Well ladies and gentlemen, the 2010 Major League season has reached its very own Final Four in the form of the two League Championship Series.
The American League will pit the defending champion New York Yankees against the first-time winners Texas Rangers, while the National League will feature the back-to-back National League champion Philadelphia Phillies against the upstart San Francisco Giants.
While the ALCS promises to display power with the slugging offenses of the Rangers and the start studded Yankees, the NLCS plans on displaying the so called "arms race," featuring the top two starting rotations that baseball has to offer.
While arguments are made between the better coaching staffs, the GMs, and the chemistry of the team factoring into the success of a ballclub, ultimately it boils down to the strength of the players on each team.
From the highly paid studs such as Alex Rodriguez to the rookie sensation Buster Posey, each team will have to properly showcase their power players in order to have a chance at the World Series.
With that said, let's take a look at the top 25 players that will grace the American and National League Championship Series.