#25: David Price, LHP, Tampa Bay: 0.2 WAR The adjustment from bullpen playoff hero to front of the rotation starter has been rougher than planned, as Price's command has been miserable this season, but he's still showed ace-in-the-making stuff. Once he gets a little more confidence in his change-up, watch out. The major league contract he signed as the top pick in the draft makes him more expensive than most pitchers with his service time level, but he's still a remarkably big bargain, and he won't be eligible for free agency until after 2015. #21: B.J. Upton, CF, Tampa Bay: 1.8 WAR Pretty soon, we might just have to label Upton a tease. He has all the skills, and after a dominating October, he looked poised for a huge year. Instead, he's regressed a bit, and at 25-years-old, we're still waiting for him to put it all together. Even with the .239 batting average, he does enough other things (especially on defense) to be valuable, but he could be so much more than the +4 win player that he is now. With arbitration coming this winter, and the Rays depth of outfield talent, it will be interesting to see how patient Tampa is with him.Two more Rays ranked.