Chances are that if you're reading this, you know someone who has—or will—be drafted by a major league baseball team.
More than 1,200 amateur players receive phone calls over the three-day period that encompasses MLB's annual draft, with only a handful of players ever making it to the highest level of the sport.
The vast majority of these players either flame out, fade away or have ceilings that simply aren't as high as teams and pundits believed them to be.
Picking the biggest steals and busts of a draft shortly after it's completed is a lot like washing your car during the eye of a hurricane—the car is only going to get dirty again, and you'll find yourself repeating the process once the storm passes.
It will take years before we truly know which picks were shrewd moves and which picks were colossal wastes of time—but that doesn't mean that we shouldn't give it our best shot.
With that said, let's take a look at the biggest steals and reaches for each of the 30 teams that participated in the 2013 MLB draft.