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Fantasy Baseball Player Notes

2024 Fantasy Baseball Draft Notes

Ronald Acuna Jr. Note
Ronald Acuna Jr. photo 1. Ronald Acuna Jr.
Ronald Acuna Jr. is a top pick for all 2024 fantasy leagues. At 25, he showcased his prowess in 2023 by playing 159 games with a .337/.416/.596 slash line. His remarkable performance included 41 homers, 106 RBIs, and 149 runs. Impressively, he also stole 73 bases. Acuna excelled against nearly all pitch types and maintained a low strikeout rate of 11.4%. Despite a slightly lower walk percentage, he redefined a five-category fantasy player. If you have the top pick, don't overthink it.
18 weeks ago
Michael Harris II Note
Michael Harris II photo 10. Michael Harris II
Michael Harris II finished with a .293/.331/.477 slash line, along with 18 homers, 76 runs, and 20 steals. Positioned as the starting center fielder for 2024 with minimal competition, Harris, despite potential bust predictions, offers valuable five-category contributions for fantasy teams. He's not an exciting OF1, but he'll fit the bill if you wait a few rounds.
18 weeks ago
Marcell Ozuna Note
Marcell Ozuna photo 39. Marcell Ozuna
In 2023, Marcell Ozuna shined for the Atlanta Braves, hitting 40 homers in 144 games and posting a .274/.346/.558 batting line. Ranking in the top 98% for both xwOBA (.400) and xSLG (.558), Ozuna is poised for another strong year in 2024, backed by Atlanta's formidable lineup. However, fantasy managers should note he's likely to be DH-only in their lineups.
18 weeks ago
Jarred Kelenic Note
Jarred Kelenic photo 59. Jarred Kelenic
In 2024, 24-year-old Jarred Kelenic could finally fulfill his long-discussed breakout potential. Although labeled as a "Quad-A" player, Kelenic's brief stint in Tacoma showcased his prowess. However, his return to Seattle saw a challenging 31.7% strikeout rate. Despite this, his expected stats outperform his actuals, with an impressive xwOBACON of .458, placing him among the elite. With the trade to Atlanta, he lands in a much better lineup, which is a double-edged sword. He should see plenty of right-handed pitching, and his RBI total should leap. However, he could find himself losing playing time if he struggles. The Braves certainly have a breadth of stud hitters to fill the spot. He is a last-round flier at best.
18 weeks ago
Ramon Laureano Note
Ramon Laureano photo 103. Ramon Laureano
Adam Duvall Note
Adam Duvall photo 104. Adam Duvall
Eddie Rosario Note
Eddie Rosario photo 109. Eddie Rosario
Forrest Wall Note
Forrest Wall photo 282. Forrest Wall
Leury Garcia Note
Leury Garcia photo 288. Leury Garcia
Luke Williams Note
Luke Williams photo 306. Luke Williams
Eli White Note
Eli White photo 341. Eli White
Alejo Lopez Note
Alejo Lopez photo 351. Alejo Lopez
Luis Liberato Note
Luis Liberato photo 355. Luis Liberato