Third base is a stacked position with players who can provide similar production to Bryant drafted rounds later. Boston

Correa has dealt with recurring issues regarding his back and core. OAK During that time, he owned a 5.80 ERA with a 22.6% strikeout rate, his lowest rate since 2013. His ADP has dropped a bit to 40, but Snell feels like a ticking time bomb with all of these issues in his throwing arm. Entering 2019, he had all but 10 home runs in in his first 999 plate appearances. I just kind of continued that into this season. Truthfully, how much of a difference is there between Bryant and Josh Donaldson, who's being drafted almost 50 picks later?

Do the underlying numbers support it? At 34 years old, I'll let somebody else roll the dice in 2020.

Andrew Benintendi finally improved against left-handed pitching in 2019… and then got worse everywhere else. I'm not willing to find out. 2B

Beyond that, he is a tremendous clubhouse presence because of how much he cares. The warning signs are all there.

Benintendi posted a career-high 22.8% strikeout rate after posting back-to-back seasons of 17% or less. Bauer is overrated for Fantasy because of his name and strikeout ability. His current ADP is 22.8. When contract comparables were mentioned by Realmuto’s camp, the name Paul Goldschmidt rolled easily off their tongues even though he is a slugging first baseman able to take the field on a daily basis. I’ve figured myself out and the results are showing.” Could he be capable of hitting 30 home runs in a 162-game season? at Kansas City His plate discipline is starting to slip and his Statcast numbers are declining. It’s more timing- and approach-based than anything. The problem for Hader comes in the form of Corey Knebel, who is returning from Tommy John surgery and is expected to be ready when play resumes.

If that happens again in an 80-game season, you're looking at about 48 games played for Correa. At 32 years old, I'm just not buying the middle-aged breakout. TEX

While it may seem subtle, his plate discipline is also beginning to slip a little bit. For Jose Altuve, he's missed 63 games over the last two seasons due to knee and hamstring issues. We all know it's not sustainable.