- Austin Hays
In only 69 PA’s we have to go with minor league data as there is nothing outstanding that I see there. The he has done in the majors in 21 games is get on base. He should be the lead-off hitter.
2. Hanser Alberto
Interesting sophmore guy as he had the majority of his PA’s in 2019 in the majors despite spending 3 years on the Rangers roster. He’s a batting average guy with high ground ball numbers.
3. Anthony Santander
As a popular low cost DFS option this could be the heart of the lineup. He could get better as the season progresses.
4. Trey Mancini
This cleanup hitter showed impressive ability to drive in runs with .244 ISO last year. His XSLG, Barrel, and Exit Velo back it up but only for a season. He could be steadily improving instead regressing back to the norm. 28 yrs old.
5. Renato Nunez
Has potential to increase his exit velocity. His .216 ISO 31 HR season did not seem like a fluke. Also a good spot for DFS on this salary saver team.
6. Rio Ruiz
Did not excel against any type of pitch or category. However he does get his HR’s off of Righties. He will either regress back to the minors or get better.
7. Chris Davis
With 2 consecutive years all his numbers being below avg. for any MLB player, does he have anything left?
8. Pedro Severino
He’s worked his way up to good Xwoba. Don’t expect much power.