2014 Outlook: Acquired from the Oakland Athletics in the Jim Johnson deal, Weeks could be in the mix for the second-base job in Baltimore this spring. Though he struggled mightily in Oakland in 2012, Weeks bounced back with .271/.376/.369 triple-slash rates, a 13.0 percent walk rate and 17 steals in 19 attempts in 130 games in Triple-A, showing a disciplined approach that was similar to his rookie year of 2011. He'll need a big spring to capture the role, but if he does, he could be an AL-only sleeper.
2014 Outlook: Lost in the hoopla of Boston's magical season was that Ross struggled mightily at the dish, fanning at a career-worst rate while hitting far fewer line drives than normal. Now 37 years old, not much of a bounce back should be expected.