Brett Caradonna is one of those guys you forgot was drafted in the first round. He was the White Sox 1997 compensation pick for losing pitcher Kevin Tapani to free agency … but he wasn’t much compensation. While Tapani went on to win 19 games for his new team, the Cubs, in 1998, Caradonna totaled just two games at Triple A. He managed slugging percentages under .300 two seasons in a row, 2000 and 2001. That’s very difficult to accomplish, and not in a good way.