I'm not sure how much value there is here. Law has the Pirates taking Danny Hultzen in this one (Cole last week). This quote is a beauty:
"...[U]nder Neal Huntington the Pirates have long considered value relative to cost in their drafts, sometimes preferring to spend less in the first round when they see opportunities to spend their savings on other appealing prospects in later rounds."
Huntington and his staff have conducted three drafts and did that once, with the pick of Tony Sanchez. "Long considered" is pretty funny, if you ask me.
While that won't, in my opinion, be the reason they take Hultzen, it is certainly possible they do take him. But I doubt it.
Law goes on to lay out the draft. He calls Arizona's pick at No. 3 "wide open." For Baltimore at No. 4 he lists three possibilities. Not that I expect Law to have all the answers, but he paints with a very broad brush here.