4. Torii Hunter, CF –Since he was drafted in the first round of the 1993 draft, Hunter has been a part of the Minnesota Twins organization. Now, Hunter moves west to Los Angeles. He'll see most of the time in center field, but will also occasionally serve as the team's designated hitter. Last season, Hunter hit .287 with 28 home runs and 107 RBIs. It was only the second time that he has collected over 100 RBIs, so don't expect him to reach that mark this season. It could still happen, but he'll probably fall just short. Pick him up somewhere between the seventh and ninth round.