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Sleeper (Ryan O’Hearn)
In his 2018 rookie campaign,1st Baseman Ryan O’Hearn hit .262 with 12 home runs and 30 RBI’s in only 149 at bats. Averaged over a full season, O’Hearn’s benchmarks grow to 30 home runs and 110 RBI’s. His impressive season following his late July call up, went relatively unnoticed despite a 2.7 points per game average in ESPN Standard Scoring formats. Many of the people who have O’Hearn on their radar expect a significant decrease in his statistics, and while this will happen to some degree, I don’t feel that it will be significant and here’s why. The Royals lineup isn’t dangerous by any means however O’Hearn hits in a valuable spot: behind Adalberto Mondesi and Whit Merrifield. Both have 50+ steal upside while Adalberto Mondesi could possibly snag 75+ bags. Anytime you can find ceiling/floor combo that should produce around 80+ RBI’s, 20+ HR’s, and a .250+ BA it's a good bet. But with an ADP of 260, O’Hearn is still on the board late in drafts. In roto leagues, O’Hearn can produce at an elite level (based upon his value in 2-3 categories) and if your draft has already taken place I would suggest using a waiver selection on him. In points leagues, I have already vocalized my opinion on bench batters but if you are struggling to find production at a 1B eligible slot, check your waiver wire for O’Hearn as he is only owned in 4% of leagues.
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