Fantasy Baseball Diamond Market - NL
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As KFFL's MLB HOTW notes, per Adam Kilgore (The Washington Post), Morse has become a regular - and a regular contributor - since Josh Willingham (knee) bit the dust. Of particular interest is his stretch of 22 starts in his last 23 games, though, for fantasy purposes. In that time, Morse is 28-for-79 (.354) with a .582 slugging percentage, 11 RBIs and 14 runs.
It's not that these numbers are particularly staggering, but it's notable since Morse remains pretty anonymous in most fantasy leagues, particularly those in which OBP and slugging percentage are categories. At this stage, no player is likely to make a noticeable impact in them, but Morse has some serious power and might provide you with a little extra push from your last corner or outfield spot.
Morse is laying the groundwork that should give him a shot at a more prominent role on next year's club, too.
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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.
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