Day one of the 2013 MLB draft is in the books with rounds 3-10 set to begin on Friday.
With the No. 31 overall selection, the Atlanta Braves chose to add more pitching depth by selecting right-hander Jason Hursh out of Oklahoma State.
In the second round at pick No. 65, the Braves turned their attention to a positional player in Victor Caratini, a catcher out of Miami Dade Community College.
As is the case with most picks in the First-Year Player Draft, there is boom-or-bust potential.
What direction will the careers of the Braves' 2013 first-day picks go?