5. Jacoby Ellsbury's power surge will prove no fluke. Remember when the optimistic projection regarding Ellsbury's power potential elicited the name Johnny Damon? Well, no more. Ellsbury's 32 home runs last season surpassed Damon's career high (24). And rather than fading in '11, Ellsbury was one of few Red Sox who had a fine September, hitting .358 with eight homers in the season's final month. A former weakness, the inside fastball, is now a pitch he pounds. Anything less than 25 homers this season would be a disappointment, and he won't disappoint.