4. David Ortiz
The Reds’ Joey Votto was the only player in the majors with at least 300 plate appearances last season to have a higher OPS than Ortiz, whose 1.026 OPS was his best since 2007. The catch, of course, is that Ortiz played just 90 games—one after July 16—because of a heel injury. Ortiz’s recovery lingered into the offseason, and the Red Sox are counting on the 38-year-old more than they probably should.