Name: Ken Griffey, Jr.
Drafted: No. 1 overall in 1987 by the Seattle Mariners
Teams: Mariners, Reds, White Sox
Junior. The Kid. The owner of the sweetest swing of all time. The future Hall of Famer is the best number one pick in Major League Baseball history.
Griffey was the 1997 AL MVP. He has also been an All-Star thirteen times, Gold Glover ten times, and Silver Slugger seven times.
He's fifth all-time on the home run list (619). He would undoubtedly have more (and more accolades) had it not been for injuries.
Honorable mentions: Alex Rodriguez, roided up and all, was a twelve-time All-Star, ten-time Silver Slugger, and three-time AL MVP. You can't wrong with Chipper Jones, an NL MVP, six-time All-Star, and reigning batting champion. There's also six-time All-Star Harold Baines, who is one of the greatest designated hitters ever. Don't forget Darryl Strawberry, who was an eight-time All-Star, Rookie of the Year, and four-time World Series champion. Joe Mauer, Adrian Gonzalez, Josh Hamilton, and Justin Upton have some time to make some noise.