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Hopefully you didn't forget about Jays slugger Jose Bautista.
11. Jose Bautista, OF, Toronto Blue Jays—Remember Bautista? You know the guy who hit a combined 97 home runs in 2010 and 2011. He played in just 92 games last season, but he still belted 27 homers. The average won't be close to .300 again, but he's still good for .260 with 40 home runs.
12. Justin Verlander, SP, Detroit Tigers—Some people don't like taking a pitcher early, but at season's end, Verlander will prove that he deserves to be a first-rounder. He is the equivalent to Trout or Braun in the pitchers' realm. He'll help you in every single pitching category except saves.
13. Stephen Strasburg, SP, Washington Nationals—Strasburg finished in the top 70 of last year's rankings, and he only pitched 159.1 innings. Now, with a full slate of starts ahead of him, Strasburg will be even more of a force. He'll rank near the top of wins, ERA and strikeouts.
14. Buster Posey, C/1B, San Francisco Giants—For catchers, it's essentially Posey and then everybody else. He possesses the rare contact and power abilities, especially at the catcher position. He hit 17 points higher and 14 more home runs than Joe Mauer last season.
15. Carlos Gonzalez, OF, Colorado Rockies—It's the CarGo conundrum. He has the talent to go higher, but he's an injury risk. When he played 145 games in 2010, he put up MVP numbers, but over the last two seasons, he's missed an average of 31 games. At this point, you can't expect him to stay healthy, but he's still a threat to hit .300 with 25 homers and 20 steals.