Complete 2016 Projections

Position: All | Batters | Pitchers | C | 1B | 2B | 3B | SS | 2B/SS | 1B/3B | IF | LF | CF | RF | OF | DH | SP | RP
     

PROJECTED 2016 SEASON STATS
1. David Ortiz, Bos DHYEARABRHRRBIBBKSBAVGOBPSLGOPS
2015 Statistics528733710877950.273.360.553.913
2016 Projections5317736102771001.271.360.531.891
2016 Outlook: On the heels of his third consecutive 30-homer, 100-RBI season in 2015 at age-39, Ortiz announced that the 2016 campaign would be his last in the big leagues. Outside of a slight reduction in playing time when the Red Sox face left-handed starters (he hit .231/.277/.426 in 184 plate appearances against southpaws last season), the primary DH role should belong to Ortiz for another year. Since the start of the 2013 season, only five players have amassed more homers than Ortiz (102). With his combination of power (.280 ISO) and plate discipline (12.5 BB%, 15.5 K%), Ortiz remains a hitter to be feared, and he should have plenty of chances to drive in runs again from the heart of the order in Boston if the bats around him stay healthy.
2. David Murphy, Bos OF, DHYEARABRHRRBIBBKSBAVGOBPSLGOPS
2015 Statistics36138105020490.283.318.421.739
2016 Projections8992126120.270.313.393.706