11. Josh Bell
Coming in at number 11 on this list is Josh Bell. Bell has been underwhelming so far and that is putting it nicely. As mentioned in the list, the production that the Guardians are getting from Bell for how much they are paying him ($16.5 million) may make it difficult for the switch-hitter to remain in town. Perhaps a change of scenery would be best for both parties, (another) new setting for Bell while the Guardians utilize the DH role in more of a rotating fashion. This way they can give at-bats to players who are not currently able to crack the lineup often enough and give players a day off their feet without taking their bat out of the lineup. Bell was the highest first baseman and second-highest designated hitter to appear on the list, behind Miami's Jorge Soler at number four.