4. Adam Duvall
Adam Duvall has shown flashes of brilliance throughout his career, but health has been a constant concern. This issue was highlighted in 2023 when the 35-year-old outfielder was held to fewer than 100 games (92) for the fourth time in the last five seasons.
But even with injuries plaguing him, Duvall found a way to contribute this year. He managed to rack up 21 home runs and 58 RBIs — on pace for 37 and 102, respectively, in 162 games — while finishing with the second-best OPS of his career (.834).
Still, don't hold your breath if you hope to see Duvall back in a Red Sox uniform.
First of all, he isn't a stranger to moving, having played for five different teams while never spending more than three consecutive seasons in one city. Secondly, Duvall was even receiving attention ahead of August's trade deadline, meaning he'll likely see a decent number of suitors now that he's a free agent this winter.
Considering how it's far from guaranteed that Duvall is capable of playing triple-digit games, it might be best to let his health be another club's issue.