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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. RF - ATL
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.
17 weeks ago
Bobby Witt Jr. Note
Bobby Witt Jr. photo 2. Bobby Witt Jr. SS - KC
Bobby Witt Jr. showed up for his second season and made strides across the board. The 24-year-old played in 158 games and hit 30 home runs. He also stole 49 bases, scored 97 runs, drove in 96, and slashed .276/.319/.495. The sole knock against Witt is the team he plays for, but that seems like splitting hairs, considering he almost managed to go 100/100 anyway. Witt should be the first shortstop off the board in 2024, and if he's not someone else's, he should be yours.
17 weeks ago
Julio Rodriguez Note
Julio Rodriguez photo 3. Julio Rodriguez CF - SEA
At the end of June 2023, no one would have said Julio Rodriguez should be a first-round pick in 2024 fantasy drafts. The 22-year-old had a slash line of .238/.302/.407 through the first three months of the season. Yet, his post-July performance was remarkable, hitting .312/.364/.561, contributing 32 HRs, 37 SBs, and over 100 runs and RBIs. Despite a 24.5% strikeout rate, his overall .279 average and balanced stats make him a strong OF1 for fantasy managers.
17 weeks ago
Mookie Betts Note
Mookie Betts photo 4. Mookie Betts 2B,SS,RF - LAD
Mookie Betts, at 30, continues to be an elite asset in fantasy baseball with a .307/.408/.579 slash line, 39 homers, 126 runs, and 107 RBIs in 2023. Though his 14 stolen bases are modest, Betts compensates with power and a superb eye, boasting a 13.9% walk rate and an elite 15.4% strikeout rate. He continued to be durable, playing in 152 games with 693 plate appearances. As Betts ages, expect a trade-off of speed for power, yet with a sustained high average. The Dodgers' strong lineup bolsters him, and his multi-position eligibility makes him a dependable, Top-6 fantasy asset.
17 weeks ago
Corbin Carroll Note
Corbin Carroll photo 5. Corbin Carroll LF,CF,RF - ARI
Corbin Carroll arrived on the scene in 2023 and immediately showcased his power and speed, launching 25 homers and swiping 54 bases. He crossed the plate 116 times and notched 76 RBIs. With a solid .362 on-base percentage, Carroll stands out, especially given his top-tier speed, ranked in the 99th percentile. There is concern that his OBP was slightly inflated, which could slightly dampen his numbers, but he is still a solid first-round pick. Carroll's contact skills hint at sustained high-level performance into 2024 and beyond.
17 weeks ago
Kyle Tucker Note
Kyle Tucker photo 6. Kyle Tucker RF - HOU
Kyle Tucker nearly achieved a 30/30 season and topped the American League with 112 RBIs last year. His walk rate hit a career-high of 11.9%, while his strikeout rate dropped to 13.6%. In 5x5 leagues, his .284/.369/.517 line was impressive. Tucker's consistent underlying metrics hint at sustained production, and he is poised for a 35/25 season in 2024. Don't forget about him in the first round on draft day.
17 weeks ago
Fernando Tatis Jr. Note
Fernando Tatis Jr. photo 7. Fernando Tatis Jr. RF - SD
In 2023, Fernando Tatis Jr. showed a deceiving decline, batting .257/.322/.449 post-suspension. Yet, a deeper look reveals a promising expected slash line of .282/.332/.511, with a low BABIP (.299) impacting his performance. Tatis achieved a career-low strikeout rate (22.2%), hitting 25 homers and swiping 29 bases. A weaker team offense hinders him, so his overall stats don't reflect his potential. Avoiding off-field mishaps, Tatis, at 25, is a strong candidate for a significant rebound. He's a steal in drafts if available at a reduced price.
17 weeks ago
Freddie Freeman Note
Freddie Freeman photo 8. Freddie Freeman 1B - LAD
Freddie Freeman has established himself as an irreplaceable cornerstone for the Dodgers, entering 2024 as one of baseball's most consistent and elite performers. At 34, he's defying age-related expectations, showcasing a blend of power, skill, and speed rarely seen at his position. In 2023, Freeman delivered an elite .334 batting average while driving in 101 runs and smashing 28 home runs. He also reached the milestone of 200 hits for the first time in his career. His season was filled with career highs, including 21 stolen bases, 125 runs scored, and 56 doubles, nearing the first 60-double season in the majors since 1936. Heading into 2024, Freddie Freeman isn't just an asset for the Dodgers; he's a fantasy baseball gem, offering a rare mix of average, power, and speed. He should be the first 1B off the board.
17 weeks ago
Juan Soto Note
Juan Soto photo 9. Juan Soto LF,RF - NYY
Juan Soto delivered an impressive 2023 season, overcoming a sluggish start to finish with 35 homers, 109 RBIs, 97 runs, and 12 steals. His outstanding .410 OBP and .519 slugging, highlighted by a stellar 18.6% walk rate, underscore his advanced plate discipline. Despite a slightly higher strikeout rate at 18.2%, Soto remains a top pick, particularly in OBP leagues. Chances are good that the 25-year-old will be playing somewhere other than San Diego before hitting free agency in 2025; however, he is easily a Top-10 draft pick in all fantasy formats.
17 weeks ago
Spencer Strider Note
Spencer Strider photo 10. Spencer Strider SP - ATL
Spencer Strider performed as advertised in 2023. He struck out a ridiculous 281 batters in 186 2/3 innings for a 13.55 K/9. His walk rate dropped for the third straight season, and his xBAA was .205. His outlier was a 3.86 ERA, but don't let this stop you from drafting him, as his xERA was 3.09. Strider is currently the first pitcher off the board in NFBC drafts. He is neck-and-neck with Gerrit Cole for best fantasy SP1.
17 weeks ago
Aaron Judge Note
Aaron Judge photo 11. Aaron Judge CF,RF,DH - NYY
In 2023, Aaron Judge played 106 games, the least since 2019. Despite this, he delivered impressive stats: a .267/.406/.613 slash line with 37 homers. While remarkable, these figures probably disappointed those who expected more from a Top 5 pick. Statcast ranks Judge at the absolute top of several metrics, including xwOBA, xSLG, avgEV, Barrel%, HardHit%, and BB%. Judge remains an offensive powerhouse, but some health risks put him at a better value as a second-round pick in 12-team leagues.
17 weeks ago
Trea Turner Note
Trea Turner photo 12. Trea Turner SS - PHI
Trea Turner struggled in his first season in Philadelphia, leading to the infamous game where his own mother booed him. He eventually turned it around and ended the season, slashing .266/.320/.459 with 102 runs, 76 RBIs, 26 home runs, and 30 stolen bases. Turner's baserunning value remains in the 99th percentile, according to Statcast, and many of his underlying metrics suggest improvement in the 2024 season. At this point, however, Turner's ADP is in the first round in NFBC leagues, and there may be better value elsewhere at shortstop this year.
17 weeks ago
Jose Ramirez Note
Jose Ramirez photo 13. Jose Ramirez 3B,DH - CLE
Jose Ramirez turned in another stellar season in 2023, hitting 24 home runs and stealing 28 bases while slashing .282/.356/.475. His other counting stats took a hit due to a subpar lineup around him. He only knocked in 80 and scored 87 across 156 games. Ramirez will be in his age-31 season, typically a time when stolen bases begin to slow down, but his superb batting skills will continue to have high fantasy value. If Cleveland does not improve the lineup around him, he is a first-round talent in a later-round situation that will leave fantasy managers wanting more.
17 weeks ago
Matt Olson Note
Matt Olson photo 14. Matt Olson 1B - ATL
Matt Olson's 2023 season marked a significant improvement over his 2022 performance. His batting average jumped from .240 to .283, and he saw a notable increase in his on-base percentage (OBP), going from .325 to .389. More impressively, Olson's slugging percentage (SLG) spiked to .604, substantially improving from his .477 in 2022. His home run count highlights this surge in power; he smashed 54 homers with 139 RBI, leading all of MLB. Additionally, Olson played in all 162 games for the formidable Atlanta Braves, a role he will return to in 2024. While Freddie Freeman offers better all-around numbers, Olson is the powerful corner infielder worth a second-round pick.
17 weeks ago
Yordan Alvarez Note
Yordan Alvarez photo 15. Yordan Alvarez LF,DH - HOU
Despite missing 68 games in 2023, Yordan Alvarez showcased his exceptional batting skills. He posted a .293/.407/.583 line with 31 home runs and 97 RBIs, mirroring his 2022 RBI count in fewer games. Statcast ranks him in the 99th percentile for batting run value, underscoring his undeniable value in four fantasy categories. While his 18.5% strikeout rate is notable, his 13.9% walk rate compensates well. Alvarez is an excellent second-round choice for fantasy teams, especially if you're flexible with stolen bases.
17 weeks ago
Bryce Harper Note
Bryce Harper photo 16. Bryce Harper 1B,DH - PHI
Bryce Harper returned triumphantly from elbow surgery in May instead of the predicted July and rewarded every fantasy manager who took a flier on him late in 2023 drafts. He played 126 games and remained an elite hitter in the majors, slashing .293/.401/.499 in the middle of a Phillies lineup that finished sixth in team OPS. Harper is now primarily a DH/1B, which should work just fine in fantasy leagues, and fantasy managers can anticipate a 30/90/90 season with double-digit steals (he stole 11 in '23). After Freddie Freeman is off the board, whether Matt Olson or Harper goes next is a coin flip. A full season of Bryce Harper is never a bad thing to have on your fantasy roster.
17 weeks ago
Austin Riley Note
Austin Riley photo 17. Austin Riley 3B - ATL
Austin Riley continued solidifying his position as the premier power-hitting third baseman in the National League during the 2023 season. He finished with a .281 batting average with 37 home runs and 97 RBIs. His slugging percentage stood at .516, contributing to an OPS of .861. Riley scored 27 more runs than the year before due to being in such a potent lineup. He doesn't walk much and strikes out more than we'd like. But Riley's ability to consistently hit for power while maintaining a reasonable batting average makes him a valuable asset in fantasy baseball, especially considering his position at third base.
17 weeks ago
Rafael Devers Note
Rafael Devers photo 18. Rafael Devers 3B,DH - BOS
At 27 years old, Rafael Devers remains a linchpin in the Red Sox lineup. His 2023 season saw him at the plate 656 times, where he notched 157 hits, including 33 home runs and 100 RBIs, and scored 90 runs. His performance slightly dropped in batting average to .271 from .295 in 2022. Still, he maintained a solid on-base percentage of .351 and a slugging percentage of .500. Devers always seems to be overlooked in fantasy drafts. Still, he is a set-and-forget third baseman who will play 150+ games.
17 weeks ago
Corbin Burnes Note
Corbin Burnes photo 19. Corbin Burnes SP - BAL
Corbin Burnes is in the last year of his contract with the Milwaukee Brewers, and it would be somewhat surprising if he still plays for them at the end of the year. The important thing to note is that his pending free agency makes him an even better draft pick in 2024 than usual. And his "usual" is still elite. Burnes landed at 200 strikeouts in 193 2/3 innings with a 3.39 ERA and microscopic 1.07 WHIP. Hitters struggle to make good contact on Burnes's pitches (avgEV of 86.4), but his K% dropped five percent to 25.5. As the third pitcher in Tier 1, he has the most to gain in 2024 and will make an excellent SP1 in fantasy.
17 weeks ago
Shohei Ohtani Note
Shohei Ohtani photo 20. Shohei Ohtani DH,SP - LAD
Shohei Ohtani remains a fantasy giant, even if he is only a hitter in 2024. Despite playing for an underwhelming Angels team, he delivered 95 RBIs, 102 runs, 44 homers, and 20 steals in 135 games. His recovery from an elbow injury should mirror Bryce Harper's successful return, indicating minimal impact on his elite performance. Statcast ranks Ohtani in the top 98th percentile for batting run value, leading in barrel percentage, exit velocity, and expected slugging. The only concern is the trend of players underperforming after big free-agent deals, but Ohtani's exceptional skill set makes him a solid addition to fantasy lineups. There is a chance he could slip to the second round, which boosts his value even higher.
17 weeks ago
Ozzie Albies Note
Ozzie Albies photo 21. Ozzie Albies 2B - ATL
After an injury-marred 2022 season, Ozzie Albies made a triumphant return in 2023, reasserting himself as one of the premier second basemen in the league. At just 26, Albies has already etched his name as a three-time All-Star and two-time Silver Slugger recipient. The 2023 season saw him play 148 games, boasting a robust 124 OPS+, and delivering a .280/.336/.513 slash line. Albies' power was on full display, with a career-high 33 home runs and 109 RBIs, part of his 68 extra-base hits. This marked improvement in power numbers was complemented by a more patient approach at the plate, evident in his on-base percentage. He also contributed 13 stolen bases. Albie's blend of power, speed, and defense makes him a top fantasy pick, especially at a position not typically known for such prolific power numbers.
17 weeks ago
Zack Wheeler Note
Zack Wheeler photo 22. Zack Wheeler SP - PHI
Zack Wheeler continued his SP1 ways in 2023, racking up 212 strikeouts in 192 innings. His ERA was a little high (for him) at 3.61, and his xFIP supported that at 3.54. Wheeler is in the 95th percentile in BB% (5.0), so you can draft him knowing he will protect your WHIP better than many other aces. He also started 32 games, making his durability an asset as well. Wheeler remains at the top of Tier 2 after the Strider/Cole/Burnes triad, and you can probably get him in the third round.
17 weeks ago
Francisco Lindor Note
Francisco Lindor photo 23. Francisco Lindor SS - NYM
Francisco Lindor had the quietest 31-homer season in recent memory. He also stole 31 bases, scored 108 runs, and drove in 98. To put this in perspective, among shortstops who played 20 games at the position, Lindor's ranks are as follows: Home runs (2nd), runs (1st), RBI (1st), and stolen bases (7th). His incredible fantasy year was buried under the Mets' real-life struggles and underperformance, but make no mistake about it. Lindor is a Top 5 shortstop who is perceived as much lower. Take advantage of the discount if it is available in your leagues.
17 weeks ago
Pete Alonso Note
Pete Alonso photo 24. Pete Alonso 1B - NYM
In 2023, Alonso showcased his home run prowess, belting 46 to finish third in the majors. His batting average disintegrated to .217 from .271 in 2022, and his OBP cratered to .318 from .352. His run production remained high, with 92 runs scored and 118 RBIs over 658 plate appearances. Chances are good that Alonso's ratios will settle somewhere between his 2022 and 2023 numbers. If you're looking for monster counting stats from your first baseman, Alonso has you covered in three categories and most likely will be around in the third round.
17 weeks ago
Marcus Semien Note
Marcus Semien photo 25. Marcus Semien 2B - TEX
Marcus Semien excelled in the 2023 season with a .276 batting average across 670 at-bats. He demonstrated notable power, hitting 28 home runs and driving in 100 RBIs. Over his career, Semien has a .258 average with 215 home runs and 120 stolen bases. For the 2024 season, fantasy managers can look to Semien for consistent power and run production in a powerful lineup that should get even better as the young hitters come into their own. His ability to contribute in multiple categories and projections in the 25 HR and 100 RBI range, along with double-digit steals, should make him the top 2B off the board after Mookie Betts.
