Thanks for the question Brooks. Let's start with the second basemen involved. I had Roberts ranked No. 2 in the preseason because of his ability to steal bases. He had 36 SBs last season, which led all American League second basemen. That gives him the edge over Hudson and Iguchi. However, in the other major categories, all three second basemen are comparable. Hudson is off to a scorching start (.394) and will probably end up hitting around .280-.300. I expect Roberts' average to be in the same range even though he's off to a semi-slow start at the plate, batting .192. Meanwhile, Iguchi probably has better power potential than the other two players, but he's also a pretty good bet to hit around .280.