Top 10 for '13: Tough calls after first three

Updated: January 11, 2013, 1:39 PM ET
By Eric Karabell
Nobody had ever accomplished quite what Los Angeles Angels outfielder Mike Trout did statistically during the 2012 season. So it's not merely reasonable, but expected, that some regression is coming in 2013. I mean, let's get real. Trout was incredible, we'll never forget it. The question when judging his immediate future value is figuring out to what degree a few of his numbers will fall -- most likely home runs, batting average and runs scored -- and whether it's still enough to make him the first pick in 2013 fantasy drafts.

But in my book, he's still No. 1.