4. Justin Smoak, 1b RANGERS An oblique strain slowed Smoak a tad, but he jumped to high levels with no problems and fits the first-base profile perfectly. 13. Neftali Feliz, rhp RANGERS The minors' biggest fastball sits at 94-98 mph. If his move to the bullpen at Triple-A proves permanent, he'll be less valuable; improved pitchability would go a long way.