ESPN Fantasy Projection: It is tough to find players who consistently produce in fantasy baseball, but Abreu has been that guy throughout most of his career. His 2018 represented the one slip-up in his production, because it was the first time in his career that he missed time because of injury. The disappointing final numbers presented a nice buying opportunity for Abreu last spring, and he rewarded those who jumped back in on him handsomely, picking up right where he left off with his run production. The batting average is not what it was earlier in his career, but it is still above league average. Abreu is well-positioned to have another huge RBI campaign with Yoan Moncada and Tim Anderson hitting in front of him while being protected by Yasmani Grandal and Edwin Encarnacion behind him. The baseline is 30/100/.280 with room for growth.