6. Kris Bryant (23), 7 HR

It’s interesting that, although Kris Bryant hasn’t failed to meet expectations, he hasn’t exceeded expectations like most thought he would.

Still, this guy is the real deal.

Coming in at No. 6, Bryant is the second Chicago Cubs player to be found on this list.

His pure power marvels even the top slugging onlooker. In just 236 career plate appearances during his young MLB career, Bryant has already tallied seven home runs and 35 runs batted in while hitting a pretty poultry .294.

Once 2015 is all said and done, Bryant could easily be a Top 3 guy on this list, even an MVP candidate come 2016.