Top 50 Prospects from 2010: Where Are They Now?

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33. Wil Myers

Wil Myers, C, Kansas City Royals – Wil Myers would become one of the most highly-touted prospects in the game. He was ranked as high as the fourth-best prospect prior to the 2013 season. He lived up to the lofty expectations by crushing 13 homers and driving in 53 runs in just 88 games. He slashed .293/.354/.478 for the Rays on his way to the AL Rookie of the Year Award. Myers has had a solid career thus far, registering an OPS+ above 100 in five of his seven seasons. He is currently a member of the San Diego Padres.

32. Mike Moustakas

Mike Moustakas, 3B, Kansas City Royals – Despite only winning 67 games in 2010, the Royals had a reason for optimism in the minors. Mike Moustakas represented the highest-rated prospect in their system at the time. The former first-rounder would break into the big leagues in 2011 and earn his first All-Star appearance in 2015. He helped lead the Royals to two consecutive World Series appearances in 2014 and 2015. He won a championship with the Royals in 2015 when they defeated the Mets in five games. Moose was traded to the Brewers during the 2018 season and blasted 35 homers with them last year. This offseason, he signed a four-year, $64 million deal with the Reds.

31. Jason Castro

Jason Castro, C, Houston Astros – Jason Castro has accumulated a total of 12 rWAR in his nine big-league seasons. He spent six years with the Astros and the past three with the Minnesota Twins. This offseason he signed a one-year deal with the Angels.