7) Brandon Crawford (San Francisco Giants)
Having two World Series championships in his four-year tenure with the San Francisco Giants, Brandon Crawford has been a big reason why the Giants have been successful.
In 2014, Crawford has one of his better offensive seasons, increasing his home run, RBI, stolen base and runs scored numbers. Although his 129 strikeouts in 2014 is quite alarming, Crawford has shown that he can step up in key situations, both offensively and defensively. Coming off his clutch performance in the World Series, Brandon Crawford should be aligned for a solid 2015 campaign.