C Martin Maldonado — Maldonado shocked the Fantasy world last season by hitting 14 HR — but he also hit .221. Roster him at your own peril.
1B Luis Valbuena — Some days Valbuena will play first base to give Albert Pujols a break, so he is someone who can be looked at in AL-only leagues. Valbuena has power, but he does little else in the other four categories to make him worthy of a roster spot.
2B Ian Kinsler — Kinsler is going to be the new leadoff hitter for the Angels, and he is in a great spot for success hitting in front of Mike Trout and Justin Upton. Even though he is in his mid-30’s, Kinsler has kept his power stroke (over 20 HR the past two seasons), and he has stolen 28 bases over the past two years. I think his numbers will go down slightly (I can’t imagine the Angles giving him the green light to run with Trout at bat), but a season of 15 HR and 8-10 SB is a distinct possibility.