Top 50 Prospects from 2010: Where Are They Now?

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47.Phillippe Aumont

Phillippe Aumont, RHP, Philadelphia Phillies – Phillippe Aumont pitched in parts of four major-league seasons. Between 2012 and 2013 he pitched in 40 games for the Phillies and posted a respectable 3.97 ERA in 34.0 innings. The wheels came off in 2014 and 2015 when he registered an unfortunate 16.76 ERA across 9.2 innings. Yes, in 9.2 innings he gave up 18 earned runs, walking 12 batters and allowing 19 hits.

46. Michael Brantley

Michael Brantley, OF, Cleveland Indians – Brantley is the first player on this list that is still under contract with a major-league franchise. Not only is he under contract, but he’s also coming off three consecutive All-Star appearances. Brantley has accumulated 27.5 rWAR which is the eighth-most in the group. He is the only player in the top 10 in total WAR to be ranked outside of the top 45 prospects of 2010.

45. Jose Iglesias

Jose Iglesias, SS, Boston Red Sox – Iglesias has played in eight seasons and accumulated 10.5 rWAR in his career as a defensive specialist. He’s always been known for his glove but he’s coming off of a very solid offensive season in which he hit .288 with a career-high 11 home runs. He is currently signed to the Baltimore Orioles entering his age-30 season.

44. Jhoulys Chacin

Jhoulys Chacin, RHP, Colorado Rockies – This is the third consecutive player who has put together a very good major-league career. Chacin has racked up 20 wins above replacement in his 11 seasons. Jhoulys Chacin’s best season came in 2013 with the Rockies when he managed a 3.47 ERA despite pitching his home games in Coors Field. He racked up 197.1 innings and won 14 games for the Rockies. ERA+ helps adjust for ballpark adjustments and thus credited Chacin with a phenomenal ERA+ of 129.