This article is part of our Oak's Corner series.
Happy final two weeks! We are officially at the point of the season where every win and stolen base carries significance, and every projected starter can be a shot in the dark as teams scratch guys or shut down pitchers. I'm in a couple of leagues where strikeouts may determine the winner, and it can be a tough and agonizing time of year to just get those starters you need to actually take the mound. It is important to take note of how teams that have clinched or teams that have no shot are deploying their regulars as you set your lineups for the finals two weeks so you can try to locate that last gem on the waiver wire. Stay vigilant and set it the best you can, the rest lay in the hands of those evil fantasy gods.
Last week, I looked toward 2019 drafts at some 2018 breakout players and how they got to their breakout and where they may fall in drafts next season, This week, I am going to flip the script and take a look at some 2018 early-round disappointments, try and figure out why they failed and think about where they may go in 2019 as they become the newest crop of the "last year's bums."
Kris Bryant – After winning the Rookie of the Year in 2015 followed by the MVP, Bryant was a mid-first rounder in 2017 drafts, and while he did hit .295 with 29 homers, it was definitely a