Hechevarria went 2-for-4 with a triple, an RBI and a run during Sunday's split-squad game against the Mets.

He's now hitting .297 through 37 spring at-bats, and while Hechevarria doesn't offer a lot of fantasy upside, his batting average should rebound this season after his BABIP plummeted to .271 in 2016 despite a career-high 86 percent contact rate. The shortstop could even chip in a few more runs and RBI than expected if the Marlins' offense continues to improve around him.

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