Top 50 Prospects from 2010: Where Are They Now?

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43. Mike Montgomery

Mike Montgomery, LHP, Kansas City Royals – Montgomery didn’t make his major league debut until 2015 with the Mariners. His first full season came in 2016 when he played for both the Mariners and the Cubs. He compiled 100.0 innings pitched and a sparking 2.52 ERA. The mid-season trade was a stroke of luck for Montgomery. He started five games for the Cubs and appeared in relief in 12 more. He finished with a solid 2.82 ERA for the Cubbies. The Cubs would make it to the World Series that season and in a crucial moment in Game 7, they turned to Mike Montgomery. There was a runner at first and two outs and the Cubs were nursing a one-run lead. Montgomery earned his first career save and finished off the 108-year World Series drought for the Cubs. Montgomery currently boasts a career 3.83 ERA and is set to begin his second season in a Royals uniform.

42. Jacob Turner

Jacob Turner, RHP, Detroit Tigers – Turner’s best season came in 2013 when he made 20 starts for the Miami Marlins and registered a 3.74 ERA. His career ERA stands at a hefty 5.37. he pitched his last game in 2018 with the Detroit Tigers. He started the game and finished one inning, giving up five runs.

41. Aaron Crow

Aaron Crow, RHP, Kansas City Royals – Aaron Crow has an All-Star appearance to his name. His All-Star season of 2011 was his first full season in the big leagues. He sizzled with a 2.76 ERA in 62.0 innings pitched. It was during that 2011 season he was named the closer of the Royals. He took over for a struggling Joakim Soria, only to lose the job back to Soria without getting a save opportunity. Crow would go on to earn six saves in his career. His worst season saw a 4.12 ERA in 2014, which would also be his last. Aaron had a very solid four years in the majors. His final ERA ended at 3.43 with a phenomenal career ERA+ of 120.