May 10, 2017

Former AL Rookie of the Year and MVP Dustin Pedroia has been part of Boston's last two World Series championship teams, but as the Red Sox shift into the post-David Ortiz era—talk about a face of the franchise—it's the charismatic, cerebral and ultra-talented Betts who gets the call over his fellow Killer B's, shortstop Xander Bogaerts and centerfielder Jackie Bradley Jr. With 31 homers, 26 steals and off-the-charts defense, Betts finished second to Mike Trout in last year's AL MVP voting, and as he's only in his age-24 season, time is on his side to win some hardware. 

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