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MLB Top 100 names you need to know before 2020 season

We begin our march toward opening day with USA TODAY’s 100 Names You Need to Know, our annual look of emerging major league talent, topped by the son of a former major league All-Star for the second consecutive year.

They’re not necessarily the top prospects but players you’ll get to know quite well this season. Our list stipulates that players must have had more innings (for pitchers) or plate appearances (for hitters) in the minor leagues during 2019 than they have accumulated during all of their major league playing time. Players are ranked in order of their anticipated impact this season.

Player capsules written by Scott Boeck, Stephen Borelli, Chris Bumbaca, Steve Gardner, Gabe Lacques and Jesse Yomtov.

Toronto's Bo Bichette had a .930 OPS in 196 at-bats last season.

1. SS Bo Bichette, Blue Jays: Starting last season in the minors alongside fellow phenom Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Bichette, now 21, had to wait longer for a call-up than his pal. He became the first player in MLB history to double in nine consecutive games and batted .311 with 11 homers over 46 contests. Bichette won’t be eligible for the Rookie of the Year honors during his age-22 season, but he’ll look to keep his star shining in 2020.

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