12. Jarrod Saltalamacchia
If you knew that Salty led the Red Sox in home runs last year with 25, well, a hat-tip to you for continuing to watch all the way through the abysmal final months of the ‘12 season. The 27-year-old has significant flaws—he struck out 139 times and had a puny .288 on-base percentage—but that power is a true asset. He’s been the subject of trade rumors all winter, but with Mike Napoli’s hip issues probably putting an end to his days behind the plate, Saltalamacchia may stick around after all.