ESPN Fantasy Projection: Here's a launch-angle candidate if we ever saw one. Jimenez belted 31 home runs in a better-than-you-remember-it rookie 2019, but that 48% ground ball rate is going to need some reduction if he's going to truly grow into his power -- especially this year if there's any change to the baseball. Putting that aside, Jimenez presented plenty of hints at growth entering 2020, batting .292/.328/.542 with 15 home runs in 59 games after the All-Star break, including a .340 average and nine homers in 24 games in September alone. He was long considered one of the best prospects in baseball, a prime dynasty/keeper league target, and should take another step forward as a sophomore. Don't let him sneak out of the top 50 overall picks in any fantasy redraft.