Michael Wacha and Johnny Peralta are the first two Cardinals to make the list. Check out where the rank.

70- Zach Britton-CL Baltimore Orioles
The Orioles closer has been dominate in the last couple of years. He has the ability to throw in the upper 90s from the left side. Britton has been consistent in the back end of the bullpen. He has 73 saves in the last two season holding an ERA below 2 both years.

69- Prince Fielder-1B Detroit Tigers
Fielder had a big comeback season after a injury plagued 2014. Fielder is a unique hitter who can hit for average and power. Fielder is a liability in the field and on the bases but he consistently hits extra base hits so its not a huge disadvantage.

68- Johnny Cueto– SP San Francisco Giants
Cueto signed with the San Francisco Giants this offseason after an impressive postseason run with the Kansas City Royals. Cueto was crucial in the playoffs last season dominating in almost all of his starts. Cueto has trouble keeping his composure on the road in hostile environments so his managers tend to have him pitch at home.

67- Jason Kipnis-2B Cleveland Indians
Kipnis is coming off the best season of his life with a .303 batting average along with 7 triples. At the age of 28, Kipnis is currently hitting his prime and will only get better with age.

66- Fransico Lindor -SS Cleveland Indians
Last years AL rookie of the year runner up comes at 66 on our list. He hit an impressive .313 with 12 home runs in only 99 games. He played extremely well defensively and has tremendous range. Lindor is the future of the Indians organization and will only be getting better.

65- Kenley Jansen-CL Los Angeles Dodgers
The Dodgers closer is coming off another impressive season. Jansen has been dominate closing games with 142 saves in 4 seasons. More impressively is Jansen’s ability to strikeout batters. In his career he has struck out 528 batters in only 340 innings.

64- Chris Davis-1B Baltimore Orioles
Chris Davis is coming off another impressive season with a league leading 47 homeruns. Davis has a natural ability to hit the ball out of the park. His backfall is his tendency to strike out. Last season he also had a league high with 208 strikeouts.

63- Michael Wacha-SP St. Louis Cardinals
When Albert Pujols left for the Angeles, the Cardinals drafted Wacha as their compensation pick. Wacha has continued to impress winning 17 games last season earning him a spot in the all star game. The young Wacha has already turned heads but will only improve during the next few seasons.

62- Jhonny Peralta-SS St. Louis Cardinals
Ever since Peralta was suspended for PED in 2013 he has wanted to prove himself. There were many questions whether he could be the same player without PEDS and he has proven himself. Since 2013 Peralta has hit .270 with 38 homeruns. Peralta is solid defensively and controls the Cardinals infield very well.

61- Carlos Gomez-OF Houston Astros
Last season Cargo was traded to the Houston Astros at the trade deadline to help them in their playoff push. The 30 year old Center fielder did not play well down the stretch but is still an elite player. A full year on a winning team will help Gomez get back to his all star years.