9. Hanley Ramirez, Boston Red Sox
He really struggled in his time with the Dodgers, it looked like all he needed was a change of scenery. Hanley is capable of putting up monster stat lines if he stays healthy and he is in a good lineup. Last year, Hanley put up 30 homers and 111 RBIs. Those are great numbers especially for someone who didn’t go early in any drafts.
Can he put up those numbers again, is the real question and the answer is yes, he can. He most likely will be batting in the top 5 in a great Boston lineup and now can DH every day now, that David Ortiz is retired. He isn’t a great pick in deep keeper or dynasty leagues because of his age and health concerns but he is a great play for the 2017 season.