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Fantasy baseball is a strange beast. A player can be knocking the cover off the ball over his past 10 games, but as you take your research a little deeper, you find out that he is due for a slump and should ride the pine.
When most fantasy owners determine who should start and who should sit, they base their decisions on a player's current stats or what they have done over a short period of time. However, those stats only tell part of the story, as there are many other factors that should go into whom you should start or sit.
For instance, we all know that
As the season progresses, choosing the right players to start or sit becomes more vital, so let the AL Planner do the work for you.
You have all heard the saying, "two is better than one," right? There could not have been a truer statement.
The following pitchers are decent options and while you could get a solid game out of them, there is a chance they could burn you during one of their starts.
* Note: The pitcher has the best chance at a win against the team in bold
Disregard what I said earlier about "two is better than one," in this case; erase that quote from your brain-housing group for the moment. You would be better off with one solid pitcher, than these unfulfilling options:
Do you have a need for speed, but can't seem to find it on your current roster? Here are a few options that can be had in 50 percent or less of Yahoo! leagues.
* 2010 MLB average speed score is 4.2, with 10.0 being the best