No. 5: Justin Turner

Fresh off a pair of breakout seasons in Los Angeles, Turner will be a hot commodity as the top infielder on the market.
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Position: 3B | Age: 32
Current Team: Dodgers | Best Fit: Dodgers
2016 Stats: .275/.339/.493 (.832 OPS), 27 HR, 90 RBIs, 4 SB

Offensively, Turner is basically Daniel Murphy: a slap hitter who transformed himself into a slugger after he turned 30. Until two years ago, his career high for homers was seven; he's hit 43 the past two seasons. Unlike Murphy, though, Turner is also an above-average fielder and could double his erstwhile teammate's three-year, $37.5 million deal from last winter—probably thanks to the Dodgers, who also value his competitiveness.