4. Ben Zobrist– The man that can play every position. His best though is second base, and he can prove it. Overall he hit .272 in 146 games plus 10 home runs in 2014. Zobrist spent most of his games at second base, playing 79 out of the 146 there. The 33-year old had a .980 fielding percentage and only had six errors. Now he is going to play for the Oakland Athletics after being traded from the Tampa Bay Rays. He will be the everyday second baseman over in Oakland, and I expect the handy man to hold down the middle of the infield. I like him down here at the four slot.