3. Sam Huff
|23||6’5||240||Catcher||Right||Right||7th Round 2016 draft by the Texas Rangers||MLB debut in 2020|
Don’t tell Sam Huff that he’s too tall to stick at the catching position. He isn’t having any of that. Huff only needed a few games to start heating up during his first taste in the big leagues. Huff isn’t likely to start the season in Arlington but has cemented his spot in the top few spots on our list. In his debut season he slashed a line of .355/.394/.742/1.136 in 10 games with 3 home runs and 4 RBI. It’s definitely a small sample size but he was impressive. Huff is the catcher of the future for the Rangers but Trevino will still have his say. He’ll likely start the 2021 season in Frisco.
Huff’s 1st Bowman auto: the cheapest I saw was a sapphire for $124.99. The others range from $250 – $500 so be ready to pay a small fortune.