ESPN Fantasy Projection: Arenado has been one of the most consistent players in the game, posting a wOBA between .371-.395 and a wRC+ between 121-132 over the past five seasons. His overall wOBA since 2015 is .387, 11th best among qualified batters. The corresponding wRC+ is 127, which drops him to 34th overall. This is important since wRC+ is park neutral, giving a better idea of where Arenado might fall if he's traded out of Colorado. In fantasy terms, he's currently a late-first/early-second round player. If traded, he becomes an early-third/mid-fourth rounder, depending on the venue and quality of offense. This bakes in a small penalty in rotisserie leagues for his limited steals contribution, which is a desired commodity in today's landscape. In points leagues, Arenado's rank is better as a result of a decent walk rate and low strikeout totals.