Mat Latos What has gotten into these pitchers? Did Braden sell his soul to the devil?Is Moyer a superhuman clone? Can Cueto shift time and space around him? This last week we had 3 complete game shutouts and 3 8-inning shutouts. The real question is: Who’s LEGIT and who’s gonna QUIT?
Mark Reynolds From 1920 to 1965, the 50 home run mark was achieved 15 times and by only 9 different players. The Bambino was the first and he did it 3 more times. Fox, Mantle & Mays each hit 50+ twice. We then had an 11 year drought from 1966
Evan Meek Kosuke Fukudome – 7r 3hr 8rbis .476Only owned in 32% of Yahoo Leagues, he’s a quick solution to your ailing team. Ride him while he’s hot because historically he has no chance of keeping it up for a whole season. I’ll give him the benefit of the doubt
Andrew McCutchen I have to say writing these headlines is possibly the best part of my job. Whats hard though is keeping them clean, because with corny headlines usually comes a bad joke. Well no joke here, Andrew McCutchen is the real deal and certainly the only hope the Pirates
Barry Zito We all know nothing in sports is better than a comeback story. Especially players who come back from devastating injuries or even juicier drug addicted tales. 2010 is different. Nothing major happened with these guys, they just slowly fell out of out the limelight. The most interesting thing
Chase Headley is on a roll and finally so are the red hot Padres. The first thing you’ll notice on the depth chart is that there are only two veterans in the starting lineup with Adrian Gonzalez and David Eckstein (although the only thing that makes Eckstein a veteran is his
Phil Hughes Johnathan Sanchez – 78% ownedTwo double digit strikeout games in a row one of them being a 1 hitter. Expect 200+ strikeouts this year. This guy is “Dirty”!! Kevin Slowey – 76% ownedOnly 5 runs allowed in 3 games so far. His numbers won’t be dominating, but look