This article is part of our Oak's Corner series.
In some ways it has all seemed really fast, in other ways, never-ending, but here we are in the last week of the baseball regular season. First of all, I want to thank everyone for reading the column all year long, hopefully it helped you have a better season, and the nice comments I get here or on Twitter or at NFBC/NFFC Live Events mean the world to me and are much appreciated. Also, a huge thanks for RotoWire for giving me the opportunity to write this column for the past three years, and as much as I enjoy the content here on the site, I like the people involved even more.
As we hit the final week of the season, I will again try to find free agents who may help you in the final week but I also will take a look forward and highlight a few early 2020 draft targets.
Early 2020 Targets
Marcell Ozuna. Ozuna's draft price is going to drop a bit heading into 2020 due to his .248 batting average and his counting stats being held down due to missing all of July with multiple fractures in his right hand. So while Ozuna has "only" 28 homers in a season where it feels like half the league has hit 30, I love much of his profile for a huge year in 2020. Ozuna is still only 28 (I know, I was surprised, too), and while the .248 average is a letdown this year,