Fantasy Baseball: 7 Starting Pitchers Who Could Bounce Back in 2019

Which pitchers coming off down 2018 campaigns could be values in season-long drafts?

We're still a ways away from the start of the MLB season, but now isn't a bad time to jump back in and start unearthing potential draft values based on early-season average draft position (ADP) results.

The National Fantasy Baseball Championship (NFBC) has been hosting drafts since not long after last season ended, and with competitors putting a good chunk of change on the line in these high-stakes contests, this is a great resource to find reliable ADP data from some hardcore and sharp fantasy baseball enthusiasts.

One way to find good production at a potential discount is by looking at players who are coming off down 2018 campaigns. Whether due to injuries, bad luck, and/or simply poor performance, it's only natural that recency bias will lower their market value the following year, even for players with strong track records.

That grants us the perfect opportunity to buy low on some of these guys, and while chances are not all of them will regain their past glory, the ones who do will prove to be excellent bargains.

With that in mind, let's take a look at 10 starting pitchers coming off disappointing years who could be poised to bounce back in 2019. For a list of hitters who could bounce back, be sure to check out part one of this series.

For the purposes of this exercise, we'll list them in order of their ADP in NFBC drafts since January 1, along with publicly available player projections -- per FanGraphs -- to provide some baseline expectations. In this case, we'll use their Steamer projections and Derek Carty's THE BAT.