ESPN Fantasy Projection: One team's trash is another team's treasure. Cabrera hit just .235/.318/.393 over the first four months of 2019 and the Rangers designated him for assignment. Not only were they unable to find a trade partner, but no team was even willing to claim Cabrera off waivers even though he was only making $3.5 million for the entire season. After his unconditional release, Cabrera immediately signed with Washington, and the rest is history. Cabrera hit .323/.404/.565 in 38 games for the Nationals over the remainder of the regular season and went on to hit .286 in the World Series while starting five games. The Nats brought him back after their championship season and will likely slot Cabrera in at third base, with Starlin Castro at second. Cabrera will have third-base and second-base eligibility on draft day and the switch-hitter's floor still looks pretty sturdy.