2. Robinson Cano– Cano had a very impressive first season with the Seattle Mariners. The 32-year old hit .314 with 82 RBIs in 2014. Cano helped a Seattle Mariners team that sat at the bottom of the AL West, for quite some time, miss the playoffs by just one game. The six-time All Star had the highest WAR among second baseman. He posted a 6.3 WAR and had a very nice season defensively. Cano had nine errors in 697 chances, and had a .987 fielding percentage. Cano had a very nice season in 156 games, and even though it wasn’t his best, it still topped a lot of the men above him.