First baseAdrian Gonzalez, Red Sox: In his first year in Boston, Gonzalez won the Gold Glove and Silver Slugger and led the league in hits. He finished 2011 hitting .338 with 27 home runs and 117 runs batted in, but his production declined in the second half and he led the league double plays. Did participating in the Home Run Derby cause the power outtage?
Mark Teixeira, Yankees: In 2011, Teixeira hit 39 homers for the second time in three seasons, while also driving in 111 runs. He hit a career-worst .248. Teixeira's defense didn't earn him the Gold Glove, but it saved the Yankees plenty of runs.