ESPN Fantasy Projection: It was quite the homecoming for Santana in Cleveland, as he tied a career high with 34 homers while setting career highs in both RBIs and runs scored. The 110 runs was a shocker that overshot every projection -- we just do not see that type of runs total from a player who spends his time hitting third or fourth in the batting order. Santana, Freddie Freeman and Anthony Rendon were the only players to score at least 110 runs while hitting third or fourth last season, while Jose Ramirez and Miguel Cabrera are the only other players in the past decade to do so. Santana's full-season career-best .397 OBP gave him plenty of run-scoring opportunities in a talented lineup. The conditions are there for him to have another huge season, but look for some of those runs to move to the RBI category.