17 weeks ago
Corey Seager Note
Corey Seager photo 26. Corey Seager DH,SS - TEX
Corey Seager had an outstanding 2023. His rankings in the American League in batting categories were a batting average of .327 (2nd), OBP of .390 (3rd), SLG of .623 (2nd), and OPS of 1.103 (2nd). Seager's power was on full display, as he smashed 33 home runs, tying him for 5th in the AL, and he led the league in doubles with 42. Even with slight regression in store, the 29-year-old offers exceptional power numbers from a tough position and should be a Top 3 shortstop off the board.
17 weeks ago
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. Note
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. photo 27. Vladimir Guerrero Jr. 1B,DH - TOR
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. played 156 games and raised his walk rate while lowering his strikeout rate. Those were the highlights. Unfortunately, his other numbers took a fall across the board. The good news for 2024 is that Vladdy's expected numbers were more in line with what fantasy managers were looking for when they drafted him. For his age-25 season, he should see a bounce back to mid-30s in homers and close to 100/100 in runs and RBIs. The biggest discrepancy was his .264 average compared to his xBA of .295. Vladdy should be an asset, but he is now a Round 3 or 4 guy.
17 weeks ago
Michael Harris II Note
Michael Harris II photo 28. Michael Harris II CF - ATL
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.
17 weeks ago
Luis Robert Jr. Note
Luis Robert Jr. photo 29. Luis Robert Jr. CF - CWS
In 2023, Luis Robert Jr. finally delivered on his potential, playing 145 games and hitting .264 with 38 homers, 20 steals, 90 runs, and 80 RBIs. Despite Chicago's weak lineup, Robert's performance was a bright spot, showcasing his power-speed blend vital for fantasy outfielders. His limited walks (5.0 BB%) and injury history remain concerns, but his healthy season boosts his draft appeal for 2024.
17 weeks ago
Luis Castillo Note
Luis Castillo photo 30. Luis Castillo SP - SEA
Luis Castillo had a successful first season in Seattle, which was to be expected when he got out of Great American Ball Park. Castillo struck out 219 batters in 197 innings and started 33 games for the Mariners, striking out 10.01 K/9 and a 27.3 K%. One negative on his report card was his xERA of 3.82 and xFIP of 3.81, suggesting his 3.34 ERA may have been a bit lucky. Also of note was his 1.28 HR/9, which was the highest it had been since 2018. There is a lot to like about Castillo, but he is one of the more volatile pitchers in Tier 2.
17 weeks ago
Gunnar Henderson Note
Gunnar Henderson photo 31. Gunnar Henderson 3B,SS - BAL
Gunnar Henderson had an atrocious start to the 2023 season. He ended April with a .189 batting average and 29 strikeouts in 92 plate appearances, and May wasn't much better. In June, however, the stud prospect version appeared, and fantasy managers everywhere were rewarded for their patience. Henderson should continue his growth in his second full year in the majors, and a powerful Orioles lineup should keep his counting stats up. He is going to cost you, but the rewards could be league-winning.
17 weeks ago
Bo Bichette Note
Bo Bichette photo 32. Bo Bichette SS - TOR
Bo Bichette had a down year in 2023, which kept him in line with more than one of his Blue Jays teammates. He batted .306, albeit with an inflated .355 BABIP, and hit 20 home runs. However, he scored only 69 runs and knocked in 73. He only swiped five bags in a year when stolen bases went up across the board. Since counting stats in the lineup are dependent on production around him, Bichette should see a bounceback in 2024 and land somewhere in the 90/90 range. The 25-year-old will help with batting average and could end up a steal in the fourth round, but the allure of him having first-round value is no more.
17 weeks ago
Pablo Lopez Note
Pablo Lopez photo 33. Pablo Lopez SP - MIN
Pablo Lopez had a great first year in Minnesota and established himself as their SP1. He threw 194 innings and struck out 234 batters. Lopez ended the season with a 3.86 ERA and 1.18, but his xERA was much lower at 3.00 with an xFIP of 3.25. Statcast has him ranked in the 98th percentile of pitching run value, and he may come at a small discount compared to where his projections have him. Lopez isn't a flashy SP1 for fantasy managers, but he offers stellar stats and consistency, which ain't bad.
17 weeks ago
George Kirby Note
George Kirby photo 34. George Kirby SP - SEA
George Kirby has a lot of stats to love, but the one that jumps off the page is that he walked 19 batters in 190 2/3 innings. He struck out 172 batters and carried a 3.35 ERA with 1.04 WHIP. Both his xERA and xFIP were higher than his actual numbers, but he started 31 games, and there is nothing overtly alarming in his underlying metrics. Kirby will cost you a fourth or fifth-round pick in 2024, but there is no better anchor for your ratios.
17 weeks ago
Kevin Gausman Note
Kevin Gausman photo 35. Kevin Gausman SP - TOR
Kevin Gausman had a great second season north of the border, pitching 185 innings and striking out 237. His 11.53 K/9 was the second-highest of his career, but his walk rate went back up to 7.2% from his career low in 2022 (3.9). He has a couple of questionable metrics, namely his 3.87 xERA compared to his actual 3.16 ERA. His xFIP ended at 3.22, though, so chances are good that number will settle somewhere in the middle. His 31.1% strikeout rate might come back down to earth a little as well. Gausman is a good SP1 from Tier 2.
17 weeks ago
Elly De La Cruz Note
Elly De La Cruz photo 36. Elly De La Cruz 3B,SS - CIN
Elly De La Cruz might be the most exciting and riskiest player on the board. He has a ton of potential that he occasionally flashed in his rookie season. For instance, he stole 35 bases in only 98 games and is in the 100th percentile in sprint speed at 30.5. He also hit the ball hard... when he hit it. His K%, Whiff%, and Chase% are all in the "highly undesirable" range, which drove his OBP down to .300. The primary question for fantasy managers is: When do you believe he will figure out major league pitching? De La Cruz's minor league stats suggest that day will come, and as part of Cincinnati's wave of the future, the 21-year-old will have a very long leash to figure things out in 2024. If you want his potential on your fantasy team, you will have to grab him earlier than you probably want. I'd stay away from him until the fifth round in 2024.
17 weeks ago
Jose Altuve Note
Jose Altuve photo 37. Jose Altuve 2B - HOU
Jose Altuve began the season dealing with an injury he sustained in the World Baseball Classic. Upon his return, he delivered a stellar .311 batting average and .915 OPS in the 2023 season over 360 at-bats. His 14 home runs and 51 RBIs showcased his power, while 14 stolen bases highlighted his agility on the basepaths. Altuve's career stats, with a .307 average, 209 home runs, and 293 stolen bases, emphasize his long-term consistency and multi-dimensional play​​​​. In the 2023 postseason, he maintained a solid .286 average, adding to his reputation for performing in high-pressure situations. Altuve remains a prime fantasy pick in 2024, offering reliability in batting average and diverse category contributions.
17 weeks ago
Randy Arozarena Note
Randy Arozarena photo 38. Randy Arozarena CF,DH,LF - TB
Randy Arozarena stands out for his reliable performance, appearing in over 140 games for three consecutive seasons and achieving a 20/20 in each. While he has a solid walk rate of 12.2%, his batting average and strikeout rate rank in the 35th percentile. While these stats limit his reach as a comprehensive fantasy contributor, his power at the plate is undeniable. Arozarena is a dependable choice, and fantasy managers can bank on another 20/20 season in 2024.
17 weeks ago
Adolis Garcia Note
Adolis Garcia photo 39. Adolis Garcia CF,DH,RF - TEX
In 2023, Adolis Garcia smashed 39 home runs, notched 107 RBIs, and scored 106 runs, contributing significantly to his team's World Series victory. Although his stolen bases dipped to nine, his impressive stats in xSLG, AvgEV, Barrel%, and Hard Hit% show no signs of decline. Fantasy managers should be cautious during drafts, as his excellent postseason performance could inflate his value. Now a robust three-category player, Garcia is a complex but potentially rewarding pick.
17 weeks ago
Zac Gallen Note
Zac Gallen photo 40. Zac Gallen SP - ARI
Zac Gallen had a dominant 2023 and finished third in the NL Cy Young race. The 28-year-old tossed 210 innings and struck out 220 with a 3.47 ERA and 1.11 WHIP. If we include the postseason, Gallen threw 243 2/3 innings, 60 innings more than his previous high. He gave up a lot of hard contact, and his xERA was 4.16. Gallen's xFIP was 3.49 on the plus side, and he continued to strike out more than one batter per inning. Gallen is a risky SP1, and his cost (currently in the third round) looks pretty high, given all the red flags heading into 2024.
17 weeks ago
Tyler Glasnow Note
Tyler Glasnow photo 41. Tyler Glasnow SP - LAD
Tyler Glasnow returned with a vengeance in 2023. Upon his return from Tommy John surgery, he threw 120 innings and struck out 162 batters. His 33.4 K% is in the 97th percentile, and his fastball velocity sat in the 96-mph range. His ERA was 3.53, but his xFIP was 2.75, suggesting that he dealt with some bad luck. (And if you know Glasnow, you know that he has dealt with a lot of bad luck in his career.) His WHIP also remained low at 1.08. Now, he joins a burgeoning SuperTeam in the Dodgers, where he will remain for the foreseeable future. He offers so much strikeout upside that it doesn't really matter where he plays. He would be in my Tier 1 of pitchers except for his injury history, which knocks him down ever so slightly.
17 weeks ago
Logan Webb Note
Logan Webb photo 42. Logan Webb SP - SF
If you dig the ground ball, Logan Webb might be your soulmate. The 27-year-old is in the 99th percentile of GB% at 62.7 and BB% of 3.6. He struck out 194 batters in 216 innings pitched, so while he is not the strikeout artist of an SP1, he will do wonders for your ratios. And if you're interested in a durable starter, Webb started 33 games last year and 32 games the year before. Webb is a set-and-forget guy who rarely blows up, protecting your weekly numbers as well.
17 weeks ago
Tarik Skubal Note
Tarik Skubal photo 43. Tarik Skubal SP - DET
Tarik Skubal arrived in 2023 and quickly became the Detroit ace. He started 15 games for the Tigers, throwing 80 1/3 innings and striking out 102 batters. More impressively, he ended with a 2.80 ERA and 0.90 WHIP. On top of that, his xERA was 2.30, and his xFIP was 2.56, which suggests that his production was not an aberration. Looking ahead to 2024, Skubal slots in as an SP2 with an SP1 ceiling that is hard to ignore. He is worth targeting in the fourth or fifth rounds of drafts.
17 weeks ago
CJ Abrams Note
CJ Abrams photo 44. CJ Abrams SS - WSH
CJ Abrams showed remarkable progress in the 2023 season. At just 23, Abrams became a significant asset for fantasy baseball managers, especially for his speed on the bases. In the 2023 regular season, Abrams showcased his potential by hitting .245 with 18 home runs and 64 RBIs over 563 at-bats. His OPS stood at .712. Abrams' real value, however, lies in his base-stealing abilities. He swiped 47 bases, ranking 3rd in the NL, and this aspect of his game will be particularly valuable in fantasy leagues where stolen bases are a premium. Heading into the 2024 season, fantasy managers should consider Abrams a high-upside player, particularly for stolen bases and runs scored, with potential for batting average and power growth. His youth and displayed talent suggests that he could continue to develop into an even more impactful player in the coming years.
17 weeks ago
Manny Machado Note
Manny Machado photo 45. Manny Machado 3B,DH - SD
Manny Machado had a down year by his standards and by the standards of fantasy managers who took him early in 2023 drafts. In 138 games, he hit 30 home runs and drove in 91, which is in line with his career average. However, his batting average (.258) and OBP (.319) did not hold up their end of the bargain. Of course, neither did the Padres All-Star lineup. According to Statcast, he is right around average in Batting Run Value, which should drop his draft cost considerably, and his counting numbers may not hold steady with the departure of Juan Soto in the offseason. When you take into consideration the overall increase in talent at 3B and couple it with an aging Machado (he will turn 32 in July), there may be better value on the board in 2024.
17 weeks ago
Yoshinobu Yamamoto Note
Yoshinobu Yamamoto photo 46. Yoshinobu Yamamoto SP - LAD
Yoshinobu Yamamoto will arrive in MLB with the powerhouse Dodgers in 2024, and while there may be an adjustment period for the 25-year-old, it shouldn't last too long. Yamamoto should come close to 200 strikeouts, though his ERA is projected to be near 4.00. However, as with all pitchers on outstanding teams, he does have slightly more win equity than others. As part of the $1 billion package that Los Angeles dropped on Yamamoto and Shohei Ohtani, the former's ADP seems somewhat inflated for a pitcher who has yet to face MLB hitters. He will cost you a sixth-round draft pick, and there may be better value elsewhere that early.
17 weeks ago
Aaron Nola Note
Aaron Nola photo 47. Aaron Nola SP - PHI
Aaron Nola had a mixed bag of results for fantasy teams in 2023. He threw 193 2/3 innings across 32 starts, so durability was not an issue. He struck out 202 batters and maintained his excellent BB% (5.7) for a WHIP of 1.15. His ERA, however, was an unseemly 4.46, and he gave up a career-high 1.49 HR/9. Nola's xERA and xFIP suggest improvement in ERA for 2024, and he has started precisely 32 games each of the last three seasons. In the offseason, he signed a seven-year, $172 million contract with the Phillies, a significant deal for a guy who will turn 31 in June. The perception of Nola is that he is an SP1, but his stats suggest grabbing someone to anchor your staff in 2024 and slot him in as an SP2.
17 weeks ago
Freddy Peralta Note
Freddy Peralta photo 48. Freddy Peralta SP - MIL
In 2023, Freddy Peralta finished sixth in K/9 among qualified starting pitchers who threw 100 or more innings. He struck out 210 batters in only 165 2/3 innings across 30 starts. His ERA was high at 3.86, but his xERA was 3.35, and his xFIP was 3.42. Peralta occasionally gives up hard contact, and his 1.4 HR/9 isn't great, but his 3.89 K/BB ratio was good for the 23rd-best in the majors. He will turn 28 in June, and even though he threw the most innings of his career last year, there isn't much to be concerned about. Slot him in as an SP2 that you can probably grab in the fifth or sixth round.
17 weeks ago
Mike Trout Note
Mike Trout photo 49. Mike Trout CF,DH - LAA
Mike Trout's performance in 2023 showcased his exceptional hitting abilities, though injuries limited him to just 82 games. Averaging slightly over 100 games annually since 2016 (excluding the 2020 shortened season), Trout's recent playing time has been inconsistent, with 82, 119, and 36 games in the last three seasons. His .263/.367/.490 slash line last season reflected a dip that can likely be attributed to a wrist injury. At 32, Trout's base-stealing days are behind him, with only 17 steals in the past five years. Additionally, his lineup may no longer include Shohei Ohtani. While a fully healthy Trout could warrant a first or second-round fantasy pick, relying on his full-season availability is risky. Trout remains a viable OF1, but drafting him as an OF2 with a plan for potential absences might be more prudent.
17 weeks ago
Framber Valdez Note
Framber Valdez photo 50. Framber Valdez SP - HOU
Framber Valdez took a step back in 2023 but still pitched 198 innings of stellar ball for the Astros. He ended with a 3.46 ERA, though his 4.33 xERA suggests he was lucky. On the other hand, his xFIP was 3.39, and he was one of 17 pitchers who struck out 200 or more. Valdez remains a cheat code in leagues with Quality Starts as a category. Even in traditional 5x5 leagues, he is an excellent SP2 with SP1 upside that you can probably get in the fifth round.
