Like the Pitcher's piece in this series, we will break down the rookies sitting 20-50 in the rankings or the ones that were not talked about in Jim Bowden's Rookie piece due to timing.

Brandon Lowe (2B Rays) - Lowe came up towards the end of last season and, while it started out rough, he turned it around fairly quickly. The second baseman has been known as a hitter his whole time in the Tampa system, but he really broke out in 2018 with a .297/.391/.558 slash line with 22 homers, 76 RBI, 73 runs, and eight steals in 100 games in the minors last year before coming up to the majors for a 43-game stint. He did start out going 0-for-19 in Tampa but then went 30-for-110 with six homers, 25 RBI, 16 runs, and two steals. The .233 average is misleading since the 30-for-110 stretch works out to a .272 average. Throughout the minor league career for the former third-round pick, he has swung a good bat and was never afraid of taking a walk with a career double-digit BB-rate. That...