1). Jose Altuve (HOU) - Only 25 years old, Altuve doubled his HRs to 15, but the steals dropped. He's a hit monster, and a 2nd Rounder.
2). Dee Gordon (MIA) - Led the league in steals last year with 58, beating out Billy Hamilton by 1. However, he hit .107 HIGHER than Hamilton. With a healthy Stanton back this year, Gordon should hit .300, with 100 runs, and push 60 steals.
5). Jason Kipnis (CLE) - His 17/30 HR/SB 2013 season seems like forever ago. Fighting through an injury riddled last 2 years, Kipnis still managed to his .303 last year. If he stays healthy, he should be a great value on draft day.
6). Ian Kinsler (DET) - He'll score runs in the potent Tigers lineup. But he is more of a 10/10 HR/SB player now than the 30/30 back in 2011.
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7). Anthony Rendon (WAS) - The 6th overall pick the 2011 draft, Rendon had a breakout year in 2014, when he was a top 20 player overall. Knee, oblique, and quad injuries hijacked his entire year in '15. Healthy coming into Spring Training, Rendon has all the talent to bust out again.
8). Rougned Odor (TEX) - You smell that? There's a strong odor coming this way (had to). Among 2nd basemen with at least 400 plate appearances in '15, odor had the highest slugging percentage. He hit 16 HRs last year in only 426 at bats...at age 21. Odor could steal double digit bases as well. There is a lot to like here.
9). Kolten Wong (STL) - Wong hit 1 less HR last year than in '14 and 5 less SBs, despite having 155 more at-bats. It seems he doesn't have the power for a 20/20 season. He was a 1st rounder in 2011 and does have the skills to go 15/15. It will be interesting to see where he bats in the lineup.
10). Dustin Pedroia (BOS) - Pedroia looks to stay healthy in '16, which may mean taking a few more rest days. If he does stay healthy, he should provide great value.