Diamondbacks' new skipper has a history of competitive intensity, even in fantasy camp.
At only 22 years of age, the Diamondback's prospect makes his fourth appearance on the list since being drafted in 2011. 2015 should see him graduate off the list.
With each passing day, Arizona inches closer to the post-Montero era of Diamondback baseball. Though considered raw and in need of work when he was acquired at the trade deadline last season, Peter O'Brien may be the team's new starting catcher sooner rather than later.
The flame-throwing righty will be joining possibly the best rotation in baseball when he suits up as the new ace of the Washington Nationals in 2015.
Related: Jayson Stark makes the case for why the Nationals could regret the signing, soon even.
The 2003 NL ROY winner has landed yet another opportunity to return to the mound.
The poster-child for Cooperstown exclusion speaks out about the absence of two of baseball's most dominant figures.
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