5. Troy Tulowitzki
There has been something missing from the baseball season this year, and I wasn’t able to put my finger on it until I started doing research for this article.
Troy Tulowitzki has missed 94 games this year, which means we have been deprived of watching “Tulo” make plays like this for 94 days.
While Derek Jeter might have something to say about this, Tulowitzki is able to pull off the jump throw/spin/how-the-heck-did-he-do-that play better than any other shortstop in baseball.
When you combine his consistency, arm strength and range, there isn’t a better defensive shortstop in the game than Tulowitzki.
Source: Bleacher Report