You can make the argument that baseball’s rookie class of 2010 is the best ever.

It boasts arguably the best pitching prospect ever in Stephen Strasburg, who would be a shoe-in for the ROY award if he wasn’t on such a strict innings limit. It also gave us the best rookie bat to come along in at least a decade in Jason Heyward, who would be a shoe-in for the award if he could just stay on the field long enough.

Aside from Strasburg and Heyward, it also boasts the pitcher with the tenth best ERA in all of baseball (Jaime Garcia), five pitchers with WHIP numbers under 1.45, eight hitters with more than 10 home runs, and eight guys posting averages above .300.

And this class isn’t short on star power either, with names like Mike Stanton, Mike Leake, Brian Matusz, Buster Posey, Pedro Alvarez, Starlin Castro, Austin Jackson, Gaby Sanchez, and Brennan Boesch all gracing the glossy Topps rookie cards this year.

But, there are a ton of rookies who are having fantastic seasons under the radar. You can argue that some of these guys are having better seasons than Heyward or Strasburg, but because they lack the name recognition, they aren’t necessarily getting the attention they deserve.

Here they are. Shower them with adoration.

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