ESPN Fantasy Projection: A second straight strong and healthy season saw Wheeler, a former Met, receive a big payday from the division-rival Phillies, who gave him a five-year, $118 million deal in December. While he did see his ERA jump from 3.31 to 3.96, his peripherals remained at a similar level. While his K% slid slightly from 24.1 to 23.6, his BB% improved from 7.4 to 6.0. It's somewhat surprising that the righty's hard fastball, which averaged a career-high 96.7 mph, didn't lead to a more impressive strikeout rate, but don't expect a major jump in that category this year given his below-average 10.4% swinging-strike rate. Heading into his age-30 season, Wheeler projects to be more good than great, especially given his tougher new home park. That's still enough to make him an interesting option once the top starters are off the board.