Fantasy Baseball: OF Power Rankings (May-June)
This article will examine Three Players who have made big strides up the rankings list. If you have any questions feel free to ask at the bottom, and thank you BEAST DOME NATION for being so patient as we continue to upgrade the site.
Stats as of 5/8: (.245 Average. 5 HR. 21 RBI. 4 SB. 10 Runs)
Cespedes came into this season as a potential 20 HR/20 SB guy. So far he looks like a lock for a good chance at 30 HRs and 30 SBs which would easily making him a top 10 OF option in all leagues. Possibly top 5. The key for Yoenis is to make sure the A’s continue to trust him in the cleanup spot, which basically requires avoiding a month long slope. Cespedes will see his value only climb higher.
Stats as of 5/8: (.297 Average. 8 HR. 17 RBI. 5 SB. 23 Runs)
Jones is looking like Fantasy Baseball MVP. Baby Matt Kemp some people call him in the fantasy baseball community, but what we are really witnessing is all this potential we once heard about in Seattle. Adam Jones is finally ready to play at that super elite level we expected. 30 HRs and possibly 25 SBs is more within reach than ever for Adam.
Stats as of 5/8: (.421 Average. 2 HR. 9 RBI. 1 SB. 4 Runs) 19 At-Bats.
If you did not read the latest article featuring Allen Craig in WOODY ALLEN, then give that a gander to get an idea of what his numbers could be. Craig has all-star potential, and him batting cleanup in that Cardinals lineup should help make this a reality. He is on fire, and it the fire extinguisher is nowhere close.