Fantasy baseball players must follow changes in preseason rankings, including how injuries, depth chart changes and transactions can affect their fantasy baseball teams. Stay up to date with notable adjustments in KFFL's fantasy baseball projections to outperform competitors.
Alberto Callaspo, 2B, Kansas City Royals
Alex Gordon's (thumb) absence opens up third base for the versatile Callaspo, who'll have worth at times in deep mixed as a roster-capping stab for batting average help.
Andruw Jones, OF, Chicago White Sox
A slight upward tweak reflects his AL-only sleeper value that might be useful at times in deep mixed.
Phil Hughes, SP, New York Yankees
He's the No. 5 starter for the Yanks. If you were before, don't be afraid to take a shot with him as a No. 5 or 6 mixed starter, and an AL No. 4.
Brian Fuentes, RP, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
Fuentes bumped up but still only a No. 3
We still wouldn't take him higher than No. 3 mixed stopper value, but we improved his projection slightly.
Fernando Rodney, RP, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
The next in line for Angels saves moved upward slightly.
Joba Chamberlain, RP, New York Yankees
At least Joba now has a defined role. His bullpen help with K's and ratios deserves consideration for the top 200 mixed picks.
Kerry Wood, CL, Cleveland Indians
Wood will miss six to eight weeks, but he's worth a stash pick in the late rounds in every setup. He'll be handed back the job once he returns.
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