29. Jake Lamb, Arizona Diamondbacks
If Lamb can find a way to stay healthy, he could be in for a strong season. In 2016 and ’17, Lamb combined for 59 homers and nearly 200 RBIs. In the two years since, injuries have limited him to 134 games with 12 home runs and 61 RBIs overall. When feeling good, Lamb has shown the potential to be an offensive force — especially against right-handed pitching. With the DH arriving to the NL, Lamb has a chance to prove that again.
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