DH Pedro Alvarez
Yes, he was on the Orioles. I swear. El Toro had 32 at-bats in 14 September games and hit .313 with one homer. He batted .239 with 26 homers in 138 games at Triple-A Norfolk in what was a truly bizarre season for the 30-year-old. The Orioles signed him in February and gave him a chance to learn the outfield. He settled back in his DH role, and still has that great power that you’d think a MLB team could use. Alvarez will obviously look for a fresh start in 2018, especially with the Orioles’ designated hitter role blocked by Mark Trumbo. But the Orioles are only a phone call away if Alvarez needs another parachute.