It's difficult to expect a repeat of those numbers, which far surpassed anything Blackmon had done in the past.
On the downside, his stolen base output (and efficiency) continued to dip, as Blackmon stole just 14 bases in 24 attempts.
Turner missed more than a third of the season after fracturing his wrist from a hit-by-pitch, but he did nothing to make fantasy owners doubt his status as a true fantasy stud.
Turner stole an incredible 46 bases in just 98 games, making him the most elite base-stealer in the game.
If anyone is ever going to challenge Mike Trout for the top spot in fantasy baseball, it's Altuve, one of the true five-category producers in the game.
Altuve's strikeout-rate jumped a few points last year, but he otherwise had nearly a carbon copy of his fantastic 2016 season.
The fact that he also chipped in 11 home runs, 75 runs, and a decent batting average only makes him all the more desirable.
Given the scarcity of steals in the game, Turner is a sure-fire first-round pick, and can easily be considered in the top-five.
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He hit 33 home runs and stole 22 bases in just 114 games, setting career-bests in both walk-rate and strikeout-rate.
Simply put, the 26-year-old is as good as he's ever been, and with an improved lineup around him, the sky is the limit in 2018.
Betts should be drafted in the first round again with confidence.