MLB Draft 2014: Ranking the 10 Biggest Steals of the Entire Draft

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MLB Draft 2014: Ranking the 10 Biggest Steals of the Entire Draft
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The Los Angeles Dodgers got arguably a top-10 talent when they took Grant Holmes at No. 22.

There were 1,215 players drafted in the 40 rounds of the 2014 Major League Baseball draft. We'll know for sure which players were the big steals among that lot in, oh, about a decade.

But for now, we can narrow things down to the players who look like the biggest steals of the draft.

We can do that by weighing where players probably should have gone based on their apparent talent level, according to the all-knowing, all-seeing experts, against where they actually went in the draft.

Beyond that, we'll narrow things down even further by focusing on guys who are actually signable. So if you're looking for a list of steals featuring Jacob Bukauskas at No. 600, you've come to the wrong place.

With the ground rules now defined, let's take a look at the top 10 steals of the 2014 MLB draft.

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