Brant Chesser
Ken Giles aims to rebound with saves in Toronto, Greg Allen's speed can be useful on fantasy rosters, and Michael Fulmer carries some downside in 2019.
Stephen Nickrand
Enrique Hernandez's growth late in 2018 and overall surge against righties are positioning himself for further gains in 2019.
Robert Berger
Can Jonathan Villar come close to a repeat of the 62 SB/19 HR season of 2016? Plus Kyle Seager, Rick Porcello, Mike Leake, and Jeimer Candelario.
Brian Rudd
Jesus Aguilar was a difference maker for owners who scooped him up on the cheap in 2018, but now that you have to pay up, is he still worth targeting? Plus, Paul DeJong, Odubel Herrera, Cole Hamels, and Sean Newcomb.
Jeffrey Tomich
Will Colin McHugh's relief dominance be lost in translation when he returns to being a starter? Plus Kole Calhoun, Whit Merrifield, Dylan Bundy and Gary Sanchez.
Stephen Nickrand
The late skills growth of Joey Lucchesi in 2018 gives him some hidden breakout potential moving into 2019.
Brandon Kruse
Marcell Ozuna followed up a breakout 2017 season with a disappointing step back in value—which version of Ozuna should we expect in 2019? Plus, Wade LeBlanc, Ji-Man Choi, Jake Arrieta, and Luke Voit.