Fantasy Baseball 2014: Full 12-Team, 25-Round Mock Draft, Version 2.0

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Fantasy Baseball 2014: Full 12-Team, 25-Round Mock Draft, Version 2.0
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Getting Andrew McCutchen with the fifth overall pick ensures that all five categories are covered.

Practice makes perfect—even when it doesn't really count.

With fantasy baseball drafts underway everywhere in recent weeks, it's important to prepare for the big day. Reading up on the top 150 players this year is one way to do so, as is checking out the position rankings and some key sleepers.

Nothing, though, beats doing a mock draft. That's where a group of like-minded fantasy baseball folks gather over the Interwebs to participate in a process of player procurement, pick by pick, for practice.

The idea is to simulate a real fantasy baseball draft in order to get a better understanding of trends in roster construction and each player's average draft position (ADP).

The point? To learn something while having some fun.

With all of the above in mind, after enjoying a 15-team, 23-round mock draft last month, yours truly gave it another go by joining in on a more recent—and less intensive—mock with a bunch of fellow fantasy baseball fanatics.

What follows is a look at how everything shook out.

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