Every year, every team in baseball brings up new players from their minor league system who attempt to make an impact at the big-league level. Sometimes it works, most times it does not. Coming off a season like 2015, a season of rookies for the ages, a lot will be expected of any player that is called up to the bigs this year. There may never be another season quite like 2015 in terms of rookie production, but 2016 should be another above average year for the rookie class.
For this list, I narrowed down to players that have yet to see any playing time in Major League Baseball at all. Corey Seager, Byron Buxton, Trea Turner and others are all still considered rookies, but they have already had a decent taste of the big leagues. On top of that, this list is narrowed to those players who may have the biggest impact on their respective teams, and the league as a whole, in the coming season.
Without further ado, here are the ten prospects to watch for the 2016 season.