Two catcher leagues prove challenging due to the demands of the position along with depth lacking identifying hitters who will not weigh down a fantasy offense. Since developing as a catcher requires learning how to handle a pitching staff, it often delays the progress of them as hitters, especially for fantasy purposes. 

Prior to 2021, Tyler Stephenson resided on sleeper lists due to his success over a small sample last season. He hit .294 with two home runs in eight games but with a strikeout rate of 45 percent providing warning signs of potential discipline concerns over a full season. However, after 68 games, he's hitting .281/.381/.432 with 34 runs, five home runs and 22 RBI with an 11.6 percent walk rate and 17.7 strikeout...