17 weeks ago
Edwin Diaz Note
Edwin Diaz photo 51. Edwin Diaz RP - NYM
Edwin Diaz was in line for another stellar campaign when a patellar tendon tear ended his season during the World Baseball Classic. We'll just run it back for 2024, though, as Diaz's Statcast page shows that he leads the world in almost every pitching metric. The 29-year-old probably won't come with much of a discount in 2024, and the latest reports are that he is fully healthy. Diaz is a minimal-risk, extremely-high reward reliever.
17 weeks ago
Josh Hader Note
Josh Hader photo 52. Josh Hader RP - HOU
Josh Hader experienced the bounceback foretold last offseason. He dropped his ERA from 5.22 to 1.28, which was much more in line with his career numbers. He struck out 85 batters in 56 1/3 innings and collected 33 saves. His elite xBA of .157 is in the 100th percentile, and batters have yet to figure out how to get any barrel on the Southpaw's pitches. Hader's downfall will always be his BB% (13.0), but fantasy managers inclined to take a closer early in drafts should feel confident they're getting one of the top two here.
17 weeks ago
Royce Lewis Note
Royce Lewis photo 53. Royce Lewis 3B,DH - MIN
Royce Lewis is the latest Minnesota Twin to offer superstar-level stats with an unfortunate injury-prone profile. In 58 games last season, Lewis smacked 15 home runs, drove in 52 runs, and slashed .309/.372/.548. His average was inflated (xBA .265), but the power is very real. The 24-year-old's xwOBACON is .410; even though his xSLG was lower, it was still .476. An entire season of Lewis has first-round upside, but fantasy managers should draft him expecting fewer games. With a bit of luck, Lewis avoids becoming Byron Buxton 2.0, and those who draft him will be rewarded handsomely.
17 weeks ago
Max Fried Note
Max Fried photo 54. Max Fried SP - ATL
Max Fried dealt with a couple of injuries in 2023, which limited him to 14 starts and 77 2/3 innings. He made the most of those innings, though, with a 2.55 ERA and 1.13 WHIP. While fantasy managers shouldn't chase wins, Fried's 8-1 record is notable because of the team he plays for. If he continues with his current pitching profile (Pitching Run-Value of 88, according to Statcast), the wins should come thanks to the prolific Braves offense. Fried does not give up much in the way of hard hits, and his ground ball percentage of 59.2 lands in the 97th percentile. He will be a solid SP1 if you wait until the fifth or sixth round to start your pitching staff.
17 weeks ago
Cody Bellinger Note
Cody Bellinger photo 55. Cody Bellinger 1B,CF,DH,RF - CHC
Cody Bellinger notably outperformed expectations with a .307/.356/.525 slash line against his predicted .270/.331/.437. He is returning to the Cubs on a three-year, $80 million contract with opt-outs after each of the first two years. Wrigley Field is a great landing spot for him overall, but Bellinger presents a challenge for fantasy managers, with caution advised due to the typical decline following a standout season. While a 20/20 season is plausible, managers should temper expectations for a repeat of his 2023 performance.
17 weeks ago
Paul Goldschmidt Note
Paul Goldschmidt photo 56. Paul Goldschmidt 1B,DH - STL
Paul Goldschmidt continued to do what he does, albeit at a lesser pace than his torrid 2022. He hit 25 home runs, scored 89 runs, knocked in 80, and stole 11 bases. He continued to be a picture of stability, playing in over 150 games for the eighth year in a row (excluding 2020). His batting average tumbled from .317 to .268, and his slugging fell to .447 from .578. Essentially, the regression that we expected hit, yet he still had an overall productive season. Looking ahead, fantasy managers can probably expect numbers in line with 2023.
17 weeks ago
Adley Rutschman Note
Adley Rutschman photo 57. Adley Rutschman C,DH - BAL
Adley Rutschman arrived in 2023 in a big way. He slashed .277/.374/.435 and hit 20 home runs, drove in 80, and scored 84 times. The upstart Orioles offense is loaded with weapons, and the 26-year-old should continue to bat at the top of it. He will never steal bases, but he will protect your ratios better than any other catcher on the board. Don't be surprised when he is the first backstop drafted in 2024.
17 weeks ago
Jazz Chisholm Jr. Note
Jazz Chisholm Jr. photo 58. Jazz Chisholm Jr. CF - MIA
Jazz Chisholm's 2022 season with the Miami Marlins was limited to 97 games due to injuries. Despite this, he showcased his talent with 19 home runs and 22 stolen bases. His advanced metrics indicated struggles, notably with a high strikeout rate over 30% and a drop in walk rate. Chisholm also experienced a decrease in sprint speed, ranking in the 78th percentile, likely impacted by a turf toe injury, which was surgically addressed in October. Looking ahead to 2024, if he stays healthy, Chisholm has the potential to achieve over 20 home runs and 20 stolen bases, along with 70-80 RBIs and runs. However, he will no longer be eligible as a second baseman, affecting his versatility in fantasy lineups.
17 weeks ago
Nolan Jones Note
Nolan Jones photo 59. Nolan Jones 1B,LF,RF - COL
Nolan Jones made a significant impact in the 2023 season, showcasing his power and speed as a 20/20 player in Colorado. With an impressive .297/.389/.542 slash line and a strong Barrel% of 15.7, Jones is a reliable source of power and on-base ability (xwOBACON .475). However, his high .401 BABIP suggests his batting average might decline. Despite a high strikeout rate around 30%, Jones's combination of power, walks, and 15-20 stolen bases, especially in Coors Field, makes him a valuable fantasy asset, albeit with a potential downside in batting average.
17 weeks ago
Emmanuel Clase Note
Emmanuel Clase photo 60. Emmanuel Clase RP - CLE
Emmanuel Clase led all of baseball with 44 saves, and he did so with a 7.93 K/9. His secret is a GB% of 56.6, which is in the 93rd percentile. His ERA, however, took a precipitous jump from 1.36 to 3.22. If you're planning to use an early-round draft pick on a closer, there are three Tier 1 guys before Clase, who seems a bit more of a risk in 2024.
17 weeks ago
Oneil Cruz Note
Oneil Cruz photo 61. Oneil Cruz SS - PIT
Oneil Cruz suffered another ankle injury in 2023, which limited him to only nine games, though he did steal three bases in that small sample. Cruz has all the talent in the world, but recurrent ankle injuries pose a risk going forward. He will be 25 years old during the 2024 season, so there is still plenty of time for the former top prospect to turn his career around. The question is whether or not you're willing to pay the cost to take that chance.
17 weeks ago
Christian Yelich Note
Christian Yelich photo 62. Christian Yelich LF,DH - MIL
In 2023, Christian Yelich bounced back impressively, showcasing a potent mix of power and speed with 19 homers, 106 runs, 76 RBIs, and 28 steals. His .278 batting average matched his expected average, underlined by a top-tier Hard-Hit% in the 93rd percentile. Yelich's on-base skills shone, too, reaching a .370 OBP, partly thanks to the new shift rules. Despite a less-than-stellar Brewers lineup, he surpassed 100 runs, a trend likely to continue in 2024. While nagging back issues are a concern, a healthy Yelich offers strong outfield value, fitting comfortably as an OF3 with potential for more.
17 weeks ago
Blake Snell Note
Blake Snell photo 63. Blake Snell SP - SF
Blake Snell won the 2023 NL Cy Young Award, but will come with plenty of risk in 2024. As of right now, we don't know where he will be, which is part of the battle, but his 2.25 ERA last year was a mirage. Snell's xERA was 3.77, and xFIP was 3.62. In the positive column, he struck out 234 batters in 180 innings and was one of only 11 qualified starters with an 11 K/9 or higher. If walks drive you crazy, don't even consider the 31-year-old, but if you need strikeouts and plan to have ratio help elsewhere, Snell can be a nice SP2.
17 weeks ago
Logan Gilbert Note
Logan Gilbert photo 64. Logan Gilbert SP - SEA
Logan Gilbert pitched 190 2/3 innings, struck out 189 batters, and ended with a 3.73 ERA and 1.08 WHIP. The 26-year-old offered an elite BB% of 4.7, and his xERA and xFIP are in line with his actual numbers. Gilbert has started 32 games in each of the last two years, so the durability is there. He has an average K% and Whiff%, which keeps him out of an elite SP tier, but he is a solid SP3 with SP2 upside for those who want to take that risk.
17 weeks ago
Grayson Rodriguez Note
Grayson Rodriguez photo 65. Grayson Rodriguez SP - BAL
I think it's fair to say that Grayson Rodriguez stumbled onto the scene in 2023. In the first half of the season, the rookie threw 45 1/3 innings and gave up 13 home runs and 21 walks on his way to a 7.35 ERA and a trip back to Triple-A. When he returned, the prospect everyone wanted to see arrived. He allowed only three home runs over his final 76 2/3 innings and finished that half with a 2.58 ERA. The good news is that the 24-year-old's second season should be more in line with the latter half of 2023. With a 94th percentile (97.4 mph) fastball velocity, Rodriguez is best considered an SP3 with an SP2 upside in 2024.
17 weeks ago
Camilo Doval Note
Camilo Doval photo 66. Camilo Doval RP - SF
Camilo Doval finished 2023 tied for the National League lead in saves with 39. He offers an elite mix of offerings, with his slider and cutter leading the way. His strikeout rate is 31.0 percent, xBA is .203, and he is in the 88th percentile of GB% at 52.5. Doval should cross the 35-save mark again in 2024, making him the last of the Tier 1 closers.
17 weeks ago
Alex Bregman Note
Alex Bregman photo 67. Alex Bregman 3B - HOU
Alex Bregman will turn 30 in 2024, and yet, he just keeps plugging away at the hot corner in Houston. He actually improved on all of his 2022 stats last season, hitting 25 homers, knocking in 98, and crossing the plate 103 times. His consistency in ratios is impressive, and fantasy managers can expect numbers in the ballpark of .265/.365/.450. He doesn't strike out and mashes lefties. Bregman is the overlooked-because-he's-boring guy that you can steal in the ninth round or later, and he should be well worth the pick.
17 weeks ago
Gleyber Torres Note
Gleyber Torres photo 68. Gleyber Torres 2B - NYY
Gleyber Torres rewarded fantasy managers who took a chance on him in 2023. He hit 25 home runs, stole 13 bases, and scored 90 runs in an offense that lacked Aaron Judge for two-thirds of the season. Now that Juan Soto is in tow, Torres should creep to the century mark in runs, and he no longer comes with the baggage of a bad K%. He reduced his strikeout rate from 22.6 percent to 14.6, and he used that increased contact to raise his batting average to .273 (xBA .283) and his OBP to .347 without losing anything in his slugging. Torres is a Top 10 second baseman in 2024.
17 weeks ago
Zach Eflin Note
Zach Eflin photo 69. Zach Eflin SP - TB
Before 2023, Zach Eflin received an abundance of "sleeper" predictions because of the Tampa Bump. Pitchers going TO the Rays are targets. Pitchers going away from them are typically labeled busts. It was difficult to believe a guy with a career ERA over 4.00 would suddenly be worth chasing. Alas, Eflin bought into his hype, apparently. He had a career-high K/9 of 9.42, striking out 186 batters in 177 2/3 innings. He ended with an ERA of 3.50, and his xFIP of 3.12 suggests he was even better than that. His WHIP was 1.02 thanks to a BB% of 3.4 and a Chase% of 34. Eflin's 2024 outlook suggests some regression but nothing to scare fantasy managers away from his SP3 draft price.
17 weeks ago
Kyle Schwarber Note
Kyle Schwarber photo 70. Kyle Schwarber LF,DH - PHI
Kyle Schwarber is one of the most predictable players in fantasy baseball. He will hit bombs (40+). He will score runs (100+). He is going to drive in teammates (100+). And he will absolutely crater your batting average (.197 in 2023). These stats seem like a "The sun rises in the East" type of guarantee. Schwarber does get on base, thanks to a 17.5% walk rate, and he continued to hit atop a powerful Phillies batting order. You just need to decide if you're punting the average category before you take him because you don't get to be surprised by it later.
17 weeks ago
Nico Hoerner Note
Nico Hoerner photo 71. Nico Hoerner 2B,SS - CHC
Nico Hoerner impressed in 2023 with a .283 batting average and 43 stolen bases, highlighting his speed and versatility. Earning a Rawlings NL Gold Glove, he excelled defensively while being a consistent offensive contributor, scoring 98 runs and amassing 175 hits. His ability to consistently reach base reflected in 688 plate appearances, and his prowess on the basepaths make him a valuable fantasy asset. Going into 2024, Hoerner is poised to continue his multi-category contributions, with a particular emphasis on stolen bases and runs, making him a solid pick in fantasy baseball.
17 weeks ago
Christian Walker Note
Christian Walker photo 72. Christian Walker 1B - ARI
Will Christian Walker remain a sleeper first baseman for the third year in a row, or are people finally onto his production? The 32-year-old hit 33 home runs and drove in 103 while slashing .258/.333/.497 for an exciting Arizona lineup. Walker has an impressive K% (19.2) and xwOBACON (.380), and he has also remained healthy, playing 160 games in 2022 and 157 last year. While he is not a full sleeper in 2024, he is still the cheapest of the top 1B options, going in the fifth or sixth round in most drafts. Don't be afraid to wait - the return on investment will be worth it.
17 weeks ago
Bryan Reynolds Note
Bryan Reynolds photo 73. Bryan Reynolds CF,DH,LF,RF - PIT
Bryan Reynolds, consistently selected in the 8th or 9th rounds, delivers reliable value in those slots. Though his batting average has dipped below .270 in recent seasons, he maintains steady on-base skills with a potential for over 20 homers annually. His 12 stolen bases last season reflect adaptability to new baserunning rules, offering a well-rounded fantasy profile. After signing an eight-year extension with the Pirates in 2023, Reynolds epitomizes a stable and dependable fantasy option.
17 weeks ago
Bobby Miller Note
Bobby Miller photo 74. Bobby Miller SP - LAD
Bobby Miller throws hard. He has a fastball velocity in the 98th percentile (98.9 mph), and the speed did not transfer to a high Whiff%. The 24-year-old started 22 games for the Dodgers, and he should have no issue sliding into their 2024 rotation. And it won't be hard to justify anyone wearing a Dodgers uniform this year. His ERA is projected to sit around 4.00, but the win equity and solid pitching organization give him slightly more upside. If you feel the need for speed, he's your guy. But if you feel the need for strikeouts, he doesn't offer a ton. He slots in as an SP3/4.
17 weeks ago
J.T. Realmuto Note
J.T. Realmuto photo 75. J.T. Realmuto C - PHI
J.T. Realmuto's run as the clear No. 1 catcher in fantasy may be over. Realmuto's batting average and OBP have fallen to below-average, and he may fall in the Phillies batting order as a result. Make no mistake, though, that he still offers double-digit upside in homers and steals, which makes him a valuable backstop, even if he now has competition at the top.
17 weeks ago
Will Smith Note
Will Smith photo 76. Will Smith C - LAD
Will Smith has become an Ol' Reliable of the catching position in fantasy baseball. He only played in 126 games, which suppressed his home run total (19) to below 20 for the first time since 2020. Smith hits in the middle of the powerful Dodgers lineup, and his counting stats should continue being boosted because of it. His Statcast hitting profile shows that he excels at patience, though his batting average will hover in the .260 range. Smith should be the third catcher off the board somewhere in the early middle rounds.
