Complete 2014 Projections

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PROJECTED 2014 SEASON STATS
1. Alexei Ramirez, CWS SSYEARABRHRRBIBBKSBAVGOBPSLGOPS
2013 Statistics63768648266830.284.313.380.693
2014 Projections64869962287724.275.307.383.690
2014 Outlook: When Ramirez first came over to the States, the expectation was for considerably more speed than power, but he surprised by displaying more pop than expected while not running very much. In other words, last season was supposed to be the norm for the Cuban Missile. The thing is, it's rare that a stolen-base spike at age 32 is sustained, so the safe play is to expect pullback. On the other hand, a return to double-digit homers would not be shocking, so, at the end of the day, Ramirez is what he always has been: an extremely durable and reliable middle-infield option for those who don't draft for scarcity early on.
2. Marcus Semien, CWS 3B, 2BYEARABRHRRBIBBKSBAVGOBPSLGOPS
2013 Statistics697271222.261.268.406.673
2014 Projections2343872541619.261.373.427.800
2014 Outlook: Considered more of a fallback option at third base for the White Sox than a prime candidate to start, Semien nevertheless shouldn't receive the "ho-hum" approach in deeper fantasy leagues. He's capable of chipping in a few homers and steals, averaging 19 and 20 per 162 games played in his minor league career. At the very least, Semien should make the White Sox as a utility infielder, so consider him a back-of-your-roster option in those AL-only formats.
3. Jeff Keppinger, CWS 2B, 1B, 3BYEARABRHRRBIBBKSBAVGOBPSLGOPS
2013 Statistics4233844020410.253.283.317.600
2014 Projections176193179160.278.314.364.677
2014 Outlook: Keppinger has managed to average about 450 plate appearances a year for the past six seasons, but will be lucky to pick up half of that this year, especially if his surgically repaired shoulder delays his 2014 availability. Keppinger's strength has always made outstanding contact, resulting in a favorable average. His power is minimal and his speed is less than that. He does carry eligibility at first, second and third, so he makes for a defensible endgame play in the deepest of formats so long as your counting stats are up to snuff.
4. Joey DeMichele, CWS 2BYEARABRHRRBIBBKSBAVGOBPSLGOPS
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5. D.J. Jarrad, CWS SSYEARABRHRRBIBBKSBAVGOBPSLGOPS
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6. Andrew Douglas, CWS 2BYEARABRHRRBIBBKSBAVGOBPSLGOPS
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7. Carlos Sanchez, CWS SS, 2BYEARABRHRRBIBBKSBAVGOBPSLGOPS
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8. Robert Hudson, CWS SSYEARABRHRRBIBBKSBAVGOBPSLGOPS
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9. Kyle Davis, CWS SSYEARABRHRRBIBBKSBAVGOBPSLGOPS
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10. Gookie Dawkins, CWS SSYEARABRHRRBIBBKSBAVGOBPSLGOPS
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11. Greg Paiml, CWS SSYEARABRHRRBIBBKSBAVGOBPSLGOPS
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12. Daniel Wagner, CWS 2BYEARABRHRRBIBBKSBAVGOBPSLGOPS
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13. Tyler Saladino, CWS SSYEARABRHRRBIBBKSBAVGOBPSLGOPS
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14. Jaime Pedroza, CWS 2BYEARABRHRRBIBBKSBAVGOBPSLGOPS
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15. Dale Mollenhauer, CWS 2BYEARABRHRRBIBBKSBAVGOBPSLGOPS
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