9 Spring Training Phenoms We Should Officially Believe In

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9 Spring Training Phenoms We Should Officially Believe In
If spring training is any indication, Julio Teheran, 22, will be an integral member of the Atlanta Braves. Christopher Pasatieri/Getty Images

With outstanding spring training performances, MLB veterans and prospects alike make us believe that they'll thrive in 2013. The following phenoms have adjusted to adversity, and their gaudy stats reflect that.

The listed players with prior major league experience either underachieved last season or simply didn't receive many opportunities. For various reasons, we expect them to be more valuable and/or more involved in 2013.

Also, you'll see other individuals very early in their professional careers who have made convincing cases for inclusion on active rosters.

Some preseason results should be taken lightly, but these nine guys seem completely legitimate.

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