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1. Manny Machado. R/R. 6-3. 185. 3B. Age: 20. Orioles. Maybe the most promising young hitter in the game, Machado already hit a solid .262 last season, and had seven home runs while in the majors. Additionally, he gave the Orioles a solid third base presence during their post-season run. Although, Machado has a lot of experience to gain, I would expect a big season out of him, as his power potential is something the Orioles and their fans are drooling over.
2. Matt Harvey. SP. R/R. 6-4. 215. Age: 24. Mets. His debut in New York was extremely strong as he struck out eleven batters in just 5 innings of work. He continued to pitch solid for the Mets finishing with a 3-5 record and a 2.73 ERA last season. Harvey has the makings of a solid eventual number one starter with a confusing lanky athletic frame and an electric fastball.
3. Dylan Bundy. SP. B/R. 6-1. 200. Age: 20. Orioles. Although, his appearance is not overly intimidating, Bundy has a great feel for pitching and a high at...
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