2016 Outlook: Entering last season, the assumption was it would be Avila's last in Detroit and as the summer progressed, he'd cede more and more playing time to James McCann. An early season stint on the disabled list for a knee issue accelerated the transition as McCann played well in his stead, earning the lion's share of time behind the plate. But slashing 0.186/0.338/0.271 after returning in early July didn't exactly give the Tigers a reason to play Avila. This season, Avila and Dioner Navarro comprise the revamped Chicago White Sox receiving corps. Based on last season's production and the higher contract awarded to Navarro, it appears Avila will be playing second fiddle. Unless you play in a deep on-base percentage league, Avila shouldn't be on your radar at all.