1. Jimmy Rollins, Philadelphia Phillies – I'm going with the reigning NL MVP as the top overall shortstop. Last season, Rollins had a .296 batting average, 30 home runs, 94 RBIs and 41 stolen bases from the leadoff spot for the Phillies. He also led the NL in triples (20) and runs scored (139). It will be hard to duplicate those numbers this season, but I think he's worth the gamble.