Hope I'm wrong, but I found this to be a disappointing draft. We do pitching well. We didn't spend any real draft capital on pitching. With no second-round pick (surrendered for a floundering, older OF, natch) we use all 3 of what are typically our high $ picks (#1, #3, #11) on OFs, the position we do least well at developing. 6 of first 14 picks are OFs. I admit to not knowing quite what to make of Crawford, but beyond him... yuck! Since our development team can produce pitching, we should give them more young pitchers to work with. It's one thing to be happy with their high minors pitching pipeline, but that pipeline needs to be continuous.
We've invested heavily in FA OFs. Even if one DHs, a CF is our only opening for a starting OF in the next 3 seasons. Rojas is our best minor league OF, he's a CF, and at age 21 in Reading, he could hold down CF in Philly for the next 7 years.