A 2010 Peak at the MLB’s Top 15 First Basemen

Posted: 6th October 2009 by Eric Stashin in MLB
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Last week we took a first look at the top catchers heading into 2010 (clickáhereáto view), so today we turn to what is likely the deepest position in baseball, first base. What other position can someone hit 39 HR in just 471 AB (Carlos Pena) and not be ranked in the top 15? If heÆs not in, letÆs take a look at who made the cut (again, (keep in mind that these are going to be fluid throughout the offseason based on news, transactions and further research): Albert PujolsùSt. Louis Cardinals Mark TeixeiraùNew York Yankees Miguel CabreraùDetroit Tigers Ryan HowardùPhiladelphia Phillies Prince FielderùMilwaukee Brewers Justin MorneauùMinnesota Twins Mark ReynoldsùArizona Diamondbacks Kevin YoukilisùBoston Red Sox Adrian GonzalezùSan Diego Padres Lance BerkmanùHouston Astros Kend ...

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