ESPN Fantasy Projection: It seemed like the perfect marriage: a high-contact hitter with a low 35% ground ball rate in Coors Field. Enter Murphy's Law, which states that anything that can go wrong will go wrong. The first weekend of the season, Murphy fractured his left index finger diving for a ball, and it was all downhill from there. He returned about four weeks later but wasn't right for the rest of the season. Murphy's average exit velocity was its lowest since Statcast began its tracking in 2015. Moreover, his line drive and fly ball rates dropped while his strikeouts grew. Even though Coors Field is better for hits than power, Murphy posted his lowest average since 2009. Murphy is currently tops on Colorado's depth chart at first base, though the Rockies do have some younger (and arguably better) options than a veteran entering his age-35 season. Murphy is in play in deeper leagues and formats with daily moves.