A Larry Doby Award winning player whose name appears on the chart in gray has not yet made it to the Major League level.
The first Futures Game MVP Award winner was Alfonso Soriano - he hit two home runs and drove in five runs during the Futures Game - who was widely considered the best shortstop in the minor leagues. Standing in his way to the majors was an All-Star shortstop, but Soriano had confidence as illustrated by these USA Today comments, "I know Derek Jeter is there, and I might have to play second base. I think I can be a superstar."
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