Twins 3B Miguel Sano (Photo Credit: Baseball America)
No. 9: 3B Miguel Sano, Minnesota Twins
The 19-year-old Sano was among the youngest players in full-season Single-A ball last year, and he more than held his own with a .258/.373/.521 slash line and 28 home runs in 457 at-bats.
No. 10: CF Byron Buxton, Minnesota Twins
Viewed by many as the top overall talent in last year's draft, Buxton was taken with the No. 2 overall pick. He signed in time to play 48 games in the rookie league, hitting .248/.344/.448 in 165 at-bats with five home runs and 11 steals.
No. 13: SS Carlos Correa, Houston Astros
Taken one spot ahead of Buxton with the No. 1 overall pick by the rebuilding Astros, Correa's raw tools have drawn comparisons to Alex Rodriguez, and he'll likely be brought along slowly in Houston.
No. 24: SP Kyle Zimmer, Kansas City Royals
Relatively new to pitching, compared to most college arms who go in the first round, Zimmer is surprisingly polished and could move quickly after being taken with the No. 5 overall pick last June. He had a 2.04 ERA and 42 strikeouts in 39.2 innings after signing.