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Dustin Ackley has the potential to be a top-five player at his position.
11. Dustin Ackley, Seattle Mariners
He is full of upside, but even as a young player he has shown patience at the plate and the ability to be an above-average fielder at his position.
12. Jason Kipnis, Cleveland Indians
He is young, but he's shown that he has the ability to hit for average and play good defense up the middle.
13. Jemile Weeks, Oakland Athletics
The younger brother or Rickie Weeks, he doesn’t have the same power, but he hits for a better average. He is also quicker and has the potential to be a much better defensive player.
14. Omar Infante, Miami Marlins
He hits for average and plays really good defense. If he could show a little more pop, he would be higher on the list, but he has most likely peaked.
15. Kelly Johnson, Toronto Blue Jays
A late-bloomer that has 20-home-run power and can play above-average defense. He would be higher on the list if he was more consistent.
16. Brian Roberts, Baltimore Orioles
He was once one of the top-five players at his position, but between injuries and age, he is a shell of his former self. He still hasn’t retired, so there is a chance that he makes a comeback.
17. Gordon Beckham, Chicago White Sox
He is still young, but he can’t seem to put it all together. He has all the tools needed to be much higher on this list, but he has regressed every season since his rookie year.
18. Daniel Murphy, New York Mets
He can hit for a high average, but he lacks pop. He would be higher on this list if he was a better defensive player.
19. Ryan Raburn, Detroit Tigers
Rayburn is a decent hitter and plays above-average defense. The only reason he isn’t higher on this list is because he doesn’t excel at any aspect of the game.
20. Aaron Hill, Arizona Diamondbacks
He has shown he can hit for power and average, but he hasn’t put it all together since 2009. He is also an underrated defensive player.