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Daniel Murphy, Rockies

After spending many of his years as a below-average defensive second baseman, Murphy (turns 34 on April 1) is likely to at least start the year as the team's primary first baseman. He hit 12 home runs and batted .299 in 90 games with the Nationals and Cubs last year. In 2016-17, he combined to hit .34 with 90 doubles and 48 home runs.