Found September 30, 2013 on NorthWest Sports Beat:
Another Young Body Coming Soon The Mariners know what pick they’re going to have in next years’s draft. “The ’14 draft class is deeper than the previous few, and the favorite to go No. 1 overall is North Carolina State left-hander Carlos Rodon.  Much of the depth is in the prep pitcher class, but there also appears to be more solid second-to-sixth round talents than the past two drafts.” Image via ProspectInsider.com ProspectInsider.com   Jason Churchill went onto say under the post “Entirely too early for any sort of rankings to carry any weight at all, but not even a mention of Trea Turner, Jacob Gateway, Tyler Kolek or Michael Cederoth? They’re in that group, no doubt. All of them are currently better prospects than Fisher. Haven’t talked to one checker or SD who believes he’s a top 10 guy right now. He has the most work to do to change that.” 2014 MLB Draft Order prospectinsider.com Through games of September 28 Teams in Bold have locked in that selection | First tie-breaker is previous year’s record The Houston Astros have clinched the No. 1 pick for the third straight year a… Follow NWSB on our Facebook page for live 24-7-365 updates of all our Northwest Sports Teams!!
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