If you let your imagination wander, you can see Jurickson Profar approximating a combination of Francisco Lindor and Marwin Gonzalez in 2019.
It hasn’t been smooth sailing on the South Side for Carlos Rodon, but fantasy owners who have been patient with the former top prospect are in position to be rewarded in 2019.
If health permits, Wil Myers can be one of 2019’s biggest game changers with legitimate 30-homer/30-steal potential.
Shane Bieber has a reasonable chance to finish 2019 as fantasy baseball’s most profitable starting pitcher.
Embodying the traditional characteristics of a “sleeper”, Jackie Bradley Jr. will go largely ignored in 2019 drafts before ending the season as a key piece of numerous title-contending fantasy teams.
After finishing 2018 on a tear, Zack Wheeler will serve as an affordable top-of-the-rotation option for fantasy owners in 2019.
Adalberto Mondesi, son of former MLB All-Star, Raul, is Trea Turner at an affordable price; maybe even vintage Jose Reyes.
With J.T. Realmuto shipped to Philadelphia and Gary Sanchez coming off a rocky 2018, the latter will likely remain stuck behind the former in the majority of preseason rankings. It’s Sanchez, however, who deserves your nod as the top backstop off the board.
Only minutes before the NBA trade deadline passed, it was the Philadelphia Phillies pulling off the highest profile trade of the day by acquiring catcher J.T. Realmuto from the Miami Marlins.
You’ll need to search far and wide to find someone who doesn’t have Mike Trout and Mookie Betts ranked Nos. 1 and 2. The fun starts for the souls who draw the No. 3 pick and the hand wringing that comes with it. There are number of safe, exciting and dynamic options to settle on after the first two selections fly off the board, but Ronald Acuna Jr. is the boldest.