This early in the offseason, official depth charts for many teams have a Swiss cheese number of holes. Thus, trying to list the current "starter" at each position is an exercise in futility. The best example? Check out the Rays' depth chart as listed on their official website (via Notgraphs):
We knew Ben Zobrist was versatile. I guess we just didn't know how versatile.
Though this alignment might create some defensive issues, using the Zorilla three times in the batting order with his .377 on-base percentage would be a huge plus.