First look: Baseball's top-10

With Spring Training almost here, it's time to think hardball. 

Free agency is settled and Opening Day is about six weeks away. It's time to start thinking about our baseball drafts.


Here's a first-look at my top-10. A lot can change between now and April, so we'll be updating as needed.


1. Albert Pujols, OF, LAA -- Yes, I know his lineup and ballpark aren't plus-assets. Not worried.

2. Miguel Cabrera, 1B, DET -- Should get 3B eligibility as Prince Fielder moves into the 1B spot.

3. Troy Tulowitzki, SS, COL -- Two words: Position scarcity.

4. Matt Kemp, OF, LAD -- A near-lock for another 30/30 season.

5. Justin Upton, OF, ARZ -- We were all over him last year as a mid-round steal. Now he's a MVP candidate.

6. Jacoby Ellsbury, OF, BOS -- Even if the power regresses, we know the steals and runs will be there.

7. Roy Halladay, SP, PHI -- There's just no risk.

8. Robinson Cano, 2B, NYY -- Hard not to put up huge numbers in that Yankee offense.

9. Jose Bautista, 3B, TOR -- The dude is the best power hitter in the game. Period.

10. Carlos Gonzalez, OF, COL -- We've still only seen the tip of the iceberg in terms of what this kid can do.

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