2014 Outlook: Olé! After being cut by the Kansas City Royals this winter, Bonifacio latched on with the Chicago Cubs, who will use him as a utilityman, an important role considering the team's weaknesses at second and third base. He might not ever score regular at-bats with the Cubs, but should sneak in enough playing time to provide NL-only owners with a healthy number of stolen bases.
2014 Outlook: Last year, there were 453 hitters to register 100 or more plate appearances and only 14 had a lower batting average on balls in play than Barney. Fewer line drives and more fly balls resulted in a .222 mark. And considering Barney is good for only single-digit homers and steals, he needs every point in batting average he can get. A correction should be in the offing, but that won't help his meek production. At best, he's an endgame middle infield play in deep leagues.
2014 Outlook: With Emilio Bonifacio in tow and Mike Olt and Kris Bryant looming, Valbuena's days of starting at the hot corner in Wrigley Field could be numbered. Valbuena does have a little pop, as evidenced by his 17 homers in 639 big-league plate appearances the past three seasons, but it comes at the cost of a .218 average over that span. The Cubs may be forced to stick with Valbuena; you have better options.