Paul DeJong surprised the Cardinals with his ability to play shortstop.
Dylan Cease has dominated in his first year with the kid gloves off.
Nick Senzel led the Florida State League in doubles before his promotion.
Nick Neidert now misses more bats but still maintains strong control.
The Padres expect Luis Urias to struggle at some point, but it hasn't happened.
Jahmai Jones' high level of aptitude helped him overcome a slow start.
James Nelson shows feel to hit and a consistent swing path.
Nick Gordon hit more homers in 2017 than he did in his first three seasons.
Beau Burrows dominates with his fastball. Now he's learning the finer points.
Francisco Mejia broke out in 2016, but he's been even better this year.
Yanio Perez has power and the versatility to play all four corner positions.
Austin Hays' defense will buy him time to develop his bat.
Brent Honeywell has shown front-of-the-rotation stuff at Triple-A.
Marcus Wilson excels at waiting for his pitch and attacking it once he gets it.
Khalil Lee had just two plate appearances against a younger pitcher.
A more aggressive approach paid off for Matt Olson at Triple-A.
Brendan Rodgers hit .400 at high Class A Lancaster to earn an early promotion.
Scott Kingery owes his power surge to more than just his home park.
Physical maturity helped Victor Robles shine in the Carolina League.
Derek Fisher made an effort to hit more balls in the air this season.
Brett Phillips shines even in a star-studded Triple-A outfield.
Yoan Moncada focuses on having the same approach from both sides of the plate.
Bo Bichette this season has sustained numbers that are typically unsustainable.
Chris Shaw thrived at the plate even while switching positions.