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4 weeks agoHe did not make his season debut until mid-May because of a foot injury during the offseason, but Miguel Sano had a career year in 2019. He smashed a career-high 34 home runs and drove in 79 runs in only 439 plate appearances. Due to his high amount of strikeouts (36.3 K% for his career), he will never be a BA asset; however, his double-digit walk rates make him a must draft in OBP leagues. At 6’4” 272 lbs., Sano is a destroyer of baseballs. His average exit velocities (94.4 MPH) and hard% (57.2%) are consistently in the top 1% of the league. If he can stay healthy, 40+ home run seasons are in his future. With the Twins signing Josh Donaldson, Sano will move to the other side of the diamond, so he should be 1B/3B eligible early in the 2020 season. The Twins lineup is stacked, so expect the 26-year-old to drive in many runs this year. He is currently selected with the 129 overall pick and 19th third baseman off the board, which makes him an absolute steal.--Shelly Verougstraete - RotoBaller
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