I mentioned earlier that there was a high level of turnover in the Top 30 this year and I was serious. Only 14 players carried over from the 2015 edition to the 2016, with 16 new guys joining them to complete the list. What happened to those other 16 players from last year? Good question. Some of them have moved into regular roles with the Major League club, some of them were parts of this offseason’s trade activity, and some of them just fell off because they were injured and unable to play. Before we fully dive into the 2016 list, let’s take a quick look back at those players from last year who have moved on.
Luis Severino– RHSP, 2015 Rank: 2nd
He was almost at the top of the class to start the 2015 season, and Severino definitely graduated at the top when it was over. … Click here to read the rest