Fantasy Baseball: BEASTS OF WEEK 9

Fantasy Baseball: BEASTS OF WEEK 9

By Muntradamus



This article is intended to help you be prepared for the week ahead.


1) Hottest Hitters. (Helps with lineup decisions)

Each week I will start off with all the hot hitters, based off of how I have seen the player play over this past week.  If you look at the stats of each player, you will see the potential I see.  This is good tool for that tough lineup dilemma, or a possible plug-in-play for your fantasy team.


2) Hottest Hitting Teams. (Helps with Pitching match-ups)

After I rank the hottest hitters by position, I then do the power-rankings of the hottest teams.  You should use that tool to figure out which pitchers to use in this upcoming week.



BEASTS OF (8) Who are ready for Week (9):

*Ranked in order



J.P. Arencibia
Yadier Molina
A.J. Pierzynski
A.J. Ellis
Mike Napoli
Joe Mauer
Rod Barajas
Alex Avila
Carlo Ruiz



Albert Pujols
Paul Konerko
Mark Teixeira
Billy Butler
Joey Votto
Adam Dunn
Justin Morneau
Adrian Gonzalez
Prince Fielder
Mitch Moreland
Justin Smoak
Mark Trumbo



Ian Kinsler
Robinson Cano
Jason Kipnis
Gordon Beckham
Brandon Phillips
Aaron Hill



J.J. Hardy
Starlin Castro
Jose Reyes
Alexei Ramirez
Ian Desmond
Elvis Andrus
Dee Gordon



Adrian Beltre
Chris Davis
Martin Prado
David Wright
David Freese
Hanley Ramirez
Brett Lawrie
Ryan Roberts
Pedro Alvarez



Dayan Viciedo
Nelson Cruz
Melky Cabrera
Jeff Francouer
Josh Reddick
Giancarlo Stanton
Colby Rasmus
Adam Jones
Alex Rios
Bryce Harper
Jay Bruce
Andrew McCutchen
Dernard Span
Josh Hamilton
Michael Bourn
Alejandro De Aza
Angel Pagan
Matt Joyce
Michael Brantley
Quintin Berry
Justin Upton
Shane Victorino
Alfonso Soriano
Andy Dirks
Ben Revere




*Number in “(#)” is their ranking from last week.

1 (1). Texas Rangers

2 (8). Chicago White Sox

3 (5). St. Louis Cardinals

4 (4). Atlanta Braves

5 (16). Cleveland Indians

6 (9). Toronto Blue Jays

7 (3). Boston Red Sox

8 (11). Cincinnati Reds

9 (14). Los Angeles Angels

10 (6). Detroit Tigers

11 (2). Milwaukee Brewers

12 (7). Washington Nationals

13 (10). New York Yankees

14 (12). Baltimore Orioles

15 (20). Minnesota Twins

16 (15). Miami Marlins

17 (23). Colorado Rockies

18 (17). Los Angeles Dodgers

19 (21). Arizona Diamondbacks

20 (24). San Francisco Giants

21 (12). Oakland Athletics

22 (26). Tampa Bay Rays (Can only hit RHP pitching)

23 (27). Kansas City Royals

24 (19). Philadelphia Phillies

25 (28). Pittsburgh Pirates

26 (18). Seattle Mariners

27 (29). Houston Astros

28 (25). New York Mets

29 (22). Chicago Cubs

30 (30). San Diego Padres


  1. Hello Muntradamus,
    I took your advice early on getting rid of Kyle Lohse and Jeremy Hellickson for an elite quality player. I combined those two for CC Sabathia, and talked it up, in which allowed me to get the trade accepted. Sweet, hopefully my team is pretty solid now with Cliff Lee and Sabathia!
    Current Lineup:
    C: Alex Avila
    1B: Mark Trumbo
    2B: Ian Kinsler
    3B Brett Lawrie
    SS Elvis Andrus
    2B/SS Jimmy Rollins
    1B/3B Joe Mauer
    OF (x5): Michael Borun, Jose Bautista, Ichiro Suzuki, Jason Heyward, and Melky Cabrera
    UTIL: Robinson Cano
    Bench: Ryan Doumit (probably drop for Pedro Alvarez again)
    DL: Pablo Sandoval
    Craig Kimbrel
    Cliff Lee
    Jordan Walden
    Josh Beckett
    Ivan Nova
    Rafael Soriano
    Felipe Paulino
    Brian Fuentes
    Derek Holland
    Johan Santana
    Kyle Lohse, Jeremy Hellickson for CC Sabathia (accepted, pending up until 12 today)
    DL: Huston Street
    (This is what Im up against for this current round)
    I feel like my team is developing more and more each week with all your helpful articles (same goes for WunderChad, and BrookkynBurms articles as well). I honestly cannot thank y’all enough for your enlightening advice. Thanks.

  2. Answered your question in the other post.

    Keep dominating Scream, always a pleasure to help guide you to that trophy.

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