2014 MLB Mock Draft Continued

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  1. Monte Harrison, OF, High School
    There are a lot of rumors that the Royals are targeting Harrison, a local product. He has a great set of tools athletically and the potential for an impact bat. Kansas City targets high-upside players who will require years of development. Another name to watch is Brandon Zimmer since that would reunite the Zimmer brothers as Royals.

  2. Jeff Hoffman, RHP, East Carolina
    Hoffman has the Nationals written all over him. Two years ago, they gambled on Lucas Giolito, which worked out well. Like Giolito, Hoffman is a special arm talent who will slide because of injury concerns. If Hoffman didn’t have the injury concerns, he’d be a top-10 lock and could be in the top four.

  3. Grant Holmes, RHP, High School
    The Reds get a nice value in Holmes. He could go earlier and is said to be one of the players who is on Cincinnati’s radar.

    Pick change; previously Brandon Finnegan, LHP

  4. Marcus Wilson, OF, High School
    The Rays like athletic outfielders with talented bats. Wilson fits the profile, and Tampa Bay has the right farm system to develop him.

  5. Brandon Finnegan, LHP, TCU
    Cleveland has good young position players in its farm system. The Indians could use more pitching talent, so they’re fortunate that the 2014 class has a lot of talented arms. Finnegan has good stuff and would have gone higher if it weren’t for injury concerns.

    Pick change; previously Grant Holmes, RHP

  6. Kodi Medeiros, LHP, High School
    Some feel that Medeiros has the stuff to be a staff ace, while others think he’s destined to be a reliever. Los Angeles likes to draft high schoolers with potential. Medeiros fits the Dodgers’ profile and makes a lot of sense at this point of the first round.

  7. Nick Burdi, RHP, Louisville
    This is a popular projection for Detroit because it makes a lot of sense. The Tigers like power arms, plus Burdi could rise quickly. It wouldn’t be surprising if he’s coming out of Detroit’s bullpen in short order.

  8. Eric Fedde, RHP, UNLV
    Last year, Pittsburgh doubled up on position players in the first round, so it would make sense for the club to grab an arm this year. Fedde is a power pitcher who could end up being a starter or closer. The Pirates get a good value here.

  9. Ti’quan Forbes, SS, High School
    Oakland has drafted position players with tools the past few years. The A’s have taken some high school prospects and Forbes would make sense for Oakland.

    Pick change; previously Kyle Schwarber, C

  10. Derek Hill, OF, High School
    Everybody thought the Red Sox would select Austin Meadows or Clint Frazier in the 2013 MLB Draft, but Cleveland took Frazier before he could get to Boston’s pick. Boston then surprised everyone by taking lefty Trey Ball instead of Meadows. This year, the Red Sox are good position again to land an outfield talent.

  11. Jacob Gatewood, SS, High School
    Last year, the Cardinals took two pitchers in the first round, so it would make sense for St. Louis to select a position player. Gatewood is said to have a ton of upside with the potential for a power bat.

    Pick change; previously Michael Gettys, OF

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