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Bryant smashed his way towards the All-Star Game and the National League Championship Series and ended up as a runaway selection for NL Rookie of the Year honors. The Sox addition of Edward Mujica gives them another experienced presence that has succeeded in every role in the pen previously. The O’s need Manny Machado to be healthy and for their pitching staff as a whole to be a bit better than they profile.Of course it came with the pitfalls of also leading the NL in strikeouts with 199, but that is a pardonable offense for a player that forecasts as being at forefront of power hitters in baseball for the next decade. Adrian Beltre, Rangers (#1 in ’15) 2015: .287/.334/.453, 18 HR, 83 RBI, 32 doubles, 83 run scored, .788 OPS Last 3 Years: .309/.365/.485, 22 HR, 84 RBI, 32 doubles, 83 runs scored, .850 OPS Beltre is essentially the fine wine of elite producers in the game today. Rays The Yankees can spend at will, and despite the rumors that they want to be luxury tax conscious, in the end, the wins will always take priority over the cost of chasing them. Meanwhile, the Jays just need to stay healthy and put up tons of runs, because they will need them if this is the pitching staff they tackle most of the year with.However, it is now a spot that is under siege from a new generation of stars.It could be argued that no position has seen more top end impact from the new blood of the league than third base, which has led to a redefining of the Top 10 list this season.Over the past four years, the Mariners have been able to call on the now 28-year-old for: 20 Home Runs? The Moose chats that ring out of the confines of “The K” throughout the summer stand as proof of the fact that Moustakas’ impact is felt on a nightly basis. Matt Carpenter, Cardinals 2015: .272/.365/.505, 28 HR, 84 RBI, 44 doubles, 101 runs scored, .871 OPS Last 3 Years: .288/.378/.453, 16 HR, 74 RBI, 44 doubles, 109 runs scored, .831 OPS Nobody in the game works an at-bat harder than Carpenter does at the top of the Cardinal lineup. He proved this by moving to third base and playing a big part of the Sox run through October. But this year, they are targeted by a group of teams that made very smart adjustments, in addition to the various chips on their shoulders.

Beltre’s bat came alive in the second half, hitting .318, driving in 61 runs, reaching base at a .376 clip and slugging an impressive .509%. Showalter’s veteran savvy is the best in the league, and Joe Girardi is regularly underappreciated due to the talent at his command. Come back to the Cheap Seats over the next two weeks for each divisional breakdown and preview, and for more info from here in real-time, follow me on Twitter at @Cheap Seat Fan Posted: January 22, 2014 by The Cheap Seat Fan in MLB Tags: Adrian Beltre, Aramis Ramirez, Baseball, David Wright, Evan Longoria, Josh Donaldson, Manny Machado, Martin Prado, Matt Carpenter, Miguel Cabrera, MLB, Pedro Alvarez, Ryan Zimmerman, Third Base, Top Third Baseman It does not get spoken to very often, but the lay of the land in baseball right now at the hot corner is perhaps the best the position has ever been.Never count out anything from this prodigy come true. Nolan Arenado, Rockies 2015: .287/.323/.575, 42 HR, 130 RBI, 43 doubles, 97 runs scored, .898 OPS Last 3 Years: .281/.318/.500, 23 HR, 81 RBI, 35 doubles, 68 runs scored, .818 OPS Firmly entrenched as the best defensive third baseman in the National League (and it is a rather fun debate about whether him or Machado’s glove reigns supreme in all of baseball), Arenado went about the business of putting to bed any doubts about who is the best overall NL third baseman as well a year ago too. Hiroki Kuroda has silently been the most consistent arm in the Yankee arsenal the past two seasons, and Price (30-13 record the past two years) by himself makes the Rays a favorite in most head-to-head matchups he takes the ball in. Alvarez’s thing is home runs, and he tied for NL-led with 36 last year, albeit while topping strikeouts by himself with 186. Martin Prado, Diamondbacks: He drove in a career-best 82 runs in his first season in the desert, and 36 doubles as well.Arenado launched 42 home runs a year ago, tying with MVP Bryce Harper for the league lead. Blue Jays Tampa keeps churning out more and more arms without ceasing it seems. While he continued to be a slight utility man (notching 25 starts in left field and second base, respectively), he committed only six errors in 113 games at third. Aramis Ramirez, Brewers: Injuries limited him last year, but he just a season removed from a 50 double/27 homer/105 RBI campaign.2015 marked seventh time he has topped 20 home runs in season, having hit a total 205 in his 20’s.He may not be the megastar he was on course to be, but Longoria is still a force to be approached cautiously amid the Rays lineup. Todd Frazier, White Sox 2015: .255/.309/.498, 35 HR, 89 RBI, 43 doubles, 82 runs scored, .806 OPS Last 3 Years: .255/.320/.457, 28 HR, 81 RBI, 31 doubles, 78 runs scored, .777 OPS Even five years into his career, every season The Toddfather has done something better than the year before.

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