In an effort to put a stop in their revolving door at shortstop, the Cardinals signed their late-season stop-gap Rafael Furcal to a two-year, $14 million contract last winter. It might’ve been a bit much for the switch hitter, who was once the best shortstop in the league (2005) but whose skills have succumbed to age and injury since. Fangraphs’ fans project Furcal to produce 2.0 WAR this year, which is nothing to write home about. (For the record, the fans project erstwhile Cardinal shortstop Brendan Ryan — making $1 million this year — at 2.1 WAR.) Still, it’s more than last-year’s main shortstop, Ryan Theriot, turned in (0.7). In 2011, Theriot, Furcal (0.9) and Tyler Greene (0.1) combined to produce that much.