Perhaps Texas Rangers SS Isiah Kiner-Falefa remains a fantasy baseball curiosity because he used to be a catcher. After all, he played 73 games behind the plate over his first two big-league seasons. Many probably ignored him because he entered this season with all of eight home runs and a .260 batting average over 846 career plate appearances, looking every bit forgettable. Still, he told the Rangers he was the organization's top option at shortstop, so the team shipped out ordinary starter Elvis Andrus to make room. It looks like this was indeed a good move.