ESPN Fantasy Projection: In 2017, Schoop chased considerably less and results ensued, as he posted his best season to date. Unfortunately, Schoop reverted to his aggressive ways, swinging at more pitches out of the zone, and his numbers suffered. The drop in production cost Schoop playing time the past two years, to the point the Twins designated him for assignment following a 2019 campaign during which he played just 121 games, his lowest total since 2015. Schoop still possesses plus power, fueled by an average exit velocity on fly balls higher than the league norm. Schoop is just 28 years old, young enough to make adjustments and approach 2017's level. He picked an ideal place for the endeavor, signing with Detroit, where he's earmarked for regular playing time at the keystone, hitting in the meat of the order. He's worth a speculative dart if you need some cheap pop.