ESPN Fantasy Projection: An upper-back strain at the onset of the regular season threatened to ruin Clevinger's 2019, but within three weeks of his healthy return, he recaptured his form as one of the game's best up-and-coming hurlers. In 17 starts from July 1 forward, he had 12 wins, 12 quality starts, a 2.17 ERA and 32.5% strikeout rate, all top-seven numbers in all of baseball during that span. The speedy rebound eases some of the injury worry entering 2020, and Clevinger's combination of mid-to-high-90s fastball and elite slider assures he'll continue to be one of the better sources of strikeouts and low ERA. Remember: Almost every starting pitcher these days faces some sort of volume-related question, and Clevinger's is really no greater than most, while his talent rivals that of anyone outside the top five at his position. Draft accordingly.