There aren’t many people threatening Tulo atop the SS position in 2014. He could still be #1 even if he gets hurt.10 Questi
While the late 90s-2000s shortstop triumvirate (Miguel Tejada, Nomar Garciaparra, Alex Rodriguez) is gone, guys like Ian Desmond, Troy Tulowitzki, and Jose Reyes have emerged as some of the most complete shortstops for fantasy purposes. Tulo is one of the best, if not the best, options, but Desmond and Reyes are real close when healthy.
New guys like Jean Segura, Andrelton Simmons, and Brad Miller might be the next in a wave of talented infielders. What will 2014 hold for the shortstops?
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Can Segura and Simmons continue their impressive 2013s into 2014?
Segura slumped hard in August but regained a little bit of swagger to end the season. Simmons went from undrafted to a top 10 SS, but most people expected any value he had would be due to his legs. Instead, he popped 17 HR, double what he did in 1,224 career professional plate...