The Best Offense in the AL?
Projections: .250 BA, 540 AB, 77 R, 25 HR, 83 RBI, 4 SB, .812 OPS
What Santana lacks in the batting average department, he makes up for in the on-base department. In 2014, Santana led baseball in walks (113), giving him a top 15 OBP, despite only hitting .231 on the season. Much of Santana’s struggles came early in the season when he was juggling the move to third base. Now at first base full time, Santana should be able to concentrate more on his hitting.