ESPN Fantasy Projection: On the surface, Almora Jr.'s average exit velocity didn't change last season. Upon closer inspection, his average exit velocity on fly balls increased 3 mph, while his ground ball and line drive components dropped. The result was a spike in power but a precipitous drop in line drive and ground ball hits since only 28% of Almora's contact was classified as a fly ball. If Almora didn't have such a long track record of a low fly ball percentage, he'd be a candidate for continued power growth. As is, he's a middling outfielder, best suited for NL-only play, since he's yet to eclipse 480 plate appearances, averaging 388 a season over the past three campaigns.