The All-Star break is finally here, and while I suggest taking some time off to mentally prepare for the second half, I'll quickly share my Top 10 guys to target for the second half.
All statistics through July 13.
Since everyone loves a good game, let's play one right now. It's a simple game. Simply, who would you rather have? The contestants...
The wins are nice from Player B, but Player A has better stats in the remaining four categories. Now, what if I dropped a doozy and told you Player A was 49 percent owned while Player B was nearly universally owned at 83 percent? Well, that's right folks. Player B is White Sox Mr. Consistent,
In what has become a bad
With the news that both
Uribe's error on Friday night cost
The opportunity to buy low may be disappearing quickly as Oswalt has been solid for almost two months now. A shaky May (5.34 ERA) saw Oswalt enter June with a 4.62 ERA and only one victory on the season. Since then, he's gone 4-2 with a quality start in six of eight outings and 48 Ks in 57 innings. Last season, Oswalt entered the break with a 4.56 ERA, only to produce a 2.24 second-half ERA. Over the course of his career, Oswalt has a second-half ERA that is half-a-run better than his first half. Expect a big second half from the Astros ace.
Bobby Cox has long been known for playing the hot hand when it comes to his relievers. Good thing for Soriano, who has been shutting down opponents while
Fantasy baseball is a grind. No doubt. Especially for those in daily leagues. If you are like me, you check your team 30 times a day and constantly think about what moves you can make to better your squad. I'll admit, I'm not going to check my team once the next few days. I'll sit down and watch the All Star game, but this time also serves as a mental break from my fantasy teams. With over two months of baseball left, the stretch run is about to begin. Enjoy the break, but when baseball resumes its time to really get down to business.