|amateur free agent, 2006|
|Zach Braddock||18th round, 2005|
|Ryan Braun||1st round, 2005|
|Dave Bush||2nd round, 2002|
|Josh Butler||2nd round, 2006|
|Lorenzo Cain||17th round, 2004|
|Chris Capuano||8th round, 1999|
|Todd Coffey||41st round, 1998|
|Craig Counsell||11th round, 1992|
|Doug Davis||10th round, 1996|
|Jim Edmonds||7th round, 1988|
|Alcides Escobar||amateur free agent, 2003|
|Marco Estrada||6th round, 2005|
|Prince Fielder||1st round, 2002|
|Yovani Gallardo||2nd round, 2004|
|Mat Gamel||4th round, 2005|
|Jody Gerut||2nd round, 1998|
|Carlos Gomez||amateur free agent, 2002|
|Corey Hart||11th round, 2000|
|LaTroy Hawkins||7th round, 1991|
|Adam Heether||11th round, 2003|
|Trevor Hoffman||11th round, 1989|
|Joe Inglett||8th round, 2000|
|George Kottaras||20th round, 2002|
|Jonathan Lucroy||3rd round, 2007|
|Kameron Loe||20th round, 2002|
||10th round, 2003|
|Chris Narveson||2nd round, 2000|
|Manny Parra||26th round, 2001|
||56th round, 1996|
|Angel Salome||5th round, 2004|
||11th round, 2007|
|Adam Stern||3rd round, 2001|
|Mitch Stetter||16th round, 2003|
|Jeff Suppan||2nd round, 1993|
|Carlos Villanueva||amateur free agent, 2002|
|Rickie Weeks||1st round, 2003|
|Randy Wolf||2nd round, 1997|
|Gregg Zaun||17th round, 1989|
This list was made using the 40-man roster listed on Brewers.com
To give some context, here's what the rounds surrounding some of these picks yielded. These aren't selections - these are the only other players to make the majors from the rounds surrounding the Brewers' players selections:
Zach Braddock was drafted in the 18th round in 2005, but he's not the only pitcher that came from the later rounds of that draft. Burke Badenhop, RHP for the Tigers, was drafted in the 19th. Tommy Hanson of the Braves and Jamie Garcia of the Cardinals were both drafted in the 22nd round that year.
Todd Coffey was drafted in the 41st round of the 1998 draft. Nook Logan went in the 40th round and played four seasons at first base between Detroit and Washington from 2004 to 2007 and is out of baseball. Mark Buehrle was drafted in the 38th round that year. Pirates SS Bobby Crosby was drafted in the 34th round. Former Brewer Chris Spurling was selected in the 41st round of the 1999 draft.
George Kottaras and Kameron Loe were both selected in the 20th round in 2002. Pirate Zach Duke was picked in the 20th round the year before. Giants' Travis Ishikawa selected in the 21st round that year. Cards pitcher Kyle McClellan was drafted in the 25th round. Russell Martin went in the 17th. Former Brewer Dana Eveland was selected in the 16th round that year.
Manny Parra was drafted in the 26th round 2001. Ian Kinsler went in the same round. Former Brewer Chris Barnwell was selected in the 25th - he played 13 major league games. The Cardinals' Kevin Correia was drafted in the 23rd round and Zach Duke went in the 20th. BCB favorite Chris Saenz was drafted in the 28th round that year. The Braves' Delwyn Young and Twins pitcher Nick Blackburn were selected in the 29th round.
David Riske was selected in the 56th round of 1996. San Diego Giant Barry Zito went in the 59th round. Marcus Giles was drafted in the 53rd round that year.
Gregg Zaun. Brian Giles and Mark Grudzielanek were drafted in the 17th round in 1989. Grudzielanek did not sign and was then drafted in the 11th round of the 1991 draft. Catcher Brian Johnson, who played 471 games from 1994-2001 was drafted in the 16th round. Kurt Abbot, drafted in the 15th round, played 703 games from 1993-2001. Jim Thome was drafted in the 13th round.