3. Kole Calhoun- Los Angeles Angels
Kole Calhoun has had to battle for his starting job for mostly his entire career. He first came up to the majors in 2012 for a very short time with the Angels. It was not until 2015 that we truly got to see what Calhoun was truly made of. He hit a career best of 26 home runs and 83 RBI while also playing stellar defense in right field, finishing the season with a .989 defensive fielding percentage and six defensive runs saved, which allowed him to take home his first Gold Glove award.
While 2016 was a bit of a down year for him, he sure has picked up the slack this year. He is third in all of baseball in putouts with 222, and 2nd in assists with 8.
As an outfielder, one of your jobs is to not only catch the ball to get outs, but also to prevent guys from either moving into scoring position, and even scoring at all. Calhoun, along with the other guys on this list, do it better than most of the players in right field. He ranks sixth with 2.3 UZR
Even though the Angels are not playing at their best recently, watching Mike Trout and Calhoun play is always a privilege, because you know something spectacular could happen while they are out there.