Kyle Schwarber, Chicago Cubs - Kyle Schwarber homered for the second time in three games Saturday as he's continued his great spring training into the regular season thus far. He finished Sunday 2-for-4 with a homer and a double while driving in two runs. Schwarber was a very popular draft pick this spring as his new slimmed-down figure and a swing retool allowing him to be quicker to the ball created some serious production in spring training. In 129 games last year he hit 30 bombs and there's no reason to think he couldn't approach 40 if he gets full time playing time in LF.
Trea Turner, Washington Nationals - In a brutal twist to start the year, the Nationals are hitting Trea Turner 6th to start the season which is a huge damper on his potential to provide steady runs all season. However, Turner can still hit and he picked up his first two hits of the season including his first homer. Turner has hit for double-digit homers in each of his first "full" seasons and he's only played in 73 and 98 games in those seasons. If Turner can play a full 150 he could sniff 20 homers, but the stolen bases will be the wild card with him hitting in the second half of the lineup.
Luis Castillo, Cincinnati Reds - Luis Castillo struggled in his first outing against the Nationals but there were still some positives to take from the game for him. He struck out six batters against a single walk, and six hits aren't too terrible, but the two homers are concerning since he did have a 17.2% HR/FB rate last season. That number last year was rather high and is likely due for a bit of positive regression but let's hope that he just isn't going to be a homer-prone pitcher. He's never posted high homer rates through the minors so he likely will be able to get the rate back down to his great levels.
Adam Eaton, Washington Nationals - Adam Eaton exploded Saturday with a 5-for-5 performance in including his first homer of the season and his first 3 RBI of the year. Eaton has been hitting leadoff for the Nationals early on which is huge for his fantasy value when you get to hit in front of Bryce Harper and Co. Eaton posted a 126 wRC+ with two homers and three steals in his brief stint last year and it looks like he's showing any lingering issues from the ACL tear last year.
Alex Reyes, St. Louis Cardinals - Alex Reyes was placed on the 60-day DL Saturday and all indications are pointing that he is going to return to the Cardinals as a starter rather than a reliever. Reyes was among the top prospects in all of baseball last spring before hurting his elbow on the first day of official workouts. If you have leagues with the DL spots available he's definitely worth a stash even if he is coming off of Tommy John surgery.