Jonathan Villar, Milwaukee Brewers
A sneaky under the radar player coming into the 2016 season, Villar rewarded those who drafted or picked him up off the free agency list in their leagues.
He showed a little bit of everything last year by scoring 92 runs, hitting 19 homers, stealing 62 bases (leading the majors) and hitting .285.
Villar won’t drive in a ton of runs because he bats high up in the order, but he will produce in every other category.
Milwakee’s lineup isn’t very deep, but if he gets his stolen bases and scores his runs from being on second or third base, then it doesn’t really matter.
His name isn’t one that overly impresses, but he has shown the potential to be on top of the fantasy second base rankings for years to come. Definitely target Villar in keeper and dynasty leagues.