4_Favre wrote:but Heyward has alot of upside.
I just don't see it. Jason Heyward hit .269/.335/.479 last year. Maybe the batting average improves and maybe he walks a tad more(not terribly helpful in 5x5) and becomes a .280/.360/.490 hitter? He hit 27 HRs last year, do you really expect him to hit more than 35 more than once or twice in his career? And he's surely not getting faster at this point, 21 steals might be a career high.