ESPN Fantasy Projection: The primary prospect acquired in the February 2019 J.T. Realmuto trade, Sanchez was all the Marlins could ask for and then some during his rookie year. His changeup, as scouts had previously forecasted, was one of the majors' most effective in a seven-start (plus two more in the postseason) audition, and he brought 98-mph heat that kept hitters off-balance and helped fuel a 58% ground-ball rate. No, Sanchez isn't a high-strikeout type, but he has a good array of raw stuff that, while sure to be subject to some adjustments as hitters adapt, can propel him into the top 25 of fantasy starting pitchers if he's given a firm rotation spot. Just 22, he's one of the better dynasty or keeper league building blocks, and an early-to-mid rounder in leagues that draft fresh annually.