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THE JOURNAL: End-gamers and First-Adds

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The Journal LogoFantasy baseballers, The Geek is back. Well, for today, anyway. There are some real-world things going on that may limit my involvement on the site for a little while. We shall see. Anyway, I do have some advice to dole out as we head toward Opening Day. By now, most leagues have drafted, so sleepers have all been awakened. But just in case you draft at the last minute, or even in-season, I have an end-game pick for you at each position. If your roster is assembled, these same guys may be available in the free agent pool in 12-tam leagues or smaller. If not, consider them throw-in trade targets. Heeeeeeeere we go…

Catcher – Alex Avila, DET: Went from breakout to bust over the past two years. I’m expecting a rebound because I’m suspicious that he played hurt last season. He’s yesterday’s news in most leagues, falling out of the starting catcher range. Pluck him if you’ve got an injury prone catcher like Brian McCann.

First Base – Brandon Belt, SF: He elevated his game slightly at the tail-end of 2012. I think this is the year he’ll take his game to new heights, adding more power and perhaps a few more steals. Throw in a .280 batting average, and that’s definitely a rosterable player.

Second Base – Danny Espinosa, WAS: The average scares everyone off. But those counting stats are certainly helpful for your MI spot. Over  the past two seasons, Danny has totaled 38 long balls and 37 swipes. Oh, and his batting average has climbed 34 points since his rookie year, so it’s getting less scary as he grows up in the bigs.

Shortstop – Everth Cabrera, SD: At the start of last season, the Padres middle infield was a mess with Orlando Hudson and Jason Bartlett. Cabrera got the call from the minors, and he hit the ground running. Literally. There’s no guarantee his light is as green as it was last season, but consider this: 44 steals in 398 at bats. Over 600 at bats, that projects to 66 steals. Run to grab him.

Third Base – Todd Frazier, CIN: I love Frazier. Decent prospect who had to wait for Scott Rolen to finally keel over. He’s got a solid minor-league track record and was productive with 19 HR in 422 ABs last year. Give him another hundred-fitty at bats in the Cincy lineup and 30 dongs aren’t out of the question.

Outfield – Norichika Aoki, OF, MIL: Okay, I admit it. He was probably drafted in every league. I just couldn’t leave him off this list. He’s worth trading for. With a small uptick in power in the second half, all the signs are there for a player who can help you in 5 categories. Aoki is A-OK with me.

Starting Pitcher – Paul Maholm, ATL: He isn’t sexy. And he isn’t going very high in drafts. But he is capable of a dozen wins and an ERA in the 3.60 range. Last season, the Braves traded for this effective innings-eater. Fantasy owners were a little late to catch on. Even in Pittsburgh, Maholm showed signs of being an solid back-end rotation fantasy pitcher.

Relief Pitcher – Mitchell Boggs, STL: Forearm strains are mysterious things. Jason Motte’s got one. And the dreaded “no timetable for return” is being uttered. That tells me that the injury might be serious. If so, Boggs will have more value than perceived right now. I’m no doctor and I don’t play one on TV. But don’t wait around for the Dr. James Andrews visit. Grab Boggs now, as a speculative add.

Alright, that’s The Journal for now. I’m looking forward to solid seasons for my four teams. Best of luck with yours!


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