We’d heard word that Randall Grichuk was going to go in the second half of the first round, but he’d been pegged to St. Louis and Houston, not the Angels. He’s one of the better prep hitters available in the draft, and while some scouts weren’t sold on the rest of his tools, he’s fairly athletic and is an average runner presently. Still, he’s getting drafted this high for his bat. He is the first player drafted who wasn’t on our last revised Top 50.
The Angels have plenty of picks and go again immediately.
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