Knock Troy Tulowitzki for his injuries, but he’s proven that he’s the game’s best shortstop. Sure he may not steal as many bases as he used to, but when he chooses to run he usually succeeds (80% success rate). Last year he cut down his swinging strike percentage (4.5%) for the third straight season and he continues to draw walks at an above average rate (9.7 BB%). Over the last three seasons, Tulowitzki has averaged 90 runs, 30 home runs and 97 RBI with a .304 batting average. Those are numbers you usually find at first or third base so that’s not too shabby for a shortstop.
Best case scenario: Top-three shortstop Similar players: Robinson Cano (NYY), Evan Longoria (TB), Joey Votto (CIN) Worst case scenario: Gets injured
Home park, power, batting average, improved contact. Along with the rare power, he has a great home field advantage as his three-year slash at Coors Field is an impressive .324/.395/.597. He’s also been improving his contact throughout his career and p...