Fred Zinkie: Keep Story. He could hit more than 35 homers this season.
Outlook: Story, SS, COL
Outlook: Story could become premier slugger in NL
Trevor Story's rookie season was stalled by a year-ending injury, but hits for high fly-ball distance and should continue to hit home runs
@Jab00Wins: Would you rather own Wil Myers or Chris Davis?
Zinkie: I'll take Davis. He should hit 40 homers, and I expect his batting average to rebound.
@cswilliams30: Will Michael Brantley ever return to form? I'm debating on keeping him.
Zinkie: Without knowing your other options, I would likely let him go. I'm going to stay pessimistic on him until he proves he's healthy.
@gile22: Which two players should I keep from Brian Dozier, A.J. Pollock, Andrew McCutchen and Alex Bregman?
Zinkie: Keep Dozier and Bregman. You need to keep Bregman for his age and upside.
Outlook: Bregman, 3B, HOU
Outlook: Bregman looks to bust open the door in 2017
In 2016, Alex Bregman hit 20 home runs in the Minors before slugging another eight in the Majors, and now takes aim at his first full season
@davesull4: Are Evan Longoria or Mike Moustakas good keeper options at third base? If not, do you like someone else at that level?
Zinkie: Longoria is a solid option. Justin Turner or Jose Ramirez are other good options.
@BillyLessard27: Please rank in order for 2017: Jose Ramirez, Kendrys Morales, Kole Calhoun, Joc Pederson and Jose Peraza.
Zinkie: Peraza, Ramirez, Morales, Calhoun, Pederson.
@Baseballfan_sox: Who are some pitchers to grab late in drafts?
Zinkie: Some of my favorite late-round pitchers include Joe Ross, Ivan Nova, Francisco Liriano and Jharel Cotton.
@lahayejeff: Should I trade Corey Kluber for Gregory Polanco in a keeper league?
Zinkie: I would keep Kluber. Polanco is a talented outfielder, but Kluber is one of the top-7 starters for '17.
@tymn: For this year and next year, would you rather own Julio Teheran or Sean Manaea?
Zinkie: I will take Teheran. I believe that the Braves are trending in the right direction.
@Seth2091: Please name an underrated player that I should try to go after in my draft.
Zinkie: You should look at the boom-or-bust starters. Aaron Nola, Matt Harvey, Gerrit Cole etc.
Outlook: Nola, SP, PHI
Outlook: Nola to continue refinement in 2017
Having already flashed stretches of ace-like work, Aaron Nola heads into 2017 looking to continue developing as a top-of-the-rotation hurler
@theginganinja18: Who do you think has the bigger year in 2017, Bregman or Dansby Swanson?
Zinkie: I'll take Bregman, and I don't expect it to be close.
@matthewrogers29: Do you expect Gary Sanchez to continue his momentum from last season?
Zinkie: Mostly, yes. His rate of home runs will sharply decline. But he will hit 25 homers and be a major asset.
Outlook: Sanchez, C, NYY
Outlook: Sanchez has tremendous power at catcher
24-year-old Gary Sanchez had a rookie season for the ages, hitting 20 homers in just 229 plate appearances for the Yankees
@jfiresports: Personally, do you think Matt Harvey will bounce back this year after injury?
Zinkie: I do. I like the idea of drafting Harvey as No. 3 starter in a mixed league.
@benjstarkie: Do you target a pure speed guy assuming steals will be harder to find than prior years?
Zinkie: Definitely. I would look to either get someone early such as Trea Turner or Starling Marte, or someone later such as Rajai Davis or Jarrod Dyson.
@VINCENTisLAW: Who will be the best rookie starting pitcher?
Zinkie: The safe choice is Jharel Cotton. I'll go out on a limb and pick Tyler Glasnow.
@JohnStangler: Please rank Cotton, Dylan Bundy, Adam Wainwright and Manaea.
Zinkie: Manaea, Cotton, Wainwright, Bundy.
@SPriest87: Going into an auction draft what players would you target that may be undervalued?
Zinkie: Look at the mid-level outfielders who don't generate much buzz. Players such as Adam Jones, Calhoun and Marcell Ozuna.
@baum001: Please share your thoughts on Joe Musgrove this year and long term.
Zinkie: Long term, I really like him. But I doubt that he throws more than 110 innings in the Majors this season.
@speej63: Could Andrew Benintendi be similar to Christian Yelich -- more valuable in real life than in fantasy baseball?
Zinkie: It's possible. But Yelich is still very valuable in fantasy. I expect Benintendi to have multiple seasons as a high draft pick during his prime.
Outlook: Benintendi, OF, BOS
Outlook: Benintendi offers high ceiling with Red Sox
Regarded as one of the game's top prospects, Andrew Benintendi handled himself quite well during his debut in 2016 and seems ready for 2017
@JoeyCherwinski: Please list your top three hitters and top three pitchers.
Zinkie: Hitters: Mike Trout, Mookie Betts, Kris Bryant. Pitchers: Clayton Kershaw, Max Scherzer, Madison Bumgarner.
@fantasyMLBnut09: How do you strategize your draft to secure enough steals to compete? Zinkie: I try to get at least one player who will steal more than 30 bases, and at least two players who will get into the mid-20s.