I know it's been said already but Brandon Belt has continued to crush the ball. I remember reading awhile back about a correlation between having a spring SLG over .200 higher than career slugging and a power surge during the regular season. ISO might be better to look at as it removes some of the BABIP flukiness, but after two more HR, a double, and a single today Belt is now hitting:
.439/.467/.943 over 60 PA this spring.
Compared to his career .259/.344/.418 line thus far and that's over a .500 pt increase in slugging and a .345 pt increase in ISO. Obviously it's still spring and still a pretty small sample, but at the very least it's a good sign for his playing time. As long as he hits, Bochy will find a place for him to play, even if that means moving him to LF on days Buster gets a day off from catching and plays 1B.
Anyways just something to keep an eye on in deeper drafts as he's not even in the top 250 according to R&C's MDP.