ESPN Fantasy Projection: On May 31, Bradley's batting average sat at .194. A solid month of June, during which he hit .315 inspired hope of a dramatic turnaround, but his average fell below the Mendoza Line each of the following two months and ultimately settled at .225 by the end of the campaign. That isn't far from his career .236 mark, solidifying Bradley's reputation as a batting-average drain. The veteran's primary problem is making contact. In 2019, he registered a 69.4% contact rate and 27.3% strikeout rate, each among the worst marks in the league. Bradley did notch a solid 9.9 BB%, but that's hardly enough to make up for his contact issues, especially because he did not approach the 17 steals he posted in 2018. Bradley will continue to be a star on defense, but the sample size is large enough to set low expectations regarding his contributions at the plate.