ESPN Fantasy Projection: Riley debuted in mid-May last season and got off to a hot start, hitting .280/.333/.596 with 14 homers over his first 42 games. It all went wrong from there, however, as he slumped to an awful .150/.203/.292 line with just four homers over his final 38 contests. His 42.3 K% over that latter stretch was untenably high, though his 32.2% mark while things were going well wasn't exactly good either. Riley should have a clear path to playing time at third base this season with Josh Donaldson gone, if not as the team's designated hitter. He's still just 22 years old, so there's certainly a chance things go better in his sophomore season. His combination of big raw power and contact concerns is right in line with his prospect reports, however, so there's plenty of risk that the swing-and-miss issues will remain prevalent in 2020.