2018 Outlook: Though we had to wait through a half-season in the minors and another month-plus of his adapting to the big leagues, Moncada showed promise last September, with .276/.349/.469 slash rates and five home runs in his final 24 games. Though he wasn't given the green light on the base paths as often as he was in the minors, he still possesses the raw speed to swipe 20-plus bags annually with experience. Moncada's biggest weakness is his penchant for strikeouts, as his 32.0 percent whiff rate in the majors last season puts him at batting-average risk, for those who value it in Rotisserie formats. He'll be a streaky performer, but one with legitimate 20/20 potential from the middle infield.
2018 Outlook: Shuffling primarily between second and third base, Sanchez, initially ticketed to be a utility infielder for the White Sox, found his way into the starting lineup 124 times last season. Keep in mind though, Chicago's more promising youngsters are another year older, with more experience. As a result, Sanchez might not be so lucky to capture at-bats, and their resulting influence on his counting numbers, this time around. He'll be involved, helping AL-only owners from the back-end of their rosters, but don't expect a repeat.