4. Cavan Biggio, 2B/OF
Selected by the Blue Jays in the 2016 MLB Draft, Biggio has been a popular breakout candidate pick for some time now.
For the majority of his baseball career, Biggio – the son of Astros Hall of Famer Craig Biggio – has played with the New Hampshire Fisher Cats, putting up an impressive 26 home runs and 99 RBI to go with 20 stolen bases.
His spot with the Blue Jays depends on the health of the rest of the infield – Toronto has a wealth of talent via Lourdes Gurriel Jr. and Richard Urena, who have both occupied that second base spot so far (starting second baseman Devon Travis has found himself on the disabled list once again to begin the season). If either Gurriel Jr. or Urena miss time due to an injury of their own, then Biggio could hear his name called up to the big leagues in 2019.