Good topic. I always find the back end of round 1 the most difficult to rank. Some good names out there so far.
In no particular order, I think a good first round would certainly include Crawford, Santana, M. Cabrera. After that Bay, Wright, Tejada, D. Lee and Young are good candidates. Depends, in part, on your draft strategy.
I'd put Abreu in there, but he seemed to tire at the end of last year. Not bad at the end of the 1st round, I suppose, and could be a real steal. Really, though, you want your 1st pick to be as safe as possible.
Interesting that nobody's mentioned Hafner. If you put Ortiz at #6, then Hafner will be an absolute steal at number 13 or 14 (or wherever he might get drafted in the 2nd round).
2nd and 3rd rounds are going to present some great (albeit risky) picks. But that's for a different thread. The relevance to this thread is that is all the more reason to make your 1st pick as safe as possible.
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