This article is part of our Oak's Corner series.
The Week That Was
In the weirdest season in which we have all played fantasy baseball, in many ways it feels impossible that we are already rolling into the final week of the season, but with all the injuries and missed games, it has also had the feel of the grind of a full season. Last week, I looked at some struggling stars to get a feel for why they have struggled, but also to guess about how their draft position may end up in 2021.
Of course, in the short season, we also have a lot of players drafted late who had have fantastic seasons, and they're going to really difficult to rank next year when we all start to draft. I will likely lean more to fading the two-month heroes, but it is important to treat every case on its own merits and not simply toss any hard and fast rules, or you may miss someone who produces at a level again in 2021.
More than anything, I want to thank everyone who reads the column every week as it's truly appreciated, and I'm very thankful you hung with me through this short but strange season. Stay safe out there!
When Sixto Sanchez got his call to the majors, I was aggressive in trying to add him where I could, and while he has been great, this undrafted player in fantasy leagues this year is going to have a ton of helium in 2021 drafts. The debut has