17 weeks ago
Jesus Luzardo Note
Jesus Luzardo photo 77. Jesus Luzardo SP - MIA
Jesus Luzardo was on a lot of 2023 sleeper lists, and he lived up to the billing. He struck out 208 batters in 178 2/3 innings with a 3.58 ERA and 1.21 WHIP. Heading into his age-26 season, he is stretched out and ready to throw 180+ innings in 2024. Luzardo should stay north of 10 K/9, and even though there is some risk in him being prone to walks and home runs, he is a high-upside starter who can fill an SP3 slot comfortably.
17 weeks ago
Triston Casas Note
Triston Casas photo 78. Triston Casas 1B - BOS
Triston Casas is the next star at the first base position. He took a leap in 2023 at the age of 23, hitting 24 home runs in 132 games with an impressive slash line of .263/.367/.490. He is in the 93rd percentile of BB% at 13.9 and the 92nd percentile in xwOBA at .370. His counting stats weren't great, only tallying 65 RBIs and 66 runs, but this should improve with the return of some key Boston players. He might come at a wild discount, going in the early 100s, but this will be the last time you will be able to get him there. He is worth reaching for because chances are good he will outproduce his ADP.
17 weeks ago
Raisel Iglesias Note
Raisel Iglesias photo 79. Raisel Iglesias RP - ATL
Raisel Iglesias finished in the Top 10 in saves with 33 last season. This number might seem low, but the Atlanta Braves didn't have many save opportunities while routinely blowing out opponents. Iglesias remains elite in Chase% (35.4), but batters lit up his fastball and sinker more than in past seasons. Iglesias will remain a Tier 2 closer because of the team he plays for, but look out for that to continue to be a double-edged sword when it comes to saves. There are other relievers with more ratio upside later in the draft.
17 weeks ago
Nolan Arenado Note
Nolan Arenado photo 80. Nolan Arenado 3B - STL
Nolan Arenado hit 26 home runs in 2023, his first year below 30 since 2014 (excluding 2020). He also fell short of 100 RBIs for the first time since that year, too, coming in at 93. Essentially, Arenado showed signs of decline with an average slash line of .266/.315/.459. At age 32, it's difficult to know if this was the new normal or a perfect storm of unfortunate breaks that hit the Cardinals as a team. It is hard to justify passing on higher-upside players in the general vicinity of Arenado's ADP. However, he and Alex Bregman constitute the "boring veteran" section of the 3B position, and fantasy managers could certainly do worse.
17 weeks ago
Joe Ryan Note
Joe Ryan photo 81. Joe Ryan SP - MIN
Joe Ryan started 29 games for the Twins last year, ending up with an ERA (4.51) that was almost a full run higher than in 2022 (3.55). His xERA last year, though, was 3.53, and chances are good that he was just snakebit by a .305 BABIP. He also gave up a lot of hard contact (1.78 HR/9), but he struck out 197 batters and walked fewer than two per game. He should bounce back nicely in 2024, and you can draft him in the ninth round to be your SP2 or SP3.
17 weeks ago
William Contreras Note
William Contreras photo 82. William Contreras C,DH - MIL
William Contreras arrived in 2023 and produced at a Top 10 catcher rate for the entire season. He provides a nice balance of power and average from the backstop position, hitting 17 home runs and slashing .289/.367/.457. Nothing stands out as something fantasy managers will have to "account for" when drafting him, ideally past the eighth round.
17 weeks ago
Xander Bogaerts Note
Xander Bogaerts photo 83. Xander Bogaerts 2B,SS - SD
Xander Bogaerts signed an 11-year contract with the Padres to join what looked like a deep lineup but turned out to be disappointing. The 31-year-old had 19 home runs and 19 stolen bases (a career-high), but his other counting stats took a hit. He slashed .285/.350/.440, but his expected slash numbers were .255/.318/.401. Those red flags should steer fantasy managers off the shortstop until later rounds at the earliest. With news he will gain second-base eligibility in 2024, his value gets a slight boost, but only if he falls to you.
17 weeks ago
Justin Steele Note
Justin Steele photo 84. Justin Steele SP - CHC
Justin Steele was in the NL Cy Young conversation for much of the 2023 season, finishing fifth when all was said and done. The 28-year-old had an elite BB% (5.0), and batters struggled to barrel up his pitches. He has hovered in the 24% K-rate for each of his three seasons, but last year's 1.17 WHIP is due for some regression in 2024. Steele is a difficult pitcher to assess, but he should serve as a nice SP3 at his current ADP.
17 weeks ago
Seiya Suzuki Note
Seiya Suzuki photo 85. Seiya Suzuki DH,RF - CHC
In 2023, Seiya Suzuki found his groove with the Cubs, showcasing the skills fantasy managers anticipated in 2022. At 29, he presents a balanced offensive profile, combining a solid batting average with respectable power. His discerning eye at the plate (19.8% Chase rate) and solid walk rate (10.1%) add to his value. While Suzuki may not top the fantasy charts, he's a reliable option as an OF3/4 in most fantasy setups.
17 weeks ago
Ha-Seong Kim Note
Ha-Seong Kim photo 86. Ha-Seong Kim 2B,3B,SS - SD
Entering the 2024 season, Ha-Seong Kim has established himself as a valuable asset for fantasy baseball managers. At 28 years old, Kim's versatility on the field is evident with his multi-positional eligibility. His performance in 2023 was impressive, as he racked up 84 runs, 140 hits, 17 home runs, and an exceptional 38 stolen bases, ranking fifth in the NL for steals. This was a significant increase from his 12 stolen bases in 2022. Kim had 626 plate appearances and 538 at-bats during the season, highlighting his consistent presence in the lineup. His advanced metrics indicate an increased comfort at the plate, reflected in his improved walk and strikeout rates and his on-base plus slugging (OPS) reaching .749. Kim's blend of speed, improving power, and position versatility make him a strong asset for fantasy teams. His growth at the plate and on the field suggests the potential for an even more impactful 2024 season.
17 weeks ago
Andres Munoz Note
Andres Munoz photo 87. Andres Munoz RP - SEA
Andres Munoz started 2023 in a "closer by duo" situation with Paul Sewald, but he should have the ninth inning to himself in 2024. He dealt with some injuries last season, which limited him to only 52 game appearances. Instead of the lights-out reliever we saw in 2022, fantasy managers dealt with a decrease in K% and massive increase in BB%. The good news is that he still has an elite Whiff% (39.4) and induces ground balls at a 59-percent rate. Munoz should rack up 25 saves with a K/9 around 12.0. He is a solid Tier 2 RP in 2024.
17 weeks ago
Cole Ragans Note
Cole Ragans photo 88. Cole Ragans SP,RP - KC
Cole Ragans arrived on the scene in 2023 and has quickly risen to the top of the Darlings of Fantasy Baseball. It's not hard to see why. In 96 innings, the 26-year-old struck out 113 batters while maintaining a stellar 3.47 ERA and 1.16 WHIP. His fastball touches 96, but his changeup that induced a 35.6 Whiff% is the pitch that made him rise up draft boards this season. Projections have his ERA landing closer to 4.00 and his K% dropping a few points to the 25 range. (This is still solid.) As with every hot name in draft season, balancing value with excitement is essential. His current ADP of 101 feels right, considering we're not sure what we'll get from an entire season.
17 weeks ago
Joe Musgrove Note
Joe Musgrove photo 89. Joe Musgrove SP - SD
Joe Musgrove dealt with an injury-plagued 2023, where he started only 17 games for the underperforming Padres. He pitched 97 1/3 innings and struck out 97 batters with a 3.05 ERA and 1.14 WHIP. The 31-year-old pitcher remains in the 90th percentile in BB% at 5.3, but his K% has decreased in each year since 2020. If he stays healthy, he profiles as a decent SP3 for 2024, but be prepared for an uptick in his ERA.
17 weeks ago
Ketel Marte Note
Ketel Marte photo 90. Ketel Marte 2B,DH - ARI
Ketel Marte posted a .276 batting average, hit 25 home runs, and contributed 82 RBIs over 150 games. He also notched 94 runs, eight stolen bases, and an OPS of .843. While his power and hitting haven't always peaked simultaneously, his overall performance, including an OPS+ over 100 in the last five full MLB seasons, underscores his reliability. Marte's overall hitting profile lands in the 90th percentile on Statcast. He should continue batting near the top of an exciting Arizona lineup, and another 20/90/80 season should be on its way.
17 weeks ago
Alexis Diaz Note
Alexis Diaz photo 91. Alexis Diaz RP - CIN
Alexis Diaz finished second in the National League with 37 saves and had a 3.07 ERA and 1.19 WHIP. He also struck out 86 batters in 67 1/3 innings, and he held opponents to an xBA of .192. The knocks against Diaz are that he was in the sixth percentile in BB% at 12.6, and he pitches in Cincinnati, which always feels like playing with fire. The 27-year-old is a step away from being in the upper tier of closers, but he will provide plenty of saves if you can tolerate the walks.
17 weeks ago
Dylan Cease Note
Dylan Cease photo 92. Dylan Cease SP - SD
Dylan Cease had the letdown in 2023 that many fantasy experts predicted. After being the Cy Young Award runner-up in 2022, the 28-year-old returned and threw 177 innings with an ERA of 4.58 and an ugly 1.42 WHIP. Sure, Cease was snakebit by an unsustainably high BABIP (.330) and a terrible defensive squad behind him (27th in fielding runs above average at -64). He is an intriguing bounceback candidate with an xERA of 4.07 and xFIP of 4.08, but fantasy managers must note that none of his metrics suggest the 2022 version is ever coming back. Cease is best as an SP3/4 on fantasy squads.
17 weeks ago
David Bednar Note
David Bednar photo 93. David Bednar RP - PIT
David Bednar finished 2023 tied for the National League lead in saves. He struck out 80 batters in 67 1/3 innings and had a 222 ERA+, which puts him in the elite tier of relievers just behind Josh Hader, Devin Williams, and Felix Bautista. There isn't much to dislike about Bednar, and as last year proved, a closer doesn't have to be on a good team to rack up saves. The 29-year-old should be going higher in drafts than he is, so take advantage of the discount.
17 weeks ago
Nick Castellanos Note
Nick Castellanos photo 94. Nick Castellanos RF - PHI
Nick Castellanos, with his consistent power, is a solid pick for an OF2/3 in 2024. Last year, he belted 29 homers, notched 106 RBIs, scored 79 runs, and swiped 11 bases, all while maintaining a .272 average. At 31, his low walk rate (5.4%) and high chase rate (41%) persist, but his spot in a potent lineup featuring Bryce Harper and a revitalized Trea Turner should help him maintain near 100 RBIs. Castellanos is a wise middle-round selection, especially for RBI contributions.
17 weeks ago
George Springer Note
George Springer photo 95. George Springer RF,DH - TOR
At age 33, George Springer played in 154 games, marking a high since 2016. While achieving his first 20/20 season, Springer's hitting showed notable dips with career lows in batting average (.258), OBP (.327), and SLG (.405). His Statcast data reveals an average performance, except in Chase% and K%. Springer remains a crucial player atop the potent Blue Jays lineup, expected to regain power but lose a few stolen bases. For 2024, he's ideally suited as an OF3/4.
17 weeks ago
Evan Phillips Note
Evan Phillips photo 96. Evan Phillips RP - LAD
Evan Phillips appeared in 62 games for the Dodgers in 2023. He struck out 66 in 61 1/3 innings and finished with a sparkling 2.05 ERA and 0.83 WHIP. While his xFIP of 3.37 suggests he benefited from some luck, his 28.2 K% also says he is good in his role. While it seems appealing to grab the L.A. closer, beware of the "Blowout Wins" issue that sometimes drags down save totals. Still, Phillips isn't going to hurt you as a second closer on your roster.
17 weeks ago
Spencer Torkelson Note
Spencer Torkelson photo 97. Spencer Torkelson 1B - DET
Spencer Torkelson hit 31 home runs and drove in 94, and his ISO went from .117 to .213 in 2023. He ranked in the 94th percentile in hard-hit percentage at 50.9, and he should be in line for another 30/90 season in 2024. Torkelson can hopefully continue to improve his patience while reducing his strikeouts, and he may end up being a steal at his current 10th-round ADP.
17 weeks ago
Evan Carter Note
Evan Carter photo 98. Evan Carter LF,RF - TEX
Evan Carter, at just 21, swiftly ascended through the Rangers' farm system, spending minimal time in Triple-A before his major league debut. In his brief 2023 stint with 75 plate appearances, he showed potential. Projected as the starting left fielder, Carter could hit around 15 homers and steal 20 bases, thanks to his solid on-base abilities. He's a promising pick in a strong lineup, but temper expectations as his impressive early stats may not sustain over a full season.
17 weeks ago
Andres Gimenez Note
Andres Gimenez photo 99. Andres Gimenez 2B - CLE
Teoscar Hernandez Note
Teoscar Hernandez photo 100. Teoscar Hernandez DH,LF,RF - LAD
Teoscar Hernandez appeared in 160 games in his season with Seattle, echoing his typical performance. He notched 26 home runs, tallied 93 RBIs, and scored 70 runs. Excelling in hard hits (90th percentile) and a 13.8% barrel rate, Hernandez is expected to maintain a batting average of around .250. Landing in Los Angeles to bat in the middle of that powerhouse lineup, Hernandez suddenly has extremely high upside in counting stats. Beware of the premium that many fantasy managers will put on all 2024 Dodgers, but at the right price, Hernandez can be a high-end OF3.
17 weeks ago
Dansby Swanson Note
Dansby Swanson photo 101. Dansby Swanson SS - CHC
Dansby Swanson took the step back everyone expected in 2023 after signing his massive free-agent contract with the Cubs. His power numbers held steady, hitting 22 home runs, but his batting average dropped to .244. He scored 81 runs and knocked in 80, though his nine stolen bases were disappointing. Swanson still played in 147 games, so his availability remains a strong plus for those who wait on shortstop. He is one of those "no hurt, no help" fantasy players worth his ADP in the 116 range.
17 weeks ago
Bryson Stott Note
Bryson Stott photo 102. Bryson Stott 2B,SS - PHI
Bryson Stott took quite the leap in 2023, richly rewarding fantasy managers who probably grabbed him on waivers. He played in 151 games, smacking 15 home runs and stealing 31 bases. He scored 78 runs, knocked in 62, and slashed .280/.329/.419. How much can this production be trusted going forward? The 15 HR and 25+ SB are sustainable, but fantasy managers should expect a drop in batting average, though not to an extreme degree. Second base looks a little shallow this season, leaving Stott as an acceptable 2B1 who you can get in the ninth round or later.
17 weeks ago
Tanner Bibee Note
Tanner Bibee photo 103. Tanner Bibee SP - CLE
Tanner Bibee arrived in the majors in 2023 and produced an impressive 2.98 ERA with a promising 3.13 K/BB rate. There is a lot to like about Bibee, though it would be prudent to expect an uptick in ERA (FIP of 3.52, xFIP of 4.22) in 2024. One of the best things about him is that his ADP is in the SP "dead zone" around 107. He can serve as an SP3, though he's probably better considered an SP4 heading into drafts.
17 weeks ago
Yandy Diaz Note
Yandy Diaz photo 104. Yandy Diaz 1B,3B,DH - TB
Yandy Diaz broke out of his power deficiency in a big way in 2023. After hitting only nine home runs in 2022, the 32-year-old smacked 22 dingers while slashing .330/.410/.522 in 2023. He rescued many fantasy managers who waited too long on 3B in drafts by setting career highs across 137 games. That's the good news. The bad news is that Diaz will probably return to his regularly scheduled self in 2024, and he no longer has 3B eligibility in most leagues, leaving him among the middle-rounds first basemen. Drafting him in the 12th round or beyond feels right for next year, but don't let him be your first 1B. He's not going to save fantasy managers two years in a row.
