The 2014 Major League Baseball draft got off to an interesting start Thursday, but the bigger picture for all 30 teams became clear on Day 2. This is the day we see those top high school players who wanted big money fall well below where their talent suggests, though it's also an important time to find quality depth for the system.
Every club has a plan and agenda that it wants to meet by the end of Day 2, because the third day (Rounds 11-40) is basically about filling out rosters for rookie/short-season teams and taking college seniors who will sign for virtually nothing.
Strategy is key to success in the draft, though it can also bury a team that doesn't play the game as well as others. While there's plenty of time to decide which players are the crown jewels of the class, here are the teams, players and moves that stood out most, for better and worse, on Day 2 of the MLB draft.