4. Chris Young, CF – Last season, Young showed that he has the power and speed to be a superstar in the major leagues. Unfortunately, he needs to show that he can hit for average as well. He hit 32 home runs and had 27 stolen bases in 2007, but only hit .237 and struck out 141 times in 148 games. In 491 career games in the minor leagues, Young had a .266 batting average. If he can come close to that number this season and replicate his totals in home runs and stolen bases, then he'll be very helpful to your team.