They are the Swiss army knives of baseball—the multi-tool players.
Whether it's hitting for average and power, causing havoc on the basepaths with their legs or shutting down the opposition when they flash their gloves and unleash their throwing arms, these players can seemingly do it all.
These are the players that teams dream about being able to plug into their lineups—the players that general mangers around the game build their teams around.
For some, they hit the ground running, flashing all of their tools from the instant that they made their major league debuts. For others, it took a few years before they figured out how to maximize their considerable natural talents, leading some to question if they were as good as advertised.
But there's no question now that these 10 players are the best multi-tool players that MLB has to offer.
Let's take a look at who made the cut.
*Unless otherwise noted, all statistics courtesy of Baseball-Reference.com.