Brewers, Eric Sogard

If this list was just based on 2019, Sogard would be higher as he finished with a .290 average, 13 homers, and an .810 OPS. Coming into last year though, he had just 11 career home runs and a .623 OPS in 1,743 plate appearances. He’s mostly been utilized at second base, but Milwaukee already has Keston Hiura there.