2019 MLB Draft Guide: Overlooked Category Contributors
Jon Impemba takes a look at some of the MLB role players who can help you in specific fantasy baseball categories.
We all go into our fantasy drafts with the goal of finding players who can contribute across the board. The idea of building a well-balanced team to help you climb the ranks of your roto, points or head-to-head fantasy leagues. As we get deeper in the drafts however there are fewer and fewer players who contribute across the board but that does not mean all is lost. There are plenty of players who can offer above average to even top end production in singular categories. Identifying these players will help you round out your roster and add some insurance if you find you are lacking in a category as the draft goes on.
Adam Duvall OF, CIN- Duvall is currently sitting with an average ADP of 153 which is good for the 12-13th round in 12-team standard league formats. Duvall has averaged 32 home runs and 103 RBI over the last two seasons. The downside with Duvall comes with his averages as he has hit below .250 in each of those seasons with an average OBP of...