MLB 2020-21 Offseason Trades, FA Signings and Changes in Fantasy Baseball Talk Posted 32 minutes ago 5 hours ago, ST. STEVEN said: Where will this leave poor Wilmer? I can't believe he will be left out in the cold for Solano, who is nearly 4 yrs older...but might be the case unless DH comes into play? I think @fletch44 is right about a straight platoon for La Stella; he should bat everyday against righties. 3 hours ago, fletch44 said: Yeah, I think it'll be a straight platoon with Flores. Flores is too good against lefties and LaStella not so much. However there's an article on Fangraphs right now that claims he'll be platooning with Longoria/Solano, not Flores: Quote Fortunately, one of the reasons the Giants are a good fit for La Stella is that they shouldn’t need to play him against lefties any more than they want to. The team’s entrenched starters at second base and third base — La Stella’s primary spots — are Donovan Solano and Evan Longoria, two right-handed hitters. Solano’s batting average-led surge in the last couple years has made him a breakout success in San Francisco, and Longoria still provides value as a good defender with an average bat. If La Stella is keeping his head above water against southpaws, the Giants can play him as much as they want in rotation with the other two. If he isn’t, then there isn’t any pressure to force him into the lineup. I think ultimately it will be a Rays-esque sort of infield with platoons and matchups rotating between La Stella, Solano, Flores, Longoria, Crawford. There may be a similar rotating door in the outfield with Dickerson/Slater/Dubon and potentially Flores and Belt as well. Really only Yaz and possibly Belt are guaranteed to be starting absolutely every day. Not ideal but definitely viable as far as real life baseball goes. I just hope there's enough at-bats to make La Stella viable in fantasy as I love his profile.