My look at the top 121 hitters in baseball continues with Nos. 97-109:
97. Mark Trumbo, DH, Angels: He’s hitting his prime years.
98. Alejandro De Aza, OF, White Sox: I expect a little more pop this year.
99. Garrett Jones, 1B, Pirates: The guy gets no respect.
100. David Freese, 3B, Cardinals: Solid, but unspectacular player to draft.
101. Derek Jeter, SS, Yankees: Will he bounce back or will the injury slow him down?
102. Alfonso Soriano, OF, Cubs: Any upside in a 37-year-old with weak average? What if power drops?
103. David Ortiz, DH, Red Sox: How many at-bats do you expect? If you think he’ll get 500, move him way up.
104. Coco Crisp, OF, A’s: Steals, steals, steals.
105. Mike Napoli, 1B, Red Sox: Has the power, but the injury history.
106. Yonder Alonso, OF, Padres: Moved-in fences at Petco helps, and he has upside.
107. Carlos Beltran, OF, Cardinals: Way low, but I’m not a believer. I’d rather have Alonso’s upside.
108. Jayson Werth, OF, Nationals: Is he Werth it? Love that pun.
109. Justin Morneau, 1B, Twins: Won’t return to previous form, but 19-77 from last year is what you can expect.
— Rick Green (follow me @ETNrgreen)