By Jonathan Mayo /

Toronto Blue JaysThe term “natural second baseman” doesn’t come up very often. It’s not that it never happens, but it’s more than common to see any list of second-base prospects consist of shortstops who slid over or very good bats and athletic players who are trying to find a defensive home. This Top 10 list is no different, with a variety of conversions and permanent experiments up and down the ranking.

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