This article is part of our RotoWire Roundtable series.
The second installment of the RotoWire Roundtable composite rankings went live over the weekend.
There is so much uncertainty in the game right now and this brief Q&A only scratches the surface when it comes to addressing some of the questions.
That being said, this does provide a look into the thinking of our four rankers. They will all be elaborating on their responses through articles, podcasts and radio shows in the weeks ahead, and in the meantime questions are more than welcome in the comments section. If you missed the first Roundtable Q&A, you can catch up on it here.
1. Who were the biggest risers for you from the first 60-game Roundtable?
Erik Halterman: Aaron Judge jumped way up with the news that he was swinging pain-free and considered himself game-ready, though he perhaps rose too far as he's already missed time again with a stiff neck.
Todd Zola: As a group, Texas pitchers. Dodgers batters got a bit of a boost.
Clay Link: Justin Verlander made the jump back up to where he was pre-injury by proving his health with three dominant innings against his teammates last week. Aaron Judge, Seth Lugo and Dustin May were significant risers as well.
Jeff Erickson: Not only did I add Trent Grisham to the rankings, but the more I dug in on him, the more I like him for this year - I aggressively moved him up.
2. Any notable new additions to your individual 350?