Perhaps it’s easy to forget about Didi Gregorius with the talent pool at shortstop this season. Reunited in Philadelphia with his former manager Joe Girardi, Gregorius seems primed for a bounce back in 2020. Moving from New York to Citizens Bank Park should not impact Gregorius’ power numbers too much. As a frame of reference, here’s his spray chart from the last three years of all batted balls in the air with Philadelphia as the backdrop: 

Over the last three years, Gregorius owns a .267/.314/.473 slash line with 68 home runs and 235 RBI in 355 games. This sets him up well to succeed in a strong lineup for the Phillies. Last year, the aggregate sixth hitters slashed .266/.311/.444 with 79 runs and 85 RBI over 638 at-bats. Knowing this, Gregorius sets up as a below the radar target at shortstop for teams looking for power later in drafts given his present price point. 

Perhaps last year’s .238/.276/.441 line contributes to the reduced price on Gregorius, but he still...