2013 MLB Draft Prospects: Ranking the 5 Biggest Steals of Day 1

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2013 MLB Draft Prospects: Ranking the 5 Biggest Steals of Day 1
Bruce Thorson-USA TODAY Sports

Day 1 of the 2013 MLB draft is in the books. We saw the first 73 selections of this year's class on Thursday night, leaving just 1,127 picks remaining.

There were more than a few surprises in the first round, starting with Oklahoma right-hander Jonathan Gray falling to No. 3 overall after many expected him to be the No. 1 overall pick.

Yukon High School catcher Jon Denney, considered either the second- or third-best catcher in the class and a likely first-round pick, has yet to hear his name called after seeing five catchers taken. He enters Day 2 as the top name still on the board.

Focusing on Day 1 for a little longer though, here is a look at the five biggest steals of Day 1, with more steals no doubt on their way in the days ahead.

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