Ellsbury burst on the scene when he batted .360 in the postseason in 2007 after being a late season call-up, including hitting .438 in the World Series. The speedy Ellsbury stole the most bases in the AL in 2008 with 50, and followed that up with a Red Sox-record 70 stolen bases during the 2009 season when he batted .301. 2010 was a rough ride for the rising young star as he appeared in just 18 games after recovering from rib injuries. Ellsbury’s 2011 season was his most valuable in a Red Sox uniform when he came in second in the MVP voting. Injuries have limited Ells for the past coulple of years and he now enters what could be his final season in Boston as free agency looms for the Scott Boras client after the 2013 season.