While most Los Angeles sports fans are still frustrated at the Lakers’ fortunes in last week’s NBA draft lottery, the hometown baseball team has its own draft coming up in less than two weeks.

The 2014 MLB draft is set to begin on June 5, with the Los Angeles Dodgers slated to make a selection at No. 22.

Last year, the team chose right-handed pitcher Chris Anderson out of Jacksonville University with the 18th pick. 

Los Angeles has always been a team that prides itself on pitching. Fifteen of the Dodgers’ last 20 first-round picks have been pitchers, so it would not be surprising to see the trend continue.

Still, that doesn’t mean the Dodgers will have a problem drafting a position player if the right opportunity presents itself.

Based on expert projections and various mock drafts, the following slides take a look at some players the Dodgers are likely to target come next week.

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