17 weeks ago
Josh Jung Note
Josh Jung photo 105. Josh Jung 3B - TEX
Josh Jung played 121 games for the World Series champs in 2023, and he arrived in fashion. The 25-year-old hit 23 home runs, scored 75 runs, knocked in 70, and slashed .266/.316/.467. Jung is in the 98th percentile in Sweet-Spot% at 41.9, but he struggled in typical rookie fashion with strikeouts (29.3 K%) and plate discipline (5.8 BB%). If he can get to that 150-game mark, he will land in the ballpark of 30 home runs and 100 RBIs. Not too shabby for a third baseman currently going ninth round of drafts.
17 weeks ago
Lane Thomas Note
Lane Thomas photo 106. Lane Thomas CF,RF - WSH
During the 2023 season, Lane Thomas surpassed expectations with 28 home runs, 20 stolen bases, and 101 runs, emerging as a surprise fantasy asset from the waiver wire. However, a high .325 BABIP inflated his .268 average, well above his career norm. Projections for 2024 suggest a respectable 20 homers and 15 steals, but a modest .310 OBP could limit his overall fantasy impact. Caution is advised in drafting him, as his inflated 2023 performance may lead to an overvalued pick in early rounds.
17 weeks ago
Jordan Walker Note
Jordan Walker photo 107. Jordan Walker LF,RF - STL
In his debut season, Jordan Walker showcased potential with a .276 average, .342 OBP, and .445 slugging. His performance included 16 home runs and seven steals. Despite a challenging year for the Cardinals, Walker's power was evident. Expectations for 2024 lean towards a 20-homer, 10-steal output, but his full potential is yet to be fully realized.
17 weeks ago
Ryan Helsley Note
Ryan Helsley photo 108. Ryan Helsley RP - STL
Ryan Helsley had a shortened season due to injury, appearing in only 33 games before being shut down. When healthy, his strikeout rate continued at an elite rate (35.6 K%), and he sits above 99 mph with his fastball. Helsley mightily struggled with walks (4.17 BB/9), reminiscent of his pre-2022 profile. He should enter the season as the Cardinals closer and could touch 30 saves if his health allows it.
17 weeks ago
Pete Fairbanks Note
Pete Fairbanks photo 109. Pete Fairbanks RP - TB
Pete Fairbanks racked up 68 strikeouts in 45 1/3 innings on his way to 25 saves and a 2.58 ERA and 1.01 WHIP. The 30-year-old struggled with walks (3.97 BB/9), but his 13.50 K/9 helped compensate. The closer role should be his heading into 2024, and his current ADP of 131 seems absurdly low for his projected production.
17 weeks ago
Josh Naylor Note
Josh Naylor photo 110. Josh Naylor 1B,DH - CLE
Josh Naylor suffers from BatsInTheGuardiansLineupitis, but he offers enough upside to nab as a second or third corner infielder in the middle rounds. Naylor dealt with injuries in 2023, limiting him to 121 games. However, he hit 17 home runs and drove in 97 while slashing .308/.354/.489. He also kicked in 10 stolen bases for good measure. As long as he continues to bat behind Jose Ramirez, he should be a boon to the RBI category, but it's his 95th percentile xBA (.293) and K% (13.7) that makes him a valuable pick.
17 weeks ago
Spencer Steer Note
Spencer Steer photo 111. Spencer Steer 1B,2B,3B,LF - CIN
Spencer Steer is expected to be eligible for 1B/3B/OF, and possibly even 2B in some formats. With a solid 2023 season of 156 games, 23 homers, and 15 steals for the Reds, Steer is a promising fantasy pick. Batting in the middle of an exciting lineup with huge potential, he's on track to surpass his 86 RBI from last year. While not standing out in advanced metrics, Steer's consistent performance offers value in Round 9 and beyond, and the fact he plays half his games at Great American Ballpark is a plus for fantasy managers.
17 weeks ago
Jhoan Duran Note
Jhoan Duran photo 112. Jhoan Duran RP - MIN
Jhoan Duran is the reliever to target if you're looking to build your reliever roster with a guy who throws 101.8 mph. The 25-year-old struck out 84 batters in 62 1/3 innings while collecting 27 saves last season. Opposing batters had an xBA of .185 and a 32.9 K% against him. Things got a little messy in the Twins bullpen in 2023, but fantasy managers should expect 30 saves from Duran in 2024. And if the league has a K/9 or equivalent category, he should be an early target.
17 weeks ago
Clay Holmes Note
Clay Holmes photo 113. Clay Holmes RP - NYY
Wyatt Langford Note
Wyatt Langford photo 114. Wyatt Langford DH,LF - TEX
Emerging as a top contender for the 2024 AL Rookie of the Year, Wyatt Langford's rapid ascent through four minor league levels last year was impressive. He showcased his prowess in just 45 games and 200 at-bats with a .360/.480/.677 slash line, including 10 home runs, 36 runs, 30 RBIs, 12 steals, and 36 walks. Langford is poised to start as the designated hitter for the reigning World Series champions. Despite the expected adjustment to Major League pitching, Langford's offensive potential makes him a valuable asset for fantasy rosters this season.
17 weeks ago
Jordan Romano Note
Jordan Romano photo 115. Jordan Romano RP - TOR
Jordan Romano saved 36 games for the Blue Jays in 2023 and struck out 72 batters in 59 innings. He continued with a decent K% (29), but his BB% jumped to 9.7, which is a concerning change for a high-end closer. He had a respectable ERA of 2.90, but the WHIP moved to 1.22, a full two-tenths higher than his 2022 number. Romano is on a good team, so crossing the 30-save mark shouldn't be an issue as long as he stays healthy.
17 weeks ago
Zack Gelof Note
Zack Gelof photo 116. Zack Gelof 2B - OAK
Zack Gelof arrived on the scene in Oakland and appeared in 69 games, grabbing 300 plate appearances and demonstrating his future 20/20 ability. While it is difficult to have faith in any player in the Athletics organization, the advantage there is that it creates a discounted market for his services. Gelof is worth targeting in the 12th round or later, depending on how sharp your league is.
17 weeks ago
Josh Lowe Note
Josh Lowe photo 117. Josh Lowe CF,RF,DH - TB
In 2023, Josh Lowe emerged as a fantasy gem, especially for those lucky enough to snag him off waivers. Lowe significantly bolstered fantasy lineups by contributing a solid .273/.323/.457 slash line, 20 homers, and 32 steals. His metrics indicate this performance wasn't a fluke, with high percentile rankings in expected batting average, slugging, and sprint speed. Looking ahead, Lowe shows promise for another 20/20 season, making him a valuable second or third outfielder in fantasy leagues that you can get in the seventh round.
17 weeks ago
Sonny Gray Note
Sonny Gray photo 118. Sonny Gray SP - STL
Sonny Gray had a superb year in Minnesota in 2023. He threw 184 innings, striking out 183 batters and maintaining a 2.79 ERA and 1.15 WHIP. He also allowed only eight home runs the entire season. Gray now returns to the NL with the Cardinals; Busch Stadium is even better than Target Field when it comes to Park Factors favoring pitchers. While his K% isn't elite, he is a solid contributor to fantasy squads as an SP3 in 2024.
17 weeks ago
Anthony Volpe Note
Anthony Volpe photo 119. Anthony Volpe SS - NYY
Anthony Volpe's rookie season was less than ideal, though he hit 21 home runs and stole 24 bases. He slashed a miserable .209/.283/.383 and was below average in almost all Statcast hitting categories. Fantasy managers can expect another 20/20 season as well as improved counting stats in 2024, thanks to the lineup changes around him. However, there won't be enough improvement to warrant a draft pick prior to the 12th round.
17 weeks ago
Chris Bassitt Note
Chris Bassitt photo 120. Chris Bassitt SP - TOR
Chris Sale Note
Chris Sale photo 121. Chris Sale SP - ATL
Shane Bieber Note
Shane Bieber photo 122. Shane Bieber SP - CLE
Anthony Santander Note
Anthony Santander photo 123. Anthony Santander 1B,RF,DH - BAL
In 2023, Anthony Santander's performance was a blend of pros and cons. While his home run tally dipped and strikeout rate rose, he improved his batting average to .257 and saw an uptick in key statistics. Heading into 2024, the 29-year-old faces more potential risks than gains. With Baltimore's wealth of emerging prospects, Santander's role could be at risk if he doesn't start strong.
17 weeks ago
Yainer Diaz Note
Yainer Diaz photo 124. Yainer Diaz C,1B,DH - HOU
Yainer Diaz will probably be on every Sleepers list for 2024 drafts because he offers a ton of offense at a position that lacks it. The 25-year-old hit 23 home runs in 104 games while slashing an impressive .278/.306/.532. Yes, the OBP is low, which is attributable to his 2.9 percent walk rate. (If you're looking for the player in the first percentile in this category and Chase% (44), you've found him.) The good news is that his xBA is .288, and his xSLG is .543. He will get plenty of at-bats in Houston, and since defensive metrics don't matter in fantasy, he is definitely someone to target.
17 weeks ago
Riley Greene Note
Riley Greene photo 125. Riley Greene CF,DH,LF,RF - DET
In 2023, Riley Greene showcased significant improvement, increasing his batting performance to .288/.349/.447 in just a few more games than the previous season. Statcast highlights his prowess with numerous red indicators. Expected to hit around 17 home runs this year, Greene is poised to become the key figure in the Tigers' youthful lineup. A reduction in strikeouts could further enhance his batting average and on-base percentage, potentially elevating him from a reliable OF3 to a promising OF2 in fantasy rankings.
17 weeks ago
Christian Encarnacion-Strand Note
Christian Encarnacion-Strand photo 126. Christian Encarnacion-Strand 1B,DH - CIN
Christian Encarnacion-Strand got 241 plate appearances for Cincinnati in 2023, hitting 13 home runs and slashing .270/.328/.477. The acquisition of Jeimer Candelario leaves the 24-year-old without a regular position other than DH, but that's all fantasy managers will need him for. CES has the profile to become a very helpful fantasy bat and can slot in as a corner infielder in lineups nicely.
17 weeks ago
Tanner Scott Note
Tanner Scott photo 127. Tanner Scott RP - MIA
Marcell Ozuna Note
Marcell Ozuna photo 128. Marcell Ozuna LF,DH - ATL
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.
17 weeks ago
Jackson Chourio Note
Jackson Chourio photo 129. Jackson Chourio CF,LF,RF - MIL
Vinnie Pasquantino Note
Vinnie Pasquantino photo 130. Vinnie Pasquantino 1B,DH - KC
Vinnie Pasquantino's 2023 shoulder injury cut his season short at 61 games. It was apparent he was dealing with something, as his usual stellar AVG and OBP dropped to .247 and .324. Assuming the shoulder is good to go, Pasquantino should be a significant boost to batting average and counting stats, batting close to Bobby Witt Jr.
17 weeks ago
Cedric Mullins II Note
Cedric Mullins II photo 131. Cedric Mullins II CF - BAL
In 2023, by April's end, Cedric Mullins kicked off the season with 11 stolen bases. However, persistent injuries hampered his performance, resulting in a modest .233/.305/.416 and only 19 steals. If healthy, Mullins has the potential for 30 steals in 2024, but his poor batting may relegate him lower in the lineup of the promising Orioles team. His position may not be as secure as it has been in the past because of the wealth of talent in the Baltimore pipeline.
17 weeks ago
Bailey Ober Note
Bailey Ober photo 132. Bailey Ober SP - MIN
Hunter Greene Note
Hunter Greene photo 133. Hunter Greene SP - CIN
Luis Arraez Note
Luis Arraez photo 134. Luis Arraez 1B,2B,DH - SD
Last season was a landmark year for Luis Arraez. He became one of baseball's best hitters known for his exceptional contact skills, underlined by his .354 batting average, .393 on-base percentage, and .469 slugging percentage. He tallied 203 hits and 10 home runs over 617 plate appearances. Arraez's success is attributed to his elite strike-zone recognition and smart swing decisions. While chances are high that he won't hit .354 again, his xBA was still .325, and he is in the 100th percentile in K% and Whiff%. Arraez is THE stereotypical "empty batting average" player, but he is a nice offset to a power-only guy.
17 weeks ago
Michael King Note
Michael King photo 135. Michael King SP,RP - SD
Merrill Kelly Note
Merrill Kelly photo 136. Merrill Kelly SP - ARI
Jorge Soler Note
Jorge Soler photo 137. Jorge Soler RF,DH - SF
In 2023, Jorge Soler demonstrated formidable power, blasting 36 homers while racking up 77 runs and 75 RBIs. With a .376 xwOBA, placing him in the top tier of hitters, the 31-year-old showcased his strength despite a high 24.3% strikeout rate. His standout ISO of .262 highlights his offensive prowess. Now a free agent, Soler's future lineup impact is uncertain, yet he's expected to maintain his 30+ home run potential and possibly surpass 90 runs and RBIs. Additionally, he retains outfield eligibility, avoiding fantasy limitations.
17 weeks ago
Chas McCormick Note
Chas McCormick photo 138. Chas McCormick LF,CF,RF - HOU
In his early career, Chas McCormick has shown notable progress in key offensive areas. Last season, he achieved 22 home runs, 19 steals, 70 RBIs, and scored 59 runs. At 28, he's reduced his strikeout rate to 25.6% and enhanced his ability to get on base. Despite a likely dip in batting average (expected BA .248), McCormick presents a dual threat of power and speed, eyeing a 20/15 season. His ongoing development suggests potential as a valuable third outfielder in fantasy lineups.
17 weeks ago
Ian Happ Note
Ian Happ photo 139. Ian Happ DH,LF - CHC
Ian Happ offers a reliable fantasy outfield option with a projected 20-25 home runs and a solid on-base percentage despite an average batting average. In the previous season, he added value with 14 stolen bases, 86 runs, and 84 RBIs, fitting the profile of a dependable third or fourth outfielder. Happ has an impressive walk rate (14.3%) and a strong health record. Remaining with the Cubs under a new three-year deal, he's poised to maintain his position high in the batting order.
17 weeks ago
Thairo Estrada Note
Thairo Estrada photo 140. Thairo Estrada 2B,SS - SF
Thairo Estrada played in 120 games last season for the Giants, and he took a step back in many of the hitting metrics. His BB% went from 6.1 to 4.2, and his K% went from 16.5 to 22.6. He managed a .271 batting average, though an unsustainable .331 BABIP boosted this. His numbers will probably land in between these two seasons, but he doesn't offer much in the way of upside.
17 weeks ago
Cal Raleigh Note
Cal Raleigh photo 141. Cal Raleigh C,DH - SEA
Cal Raleigh is the catcher you wait for if you don't care about batting average or on-base percentage. The 27-year-old led all catchers with 30 home runs while slashing .232/.306/.456. He strikes out a lot (27.8 K%), but he should drive in 80+ in 2024. Raleigh is the catcher that your league mates are most likely to forget. Grab him anytime after the 11th round as your C1.
17 weeks ago
Sean Murphy Note
Sean Murphy photo 142. Sean Murphy C - ATL
Sean Murphy's first year in Atlant went swimmingly. He popped 21 home runs while driving in 68 and scoring 65 runs. Murphy's strengths are his stellar OBP (.365) and walk rate (11.2%). His superb fielding skills will keep him in the lineup, even with Travis d'Arnaud on the roster, and he should get around 470 plate appearances. Fantasy managers can expect 20 homers and 60/60 in runs and RBIs while not being a liability to the team's batting average. His current ADP is 137, a decent value for a catcher with his skillset and outstanding surrounding cast.
