Andrus said that he's being careful while rehabbing his injury, but plans to be ready for the upcoming campaign. He also said that the groin ailment limited his ability to steal bases throughout 2016, so an increase in stolen base production may be in order for the 28-year-old shortstop.
The 30-year-old hasn't played in the majors since 2015, when he struggled to a .208/.250/.229 line in 96 at-bats with Baltimore. He led the league in stolen bases in 2012 and was an All-Star in 2013, both with the Padres, however he has yet to come close to that success since. Not much should be expected from the former speedster, who will likely provide needed middle-infield depth to the White Sox.
The terms of the agreement were not announced. Iglesias was once again a wizard on defense and well below-average hitter (73 wRC+) in 2016. His elite glove will keep him in the lineup most days, but there's not much value to extract from a fantasy perspective.
Terms of the agreement were not available. Bogaerts set a career high last season in home runs (21), steals (13), runs (115) and RBI (89). He should continue to be a five-category force at shortstop in 2017.
Miller experienced a massive power spike in 2016, slugging a career-high .482 and 30 home runs. His reward will be a strong showing in his first round of arbitration.
His defense slipped in his age-25 season, but Gregorius made up for it to an extent with a significant power boost. Gregorius more than doubled his previous career high of nine home runs (established in 2015) while posting the best contact rate of his career. He'll make for a decent consolation prize for those who miss out on one of the young superstars at the shortstop position.
Beckham was sent down after striking out 21 times in 78 plate appearances in August and did not return at any point in September. The first overall pick in 2008, he has provided defensive versatility for the Rays but little else over the past two seasons. He will not be assured of a spot on the Opening Day roster.
Segura batted .319 with 20 homer runs and 33 stolen bases last season with the Diamondbacks before being traded to the Mariners in November. Expect him to be the main shortstop for the Mariners for the 2017 season as he looks to build on a great bounce-back 2016 season.
Ryan spent the majority of his 2016 campaign with the Angels' organization at Triple-A Salt Lake, where he slashed a paltry .232/.295/.274 in 212 at-bats. The 34-year-old will likely begin the 2017 season in Triple-A Toledo and serve as emergency infield depth for the Tigers.
Field didn't reach the majors in 2016 and hit .235/.313/.413 with 11 home runs at the Twins' Triple-A affiliate in Rochester. The 29-year-old will likely be on the outside looking in for a major league roster spot in spring training.