2014 Outlook: Despite losing the job to Josh Phegley late last season, Flowers is the leading candidate to be the White Sox's opening-day catcher. He's got some pop but a horrendous contact rate puts your batting average, and his job, in jeopardy.
2014 Outlook: After four disappointing seasons to begin his pro career, Phegley broke out in Triple-A Charlotte early last year, batting .316/.368/.597 with 15 home runs in 61 games, earning a chance to capture the starting-catcher gig in Chicago. He'll have to earn his playing time again in 2014, and if he does his history of low walk rates threatens to harm his batting average and make him susceptible to streaks. Phegley has enough power potential to be a viable No. 2 option in AL-only formats, partly thanks to his hitter-friendly home ballpark, but don't mistake his ceiling for that of a potential All-Star.