There’s a lot of hullabaloo going on around the Anthony Rendon -less Washington Nationals offense, particularly what to make about Trea Turner in the first round of fantasy drafts this season. There’s a lot of talent at the shortstop position in fantasy this season, and not to mention a lot of good options outside of the first handful of rounds. Turner might not offer the highest power or average upside, but you’ll be hard-pressed to find a better option to bolster your team in the stolen base department than Turner. Furthermore, it’s not like he’s a complete liability in the other departments! He hit 19 home runs back in 2018, and he matched that total in 2019 in 143 fewer at-bats! He also rode a .348 BABIP to a .298 batting average, and while he doesn’t match that this year, he will have no lower than a .285 batting average in 2020. Turner is currently going at the end of the first round, but with more power options available at a similar price, including Trevor Story and Alex...