5. Freddie Freeman (Atlanta Braves)
Freddie Freeman had his breakout year his rookie year in 2011 where he finished second in ROY voting behind only his teammate, Craig Kimbrel, who was voted the ROY unanimously. Freeman was one of only four player in the MLB to play all 162 games in 2014, and that is just one example of his excellent consistency. He has hit at least 18 HR in each of his four years (with three over 20), at least 76 RBI (two over 90), and better than a .280 BA in three of those four years. It’s hard to tell right now just which direction the Braves are going, but either way, you can believe that Freeman will be at the forefront of it all.