Jason Kipnis, Cleveland Indians
There are about three to four players that you can put at the ten spot, but I decided to go with Kipnis.
The two-time All-Star is in an elite lineup, will score a good amount of runs, hit for average and some power and even steal some bases.
Depending on where they bat him will determine if he drives in more runs or scores more and steals more bases. This could be a guy you draft late but will unquestionably provide you with tremendous production.
If you draft Kipnis late, that probably means you can draft more pitchers early on and give yourself a strong pitching staff.
Draft Kipnis and have a plan B in mind if he gets off to a slow start or another player gets off to a great start and you need to roster him. He doesn’t offer elite upside, but he is a guy who will help you throughout the long fantasy season.