2019 was a bust for Ender Inciarte. He pulled his hamstring and missed about a month in 2016, but he was remarkably healthy in 2017 and 2018, appearing in 157 and 156 games, respectively. But after a 2018 season that saw both his offensive and defensive performance slip, 2019 was a big year for Ender. Not only was Atlanta moving into a fruitful period of winning where someone of Ender’s quality could become expendable, he’s also starting to get a bit more expensive. After making $2.7M in 2017, $4.7M in 2018, his salary rose to $5.7M in 2019.