The All Fantasy Bust Team.

1. Kyle Schwarber, C, Cubs.

2015

Games

AVG

OBP

SLG

OPS

R

Stats

69

.246

.355

.487

.842

52

HR

RBI

2B

3B

SB

SO

BB

16

43

6

1

3

77

36

  • - Schwarber played well in limited time last year, but the hype has exploded for him. Schwarber is currently going in the mid 3rd to early 4th round. While Schwarber could be a breakout candidate this year, his draft position also makes him a huge bust potential.

2. Freddie Freeman, 1B, Braves.

2015

Games

AVG

OBP

SLG

OPS

R

Stats

118

.276

.370

.497

.841

62

HR

RBI

2B

3B

SB

SO

BB

18

66

27

0

3

98

56

  • - Often Categorized as the last good First baseman off the board, Freeman's numbers have been declining three years in a row. His average in 2013 was .319, last year was .276. Add in a putrid lineup in Atlanta, and Freeman could fall even farther this year.

3. Brian Dozier, 2B, Twins.

2015

Games

AVG

OBP

SLG

OPS

R

Stats

156

.236

.307

.444

.751

101

HR

RBI

2B

3B

SB

SO

BB

28

77

39

5

12

148

61

  • - Dozier hit .210 with 9 home runs after the All-Star break, compared to .256 with 19 home runs before. With the parity at 2nd base this year, you are better off waiting to fill this spot.

4. Francisco Lindor, SS, Indians.

2015

Games

AVG

OBP

SLG

OPS

R

Stats

99

.313

.353

.482

.835

50

HR

RBI

2B

3B

SB

SO

BB

12

51

22

4

12

69

27

  • - Lindor was a surprise star with the Indians last season, and his immediate success has people overvaluing him on draft day. His minor league numbers do not support his home run power he flashed last season.

5. Todd Frazier, 3B, Reds.

2015

Games

AVG

OBP

SLG

OPS

R

Stats

157

.255

.309

.498

.806

82

HR

RBI

2B

3B

SB

SO

BB

35

89

43

1

13

137

44

  • - When Rockies hitters leave Coors Field, people tend to sour on them. Normally they bring up the “Coor's effect." I view Frazier and Great American ballpark in the same way. Frazier hit .278 at home and .233 on the road. His home run totals were very similar, but his slugging went from .525 to .448 on the road.

6. Matt Kemp, OF, Padres.

2015

Games

AVG

OBP

SLG

OPS

R

Stats

154

.265

.312

.443

.755

80

HR

RBI

2B

3B

SB

SO

BB

23

100

31

3

12

147

39

  • - Kemp outperformed expectations last season in San Diego, but Fantasy Pros average draft position has him going before guys like Hunter Pence, Gregory Polanco, and Kole Calhoun, who I would argue are better then Kemp.

7. Dallas Keuchel, SP, Astros.

2015

IP

W

L

ERA

WHIP

SO

Stats

232

20

8

2.48

1.017

216

BB

SO/9

51

8.4

  • - Keuchel won the American League Cy Young award last year on an incredible season. However, if you look deeper into the numbers, he posted a career best strikeout rate. In 2014 his strikeout rate was 6.6 per 9. While, Keuchel will give you a nice ERA and a good amount of wins, when he is drafted, there are plenty of pitchers on the board that do that and give you strikeouts.

8. Aroldis Chapman, RP, Yankees.

2015

IP

W

L

ERA

WHIP

SO

Stats

66.1

4

4

1.63

1.146

116

BB

SO/9

SV

33

15.7

33

  • - While the draft projections have not fully been updated with the news of his one month suspension, I have a feeling he will still be drafted to high. At this point I would take a Zach Britton or a Ken Giles over Chapman.