Top 50 Prospects from 2010: Where Are They Now?

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37. Chris Carter

Chris Carter, 1B, Oakland Athletics – Chris Carter was good at one thing in the majors, dingers. He led the NL in homers in 2016 with 41, at the same time he led the NL in strikeouts with 206. His career-high in Ks came in 2013 when he punched out 212 times with Houston. His career batting slash sits at .217/.284/.456. Carter ended his career with 158 home runs. Of his 536 career hits, 29.5% were homers.

36. Dee Gordon

Dee Gordon, SS, Los Angeles Dodgers – Surprisingly, Gordon has only been worth a 12.1 rWAR in his nine seasons. He’s been a solid player through his career, earning an All-Star nod, a Gold Glove, and a Silver Slugger award. He finished inside of the top 20 in MVP voting once. Gordon has led all of baseball in steals three times, finishing with 64 in 2014, 58 in 2015, and 60 in 2017. Gordon is currently signed with the Seattle Mariners.

35. Michael Taylor

Michael Taylor, OF, Oakland Athletics – Michael Taylor had some run in the Nationals outfield the past few seasons but has slashed .240/.294/.393. With Juan Soto and Victor Robles setting up shop in 2019, he was limited to just 53 games and 97 plate appearances. Taylor has 77 career steals and 48 homers. He is still under contract with the Nationals where he is slated to serve as the backup centerfielder in 2020.

34. Julio Teheran

Julio Teheran, RHP, Atlanta Braves – Teheran put together a streak of six consecutive Opening Day starts, tying Warren Spahn for the most in Braves’ history. Julio is one of the few that has a career rWAR over 20. Teheran has a career ERA of 3.67 and is set to begin his first season outside of the Braves’ organization. He will be a key starter for the Los Angeles Angels in 2020.