Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Blue Jays

While Guerrero Jr. probably didn’t quite reach the absurd heights expected of him after he made his big league debut on April 29, he still was an above-average performer at the plate with a .272 average, 15 homers, and 26 doubles. Not turning 21 on March 16, some incremental improvement is to be expected, hopefully in the field as well since the defensive metrics weren’t fond of him at all last year.