98. Evan Longoria
Bonafides From 2002-2012: 3x All-Star, 2x Golden Glove Winner, 2008 AL ROY
We remember when this dude was first coming into the league. He was all the fantasy buzz, convincing kids like us to draft him in the first five rounds without even seeing him at the plate once. It was basically obligatory for everybody to make the all-too-obvious joke about how his name was spelled so closely to the hottest desperate housewife on ABC's hit drama. It didn't take long for him to create his own brand, though, blasting 27 home runs and 85 RBIs to win Rookie of the Year honors in 2008. Since then, he's driven in at least 99 runs each year, making the Tampa Bay Rays a perennial problem in the AL East. He might just be the man with most potential on this list.