ESPN Fantasy Projection: An inner-circle Hall of Famer, Pujols is no longer a big-time threat with the bat as he enters his age-40 season. He's been below the replacement-level threshold by real-world measures for the last three years, hitting between .241-.245 with OBPs between .286-.305. The power is basically league average nowadays and Pujols provides zero value on the defensive side. In fact, he's a negative in the field. To his credit, he did manage to drive in 93 runs last season, tying for 14th in the American League, but it took a .294/.362/.551 line with runners in scoring position to get him there. That's unsustainable and Anthony Rendon may cash in a lot of those baserunners in 2020 while batting behind Mike Trout (but ahead of Pujols) in the batting order. Pujols can be safely left on the waiver wire in most mixed leagues.