C Yasmani Grandal — Grandal has solid power for a catcher but shows little else in the other categories. His best attribute is that he hits in the middle of a very talented lineup which gives him tons of opportunities.
1B Cody Bellinger — I was very impressed with Bellinger last season. He tailed off in the post-season but that was to be expected of a 22-year old in his first pennant race. The sky is the limit for him and he makes for an exceptional second round pick.
2B Logan Forsythe — Forsythe was injured for much of last season, so people might forget how talented a player he is. A lot of his playing time will depend on what the Dodgers choose to do with Chris Taylor. If the Dodgers want to place Taylor at 2B vs. RHP, Forsythe will only play against LHP. If the Dodgers let Taylor play the OF, Forsythe will be the everyday 2B. Watch this closely in Spring Training.
SS Corey Seager — I am a little torn on Seager. One the one hand, I think Seager can go 40-110 as soon as this season. However, I also think that SS is a deep position and if Seager goes 25-85 there are a lot of other guys that I like instead that I can wait on 10 rounds later. What I will most likely end up doing is taking Seager on a handful of teams and passing on him in other leagues to hedge my bet. If I were only playing in one league, though, I would take the chance that he breaks out this season.