Fantasy Baseball Trade Market: Wait Till I Get My Power Right (Week 3)
Fantasy Baseball Trade Market:
Wait Till I Get My Power Right (Week 3)
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*The Purpose Of This Trade Market Is To Trade For Struggling Stars. Or Stars who have more potential.*
BUSTER POSEY – C – SFG
STATS AS OF 4/27: .275 Average/2 HR/11 RBI
It is really easy to forget that Posey is a .330/30 HR/100 RBI potential hitter by the way he is starting out this season. A player that is as good as Posey only get better as the season gets going. Buster will get on his power surge sooner than you think, and by then you could not trade A.J. Pierzynski or Joe Mauer and a nice pitcher to acquire the star #1 Preseason Catcher.
Look for Posey to get on his positive ways very soon.
ALBERT PUJOLS – 1B – LAA
STATS AS OF 4/27: .268 Average/2 HR/13 RBI
Pujols was never a notorious slow starter, but 2012 he failed to hit his 1st Home Run until May 6th. At this point of the season last year, Pujols owned a nice .225/0 HR/4 RBI. This year if you own Pujols you may start to think he is not the same Pujols of his Cardinals day, but do not fear. “The Machine” is the best pure power hitting 1B options in the game. He will be a 40 Home Run candidate easily. See if you can figure out a trade giving up a Rizzo and Solid Starting pitcher in Jake Peavy to land Pujols.
BEN ZOBRIST – 2B/OF – TB
STATS AS OF 4/27: .238 Average/1 HR/15 RBI/2 SB
They call him ZO-BEAST. So I automatically like him more than the standard Fantasy Owner. What he gives is a low-end 20 HR/20 SB season with the potential of a 25 HR/25 SB season. Fantasy Owners who have never owned Zobrist, or had a bad experience back in 2010 where he hit only 10 HRs and stole 24 Bases (I was one of those owners). Now would be a good time to see if you can snag him for something cheap.
Howie Kendrick for Zobrist would be the steal of all steals.
DAVID WRIGHT – 3B – NYM
STATS AS OF 4/27: .297 Average/2 HR/17 RBI/6 SB
Mr. Wright is the face of the Mets Franchise. When I see his numbers, I see exactly what Fantasy Owners drafted him for. 25 Home Runs and 25 Stolen Bases. Those numbers are coming, and now is a time where you could slide a Todd Frazier and good pitcher for one of the most dangerous 3B options in Fantasy Baseball.
Every season Wright seems to disappoint in the power department, but this year the ball is flying out of Citi Field, home of the Mets. Wright is going to surpass 20 Home Runs with ease, see if you can pull the move.
STARLIN CASTRO – SS – CHC
STATS AS OF 4/27: .263 Average/2 HR/8 RBI/2 SB
In every Fantasy Baseball draft, Starlin Castro was a Top 3 SS to go off the board. Why? Because he can hit 25 Home Runs and steal 15 Bases before you can get your shirt dry cleaned. Starlin is a 5 Tool Player and he plays at the rarest position of all positions.
Right now he is playing like a bottom 20 SS option, offer a superstar in Jean Segura for a Power Hitting Superstar in Starlin Castro. The tides will turn later on.
GIANCARLO STANTON – OF – MIA
STATS AS OF 4/27: .203 Average/0 HR/4 RBI/1 SB
Stanton is the most feared right handed power hitter in baseball when he is hot. When Stanton gets going, anything and everything will turn into a home run. Pop Fly to right field, no it has enough to go 350 for a 3-run shot.
Giancarlo started 2012 exactly the same way only hitting 1 Home Run at the end of April. He ended up with 37 Home Runs.
Muntradamus is a Fantasy Sports Expert who specializes in Fantasy Football/Baseball/Basketball. He is currently in his second season as a Pro on FantasyPros coming off of an impressive Rookie Campaign where he landed the #10 Overall In-Season Fantasy Football Rankings Expert. Which also included #1 WR of all Expert Sites. He is also one of two people to qualify for all DRAFTSTREET CHAMPIONSHIPS in 2012. Most Historically, Muntradamus was the #1 Fantasy Football Expert of IDP & Overall Rankings in One Week, first and only time in Fantasy Sports History.