2. Adolis Garcia
While Seager has been the steady, calming presence that we've needed throughout the postseason, Garcia has brought the energy and the fire.
We'll always remember the bench-clearing brawl he started in Game 5 of the ALCS, which showed that the Rangers weren't going to be intimidated by the Astros. Sure enough, we won the next two games by a landslide.
Seager is the table-setter by getting on base so much, but someone needs to drive him in. That's usually Garcia, who's our top power hitter and run producer.
That was true during the regular season, when he led the team with 39 homers and 107 RBIs. It stayed true in October, especially when he homered in the last four games of the ALCS to wipe out Houston.
This is Garcia's first postseason, but you wouldn't know it. The dude is absolutely fearless. He's hit safely in 11 of 12 playoff games while smashing 7 homers and driving in 20 runs.
Yeah, he's going to be a problem in the World Series.