Top 50 Prospects from 2010: Where Are They Now?

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50. Jaff Decker

Jaff Decker, OF, San Diego – Dacker played in parts of five major league season and posted a -1.6 rWAR in his career. He was a former first-round pick by the Padres in 2008. He struggled with batting average and injuries while showing nice power potential. His first major-league hit came in the form of a solo homer on Aug. 26, 2013. He would spend time with five other organizations before being released the last time in July of 2018 by the Nationals.

49. Ethan Martin

Ethan Martin, RHP, Los Angeles Dodgers – Martin only played in 17 major league games. He posted a 6.08 ERA in 15 games in 2013 with the Phillies and saw only four more innings in the majors the following season. He ended his career with a -0.5 rWAR and a 5.93 ERA. Not quite what the Dodgers were hoping for out of the 49th best prospect in the game.

48. Juan Francisco

Juan Francisco, 3B, CIN – Francisco was named the Minor League Player of the Year two seasons in a row. The consecutive awards were just a couple among many accolades he earned as an up-and-coming power hitter in the Reds’ system. The year following these rankings, Francisco would make the big-league club out of spring training and would be traded to the Atlanta Braves prior to the 2012 season. His best opportunity came at the beginning of 2013 as he appeared to be the replacement for Braves’ legendary (and recently retired) third baseman, Chipper Jones. Francisco would ultimately lose the job to the red-hot Chris Johnson and was designated for assignment at the end of May. Francisco would bounce around between teams in the Major Leagues, Mexican Leagues, and a stop in Japan. Francisco is the first player on the list to finish his career with a positive rWAR at 0.9.