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2014 MLB Draft: Final draft thoughts from Jeff Ellis

So another draft is in the books and it’s time to review the draft in whole and shape up my thoughts and ideas on the draft this year. I will also do my draft tools article and my shadow draft later this month, but for now I wanted to just focus on this draft as a whole and particularly the top 12 selections.

I thought the first day was incredibly interesting for the Indians. They had four picks and completely ignored college pitching which earlier in the year had been viewed as a draft strength before several guys really regressed over the last few months. College bats - specifically right-handed bats - were viewed as the weakest position in this draft. While the Indians didn’t grab any right-handed bats they did go with...

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