2014 MLB draft prospects rankings: Nos. 30-26

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The high schools take four of the five spots in this installment in our 2014 MLB draft prospects rankings. We’ll be halfway home with our top 50 after looking at these five players.

As you see just down and over to the right, there’s a listing of the five previous posts covering the top 50. After you’ve checked these five guys (no, that’s not an endorsement), head back to this page and catch up on the previous posts.

If you’re a fan of pitchers, then this post is for definitely you as we have four slots in which we take a peek at a quartet of prep arms.

Three of the four have the potential talent to become mid-rotation guys. As far as the fourth, there is a particular set of circumstances in play. That will be explained later.

That leaves one. Our fifth prospect within this post is from the college ranks. He possesses a bat that should play rather well at the next level. His last name will be a familiar one to baseball fans. And you will get a gander at his numbers. Some are pretty gaudy.

Ahead to numbers 30 through 26 in our top draft prospects rankings.

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