2018 Outlook: One of two primary competitors for the White Sox's starting center field job, Garcia brings more to the fantasy baseball table than fellow competitor Adam Engel. Garcia is a bit of a free swinger, which could make him streaky if he emerges, though his history of 20-plus stolen base totals in the minor leagues makes him a useful contributor in the category in AL-only formats.
2018 Outlook: The worst hitter in all of baseball during the season half of last season, at least in terms of his .136/.198/.255 slash rates, .201 wOBA and 38.0 percent strikeout rate, Engel will be on the White Sox's roster for a solitary purpose: Defense. He's excellent with the glove, which could fuel enough at-bats that he'll provide double-digit steals in fantasy, but his batting average will be a major drain on your team.
2018 Outlook: Tilson has had exceedingly poor luck in the injury department since making his big-league debut in August 2016, suffering a torn left hamstring in that game (required season-ending surgery), then a stress reaction in his right foot in the first 10 days of 2017 spring training, followed by a stress reaction in his right ankle in June 2017 that brought his season to a premature close. Assuming he's healthy, Tilson will begin the year in Triple-A awaiting an opportunity with the White Sox. He'd be a worthwhile pickup if recalled midseason.