9. Daniel Murphy (New York Mets)
Daniel Murphy? We may as well be talking about Neil Walker because on the outside this guy seems plain. But looking into him further, he is a key to the Mets success. Murphy is a solid .300 hitter. He hit .289 in 2014 overall, but a .302 AVG when playing second base.
He led the Mets in runs, at bats, hits, and batting average in 2014. Murphy is not a bad fielder, and is a master of consistency behind the plate. He may be a cog in the Mets system, but he is an important cog.
In 2014m Daniel Murphy made it to the All-Star game for the first time. I think there will be too much competition for him to make it again this year, but he should still put out a good offensive output.