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91. Josh Willingham, Minnesota Twins OF
92. Chris Perez, Cleveland Indians RP
93. Colby Lewis, Texas Rangers SP
94. Brandon Morrow, Toronto Blue Jays SP
95. Justin Masterson, Cleveland Indians SP
96. Brandon McCarthy, Oakland Athletics SP
97. Jeff Francoeur, Kansas City Royals OF
98. Scott Baker, Minnesota Twins SP
99. Colby Rasmus, Toronto Blue Jays OF
100. Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels OF
I'm aware that his recent history doesn't provide much ammunition for this claim, but I believe in Colby Rasmus.
He has plenty of power and he's beginning his first full season in the sixth-best home run park in baseball, according to ESPN's 2011 park factors. He's going to strike out a bunch, but he's also going to take a good amount of walks.
He's a perfect fit on the Blue Jays, who should henceforth be known as "Team Three True Outcomes." In 2011, Toronto was the only team in the AL to finish in the top five in home runs, walks and strikeouts. Why don't they just complete the puzzle and sign Adam Dunn already?
While we're on the subject of the Blue Jays, I love Brandon Morrow here.
Inducing swings and misses is one of the most difficult and important skills for a starting pitcher to master, and Morrow does it better than most. One of these years, the rest of his numbers are going to catch up.