2. Troy Glaus, 3B – On the surface, the swap of Glaus and Rolen may look like a trade of two similar players. However, Glaus should thrive in St. Louis because he'll no longer be playing on the artificial turf that destroyed his knees in Toronto. If he stays healthy, Glaus could have 30-35 home runs and 100-110 RBIs this season. He's not going to have a high batting average, so don't take him before the later rounds of your draft. Still, Glaus will give you tremendous value with one of your final picks.