) - Termarr Johnson, SS, Mays High School (GA)

Career Stats/Accolades: Has not played in the MLB

Time will tell whether or not Termarr Johnson will pan out in the Major Leagues, but as of right now, the future looks bright for the 19-year-old Atlanta native. In 249 plate appearances at Low-A this season Johnson owns a strong .227/.391/.387 slash line with a 122 wRC+.


Looking back on the last 18 drafts, there have been some big hits, big misses, and some average players who have had respectable careers. As we approach the 2023 MLB Draft, where the Pirates hold the first overall selection, it will be intriguing to see who fans can look forward to watching in the future. If you'd like to read about the top three prospects in the 2023 Draft, I wrote an article breaking them down here.

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