Alex Bregman was drafted second overall in 2015 it did not take him long to reach the Major Leagues as he reached the highest level in 2016. The Infielder had 158 Hits in the Astros’ World Series Championship season in 2017 and he had an even better 2018 with a league leading 51 Doubles with 31 Home Runs and 103 Runs Batted In.
How do you top that? You go from 5th place in MVP voting to 2nd, which is how his 2019 went. Bregman had 41 Home Runs, 112 RBIs, and would lead the AL in Walks (119). Pair that with an All-Star, Silver Slugger, Pennant and a Slash Line of .296/.423/.592, and you have a damned good season. Considering his youth and that he is still a Houston Astro, there is a lot of reason to think that this ranking will not only rise but will skyrocket.