ESPN Fantasy Projection: Long one of the premier base stealers in baseball, Gordon disappointed last season, ranking outside the top 10 in stolen bases for the first time since 2013. That was largely due to a slew of injuries that limited the speedster to just 117 games, his lowest total in three years. Still, Gordon stole fewer bases (22) than he did in his 79-game season in 2016, so injuries weren't solely to blame. After spending the vast majority of his career in the leadoff position (and despite a paltry 4.1 BB%), Gordon logged 79% of his plate appearances in the bottom third of the order last season, resulting in fewer steal attempts when he did reach base. The 31-year-old did hit .331 in 178 at-bats from the No. 9 spot and should continue to be a stolen-base asset, but don't expect him to get anywhere close to the 60-theft mark that was once his norm.