Two years ago, when submitting a similar article for the 2018 MLB Draft Guide, I ultimately decided that one could wait on starting pitching. And after some time of reflection, I’ve changed my mind a little bit. Knowing when to draft starting pitching is always dependent on your league’s rules and format first and foremost. The new tone towards being more aggressive with starting pitchers is a by-product of the juiced ball. If you read up on The Value of Tiers you’ll know that there is more depth at virtually every offensive position, save for catcher. But the more depth provided to hitters means you can be a little more patient on drafting offensive pieces. In 2019 there were 53 players with at least 30 home runs and 96 with at least 20 dingers. In 2018, only 26 players finished with 30 or more home runs and 77 with at least 20. For 2020, Steamer currently has 56 hitters projected for 30+ home runs, and 142 players projected for 20+ home runs. That being said, it appears there are...