The beauty of our updated auction calculator is that it turns us all into masters of hindsight. Personally, I like to abuse this power by offering grating “I told you so” proclamations with little or no written accountability for the things I got wrong. But I also use the calculator to identify players who might be tough to evaluate going forward. Usually these players have greatly under-performed or outperformed their average draft prices and the sustainability of those performances is not always clear. Just because a player provided a certain end-of-season value doesn’t necessarily mean he’ll provide that value the next season. Obviously. Or if he does, that he’ll provide it by the same means. With that in mind, I’d like to look at a couple first basemen whose 2016 performances leave us with a muddled picture of how to value them going into next season.