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Brayan Pena, C, Kansas City Royals
Now that Jason Kendall (shoulder) is definitely
out for the rest of the year, Pena should play often. Pena hit .273 with six
homers and 18 RBIs in 165 at-bats last year but had trouble getting going this
season in such limited duty; he has accrued a mere 80 at-bats in 2010.
He's 8-for-20 with three RBIs in his last five games and deserves a look. The
club brought up prospect Lucas May when rosters
expanded; the 24-year-old is likely to affect Pena's playing time, but early
on, Pena is expected to play more.
Shallow mixed: Pass
Deep mixed: Consider
About Nicholas Minnix
Minnix is baseball editor and a fantasy football analyst at KFFL. He plays in LABR and Tout Wars and won the FSWA Baseball Industry Insiders League in 2010.
The University of Delaware alum is a regular guest on SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio and Baltimore's WNST AM 1570.
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