I don't quite get the angst:
2018: Bohm, a little early to get excited, wouldn't you say, Vierling (5th) could be the find
2017: Haseley, hasn't emerged, hasn't flopped, call me in July, Howard at #45 could be a steal
2016: Moniak, 1.037 OPS, that's not good enough? 21 in May in AA, he's filled out, let's see how it plays out, Romero will need a few months to build arm strength and regain mechanics,
2015: Randolph, whiff, Kingery has to show he can hit ML pitching, definitely a below par draft
2014: Nola, Hoskins, that's as good as it gets, folks.
If you get ONE solid starter and a couple backups/RPs, that's a successful draft
If you get TWO solid starters, that's a good draft
If you get Nola and Hoskins, that's a great draft.
I'm actually more concerned that all the mid-level LA bonuses babies like Brito, Guzman, etc seem to suck, you're supposed to hit on some of them.