4. Jose Abreu, White Sox, 1B
Abreu has been the White Sox’ most consistent player since his rookie season in 2014. In each season of his career, he’s hit over 20 home runs and over 30 doubles for the Sox. He’s been with the Sox for some tough years and will forever be loved in the South Side.
At 33, Abreu is still a top hitter in the MLB. Last season, he batted .284 with 36 home runs and a league-best 123 RBI. Abreu will be a weapon in the middle of the White Sox order. If the hitters in front of him continue to get on base, he’ll continue to drive them in like he’s done for the entirety of his career.
Unlike Moncada, Abreu is in the back half of his career, but that doesn’t make him any less dangerous as a hitter. There’s no reason to believe he’s going to slow down any time soon.