There are many people that don't pay much attention to Spring Training and dismiss it too easily. There can be a lot of things to learn leading to big dividends in fantasy baseball.

One such player for me was Carlos Rodón . The White Sox left-hander wasn't on my radar when I started drafting in January. He only pitched 7.2 innings last season and 34.2 innings in 2019. Before that, he struggled and showed flashes occasionally, but command was an issue. He wasn't even guaranteed a spot in the starting rotation. What was there to see?

Rodon worked on his mechanics with pitching coach Ethan Katz and entered the spring the healthiest he has been. He looked excellent in the spring, allowing two runs on nine hits with one walk and had 16...