Fear of missing out can be felt by many fantasy owners once draft season ends. After all the analysis, some players stand out with a chance to provide tremendous return on investment. Cody Bellinger burst onto the scene in 2017 blasting 39 home runs in 132 games. But, his strikeout percentage over 26-percent and contact rate below 70-percent suggested a sophomore slump could be in the offing for Bellinger.

He still produced 25 home runs with 14 stolen bases and a .260/.343/.470 slash line, yet, it felt like a disappointment given where Bellinger went in drafts. However, Bellinger potentially sowed the seeds of his hot start this year after the All-Star break. Bellinger traded power for contact hitting .285/.369/.453 over his last 65 games with eight home runs in 214 at-bats. Despite improving his hard hit rate, Bellinger’s home runs ebbed. He did increase his contact percentage to 74.1-percent and reduce his swinging strike percentage to just over 12-percent.

Within his...