ESPN Fantasy Projection: Ryu made an unlikely Cy Young push last season, carrying an ERA below 2.00 late into the season. A late slump brought that figure up to a still-excellent 2.32 and saw him finish second in the voting behind Jacob deGrom. Ryu's 22.5 K% was slightly below average, but his miniscule 3.3 BB% was second among qualified starters. Ryu's 3.10 FIP was strong but trailed his ERA by a significant amount. It's possible that he's the rare pitcher who reliably outperforms his peripherals. In fact, his ERA beat his FIP by an even greater margin in both 2017 and 2018. That adds to the risk already inherent in any pitcher heading into his age-33 season. He's also hurt by his move to Toronto, where wins will be harder to come by. Altogether, he's less interesting than a typical Cy Young runner-up, but is still a quality arm.