The Hot N Cold Fantasy Baseball All-stars for Fantasy Pros 911: http://fp911.com/the-hot-n-cold-fantasy-baseball-all-stars-6/. The roto analysis includes: Elliot Johnson, Daniel Nava, Brandon Inge, Roger Bernadina, Danny Espinosa, Gregor Blanco, Ryan Doumit, David DeJesus, Yonder Alonso, Kirk Nieuwenhuis, Seth Smith, Scott Diamond, Christian Friedrich, Bruce Chen, Patrick Corbin, Justin Masterson, Jarrod Parker, Daniel Bard, Ross Detwiler, Pedro Alvarez, Rickie Weeks, Dee Gordon, Jordan Schafer and much more.
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2012 Fantasy Baseball head-to-head Catcher Preview for FantasyPros911 http://fp911.com/2012-fantasy-baseball-catcher-preview-h2h/.
In-depth analysis on the head-to-head game, catcher position and Carlos Santana, Joe Mauer, Brian McCann, Matt Wieters, Miguel Montero, Salvador Perez, Devin Mesoraco, Ryan Doumit, Jarrod Saltalamacchia, and many more.
Players get hot and cold over a seven-day period, it’s as sure as the samples are small.
That is why Katy created the Hot ‘N’ Cold All-stars.
Austin Jackson – Action Jackson (Ajax for short) over the last seven days flashed 2010’s brilliance: 11/29 with a home, a steal and seven RBIs. That brought his yearly RBI total to…16. But no one owns him for those numbers. To date,Jackson is just 4/6 in SB attempts, after going 27/33 last season. Clearly his speed pace is way down, mostly do to his complete inability to get on base (.227 average, .284 OBP). Not surprisingly, his .396 BABip last year is being replaced by a somewhat more human .327. A large portion of that has to do with more ground and fly balls and less line drives. He is being pitched roughly the same as last year and isn’t swinging and missing more or making demonstrably less contact. Is the last seven days a sign of resurgence? Sort of, I think. He’s not this bad of a hitter; he’ll get to .260 with his typical seven percent walk rate (i.e., .315 OBP). He’ll get 22-25 steals. In a lot of leagues, that is useful.