Bichette slashed a ridiculous .372/.427/.591 with 14 home runs, 74 RBI, 88 runs and 22 stolen bases through 110 combined games at Low-A Lansing and High-A Dunedin.

Bichette has quietly produced numbers more impressive than Toronto's highly-touted top prospect, Vlad Guerrero. Both the aforementioned teenagers are sons of former MLB All-Stars, and both played up to the hype in 2017. Selected in the second round of the 2016 draft, Bichette -- a six-foot, 200 pound shortstop -- owns a stellar .372 batting average, and 1.018 OPS through his first two professional seasons. He's proven to be an all-around beast on offense, and Bichette shouldn't make it past 2018 dynasty drafts without being rostered.

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