Don't forget young Astros sluggers A.J. Reed, Tyler White

A.J. Reed didn't start strong as a big leaguer, but there's still plenty of talent in the young Houston slugger. Brian Rothmuller/Icon Sportswire

Houston Astros first baseman A.J. Reed led the minor leagues in home runs this season, bashing 34 of them for Triple-A Fresno, and he came within a few walks of leading the Pacific Coast League in that key category as well. Reed, a lefty slugger that has moved quickly through the Astros organization since being a second-round pick in the 2014 amateur draft, was ticketed as a fantasy star in 2016, but he swung and missed a lot and things didn’t work out. Things did work out in Triple-A again, though, as Reed raised his already proficient walk rate.