- Yovani Fuentes (PIT)
This is simple…he’s a once in a lifetime player. Doesn’t strike out, has great power, dominates RHP, drives the ball well against LHP, and walks a lot. Ridiculously good, he’s by far the best offensive player in MLB.
- Hipolito Iglesias (COL)
Iglesias drives the ball really well while having good power. He’s got a really good eye. He does an average job of avoiding strikeouts.
- Theo Mathews (LA)
Makes good contact with good power. He drives the ball well. His eye is what sets him apart from most people.