ESPN Fantasy Projection: O'Neill failed to build on his promising rookie season last year, appearing in one fewer game (60) than he played in 2018. A pair of trips to the injured list were partially to blame, but he also didn't do enough while healthy to carve out a larger role, hitting .262/.311/.411 (good for just a 91 wRC+) with a 35.1 K%. That strikeout rate works for a batter with Joey Gallo-level power, but O'Neill doesn't seem to have that despite his impressive biceps. Neither his 37.2% hard-hit rate nor his 89.2 mph exit velocity would have ranked in the top 100 among qualified batters. Still just 24, there's certainly still a chance he figures out how to make more contact and tap into more power, but a future as a bench bat looms, especially with highly-rated prospect Dylan Carlson knocking on the door.