14. Kansas City Royals: Trevor Rogers, LHP, Carlsbad (N.M.) High

The 6'6" Rogers, who's already 19 years old, has been getting comparisons to Andrew Miller. That's partly due to his long, loose arm and low three-quarters arm slot, and it doesn't hurt that he can pump his fastball into the mid-90s (though it typically sits 89-92). His secondary stuff isn't as impressive yet, but his slider has swing-and-miss potential, and his changeup should develop into an average pitch. 

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