17 weeks ago
Rhys Hoskins Note
Rhys Hoskins photo 143. Rhys Hoskins 1B,DH - MIL
Jarren Duran Note
Jarren Duran photo 144. Jarren Duran LF,CF - BOS
Kenley Jansen Note
Kenley Jansen photo 145. Kenley Jansen RP - BOS
Esteury Ruiz Note
Esteury Ruiz photo 146. Esteury Ruiz LF,CF,RF - OAK
Esteury Ruiz, known for his significant stolen base numbers, presents a challenge for fantasy players. Despite an impressive 67 steals last year and a projected 50 this season, his overall performance raises concerns. Ruiz's advanced metrics, including xwOBA, xSLG, and hard hit rate, are notably low. His strikeout rate is decent, but his inability to draw walks limits his value. While he'll have ample opportunities to play for a non-competitive team, relying on him primarily for steals in fantasy baseball might come at a steep cost, given his limited contributions in other areas.
17 weeks ago
Jake Burger Note
Jake Burger photo 147. Jake Burger 1B,3B,DH - MIA
Willson Contreras Note
Willson Contreras photo 148. Willson Contreras C,DH - STL
Willson Contreras began his Cardinals career by improving his batting average and not slipping anywhere else. The elder Contreras brother hit 20 home runs, drove in 67, and slashed .264/.358/.467 across 125 games. He increased his BB% to 10.3 and is in the 93rd percentile in xwOBA at .373. While he will go through stretches where he chases more than fantasy managers would like, he should continue his Top 10 catcher production in his ninth season. Willson and William had eerily similar stats in 2023, but you can get Willson about 55 picks later. He is a great mid-round target to fill your catcher position.
17 weeks ago
Carlos Rodon Note
Carlos Rodon photo 149. Carlos Rodon SP - NYY
Masataka Yoshida Note
Masataka Yoshida photo 150. Masataka Yoshida LF,DH - BOS
Masataka Yoshida impressed in his MLB debut, posting a .289/.338/.445 average and contributing 15 home runs, 71 runs, 72 RBIs, along with eight steals. Known for his low strikeout rate, Yoshida is expected to reach base even more in 2024. Surrounded by talents like Rafael Devers, the rising Triston Casas, and a potentially fit Trevor Story, his statistical output is poised to grow. Yoshida makes a reliable outfielder option, ideally as OF3 or OF4 in fantasy lineups.
17 weeks ago
Max Muncy Note
Max Muncy photo 151. Max Muncy 3B - LAD
Max Muncy will drag down your batting average (career BA .227), and you don't want him in leagues where strikeouts count heavily against you. Those are the two knocks on him, and early drafters are down on him for 2024. Take the discount if it's there. Muncy will bat in the middle of a Top 3 lineup, and he offers a ton of good things to fantasy managers. For instance, he hit 36 home runs last year and is in the 96th percentile in BB% at 14.7. He also scored 95 runs and knocked in 105. If you're looking for a 1B/3B in the 11th round or later, Muncy seems poised to do exactly what he's done every year since he has been with the Dodgers: Get on base and hit home runs. What else do you want?
17 weeks ago
Craig Kimbrel Note
Craig Kimbrel photo 152. Craig Kimbrel RP - BAL
James Outman Note
James Outman photo 153. James Outman LF,CF - LAD
In his debut season, James Outman showed early promise before his performance dipped, with a high strikeout rate (31.9%) and modest xBA (.228). While his minor league track record indicates potential for a reduced strikeout rate and a solid OBP, expectations remain cautious for his second year. Outman carries a potential for 20 homers and 15 steals and benefits from playing in a lineup known for its offensive output.
17 weeks ago
Ke'Bryan Hayes Note
Ke'Bryan Hayes photo 154. Ke'Bryan Hayes 3B - PIT
Justin Verlander Note
Justin Verlander photo 155. Justin Verlander SP - HOU
Justin Verlander finally began to show his age in 2023. While his ERA was 3.22, his xERA was 3.69, and his xFIP was 4.56 across 162 1/3 innings. His K% fell to 21.5, and his BB% jumped up 6.7. His SIERA was the highest it has been since 2008, and it's also noteworthy to realize that 2008 was 16 years ago. Verlander is a name-brand pitcher, but his ADP of 120.4 is more nostalgia than skill at this point.
17 weeks ago
Alec Bohm Note
Alec Bohm photo 156. Alec Bohm 1B,3B - PHI
Alec Bohm offers fantasy managers an intriguing later-round third-base option. He will help your team's batting average (.274 last year), provide a little pop (16-20 homers), and collect some RBIs along the way. With an ADP in the 150s, he shouldn't be your 3B1, but he can certainly fill a CI role at a difficult position.
17 weeks ago
Yu Darvish Note
Yu Darvish photo 157. Yu Darvish SP - SD
Brandon Nimmo Note
Brandon Nimmo photo 158. Brandon Nimmo LF,CF - NYM
Brandon Nimmo stands out as a valuable fantasy asset. Last year, he tallied 24 homers, scored 89 times, knocked in 68 runs, and swiped three bases. Boasting a .274/.363/.466 slash line, he emerges as a top choice in OBP leagues, especially in latter third of the draft. Although his strikeout rate saw a minor increase, his Statcast data confirms his robust capabilities. As an OF4/5, Nimmo is an excellent late-draft addition to strengthen fantasy lineups.
17 weeks ago
Adbert Alzolay Note
Adbert Alzolay photo 159. Adbert Alzolay RP - CHC
Jose Berrios Note
Jose Berrios photo 160. Jose Berrios SP - TOR
Salvador Perez Note
Salvador Perez photo 161. Salvador Perez C,1B,DH - KC
Salvador Perez remained a staple of the Kansas City Royals lineup in 2023, playing in 140 games and racking up 580 plate appearances. He hit .254 with a miserable .292 OBP and .422 SLG. He hit 23 home runs for the second year in a row and drove in 80. His projections for 2024 suggest more of the same for the 33-year-old. Perez is a catcher who isn't going to drag down your batting average and give you 20+ homers. That is a rare bird; at his ADP of 133, he isn't a bad value in 2024.
17 weeks ago
Willy Adames Note
Willy Adames photo 162. Willy Adames SS - MIL
Hunter Brown Note
Hunter Brown photo 163. Hunter Brown SP - HOU
Mitch Keller Note
Mitch Keller photo 164. Mitch Keller SP - PIT
Nolan Gorman Note
Nolan Gorman photo 165. Nolan Gorman 2B,3B,DH - STL
Nolan Gorman offers the possibility of 30 home runs from the second base position, and you can have him past pick 180. The question is how many opportunities he will have, given that his K% is north of 30. Gorman feels like the type of fantasy player who hits most of his home runs while on your bench because you benched him after a week of 40 strikeouts. If your ratios are protected elsewhere, Gorman can provide pop in your MI slot.
17 weeks ago
Trevor Story Note
Trevor Story photo 166. Trevor Story SS - BOS
Jordan Montgomery Note
Jordan Montgomery photo 167. Jordan Montgomery SP - ARI
Cristian Javier Note
Cristian Javier photo 168. Cristian Javier SP - HOU
Francisco Alvarez Note
Francisco Alvarez photo 169. Francisco Alvarez C - NYM
Francisco Alvarez saw 423 plate appearances in 2023 and responded with 25 home runs, showing off the power that fantasy managers had been promised. He also struck out at a 26% clip, walked at a meager 8%, and slashed an ugly .209/.284/.437. Alvarez is only 22, and the power is very real. He had never had a BB% lower than 11.3% in his career, so chances are high there should be a strong bounceback in OBP. He has a lot to offer at the catcher position and is going at pick 154.
17 weeks ago
Shota Imanaga Note
Shota Imanaga photo 170. Shota Imanaga SP - CHC
Christopher Morel Note
Christopher Morel photo 171. Christopher Morel 2B,3B,CF,DH,MI,OF,RF - CHC
Gabriel Moreno Note
Gabriel Moreno photo 172. Gabriel Moreno C - ARI
Gabriel Moreno played in 111 games for the Diamondbacks in 2023 and offered steady ratios with very little else. He is projected to slash in the .285/.340/.420 range, meaning he won't do any damage to lineups, but there isn't much power upside. Moreno is, essentially, the exact opposite of Cal Raleigh, and it's up to fantasy managers which type of backstop they want in their lineups.
17 weeks ago
Isaac Paredes Note
Isaac Paredes photo 173. Isaac Paredes 1B,2B,3B,DH - TB
Walker Buehler Note
Walker Buehler photo 174. Walker Buehler SP - LAD
Walker Buehler missed all of the 2023 following Tommy John surgery. He is a question mark heading into 2024. In 2021, he looked like the dominant pitcher everyone expected him to be, only to crater in 2022 with the injury. The argument for drafting Buehler as an SP3 is that he pitches for the Dodgers (stadium + team = good things) and becomes a free agent after the season. Many pitchers experience a "honeymoon" period following TJ surgery, and it could be a savvy move to grab him in the mid-rounds. The knock against him is that he will turn 30 in July, and his track record has been anything but consistent. It is a dice roll that can pay off for the right price.
17 weeks ago
Paul Sewald Note
Paul Sewald photo 175. Paul Sewald RP - ARI
Paul Sewald split time in Seattle and Arizona last season, racking up 34 saves between the two clubs. Sewald's stuff is the real deal, with a K% of 32.1, xERA of 2.75, and xBA of .189. He walked more batters than his career average, but he has the makeup of a solid closer for a competitive squad in 2024. Fantasy managers should expect around 30 saves from the veteran.
17 weeks ago
Gerrit Cole Note
Gerrit Cole photo 176. Gerrit Cole SP - NYY
Until we know about Gerrit Cole's elbow injury, it is difficult to know how early it is worth the risk to draft him. Cole made 33 starts last season, totaling 209.0 innings pitched and struck out 222 batters. However, his K/9 of 9.56 was the lowest in the last five seasons. He remained an elite ace, allowing 157 hits and 48 walks, with a home run total of 20, reflecting his ability to limit long balls, a critical factor in his success. The Yankees are giving us nothing to go on regarding how much time their ace is going to miss, leaving it up to fantasy managers to determine what their risk tolerance is. My personal tolerance stops at "pitcher with elbow issues." Proceed with caution.
17 weeks ago
Steven Kwan Note
Steven Kwan photo 177. Steven Kwan LF - CLE
Steven Kwan's biggest strength is his refusal to strike out. He is projected to strike out fewer than 70 times in over 600 plate appearances. His ability to hit for average, steal around 20 bases, and his third-highest BB/K ratio in all of baseball will boost your counting stats, even in the underwhelming Guardians lineup. His ADP of 168 provides a stable floor as an OF4 in five-outfielder leagues.
17 weeks ago
Edouard Julien Note
Edouard Julien photo 178. Edouard Julien 2B,DH - MIN
Eloy Jimenez Note
Eloy Jimenez photo 179. Eloy Jimenez RF,DH - CWS
Eloy Jimenez presents a mixed bag for fantasy managers. In 2023, he managed 120 appearances, his highest since 2019, with a .272 average and 18 homers. However, limited playing time in a struggling White Sox team capped his runs at 50 and RBIs at 64. Despite projections hinting at a power uptick in 2024, concerns linger. His xSLG stood at a modest .421, and he's yet to exceed 121 games in a season. Plus, he's now only DH-eligible, raising several caution flags for fantasy selection.
17 weeks ago
Jose Alvarado Note
Jose Alvarado photo 180. Jose Alvarado RP - PHI
Bryce Miller Note
Bryce Miller photo 181. Bryce Miller SP - SEA
Ezequiel Tovar Note
Ezequiel Tovar photo 182. Ezequiel Tovar SS - COL
Nathan Eovaldi Note
Nathan Eovaldi photo 183. Nathan Eovaldi SP - TEX
Eury Perez Note
Eury Perez photo 184. Eury Perez SP - MIA
Eury Perez started 19 games for the Marlins and gave every fantasy manager a glimpse of how incredible he could be. He struck out 108 in 91 1/3 innings with a 3.15 ERA and 1.13. His fastball velocity sits in the 94th percentile at 97.5, and he had a 33.7 Whiff%. Batters had a difficult time with his breaking stuff, but they touched up his four-seamer more than ideal. Expect Perez's ERA to jump a notch into the 3.80 to 4.00 range, but he should continue striking out 10 per nine. Hopefully, the 20-year-old can limit the hard contact and home runs in 2024, but he is definitely in SP2 territory.
17 weeks ago
Jonah Heim Note
Jonah Heim photo 185. Jonah Heim C,DH - TEX
Jeimer Candelario Note
Jeimer Candelario photo 186. Jeimer Candelario 1B,3B,DH - CIN
Nathaniel Lowe Note
Nathaniel Lowe photo 187. Nathaniel Lowe 1B - TEX
Jonathan India Note
Jonathan India photo 188. Jonathan India 2B,DH - CIN
Daulton Varsho Note
Daulton Varsho photo 189. Daulton Varsho LF,CF - TOR
Byron Buxton Note
Byron Buxton photo 190. Byron Buxton CF,DH - MIN
Tyler O'Neill Note
Tyler O'Neill photo 191. Tyler O'Neill CF,DH,LF,RF - BOS
Kerry Carpenter Note
Kerry Carpenter photo 192. Kerry Carpenter LF,RF,DH - DET
Heading into 2024, Kerry Carpenter is a viable OF5 option, known for his power-hitting capabilities, evidenced by his 20 home runs. With a stronger lineup supporting him, expect an improvement in his previous tally of 57 runs and 64 RBIs. While his plate discipline could be better, given his low walk rate and considerable strikeouts, his draft value remains accessible, not requiring a high pick.
17 weeks ago
Nick Pivetta Note
Nick Pivetta photo 193. Nick Pivetta SP,RP - BOS
J.D. Martinez Note
J.D. Martinez photo 194. J.D. Martinez LF,DH - NYM
Starling Marte Note
Starling Marte photo 195. Starling Marte DH,RF - NYM
Logan O'Hoppe Note
Logan O'Hoppe photo 196. Logan O'Hoppe C - LAA
Ryan Mountcastle Note
Ryan Mountcastle photo 197. Ryan Mountcastle 1B,DH - BAL
Lourdes Gurriel Jr. Note
Lourdes Gurriel Jr. photo 198. Lourdes Gurriel Jr. LF,DH - ARI
Lourdes Gurriel, Jr., joined Arizona through the Daulton Varsho deal and impressed in his free agency lead-up. He achieved personal highs with 24 homers and 65 runs. Known for his solid contact hitting, ranking in the top 77% for HardHit%, Gurriel faced a dip in BABIP, likely to rebound in 2024. As a valuable OF5 pick, he's a great late-round draft choice.
