The last time we saw A.J. Pollock healthy for a full season (2015), we saw one hell of a season from the then Arizona outfielder. In that magical 2015 season, Pollock hit .315 with 20 home runs, 76 RBI, 111 runs scored and 39 stolen bases, not to mention a solid OPS of .865. He was a popular sleeper pick that season, but since then, misfortunate injuries have cost him the past three seasons. He played just 12 games in 2016, and 112 and 113 games in 2017 and 2018 respectively. If it weren’t for the injuries, he was en route to productive fantasy seasons, especially last season, where he had 21 home runs in just 113 games. If only he could have stayed healthy...

However, that is the growing knack on Pollock and what makes him such a risky selection, especially with his ADP placing him somewhere between the sixth and eight rounds of 15-team formats. I guess the fortunate thing for fantasy owners is that labeling this guy as injury prone might be a bit far fetched, considering that...