2013 MLB Draft Grades: Final Report Cards for All 30 Teams

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2013 MLB Draft Grades: Final Report Cards for All 30 Teams
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After 40 rounds and over 1,200 players, it is time to reflect on what happened during the past three days in the 2013 Major League Baseball Draft. 

Obviously not all these players are going to contribute—some of them won't even make it out of short-season ball—but now is a time to be excited for the future and what could be. 

However, as we know all too well, not all drafts are created equal. Some teams will have a master plan they pull off to perfection, like Houston did last year with the trio of Carlos Correa, Lance McCullers and Rio Ruiz. Others seem like they are throwing darts at a set of photos and wherever it hits, that is what they pick. 

Here are our instant-reaction grades to what every big league team did during the draft, including its first-round pick, best value pick and a sleeper pick.

(Note: Teams are listed in alphabetical order.)

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