17 weeks ago
Jorge Polanco Note
Jorge Polanco photo 199. Jorge Polanco 2B,3B - SEA
Taylor Ward Note
Taylor Ward photo 200. Taylor Ward DH,LF - LAA
Carlos Correa Note
Carlos Correa photo 201. Carlos Correa SS - MIN
Aaron Civale Note
Aaron Civale photo 202. Aaron Civale SP - MIL
Brandon Pfaadt Note
Brandon Pfaadt photo 203. Brandon Pfaadt SP - ARI
Jeremy Pena Note
Jeremy Pena photo 204. Jeremy Pena SS - HOU
Jose Leclerc Note
Jose Leclerc photo 205. Jose Leclerc RP - TEX
Mitch Garver Note
Mitch Garver photo 206. Mitch Garver C,DH - SEA
Matt Chapman Note
Matt Chapman photo 207. Matt Chapman 3B - SF
Gavin Williams Note
Gavin Williams photo 208. Gavin Williams SP - CLE
Jack Suwinski Note
Jack Suwinski photo 209. Jack Suwinski LF,CF,RF - PIT
Jack Suwinski is an extremely late-round pick who offers power in the 25-homer range and can get on base at an above-average clip. He is a liability in batting average and any league in which strikeouts count against you. (He has a K% of 32.2.) There aren't many guys with this type of power near his current ADP of 292, which is where his value lies.
17 weeks ago
Kodai Senga Note
Kodai Senga photo 210. Kodai Senga SP - NYM
In his first season in MLB, Kodai Senga struck out 202 batters in 166 1/3 innings. He had an impressive 29.1 K% and 2.98 ERA. However, his xERA was almost an entire run higher (3.87), and his BB% was a disappointing 11.1. Fantasy managers should expect more of the same in 2024. He will strike out around 10 per nine, but walks and home runs will remain problematic. Senga falls right in that early-middle rounds window, where he is much more appealing as long as you have already grabbed your SP1.
17 weeks ago
Ryan Pepiot Note
Ryan Pepiot photo 211. Ryan Pepiot SP,RP - TB
Maikel Garcia Note
Maikel Garcia photo 212. Maikel Garcia 2B,3B,SS - KC
Andrew Vaughn Note
Andrew Vaughn photo 213. Andrew Vaughn 1B,DH - CWS
Alex Lange Note
Alex Lange photo 214. Alex Lange RP - DET
Brandon Drury Note
Brandon Drury photo 215. Brandon Drury 1B,2B,DH - LAA
Triston McKenzie Note
Triston McKenzie photo 216. Triston McKenzie SP - CLE
Jung Hoo Lee Note
Jung Hoo Lee photo 217. Jung Hoo Lee CF - SF
Keibert Ruiz Note
Keibert Ruiz photo 218. Keibert Ruiz C,DH - WSH
Charlie Morton Note
Charlie Morton photo 219. Charlie Morton SP - ATL
Lars Nootbaar Note
Lars Nootbaar photo 220. Lars Nootbaar LF,CF,RF - STL
Lars Nootbaar's 2023 season was hindered by injuries, including issues with his thumb, back, and a painful foul ball incident to his groin. Despite these setbacks, his potential remains high for 2024. With his proven on-base prowess and solid contact skills, Nootbaar is a promising pick for fantasy teams. If he stays injury-free, expect around 20 homers and a chance for 10 steals. His role as the leadoff hitter against right-handers in the Cardinals' uncertain lineup secures his playing time. Nootbaar is a valuable late-round draft choice for fantasy managers, especially if he maintains good health.
17 weeks ago
Anthony Rizzo Note
Anthony Rizzo photo 221. Anthony Rizzo 1B - NYY
Jackson Holliday Note
Jackson Holliday photo 222. Jackson Holliday 2B,SS - BAL
Bo Naylor Note
Bo Naylor photo 223. Bo Naylor C - CLE
Eduardo Rodriguez Note
Eduardo Rodriguez photo 224. Eduardo Rodriguez SP - ARI
Brandon Lowe Note
Brandon Lowe photo 225. Brandon Lowe 2B,DH - TB
Justin Turner Note
Justin Turner photo 226. Justin Turner 1B,2B,3B,DH - TOR
Bryan Woo Note
Bryan Woo photo 227. Bryan Woo SP - SEA
Ryan McMahon Note
Ryan McMahon photo 228. Ryan McMahon 2B,3B - COL
Jarred Kelenic Note
Jarred Kelenic photo 229. Jarred Kelenic LF,CF,RF - ATL
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.
17 weeks ago
Jose Abreu Note
Jose Abreu photo 230. Jose Abreu 1B - FA
Brayan Bello Note
Brayan Bello photo 231. Brayan Bello SP - BOS
Eugenio Suarez Note
Eugenio Suarez photo 232. Eugenio Suarez 3B - ARI
Josh Bell Note
Josh Bell photo 233. Josh Bell 1B,DH - MIA
J.P. Crawford Note
J.P. Crawford photo 234. J.P. Crawford SS - SEA
TJ Friedl Note
TJ Friedl photo 235. TJ Friedl LF,CF - CIN
In 2023, TJ Friedl surpassed projections, but a decline is likely ahead. His actual stats were .255/.335/.429, higher than his predicted .240/.290/.321. With 18 home runs and over 20 steals, his potential remains if he keeps leading the batting order, possibly yielding 80 runs. His strong Whiff% and K% don't guarantee an improved OBP. Caution against valuing him based on his 2023 performance; expect lesser results in 2024.
17 weeks ago
Nestor Cortes Jr. Note
Nestor Cortes Jr. photo 236. Nestor Cortes Jr. SP - NYY
Max Kepler Note
Max Kepler photo 237. Max Kepler RF - MIN
Giancarlo Stanton Note
Giancarlo Stanton photo 238. Giancarlo Stanton RF,DH - NYY
Braxton Garrett Note
Braxton Garrett photo 239. Braxton Garrett SP - MIA
Jose Siri Note
Jose Siri photo 240. Jose Siri CF - TB
Kenta Maeda Note
Kenta Maeda photo 241. Kenta Maeda SP - DET
Nick Lodolo Note
Nick Lodolo photo 242. Nick Lodolo SP - CIN
Cristopher Sanchez Note
Cristopher Sanchez photo 243. Cristopher Sanchez SP - PHI
Tommy Edman Note
Tommy Edman photo 244. Tommy Edman 2B,SS,CF,RF - STL
Jake Fraley Note
Jake Fraley photo 245. Jake Fraley LF,RF,DH - CIN
Reid Detmers Note
Reid Detmers photo 246. Reid Detmers SP - LAA
Robert Suarez Note
Robert Suarez photo 247. Robert Suarez RP - SD
Sal Frelick Note
Sal Frelick photo 248. Sal Frelick CF,LF,RF - MIL
Kyle Harrison Note
Kyle Harrison photo 249. Kyle Harrison SP - SF
Kris Bryant Note
Kris Bryant photo 250. Kris Bryant 1B,RF,DH - COL
Carlos Estevez Note
Carlos Estevez photo 251. Carlos Estevez RP - LAA
Luis Campusano Note
Luis Campusano photo 252. Luis Campusano C - SD
Henry Davis Note
Henry Davis photo 253. Henry Davis C,RF - PIT
Kyle Finnegan Note
Kyle Finnegan photo 254. Kyle Finnegan RP - WSH
Kutter Crawford Note
Kutter Crawford photo 255. Kutter Crawford SP,RP - BOS
Bryan De La Cruz Note
Bryan De La Cruz photo 256. Bryan De La Cruz LF,RF,DH - MIA
Luis Rengifo Note
Luis Rengifo photo 257. Luis Rengifo 2B,3B,OF,RF,SS - LAA
Brent Rooker Note
Brent Rooker photo 258. Brent Rooker LF,RF,DH - OAK
Marcus Stroman Note
Marcus Stroman photo 259. Marcus Stroman SP - NYY
MJ Melendez Note
MJ Melendez photo 260. MJ Melendez C,LF,RF - KC
Zach Neto Note
Zach Neto photo 261. Zach Neto SS - LAA
Leody Taveras Note
Leody Taveras photo 262. Leody Taveras CF - TEX
Yusei Kikuchi Note
Yusei Kikuchi photo 263. Yusei Kikuchi SP - TOR
Alex Verdugo Note
Alex Verdugo photo 264. Alex Verdugo CF,LF,RF - NYY
Mason Miller Note
Mason Miller photo 265. Mason Miller RP,SP - OAK
Ty France Note
Ty France photo 266. Ty France 1B - SEA
Austin Hays Note
Austin Hays photo 267. Austin Hays LF,CF - BAL
Austin Hays, at 28, is a versatile yet unspectacular outfielder. He delivered 16 home runs, 67 RBIs, 76 runs, and five steals with a .275/.325/.444 batting line last season. Ideal as an OF5, Hays offers a reliable base for your roster without being a priority pick during the draft.
17 weeks ago
Matt McLain Note
Matt McLain photo 268. Matt McLain 2B,SS - CIN
Kyle Bradish Note
Kyle Bradish photo 269. Kyle Bradish SP - BAL
**The Orioles announced on February 15 that Bradish will open the season on the IL with a UCL sprain** Kyle Bradish had an excellent 2023 campaign. He struck out 168 batters in 168 2/3 innings, with a beautiful 2.83 ERA and 1.04 WHIP. He should come with a bit of a warning for 2024, though. His xERA was 3.82, and a low .270 BABIP added a heavy filter to his Insta-worthy stats. Bradish's four-seam fastball got lit up by batters (.563 SLG), and he will need that to improve to accompany his elite slider, which induced a 36.4 Whiff%. With the injury, fantasy managers in redraft leagues should avoid the 27-year-old, only taking him as a flier in the late rounds.
17 weeks ago
Tyler Stephenson Note
Tyler Stephenson photo 270. Tyler Stephenson C,DH - CIN
Parker Meadows Note
Parker Meadows photo 271. Parker Meadows CF - DET
Junior Caminero Note
Junior Caminero photo 272. Junior Caminero 3B,SS - TB
Andrew Abbott Note
Andrew Abbott photo 273. Andrew Abbott SP - CIN
Vaughn Grissom Note
Vaughn Grissom photo 274. Vaughn Grissom 2B,SS - BOS
Devin Williams Note
Devin Williams photo 275. Devin Williams RP - MIL
Devin Williams is going to miss at least three months of the season due to a stress fracture in his back. The injury news makes him a late-round draft-and-hope option.
He saved 36 games in 2023 and struck out 87 in 58 2/3 innings. He had a sparkling ERA of 1.53, though this was somewhat misleading, with an xERA of 2.75 and an xFIP of 2.79. Williams consistently gives up more walks than fantasy managers would like, but we forgive him due to his 99th percentile K% (37.7 in 2023). Even with the walks, he finished with a 0.92 WHIP.
17 weeks ago
Brendan Donovan Note
Brendan Donovan photo 276. Brendan Donovan 1B,2B,3B,DH,LF,RF - STL
Whit Merrifield Note
Whit Merrifield photo 277. Whit Merrifield 2B,3B,LF - FA
Will Benson Note
Will Benson photo 278. Will Benson LF,CF,RF - CIN
Luis Severino Note
Luis Severino photo 279. Luis Severino SP - NYM
Jeff McNeil Note
Jeff McNeil photo 280. Jeff McNeil 2B,LF,RF - NYM
Gavin Lux Note
Gavin Lux photo 281. Gavin Lux 2B,LF,OF - LAD
Shane Baz Note
Shane Baz photo 282. Shane Baz SP - TB
Reese Olson Note
Reese Olson photo 283. Reese Olson SP - DET
Tim Anderson Note
Tim Anderson photo 284. Tim Anderson SS - FA
The good news for Tim Anderson is that it almost assuredly cannot get worse. In his age-30 season, across 123 games, Anderson set career lows in home runs (1), RBI (25), and ISO (.051). He had the eighth-lowest oWAR (-0.4) among batters who played over 100 games. He could bounce back in 2024, but his underlying metrics do not suggest he belongs on rosters in traditional 5x5, 12-team leagues. Hard pass.
17 weeks ago
Michael Wacha Note
Michael Wacha photo 285. Michael Wacha SP - KC
MacKenzie Gore Note
MacKenzie Gore photo 286. MacKenzie Gore SP - WSH
Max Scherzer Note
Max Scherzer photo 287. Max Scherzer SP - TEX
Seth Lugo Note
Seth Lugo photo 288. Seth Lugo SP - KC
Griffin Canning Note
Griffin Canning photo 289. Griffin Canning SP - LAA
Colt Keith Note
Colt Keith photo 290. Colt Keith 2B,3B,DH - DET
Nelson Velazquez Note
Nelson Velazquez photo 291. Nelson Velazquez LF,RF,DH - KC
Will Smith Note
Will Smith photo 292. Will Smith RP - KC
Jackson Merrill Note
Jackson Merrill photo 293. Jackson Merrill SS,CF - SD
Lance Lynn Note
Lance Lynn photo 294. Lance Lynn SP - STL
Taj Bradley Note
Taj Bradley photo 295. Taj Bradley SP - TB
Jon Gray Note
Jon Gray photo 296. Jon Gray SP - TEX
Jake Cronenworth Note
Jake Cronenworth photo 297. Jake Cronenworth 1B,2B - SD
Alejandro Kirk Note
Alejandro Kirk photo 298. Alejandro Kirk C - TOR
A.J. Puk Note
A.J. Puk photo 299. A.J. Puk RP,SP - MIA
Joey Meneses Note
Joey Meneses photo 300. Joey Meneses 1B,DH - WSH
Ceddanne Rafaela Note
Ceddanne Rafaela photo 301. Ceddanne Rafaela 2B,CF,SS - BOS
Jordan Westburg Note
Jordan Westburg photo 302. Jordan Westburg 2B,3B - BAL
Tommy Pham Note
Tommy Pham photo 303. Tommy Pham LF,CF,RF,DH - CWS
Shea Langeliers Note
Shea Langeliers photo 304. Shea Langeliers C - OAK
Matt Wallner Note
Matt Wallner photo 305. Matt Wallner LF,RF - MIN
Hunter Harvey Note
Hunter Harvey photo 306. Hunter Harvey RP - KC
Louie Varland Note
Louie Varland photo 307. Louie Varland SP,RP - MIN
Andrew Benintendi Note
Andrew Benintendi photo 308. Andrew Benintendi LF - CWS
Robert Stephenson Note
Robert Stephenson photo 309. Robert Stephenson RP - LAA
Emmet Sheehan Note
Emmet Sheehan photo 310. Emmet Sheehan SP - LAD
Michael Busch Note
Michael Busch photo 311. Michael Busch 1B,3B - CHC
Mitch Haniger Note
Mitch Haniger photo 312. Mitch Haniger DH,LF,RF - SEA
Luke Raley Note
Luke Raley photo 313. Luke Raley 1B,LF,CF,RF - SEA
Ryan Pressly Note
Ryan Pressly photo 314. Ryan Pressly RP - HOU
Ryan Pressly saved 31 games for the Astros in 2023, striking out 74 batters in 65 1/3 innings. Unfortunately for fantasy managers, his ERA took a big leap to 3.58 after being under 3.00 in 2021 and 2022. He also allowed harder contact than in previous years. Pressly is a closer with a strong positive (pitches for the Astros) and some downside (K/9 barely over 10, high ERA). When closers start flying off the board in the 7th-9th rounds, Pressly is a decent option. Just don't reach for him in the upper tier of RP.
