Devin Mesoraco had a good season despite playing in just 114 games. After signing a four-year, $28 million deal, he will see an increase in playing time and be a steal for fantasy owners in 2015.
David Ortiz no longer plays first base, but that doesn't mean he doesn't have fantasy value. As a designated hitter, he can still crank out 30 home runs and 100 RBI. Draft him with confidence in 2015.
Troy Tulowitzki is currently ranked as the best fantasy shortstop heading into 2015. However, with his injury history, can you really trust him? I think not.
The Washington Nationals brought in Max Scherzer during the offseason. If Tanner Roark could reclaim a rotation spot in Washington or be moved elsewhere, he would be a nice starting pitcher sleeper.
Dellin Betances is in line to become the New York Yankees' new closer. He had an excellent 2014 campaign and could succeed as the closer for fantasy owners in 2015.
The New York Yankees brought in Didi Gregorius to fill the gap left by Derek Jeter. While there is still room to develop as a hitter, Gregorius should fare well in the new Yankees Stadium.
Miguel Cabrera is a former No. 1 fantasy draft pick. After a dissapointing 2014 season, he enters the 2015 with a lot of question marks. With second-round rankings, he is a big risk.
Julian Edelman had a fantastic game in the Divisional Round. The Patriots ran the ball down the Colts' throat in Week 11. Edelman is unlikely to throw or catch a touchdown, so look elsewhere.
Corey Kluber struck out 269 batters on his way to winning the AL Cy Young award. With a huge jump in ADP from 2014 to 2015, will Kluber be able to post those same numbers?
Jose Altuve finished No. 1 on ESPN's Player Rater. He led the league in hits and batting average, and finished second in stolen bases. Can Altuve repeat those stats in 2015?