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2012 MLB Draft Prospects: Breaking Down Top Pitchers in This Year's Class

The 2012 Major League Baseball Draft is loaded with intriguing arms at the top, though almost all of them come with at least one serious question mark. Pitching is always at a premium, so don't be shocked if you see some teams reaching for someone that they feel they can turn into a top-of-the-rotation starter in the near-future. It happened last year, with Seattle surprising everyone by taking Virginia's Danny Hultzen No.
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