As the month of August comes to a close, it means there is one more month of excitement before the real fun begins. That being said, it is time once again to look at some of the game’s top speedsters who can really help vault your team into the playoffs if you are struggling to get there.
The dog days of summer are certainly upon us, as we have recently passed the middle of August. With the hot weather here to stay, some of the game’s best players may find themselves struggling to do what they do best. That being said, we will take a look at the base stealers who haven’t let the heat get to them as well as those that have struggled and need to be avoided.
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Every so often I’m going to review my pre-season rankings and compare those numbers to the real, up-to-date statistics. As I do this I’m going to be able to tell where I failed in my projections and where I was right on the money.
1. Kenley Jansen hasn’t allowed a run in spring training. Analysis: He is likely the best pitcher in the Dodgers’ bullpen. If Jonathan Broxton struggles again this year (he gave up four runs in an appearance recently), don’t be surprised if they give the closer job to Jansen over…
So Cardinals ace Adam Wainwright is done for the year… another candidate for Tommy John surgery. Enough is enough. I am sick and tired of seeing these talented pitchers having to go under the knife because these “professional pitching coaches” get paid hundreds of thousands of dollars to give bad advice.
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Johnson has some decent “sleeper” value batting in that lineup (especially if he keeps his job at the top of the order). Remember, he has a career .402 OBP and a fairly impressive HR/AB rate of 28.5 that should improve with a short porch in right field.
The following are our 2010 Fantasy Baseball Top 150 Rankings, which are based on standard 5×5 scoring and take into account projected stats as well as upside and risk. Offensive categories include BA, HRs, Runs, RBIs, and SBs…
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