2013 MLB Draft: Most Likely to Hit 50 Homers, Win MVP and Other Milestones

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2013 MLB Draft: Most Likely to Hit 50 Homers, Win MVP and Other Milestones
Crystal LoGiudice-USA TODAY Sports
Jonathan Gray is bound to be a star one day.

The primary goal of the MLB draft is to draft a player that has the potential to be successful in the big leagues some day. Players that become successful usually tend to win awards, break records and achieve milestones throughout their careers.

In the 2013 MLB draft, there were plenty of players selected that have that sort of potential. Over the next 20 or so years, these will be the stars of the game, winning MVPs, Cy Young awards and maybe even getting inducted into the Hall of Fame.

So, which draft picks are most likely to win these types of awards or achieve these milestones? Well, I’ve compiled a set of achievements that are prestigious within in the game, and in the following slides, I’ll explain who has the best chance at winning the award, breaking the record, etc. and why that player's chances are so good.

Without wasting anymore time explaining what we’re doing it, let’s take a look at which 2013 draft picks will be doing some special things in the near future.

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