6. Lance Berkman, Houston Astros – Last season, Berkman had 34 home runs and 102 RBIs. He only hit .278, which is the lowest his batting average has been in a full season in his career. However, Berkman is a career .300 hitter, so he's likely to improve the batting average. This makes him an attractive option that may be overshadowed by the five players ahead of him.