By all accounts, Hanley Ramirez had a rough year last season.
He managed to finish in career lows in almost every statistical category across the board, due to nagging injuries and many felt the Marlins should have contemplated trade offers for their franchise star.
Hanley will make his return back to his All-Star level form though.
With newly acquired Jose Reyes taking over at SS, Ramirez will be switching to 3rd base.
With Jose Reyes now in the line-up, Hanley will succeed at his new position. Over the years, he's bulked up and become more of a power hitting SS. With Reyes leading off, expect Hanley's offensive numbers to return to what we all know he's capable of: a batting average around .300, home run totals in the mid-20s and his RBI total to reach around 80.
Hanley has a chip on his shoulder this upcoming season, due to all the doubters from last year as well as the fact that the team felt there was a need to replace his natural position at SS with a new, star player.