Top 50 Prospects from 2010: Where Are They Now?

Buster Posey, Madison Bumgarner (Photo by Jennifer Stewart/Getty Images)
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40. Drew Storen

Drew Storen, RHP, Washington Nationals – Storen had a very successful career with 99 career saves, including a 43 save season in 2011 at age 23 with the Nationals. He required Tommy John surgery toward the end of 2017 and missed all of the 2018 season in recovery. He is currently a non-roster invitee with the Philadelphia Phillies this spring.

39. Tanner Scheppers

Tanner Scheppers, RHP, Texas Rangers – Following up his 1.88 ERA over 76.2 innings in 2013, Scheppers was named the Opening Day starter for the 2014 Rangers. He hit the DL after four starts that year. Injuries marred his 2015 season as well, preventing him from pitching in the final two months. Torn knee cartilage kept him out most of 2016. Scheppers promising career was derailed by injuries. He only pitched in 183 major-league innings across six seasons.

38. Austin Jackson

Austin Jackson, OF, Detroit Tigers  – Jackson is just the second player on this list to reach the 20 rWAR total. Jackson finished his career with 22.1 rWAR or 2.46 WAR per season. Early in his career, he displayed a power-speed combo as he hit double-digit homers in three of his first four seasons while exceeding 20 steals twice. Jackson scored 103 runs in his rookie season of 2010, but also led the American League in strikeouts with 170. He led the league in triples in 2011 and 2012, combining for 21 three-baggers. Jackson finished second in Rookie of the Year voting in 2010, finishing second behind another player on this list.