In case you’ve missed it so far, here is how this all works.
(1) You stop by BaseballGuys.com.
(2) You’ll get a chance to review a handful of the players at the position of the day.
(3) You’ll find a CODE at the end of the article.
(4) You’ll take that CODE and email it to me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
(5) I’ll send you back a neat and tidy PDF file with the top-100 plus players at the position.
How does that sound to you?
The best part?
How about the cost… it’s 100% FREE.
All I ask is that you tell a friend.
Here are a few examples of what you will receive in the PDF.
One of two players who went 25/25 (CarGo was the other), Young had a year that was similar to his ’07 effort (.237-32-68-85-27). The one improvement he made was to shorten his swing in 2-strike counts which enable him to reach a career best in average and a career low in his K-rate. He’ll never win a batting title, but his production is well worth taking on that low average.
After hitting 43 homers in 2007-09 he bettered that mark by 11 last season. He hit 28 homers in 2008-09. He bettered that mark in the second half of 2010. We could go on, but the point is obvious; Bautista was so far out of the realm of his career track record last season that positing a repeat is impossible. He should provide plenty of power, but don’t pay full price.
One of three men in the history of the game with 43 doubles in 4-straight years, Nick’s fantasy value tanked as he produced runs like a second baseman. Nick did post his lowest K-rate since his rookie season, and the second best walk rate of his career, which is great news as he hit at least .290 for the 4th straight year. Expect a mild rebound making him a solid value.
The Outfielder code is: Open Spaces.
By Ray Flowers