7. Neil Walker– The 29-year old played in 137 games last year and hit .271. He also posted up 76 RBI and 23 home runs, which earned him his first Silver Slugger Award. He also had an impressive .809 OPS with a WAR of 3.4. What boggled my mind is that Walker had a higher fielding percentage than D.J. LeMahieu, and he didn’t win the Gold Glove. I would have gave it to Walker who only committed five errors. Walker should do better next year from an offensive stand point, and I expect him to become one of the best second baseman in the next few years.