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Billy Butler put on a firework display in '12.
21. Evan Longoria, 3B, Tampa Bay Rays—Longoria would be higher on the list if he didn't get hurt so often. With that said, he brings a lot to the table for a relatively thin position. If he can stay healthy, he'll hit 30-plus home runs with a .280 average.
22. Cliff Lee, SP, Philadelphia Phillies—You look at Lee's six wins and cringe, but the guy had a much better season that that. He had a 3.13 FIP and that ranked eighth-best in the MLB. The Phillies and Lee will be better in 2013.
23. Carlos Gonzalez, OF, Colorado Rockies—CarGo missed a ton of games last season, and it's becoming a trend. Over the last three seasons, he's missed an average of 26.33 games. But when he's on the field, he's dominant. If he can play 145 games, he'll hit .300 with 25 homers and 20 steals.
24. Matt Cain, SP, San Francisco Giants—For years, Cain's ERA never matched his win-loss record. Before last season, Cain had a career record of 69-73, but had an ERA over 4.00 just once in six years. Last year they synchronized. Expect another dominant season.
25. Billy Butler, 1B, Kansas City Royals—Butler was always a solid hitter, but he finally showed off his power in 2012. In addition to hitting .313, Butler mashed 29 home runs and drove in 107. He's entering his prime years, so don't think his power display was a fluke.