20. Trevor Story — Colorado Rockies
One of baseball’s best young shortstops, Trevor Story’s 2019 season was a near duplicate of his ’18 campaign. Although he appeared in 12 fewer games, Story still managed to hit 35 homers (37 in ’18) and recorded 173 hits (174 in ’18). He increased his batting average, OBP and OPS. While his numbers were similar across the board, Story drew 11 more walks and scored 23 more runs in his fourth season. If Story can stay healthy, it will be interesting to see if he can take his game to an even higher level. If he does, the rest of the National League will be scared.
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