As April 1 approaches, the search for the player or players that will out perform expectations as well as recognize players that may underperform is a key to winning a fantasy baseball title.
Every year the difference in finishing first or not often comes down to the manager who grabbed a player that was overlooked or undervalued.
Losing often comes down to bad luck - injuries of key players who can't be replaced from the waiver wire but the truth is few managers wina fantasy title without making moves on the waiver wire.
One player I am intrigued by going into 2021 is Toronto Catcher Alejandro Kirk. Catchers is a shallow pool of production so if anyone performs well, it is an asset to have them on your team
So far, Kirk is hitting BUT the question for him as it is for many players is playing time. I don't have Kirk on any of my 3 teams yet but do have him on my watch list as I wait to see how much playing time he may get in Toronto.
The other Catcher who has my attention is Shortstop Isiah Kiner-Falefa of Texas. He seems to be set to play predominately at shortstop for Texas and bat 3rd in the order but is also eligible at 3B and Catcher. Last season Isiah hit 0.280 and stole 8 bases. A player who is Cather eligible and stealing 20 bases? That is what I see. He won't won't me on average and he will provide a rare stat these days in stolen bases. Batting 3rd should also give him an opportunity to provide useful stats in runs and RBIs whether he hits a ton of HRs or not. I'll take 10 HRS / 20 SBs with a 0.280 average from my Catcher position.