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Anthony Rendon, one of this season’s top Fantasy Baseball studs, talks to Scott Engel about his first full season in the major leagues.
We’re barreling towards the Fantasy Trade Deadline, and with two major offensive positions still to cover, there’s no time for any ramblings. So let’s jump right into the land of third basemen—a bountiful world, one where you can find serious help in most any category imaginable—and get to the rankings.
Anyone who has stayed the course and rostered Josh Reddick all season has to be frustrated with the roller coaster ride he provides. Reddick was drafted to supply power. He struggled in his first 23 games, batting .241 with one home run. In May, he hit .188 with three home runs and 13 RBIs in 24 games.
Buried within a story on ESPN.com yesterday about the arrest of Tony Bosch and six other figures tied to the Biogenesis scandal was a little nugget that suggests there may be more misery ahead for baseball fans.
A few months back when I was given The Watch List, bi-weekly, my goal was to provide a large audience with the best Fantasy advice I could give. Now that I am taking over this column every week, I will be including a glasses ranking (glasses, because these are players you should watch, get it?).
Yesterday’s trade deadline was one of the wildest in recent memory, with more than a dozen transactions taking place, almost half of them involving the Red Sox. Read about it, here…
Whether you’re sitting atop your Fantasy league or attempting to make a late push, the stats you’ve already accumulated need to be in the rearview mirror. They’ve helped get you where you are, but they are no longer going to help you get to where you want to finish. In order to gain ground, you may need to make drastic moves that help your bottom line, moves that you may not have made a few months ago but are now reasonable given your unique circumstance.
Amid rumors that he is on his way out of LA, Matt Kemp is heating up. Since the All-Star break, Kemp is batting .400 and he bashed a pair of homers in last night’s game. Kemp started the season slowly, but since June 1, he is slashing .314/.386/.486 with five home runs, 29 RBIs and 19 runs scored in 49 games (47 starts) and he’s raised his average 34 points to .282.