ESPN Fantasy Projection: Story is coming off back-to-back seasons with at least a .290 batting average, 30 home runs and 20 stolen bases -- the only shortstop in baseball history who can make that claim. He's seemingly a foundational fantasy piece in the format, but make no mistake that he's also a bit of a Coors Field product. He has a career road wOBA (.323) 87 points lower than at Coors (.410), and he had at least a 93-point home/road wOBA split in both of those two big years. Fortunately for Story, his two-year contract extension signed in January practically guarantees him a full 81 games at Coors yet again, but it's something daily league or head-to-head fantasy managers should keep in mind. After all, those extended road trips might be tougher to endure than those of an average player. He's still a second-round caliber talent in rotisserie, but is more of a lower-end member of the top 40 in other formats.