2018 Outlook: Zimmerman added yoga to his repertoire and began examining Statcast data -- launch angles specifically -- at the onset of the 2016-17 offseason, his greater fortune in the health department and improved approach at the plate fueling a torrid, .330/.373/.596 first half. As pitchers adjusted to him, however, he gave back some of those gains thereafter, his .269/.337/.542 second-half numbers more representative of his true talent. Now 33 years old, Zimmerman might be hard-pressed to repeat his 144 games played, so be careful not to overpay chasing last year's numbers. He's a solid midrounder in all formats, but shouldn't be considered a leading man on a fantasy team.
2018 Outlook: Though Coors Field itself had a bit to do with it, Reynolds seemed like a different player for the Rockies than he did in his nine big league seasons that preceded it. He made slightly greater contact, batting higher in his road games in either season than he did in any full season from 2010-15, resulting in a rebound to the 30-homer plateau in 2017. Now a free agent, Reynolds nevertheless is in danger of his numbers dropping if he doesn't return to the Rockies, as it's important to note that he batted .301/.389/.546 during his Coors games, compared to .247/.318/.397 on the road, in his two seasons for them. With the increasing daily odds of that happening, he's wiser left as a mixed-league endgamer.