Fred Zinkie: Smyly is first by a wide margin. Moore is second, and Heaney is third.
@ewall07: Of all the Mets starters, which one has the most potential for a dominant season?
Zinkie: To me, Matt Harvey has the most upside. If everything breaks right, he could be a top-five starter this season.
@CJ_Oliva: Please pick a second relief-eligible player for my 14-team mixed league: Vincent Velasquez, Sean Doolittle, Huston Street or Jeremy Jeffress.
Zinkie: Go with Street. He is prone to injury, but he is fairly reliable overall.
@EdGliwa: Which player will be a bigger letdown this year, Carlos Correa or Kris Bryant?
Zinkie: I do not anticipate either player being a major letdown, but I have more concerns about Bryant than Correa. Bryant maintains a high strikeout rate.
@shaman103: Please pick one: Ryan Braun, Matt Kemp, Alex Gordon, Jay Bruce or David Peralta.
Zinkie: I will go with Kemp. He had an excellent season in 2015. I want to pick Braun, but his injury potential worries me.
Outlook: Kemp, RF, SD
Outlook: Kemp has ability to rack up solid stats
Though he no longer possesses elite power or speed, Matt Kemp was one of just 16 big leaguers to reach 20 homers and 10 steals in 2015
@andymacksbreng: Why are people so low on Randal Grichuk? I think he has major potential.
Zinkie: You may be right. A high strikeout rate is the concern. His batting average could dip this season.
@Ton_ality: Out of Orlando Arcia, Trea Turner and Trevor Story, who is going to make the biggest impact at shortstop this season?
Zinkie: I will take Story. Simply because of the opportunity to produce early in the season. By the All-Star break, I would likely rather own Arcia.
@alexgalan_18: Is Jose Fernandez really worth the high risk in order to have the potential of a high reward?
Zinkie: Yes, he is. When at his best, Fernandez is one of the five best pitchers in baseball.
@RedArmyAngels: Please help me choose two cheap steals sources out of Alcides Escobar, Jarrod Dyson, Jonathan Villar, Rajai Davis, Leonys Martin and Ketel Marte.
Zinkie: I would grab Marte, for sure. And I would use Escobar at the outset of the season, then replace him with Dyson when he returns.
@judway1: Do you expect big things from Jake Lamb this season?
Zinkie: I do not expect him to make much of an impact in mixed leagues. His playing time is not secure, and I do not expect him to contribute much power.
@UnstoppableBULL: Is Jose Berrios worth a bench spot in a non-keeper 12-team league? How quickly will he be called up?
Zinkie: I expect Berrios to arrive to the Majors by the end of May at the latest. Yes, you should stash him.
Top Prospects: Berrios, MIN
Top Prospects: Jose Berrios, RHP, Twins
2016 MLB.com Top Prospects: Jose Berrios has a terrific combination of stuff and feel for pitching, especially for someone his age
@hrmiller24: Would you drop R.A. Dickey or Wade Miley for Jon Gray?
Zinkie: I would not make that switch. I generally try to avoid Rockies starters. I'm going to make Gray prove himself before I recommend adding him.
@jsph_mrtn: Should I trust Matt Wieters as my backup catcher, or should I drop him for Francisco Cervelli, Yasmani Grandal or Derek Norris?
Zinkie: For now, you should stick with Wieters. He still has the potential for a strong season.
@GolferJShel10: Please rank these three shortstops: Starlin Castro, Addison Russell, Story.
Zinkie: Russell, Castro, Story. I'm putting Story third because of the lack of a secure full-season role.
@glory_true: I have Nathan Karns, Aaron Sanchez and Velasquez. Which starter will end up being most reliable for me this year?
Zinkie: Karns should be the most reliable. But Sanchez and Velasquez have a better chance of being special.
@hunt39taylor: I took Bryce Harper first overall. Please rank the following options for the turn in Round 2 and 3: Mookie Betts, Bryant, Jose Abreu and George Springer.
Zinkie: Go with Betts and Bryant. They should be very good, and there is a chance that they will play as well as first-round picks.
Outlook: Betts, CF, BOS
Outlook: Betts enters 2016 with very high ceiling
Mookie Betts showed off a dynamic skill set in 2015 and hit .389 in September, fueling optimism that the 23-year-old can have a great 2016
@JEFFBOYLES22: Please choose one pitcher out of Aaron Sanchez, Nathan Eovaldi and Raisel Iglesias.
Zinkie: Go with Iglesias. Despite pitching for a rebuilding team, he could use his high strikeout rate to maintain plenty of value.
@JimBobCrooter: I keep going back and forth on how many starters I should take early in my 12-team league. In general, when should I take my initial two starters?
Zinkie: Try to nab one starter in the first three rounds and a second starter in the next three rounds.
@RobinC680News: Please help me pick two starters from Heaney, Alex Wood, Joe Kelly, Anibal Sanchez, Hector Santiago, Anthony DeSclafani, Mike Leake, Trevor Bauer and Wade Miley.
Zinkie: I would choose Wood and Leake. They are unlikely to deliver massive strikeout totals, but they should be consistent sources of production.
@3MMoses: I need to drop a closer. Who would you drop out of Andrew Miller, Glen Perkins and Santiago Casilla?
Zinkie: Because he is likely to compile the low strikeout total, I would drop Casilla. Miller should be outstanding in April. Perkins is risky, but he can be very effective.
@bourbonlax: Should I drop Justin Bour for Tyler White?
Zinkie: I'm fine with that switch. If White does not get the major April role that we expect, you can drop him and look for someone else.
@jpabloff92: How well do you expect Carlos Gomez to fare this season?
Zinkie: I expect him to bounce back, but not to his 2013-14 levels. Expect nearly 20 homers and nearly 30 steals.
@Jtrup22: Which players would you consider at pick No. 7 in a mixed-league draft?
Zinkie: Take Clayton Kershaw or Josh Donaldson if either player falls to you. If not, look at Nolan Arenado, Correa or Giancarlo Stanton.
Outlook: Kershaw, SP, LAD
Outlook: Kershaw is in the midst of historic stretch
Clayton Kershaw will post elite stats again in 2016 after being the first pitcher since '02 to strike out 300 batters in a single campaign
@spiro1679: Please name some prospects in the American League who will get called up and make a major impact this season. Zinkie: Among pitchers, you should target Berrios. Among hitters, you should target A.J. Reed.