17 weeks ago
Gavin Stone Note
Gavin Stone photo 315. Gavin Stone SP - LAD
Brendan Rodgers Note
Brendan Rodgers photo 316. Brendan Rodgers 2B - COL
Joc Pederson Note
Joc Pederson photo 317. Joc Pederson LF,DH - ARI
Jordan Lawlar Note
Jordan Lawlar photo 318. Jordan Lawlar SS - ARI
Yuki Matsui Note
Yuki Matsui photo 319. Yuki Matsui RP - SD
Alex Kirilloff Note
Alex Kirilloff photo 320. Alex Kirilloff 1B,DH,LF,RF - MIN
Logan Allen Note
Logan Allen photo 321. Logan Allen SP - CLE
Ryan Jeffers Note
Ryan Jeffers photo 322. Ryan Jeffers C,DH - MIN
Noelvi Marte Note
Noelvi Marte photo 323. Noelvi Marte 3B - CIN
James Paxton Note
James Paxton photo 324. James Paxton SP - LAD
Charlie Blackmon Note
Charlie Blackmon photo 325. Charlie Blackmon RF,DH - COL
Garrett Whitlock Note
Garrett Whitlock photo 326. Garrett Whitlock SP,RP - BOS
Brandon Marsh Note
Brandon Marsh photo 327. Brandon Marsh LF,CF - PHI
Orlando Arcia Note
Orlando Arcia photo 328. Orlando Arcia SS - ATL
DJ LeMahieu Note
DJ LeMahieu photo 329. DJ LeMahieu 1B,2B,3B - NYY
Brett Baty Note
Brett Baty photo 330. Brett Baty 3B - NYM
Edward Cabrera Note
Edward Cabrera photo 331. Edward Cabrera SP - MIA
Joel Payamps Note
Joel Payamps photo 332. Joel Payamps RP - MIL
Dean Kremer Note
Dean Kremer photo 333. Dean Kremer SP - BAL
DL Hall Note
DL Hall photo 334. DL Hall RP,SP - MIL
Tyler Wells Note
Tyler Wells photo 335. Tyler Wells SP - BAL
John Means Note
John Means photo 336. John Means SP - BAL
Ranger Suarez Note
Ranger Suarez photo 337. Ranger Suarez SP - PHI
Victor Scott Note
Victor Scott photo 338. Victor Scott CF - STL
Jordan Hicks Note
Jordan Hicks photo 339. Jordan Hicks RP,SP - SF
Elias Diaz Note
Elias Diaz photo 340. Elias Diaz C,DH - COL
Frankie Montas Note
Frankie Montas photo 341. Frankie Montas SP,RP - CIN
Michael Conforto Note
Michael Conforto photo 342. Michael Conforto LF,RF - SF
Amed Rosario Note
Amed Rosario photo 343. Amed Rosario 2B,3B,DH,RF,SS - TB
Jason Adam Note
Jason Adam photo 344. Jason Adam RP - TB
Willi Castro Note
Willi Castro photo 345. Willi Castro 2B,3B,CF,LF,SS - MIN
Wilmer Flores Note
Wilmer Flores photo 346. Wilmer Flores 1B,3B,DH - SF
Kyle Manzardo Note
Kyle Manzardo photo 347. Kyle Manzardo 1B,DH - CLE
Harrison Bader Note
Harrison Bader photo 348. Harrison Bader CF - NYM
Yoan Moncada Note
Yoan Moncada photo 349. Yoan Moncada 3B - CWS
Hunter Renfroe Note
Hunter Renfroe photo 350. Hunter Renfroe 1B,RF - KC
Masyn Winn Note
Masyn Winn photo 351. Masyn Winn SS - STL
Jack Flaherty Note
Jack Flaherty photo 352. Jack Flaherty SP - DET
Brice Turang Note
Brice Turang photo 353. Brice Turang 2B,SS - MIL
Sean Manaea Note
Sean Manaea photo 354. Sean Manaea SP,RP - NYM
David Robertson Note
David Robertson photo 355. David Robertson RP - TEX
Kevin Ginkel Note
Kevin Ginkel photo 356. Kevin Ginkel RP - ARI
Aroldis Chapman Note
Aroldis Chapman photo 357. Aroldis Chapman RP - PIT
Abner Uribe Note
Abner Uribe photo 358. Abner Uribe RP - MIL
Ramon Laureano Note
Ramon Laureano photo 359. Ramon Laureano CF,RF - ATL
Yennier Cano Note
Yennier Cano photo 360. Yennier Cano RP - BAL
Griffin Jax Note
Griffin Jax photo 361. Griffin Jax RP - MIN
Chris Paddack Note
Chris Paddack photo 362. Chris Paddack SP,RP - MIN
Alek Thomas Note
Alek Thomas photo 363. Alek Thomas CF - ARI
Zack Littell Note
Zack Littell photo 364. Zack Littell SP,RP - TB
Jake McCarthy Note
Jake McCarthy photo 365. Jake McCarthy CF,LF,RF - ARI
Projected as Arizona's starting left fielder, Jake McCarthy brings exceptional speed, ranking in the 98th percentile, making him a decent pick for NL-only fantasy leagues. However, his value is less pronounced in mixed leagues, so he's either your last pick or waiver wire fodder.
17 weeks ago
Brenton Doyle Note
Brenton Doyle photo 366. Brenton Doyle CF - COL
Paul Skenes Note
Paul Skenes photo 367. Paul Skenes SP - PIT
Jameson Taillon Note
Jameson Taillon photo 368. Jameson Taillon SP - CHC
Clarke Schmidt Note
Clarke Schmidt photo 369. Clarke Schmidt SP - NYY
Ryan Noda Note
Ryan Noda photo 370. Ryan Noda 1B - OAK
Austin Wells Note
Austin Wells photo 371. Austin Wells C - NYY
Colton Cowser Note
Colton Cowser photo 372. Colton Cowser LF,CF,RF - BAL
Ezequiel Duran Note
Ezequiel Duran photo 373. Ezequiel Duran 1B,3B,DH,LF,SS - TEX
Nolan Schanuel Note
Nolan Schanuel photo 374. Nolan Schanuel 1B - LAA
Javier Baez Note
Javier Baez photo 375. Javier Baez SS - DET
Mark Canha Note
Mark Canha photo 376. Mark Canha 1B,DH,LF,RF - DET
Anthony Rendon Note
Anthony Rendon photo 377. Anthony Rendon 3B,DH - LAA
Danny Jansen Note
Danny Jansen photo 378. Danny Jansen C,DH - TOR
JP Sears Note
JP Sears photo 379. JP Sears SP - OAK
Max Meyer Note
Max Meyer photo 380. Max Meyer SP - MIA
Josiah Gray Note
Josiah Gray photo 381. Josiah Gray SP - WSH
Chase Silseth Note
Chase Silseth photo 382. Chase Silseth SP,RP - LAA
Miles Mikolas Note
Miles Mikolas photo 383. Miles Mikolas SP - STL
Trevor Megill Note
Trevor Megill photo 384. Trevor Megill RP - MIL
Andrew Heaney Note
Andrew Heaney photo 385. Andrew Heaney SP,RP - TEX
James McArthur Note
James McArthur photo 386. James McArthur RP - KC
Casey Mize Note
Casey Mize photo 387. Casey Mize SP - DET
Jesus Sanchez Note
Jesus Sanchez photo 388. Jesus Sanchez CF,DH,LF,RF - MIA
Trevor Rogers Note
Trevor Rogers photo 389. Trevor Rogers SP - MIA
Davis Schneider Note
Davis Schneider photo 390. Davis Schneider 2B,LF - TOR
Jared Jones Note
Jared Jones photo 391. Jared Jones SP - PIT
Erick Fedde Note
Erick Fedde photo 392. Erick Fedde SP - CWS
Reynaldo Lopez Note
Reynaldo Lopez photo 393. Reynaldo Lopez RP,SP - ATL
Michael Kopech Note
Michael Kopech photo 394. Michael Kopech RP,SP - CWS
Taijuan Walker Note
Taijuan Walker photo 395. Taijuan Walker SP - PHI
Matt Brash Note
Matt Brash photo 396. Matt Brash RP - SEA
Garrett Mitchell Note
Garrett Mitchell photo 397. Garrett Mitchell CF - MIL
Dane Dunning Note
Dane Dunning photo 398. Dane Dunning SP,RP - TEX
Johan Rojas Note
Johan Rojas photo 399. Johan Rojas CF - PHI
Harold Ramirez Note
Harold Ramirez photo 400. Harold Ramirez DH,LF,RF - WSH
Carlos Santana Note
Carlos Santana photo 401. Carlos Santana 1B - MIN
LaMonte Wade Jr. Note
LaMonte Wade Jr. photo 402. LaMonte Wade Jr. 1B,LF,RF - SF
Justin Lawrence Note
Justin Lawrence photo 403. Justin Lawrence RP - COL
Luis Gil Note
Luis Gil photo 404. Luis Gil SP - NYY
Garrett Crochet Note
Garrett Crochet photo 405. Garrett Crochet SP,RP - CWS
Bryan Abreu Note
Bryan Abreu photo 406. Bryan Abreu RP - HOU
Ryan O'Hearn Note
Ryan O'Hearn photo 407. Ryan O'Hearn 1B,DH,LF,RF - BAL
Chris Taylor Note
Chris Taylor photo 408. Chris Taylor 2B,3B,CF,LF,SS - LAD
Lucas Giolito Note
Lucas Giolito photo 409. Lucas Giolito SP - BOS
Rowdy Tellez Note
Rowdy Tellez photo 410. Rowdy Tellez 1B,DH - PIT
Tylor Megill Note
Tylor Megill photo 411. Tylor Megill SP - NYM
Tanner Houck Note
Tanner Houck photo 412. Tanner Houck SP - BOS
Seranthony Dominguez Note
Seranthony Dominguez photo 413. Seranthony Dominguez RP - PHI
Hector Neris Note
Hector Neris photo 414. Hector Neris RP - CHC
Jose Quintana Note
Jose Quintana photo 415. Jose Quintana SP - NYM
Patrick Sandoval Note
Patrick Sandoval photo 416. Patrick Sandoval SP - LAA
Clayton Kershaw Note
Clayton Kershaw photo 417. Clayton Kershaw SP - LAD
Pete Crow-Armstrong Note
Pete Crow-Armstrong photo 418. Pete Crow-Armstrong CF - CHC
Luis Garcia Note
Luis Garcia photo 419. Luis Garcia 2B - WSH
Ricky Tiedemann Note
Ricky Tiedemann photo 420. Ricky Tiedemann SP - TOR
Adam Duvall Note
Adam Duvall photo 421. Adam Duvall CF,LF,RF - ATL
Graham Ashcraft Note
Graham Ashcraft photo 422. Graham Ashcraft SP - CIN
Jon Berti Note
Jon Berti photo 423. Jon Berti 2B,3B,SS,LF - NYY
Scott Barlow Note
Scott Barlow photo 424. Scott Barlow RP - CLE
Jesse Winker Note
Jesse Winker photo 425. Jesse Winker LF,DH - WSH
Alex Cobb Note
Alex Cobb photo 426. Alex Cobb SP - SF
J.D. Davis Note
J.D. Davis photo 427. J.D. Davis 1B,3B,DH - NYY
Mickey Moniak Note
Mickey Moniak photo 428. Mickey Moniak LF,CF,RF - LAA
Elehuris Montero Note
Elehuris Montero photo 429. Elehuris Montero 1B,3B,DH - COL
Alek Manoah Note
Alek Manoah photo 430. Alek Manoah SP - TOR
Steven Matz Note
Steven Matz photo 431. Steven Matz SP,RP - STL
John Brebbia Note
John Brebbia photo 432. John Brebbia SP,RP - CWS
James Wood Note
James Wood photo 433. James Wood CF,LF,RF - WSH
Dylan Floro Note
Dylan Floro photo 434. Dylan Floro RP - WSH
Connor Wong Note
Connor Wong photo 435. Connor Wong C,DH - BOS
Jake Rogers Note
Jake Rogers photo 436. Jake Rogers C,DH - DET
Yimi Garcia Note
Yimi Garcia photo 437. Yimi Garcia RP - TOR
A.J. Minter Note
A.J. Minter photo 438. A.J. Minter RP - ATL
Giovanny Gallegos Note
Giovanny Gallegos photo 439. Giovanny Gallegos RP - STL
Heston Kjerstad Note
Heston Kjerstad photo 440. Heston Kjerstad DH,LF - BAL
Jorge Lopez Note
Jorge Lopez photo 441. Jorge Lopez RP - CHC
Patrick Bailey Note
Patrick Bailey photo 442. Patrick Bailey C - SF
Seth Brown Note
Seth Brown photo 443. Seth Brown 1B,LF,RF - OAK
Oscar Gonzalez Note
Oscar Gonzalez photo 444. Oscar Gonzalez RF - NYY
Jose Caballero Note
Jose Caballero photo 445. Jose Caballero 2B,3B,SS - TB
Taylor Rogers Note
Taylor Rogers photo 446. Taylor Rogers RP - SF
J.P. France Note
J.P. France photo 447. J.P. France SP - HOU
Jeff Hoffman Note
Jeff Hoffman photo 448. Jeff Hoffman RP - PHI
Andrew McCutchen Note
Andrew McCutchen photo 449. Andrew McCutchen RF,DH - PIT
Brady Singer Note
Brady Singer photo 450. Brady Singer SP - KC
Joe Boyle Note
Joe Boyle photo 451. Joe Boyle SP - OAK
Yan Gomes Note
Yan Gomes photo 452. Yan Gomes C - FA
Michael Soroka Note
Michael Soroka photo 453. Michael Soroka RP,SP - CWS
Jordan Wicks Note
Jordan Wicks photo 454. Jordan Wicks SP - CHC
Jacob deGrom Note
Jacob deGrom photo 455. Jacob deGrom SP - TEX
Sawyer Gipson-Long Note
Sawyer Gipson-Long photo 456. Sawyer Gipson-Long SP - DET
Rene Pinto Note
Rene Pinto photo 457. Rene Pinto C - TB
Gary Sanchez Note
Gary Sanchez photo 458. Gary Sanchez C,DH - MIL
Kyle Gibson Note
Kyle Gibson photo 459. Kyle Gibson SP - STL
Brock Stewart Note
Brock Stewart photo 460. Brock Stewart RP - MIN
Tyler Kinley Note
Tyler Kinley photo 461. Tyler Kinley RP - COL
C.J. Cron Note
C.J. Cron photo 462. C.J. Cron 1B - FA
Jasson Dominguez Note
Jasson Dominguez photo 463. Jasson Dominguez CF - NYY
Jared Triolo Note
Jared Triolo photo 464. Jared Triolo 1B,2B,3B,SS - PIT
Adalberto Mondesi Note
Adalberto Mondesi photo 465. Adalberto Mondesi SS - FA
Gregory Santos Note
Gregory Santos photo 466. Gregory Santos RP - SEA
Michael Massey Note
Michael Massey photo 467. Michael Massey 2B,DH - KC
Eddie Rosario Note
Eddie Rosario photo 468. Eddie Rosario CF,DH,LF,RF - ATL
Orion Kerkering Note
Orion Kerkering photo 469. Orion Kerkering RP - PHI
Chase DeLauter Note
Chase DeLauter photo 470. Chase DeLauter CF,OF,RF - CLE
Daniel Bard Note
Daniel Bard photo 471. Daniel Bard RP - COL
Brusdar Graterol Note
Brusdar Graterol photo 472. Brusdar Graterol RP - LAD
Keaton Winn Note
Keaton Winn photo 473. Keaton Winn SP - SF
Jhony Brito Note
Jhony Brito photo 474. Jhony Brito SP,RP - SD
Kyle Hendricks Note
Kyle Hendricks photo 475. Kyle Hendricks RP,SP - CHC
Matt Strahm Note
Matt Strahm photo 476. Matt Strahm SP,RP - PHI
Aaron Ashby Note
Aaron Ashby photo