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To be fair to Turner, his SB ability gives him a leg up on where Correa was last year, but he odds of him clubbing 20 HRs or hitting north of. Correa fits the profile of a plus HR hitter who should drive in a bunch of runs and could steal 20 bases. This isn't a knock on Turner; it's merely a reminder of how good Correa is and will be. Click here for our SS rankings. In truth, looked like the year Beltre started to fall off, as he hit. But he came roaring back last year. Beltre certainly has withstood the test of time as one of the very best players of his generation, but at almost 38 and already dealing with a calf injury, we suspect his '17 season is going to be closer to his '15 output than his '16 production.
He'd finish with a. At 25, Yelich still has room to grow, especially in the power and run-production departments. All five of these former current? As a result, these guys are plummeting much lower than usual in drafts, but that creates value opportunities for the fantasy owners who take chances on them.
Some of these pitchers are on the downside of their careers, but that doesn't mean they can't have at least one more season in the sun. We rank Keuchel the highest, but Greinke and Hernandez are right behind him. Wainwright is the lowest because of his declining K-rate.
Harvey just might have the most upside if he's healthy. Click here for our SP rankings. Some of these changes will be temporary because of DL stints; others will be permanent.