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Where They Would Have Ranked

Known for keeping our Top 50 rankings just to players still in the minor leagues, we now offer up where players with big league service time, but still technically rookies, would have ranked.

C, Jesus Montero - The subject of much scrutiny in the first half of the Triple-A season, the slugger once again put minds at ease in the second half by finishing his minor league season hitting a solid .288 with 18 home runs in just 420 at-bats. Everyone then saw what he could do at the big league level. He's in line to get some backup catching duty and/or time at designated hitter for the...

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