Someday, it might be remembered as one of the best rookies classes in the history of the National League, a class with at least one dominant starting pitcher, a catcher who can hit cleanup, a 20-year-old shortstop who might be an All-Star by the age of 21 and two 20-year-old, highly athletic outfielders who hit a baseball as hard and as far as almost anyone in the game.
Here's our NL All-Rookie Team. The backups at some positions are nearly as good as the starters:
C: Buster ...
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