And your 2014 MLB draft order is ...

By Dayn Perry | Baseball Writer

You're the worst team in baseball, 2013 Astros. Now for your handsome reward. (USATSI)
You're the worst team in baseball, 2013 Astros. Now for your handsome reward. (USATSI)

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With the regular season over save for that pesky Rays-Rangers tiebreaker, we have our tentative draft order for 2014. Here's a look ...

1. Astros (2013 record: 51-111)
2. Marlins (62-100)
3. White Sox (63-99)
4. Cubs (66-96)
5. Twins (66-96)
6. Mariners (71-91)
7. Phillies (73-89)
8. Rockies (74-88)
9. Blue Jays (74-88)
10. Mets (74-88)
11. Blue Jays (for failure to sign 10th overall pick in 2013)
12. Brewers (74-88)
13. Padres (76-86)
14. Giants (76-86)
15. Angels (78-84)
16. Diamondbacks (81-81)
17. Orioles (85-77)
18. Yankees (85-77)
19. Royals (86-76)
20. Nationals (86-76)
21. Reds (90-72)
22. Rays (91-71)
23. Rangers (91-71)
24. Indians (92-70)
25. Dodgers (92-70)
26. Tigers (93-69)
27. Pirates (94-68)
28. Athletics (96-66)
29. Braves (96-66)
30. Red Sox (97-65)
31. Cardinals (97-65)

The Astros roughly a week ago claimed the top overall pick for the third straight year. It will also be a big draft for the Blue Jays, who have two of the first 11 picks.

By way of reminder, the first 10 picks of the draft are "protected," in that those teams can sign a free agent who refused a qualifying offer from his former team and not sacrifice their first round pick. Teams outside the top 10 who sign such free agents do forfeit their first-round selection.

(Wink of CBS eye: ESPN New York)

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