Number 25: Zack Wheeler (RHP) NYM
The prize of the Beltran trade to San Fransisco; generally if San Fran drafts a pitcher it is nice to get your hands on him. With a mid 90's fastball and plus complimentary pitches he projects to be a number 2 starter but at such a young age he needs to develop more command but pitching at Citi Field helps his stock too.
Number 24: Jarrod Parker (RHP) OAK
Sent to Oakland in the Cahill trade he is joining a team with a very helpful home park to pitch in. He has three solid pitches and since Tommy John surgery his command has been on par if not better than expectations. At 25 years old he projects to see a decent amount of time in the bigs this season.
Number 23: Danny Hultzen (LHP) SEA
Hultzen has three solid pitches including a mid 90's fastball with good movement. He projects to be a top of the rotation starter and could see major league action as soon as September 2012 depending on how quickly Seattle flounders.
Number 22: Taijaun Walker (RHP) SEA
Walker is a few years away but he will be top 15 next season. He has an electric arm much like the young Josh Beckett had. Seattle's pitching prospects are special eventually their hitting needs to catch up.
Number 21: Brett Jackson (OF) CHIC
Jax definitely has 20/20 potential especially in the hitter's haven that is Wrigley when the wind blows properly. He is an actual center fielder and potentially can hit second or third in a good lineup. May not start season in the bigs but he will be up by the All-Star break.