If the rankings were based on last year, Urshela would be higher. His season literally came out of nowhere though, as entering 2019, the 28-year-old had 499 career plate appearances in the big leagues with a lowly .589 OPS. Forced into action due to injured players on the Yankees, he flourished in 2019 hitting .314 with 21 homers and 34 doubles. Whether he can repeat that success remains to be seen.
⚾️⚾️⚾️⚾️— Gio Urshela (@Urshela10) February 3, 2020