2017 Outlook: The move to first base couldn't have worked out better: His 147 games played were his most since 2012, and his No. 53 finish on the Player Rater was his best since 2010. Those successes, however, might cause him to be overvalued entering 2017, as he exhibited a widening platoon split -- 116 points of wOBA, his second-largest split of his career -- and the lowest contact rate of his career (78 percent). Ramirez's scorching finish could signify that a less-taxing defensive role might have increased his odds of repeating his number of games played, but he's also now 33 years old with a checkered injury history. He's a sixth or seventh rounder in standard mixed leagues as well as points-based scoring, and no longer possesses the profit potential from there he had in the past.
2017 Outlook: Moreland has managed at least 20 home runs and 60 RBIs in three of the past four seasons -- those coinciding with his three healthiest campaigns -- and now moves to Boston, where he'll take over first base to afford Hanley Ramirez to shift to the less-taxing DH position. Not much should change; the Red Sox's lineup probably won't provide much more counting-numbers support than the Rangers' did last year, and Fenway Park in most respects is a worse environment for left-handed power than Globe Life Park. Consider Moreland corner infield material in larger-than-standard mixed leagues.