Fantasy baseball Roundtable: Who will rebound in the second half?

Tim Lincecum should recover after throwing 148 pitches in his no-hitter against the Padres on July 13.
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Mack: Agreed with Beller here. Daniel, are you also one of those people that thought the world was ending last December because of the Mayan calendar snafu? The media has you in full panic mode! Don't believe the hype. The news keeps making it sound like suspensions are imminent, but the appeals process still has to take place, which tends to take months. The players association won't stop to defend the players here when they need it most. You sold low and bought high, a terrible strategy in fantasy. In hindsight, too, I should have listed Puig as one of the players who will tail off in the second half. He will remain a viable fantasy starter, but expecting him to produce on Braun's level is a bit outrageous.

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