50. Avisail Garcia. CHW
TOMMY: Garcia is a 22 year old 5 tool prospect. He might not get as much hype as Taveras or Springer, but the upside isn’t far off
PETER: Possibly the biggest prize of the Peavy-Jose Iglesias deal, the 22-year old showed good power in brief MLB stint
51. Torii Hunter, DET
JIMI: Batting 2nd in Tiger lineup is something to consider.
TOMMY: Hope for 2 more years of an average close to .300 and excellent run production.
52. Oswaldo Arcia, MIN
KEVIN: If he can improve on his contact and K%, he could have more value. That speculation for a 3-year outlook has him this high.
PETER: Another young slugger worth taking a flier on for this power potential
53. Nick Markakis, BAL
TOMMY: Much better real life player than fantasy player.
KEVIN: Always feels like a disappointment, but that’s because we all expected a .300/30/20 season out of him when he first came up. He’s solid but not flashy.
54. Marlon Byrd, PIT
PETER: Insane 0.354 BABIP indicates a correction in average is in line, but still has 20 HR pop and RBI/run potential in Pittsburgh
JIMI: 2013 was a great comeback season. Can he do it again? Could depend on where he plays.
55. Norichika Aoki, MIL
TOMMY: Aoki has solid overall numbers with good speed, but the future is up in the air for this 32 year old OF.
KEVIN: He’s not amazing, but he’s undervalued.
56. Kole Calhoun, ANA
JIM: He will force his way into the lineup one way or another. Sleeper Material.
PAUL: Old for a rookie, but he really had a breakout year even before his promotion. Solid regular at least.
57. Khris Davis, MIL
TOMMY: Davis has nice upside if he has an everyday spot in 2014. He has the power to hit 25+ HRs with a full complement of ABs.
JIMI: Not sure of playing time with Braun coming back?
58. Dexter Fowler, COL
PETER: Solid 10/20 player
JIM: He’s shown us flashes that he can be good, but has never sustained things for long.
59. Byron Buxton, MIN
TOMMY: You could rank him higher and I wouldn’t complain.
PAUL: He’s going to be awesome, but probably not up in 2014
60. Michael Morse, BAL
JIM: Could move to DH or 1B, but solid numbers if he stays in the outfield.
PAUL: It looks like his BB/K rate caught up with him at 31. Streaky power but I’m avoiding.
61. Andre Ethier, LAD
PETER: Is he a 10 or 20 or 30 HR guy, and is there room for him in the Dodger OF?
KEVIN: Most people have now forgotten about his career year in 2009, and that’s a good thing because now he could net some profit at his draft slot.
62. Nick Swisher, CLE
PETER: 9 straight 20+ HR, 60 Run, 60 RBI seasons: Consistent
63. A.J. Pollock, ARI
JIM: All eyes are on Adam Eaton, but Pollock will be the name to know in Arizona.
64. Josh Reddick, OAK
PETER: Injuries slowed him and his average was terrible (0.226) but Reddick has 20+ HR potential
65. Dayan Viciedo, CHW
KEVIN: Young, so there’s chance at growth, but I wouldn’t bet on more than .270 and 20 HR going forward.
JIM: Will slowly turn into a decent fourth outfielder. Baby steps here.
66. Jackie Bradley Jr, BOS
KEVIN: If Ellsbury leaves Boston, look to Bradley for some HR/SB production but not much BA.
JIMI: Boston has high hopes for him. Fantasy value might not come until ’15.
67. Angel Pagan, SF
JIM: Will contribute something in every category but is no more than a fourth outfielder.
PAUL: Leg injuries worrisome, but if healthy he scores 90 and steals 30 still.
68. Carlos Quentin, SD
KEVIN: This never healthy player needs a move to the AL so he can DH.
JIM: He has a good bat but an unhealthy body. Injury Risk.
69. Colby Rasmus, TOR
PETER: Steals are gone but back-to-back 20 HR seasons since heading north of the border
70. Jason Kubel, CLE
JIM: Sits sometimes against lefties but solid numbers when he plays.
KEVIN: Like many on this list, age and health detract from his value.
71. Denard Span, WAS
TOMMY: Span is a solid source of steals and he will not hurt your average. He lacks upside, but he should be a contributor.
72. Marcell Ozuna, MIA
JIMI: Part of young Marlin outfield, he’s on rise.
73. Nick Castellanos, DET
PAUL: Solid prospect should make team in 2014. Power may develop slowly.
74. Charlie Blackmon, COL
PETER: He’s gonna get playing time when Cargo is injured, and hit 32 doubles between AAA/MLB in 2013
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