10. Vladimir Guerrero Jr.- Toronto Blue Jays
2018 Stats- 95 games .381/.437/.636 20 homers 78 RBI at four minor league levels
2019 Steamer- 124 games .306/.368/.511 22 homers 78 RBI
Talk about the ultimate draft and stash option for your fantasy baseball team in 2019. Yes, the Toronto Blue Jays will say he has to go work on his defense after spring training. Yes, he’ll stay in AAA for a couple of weeks. Before May 1, the 19 year old will be manning the hot corner or at least some spot in the Toronto Blue Jays lineup and mashing.
He’s probably the favorite right now for the AL Rookie of the Year and is someone that gives you the stop and must watch at-bat if you have the MLB package or watching MLB Tonight during the season.
It wouldn’t shock me if in 2020 you see him much, much higher on this list as he impales his way through the major leagues in 2019. Any scouting report you read will get you excited to watch him. If you draft him, you do need someone to keep the seat warm for the first couple of weeks, however, you should reap the rewards for the rest of the season. Like with any rookie, there could be a learning curve, but I don’t think it will be that steep for him.