1. Orlando Hudson (31%)
2. Nyjer Morgan (17%)
3. Chris Carpenter (14%)
Without actually being on the field and hearing players interact, it is hard for fans to get a gauge of who is actually trash-talking.
Hudson, recently released by the Padres and now playing for the White Sox, likely isn't doing as much trash talking these days with a .207 average on the season.
Morgan, on the other hand, is as obnoxious a player as there is in the MLB. He's another player who strikes me as unable to back up his talk with his play on the field.
As for Carpenter, he's always seemed like more of a fiery competitor as opposed to your prototypical "trash talker."
Surprise or Not?
Again, this one is a tough one for fans to have much insight into, but I am by no means shocked that "Tony Plush" made the list.
In addition, I'm kind of surprised that Bryce Harper is not on this list, if for no other reason than the reputation that preceded him when he got to the big leagues.