ESPN Fantasy Projection: Though Gregorius scuffled in an unspectacular 2019 season, there's reason to be optimistic about him moving forward. Despite some rust while working his way back from Tommy John surgery, Gregorius posted the second-best ISO (.204) and AB/HR (20.3) marks of his career. His .238 batting average wasn't pretty, but some bad luck was involved as he suffered from a career-worst .237 BABIP. The Yankee Stadium factor must be considered when projecting the shortstop's power numbers, but subtract a lopsided 2018 campaign and his home/road homer splits during his tenure as a Yankee were dead even (35/35). Besides, Philadelphia is far from the worst place for a lefty hitter to play, and it bears mentioning that Gregorius' barrel rate (5.9%), average exit velocity (88.2 mph) and xSLG (.408) all reached career peaks last season. That bodes well for a bounce-back 2020 campaign even as he adjusts to his new surroundings.