3. Sean Rodriguez
Rodriguez put up very solid numbers while splitting time at the position with Pedro Alvarez. Now this Cuban-American is looking for a full-time starting role and he deserves one. In 140 games during the 2015 campaign (both regular season and postseason), Rodriguez showed that he can get the job done both offensively and defensively. He batted .246 with 17 RBI’s and 25 runs scored. On defense he had a .997 fielding percentage with only three errors, and 405 put outs.
He can also play second base, shortstop, third base, left field, and right field if called upon. Rodriguez is the dark horse of this year’s free agent class and will be a huge pick up for whoever signs him – just be sure to keep him away from the Gatorade coolers!!