Prince Albert has the vision to be your king.
Hanley knows the whole truth about OBP.
The dawn of the Braunian Era is upon us.
Patience is truly a virtue for this polished masher.
The Derby legend is a Triple Crown threat.
The big Phil isn't afraid to swing for the fences.
Tiny Tim makes you think outside the batter's box.
Three letters say it all for Pujols: M-V-P.
Han-Ram has the 30/30 vision to lead your team.
Super-Size is anything but a flip-flopper.
Big Tex is true Mark of everyday consistency.
Reliability is the Wright way to go on draft day.
Albert Pujols, Top Pick '09 winner
2008: .357 AVG, 37 HR, 116 RBIs, 7 SB
Last season's NL MVP is a virtual lock for a .300 batting average, 30 homers and 100 RBIs.
Hanley Ramirez, second place
2008: .301 AVG, 33 HR, 125 R, 35 SB
Hanley is already the game's top five-category threat; just wait until he reaches his prime.
2008: .285 AVG, 37 HR, 106 RBIs, 14 SB
Back-to-back dazzling campaigns have the Brewers phenom thinking NL MVP in Year 3.
2008: .292 AVG, 37 HR, 127 RBIs, 85 R
Fully adjusted to the AL, the sweet-swinging Tiger is on track for a new set of career highs.
2008: .304 AVG, 32 HR, 130 RBIs, 9 SB
The Texas-sized thoroughbred is poised to make another push for the AL Triple Crown.
2008: .251 AVG, 48 HR, 146 RBIs, 105 R
The game's premier slugger has averaged 51 homers and 143 RBIs over the past three years.
2008: 18-5, 2.62 ERA, 1.17 WHIP, 265 Ks
After racking up 18 wins and 265 Ks in '08, Tiny Tim is ready to make another Cy Young run.
2008: .268 AVG, 33 HR, 90 RBIs, 38 SB
Forget about 30/30 -- Cleveland's all-world center fielder could make a run at 40/40.
2008: .308 AVG, 33 HR, 121 RBIs, 102 R
A sixth straight 30-homer, 100-RBI effort is well within reach for the newest Bronx Bomber.
2008: .302 AVG, 33 HR, 124 RBIs, 15 SB
Mr. Wright has topped .300, 30 home runs, 100 RBIs and 100 runs in back-to-back years.