Everyone wants to draft the big power hitter on draft day. I know I do. It is no secret that the top power hitters-the 30-100 hitters-will be in demand on draft day. Here are the members of the 30-100 Club from 2009. I added a column to indicate whether I think they can remain a member of the 30-100 Club in 2010.
As you can see from this table, the members of the 30-100 Club also score alot of runs, and a few even swipe a few bags for you-Albert Pujols, Ryan Braun, Mark Reynolds and Alex Rodriguez. I am in the camp that says that Derrek Lee and Aaron Hill will not duplicate their 30-100 seasons in 2010. Jason Bay is a slightly different story, as we don't know how he will hit at Citifield, and he could go all David Wright on us in 2010.
Here are a few names who could join the 30-100 Club in 2010:
I may be the biggest Matt Kemp fan, but his stock is rising. Hanley Ramirez had a disappointing 2009 season in the HR category, but he could easily hit 30 in 2010. The same goes for Carlos Lee and Matt Holliday, as both disappointed.
The rest of the list were all on the cusp of going 30-100 in 2010 and are very good candidates to go 30-100 in 2010.