The fantasy baseball community is buzzing over Joe Mauer’s newfound power stroke since returning from the DL on May 1. After his grand slam against the White Sox on Thursday, Mauer is batting .417 with 8 HR in just 72 at-bats. That’s 1 long ball every 9th at-bat. The question is: Can he keep it up? Conventional wisdom [...]
Several top sluggers have struggled through the first month and a half of the season. Grady Sizemore is batting .220, but has 7 bombs and 6 steals. Mark Teixeira is batting a paltry .238 in Yankee pinstripes, but remains on pace for 39 HR. Lance Berkman has battled just to stay above the Mendoza line, despite [...]
In last week’s fantasy focus, I outlined several players whose hot starts you should buy and sell. This week, I’ll profile a few players whose slow starts you should buy, and others who you should sell.
Kazmir has struggled through his first six starts of the 2009 season, posting a 6.00 ERA and 1.58 WHIP. While the southpaw does have a history of slow starts, I’m convinced his early troubles are a sign of what’s yet to come…
Nearly a month has passed since the 2009 fantasy baseball season began, and now’s the time to start making important moves. Turning a profit on a hot start can be vital to your team’s future success.
With that in mind, I’ve highlighted several players who’s hot starts you should buy, and others you should sell – while you still can…