Judging A.J. Pollock's immediate and future value

A.J. Pollock made his return to the Diamondbacks lineup on Friday. Has he shown glimpses of the power he produced in 2015? Kevin French/Icon Sportswire

Arizona Diamondbacks outfielder A.J. Pollock finished the 2015 season as fantasy’s No. 5 overall player on the Rater and just a hair behind stolen base champion Dee Gordon of the Miami Marlins as the top hitter. Most considered Pollock as more valuable because he contributed in all five standard fantasy hitting categories. If healthy, Pollock would have been a first-round selection in 2016 drafts -- but alas, he wasn’t healthy. Pollock dealt with an elbow injury most of spring training before dubiously fracturing it later on, and his return this season was problematic at best.

Well, Pollock is back.