This article is part of our Collette Calls series.
Chicago White Sox
Charlie Tilson (ADP 452) steals 20 bases: Here is the thing with the White Sox; they will be a terrible team in 2018. The great thing about terrible teams for fantasy purposes is they will let unproven assets get a chance to prove themselves before moving onto the next guy. Enter Tilson. Tilson is never going to win even a Little League home run derby, but he is fast. Scouts give him a 70/80 grade on his speed, but only one season in the minors would hint at that speed. He swiped 46 bases in Double-A Springfield for the Cardinals in 2015 but otherwise has never stolen more than 15 in a season. He hurt his hamstring in 2016 and missed most of last year with stress reactions in his foot. The net man up would be Adam Engel, who is a right-handed version of Tilson, so there is not a burning prospect to take him down quickly (Eloy Jimenez is a corner OF). Tilson was an on-base machine in the minor leagues and has the speed to steal bases if Chicago lets him try to become their next Scott Podsednik.
Reynaldo Lopez (ADP 369) is