ESPN Fantasy Projection: They are moving in the outfield walls at Oracle Park this season, but that may not be enough to salvage Longoria's fantasy value. His second season in San Francisco was a significant improvement on his first, from a real-world perspective, as Longoria raised his walk rate to 8.5% -- his highest mark since 2013. His defense at third base also rebounded. However, his fantasy utility did not match up. Longoria failed to crack even 130 runs-plus-RBI despite hitting mostly 3-5 in the order, and while that is not really "his fault," the team around him isn't any better entering 2020. His rate/power numbers are barely above league average, and he plays a position ripe with power hitters. Longoria has cleared 500 PA in seven consecutive seasons, providing a safe floor that is appealing in NL-only leagues. However, late in mixed-league drafts, most will want to chase upside instead.