2014 MLB Mock Draft: Early First-Round Projections for All 30 Teams

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2014 MLB Mock Draft: Early First-Round Projections for All 30 Teams
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LHP Carlos Rodon (NC State) headlines a 2014 draft class that's deep on the mound.

Even though the Major League Baseball season ended earlier in the month, it's never too early to look ahead at the 2014 MLB First-Year Player Draft next June.

The 2014 draft class is noticeably better than last year’s class, headlined by a pair of college pitchers in Carlos Rodon (North Carolina State) and Jeff Hoffman (East Carolina) who both project as front-of-the-rotation starters in the major leagues.

However, there are guaranteed to be endless changes in the class’ player rankings between now and next June, as countless players will fall out of the standings and be replaced by other up-and-coming draft prospects.

Though this is technically a mock draft, it’s nearly impossible to get a feel for which teams are interested in certain players this early in the process. Using MLB’s set first-round draft order for 2014, I designed this mock draft on the assumption that each team will be interested in the best player still on the board rather than getting too cute with a perfect pick; I’m more concerned with getting the key names to know out there.

With that said, I present to you Prospect Pipeline’s first 2014 MLB mock draft. 

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