2011 Fantasy Baseball Projections
It's not going to be any easier in the AL East than it was in the NL West. Mark Reynolds won't endear himself in Baltimore if he plays more subpar defense and strikes out 40 percent of the time again, both safe bets. He moves from a good hitting environment to a great one, but will that be enough? The severe decline in his liner rate was alarming. The frustrating thing about handicapping Reynolds: He could hit .200 with 30 home runs, but he could easily bat .250 with 45 ding dongs. At what price are you OK with getting the former to take a shot that he'll reach the latter?
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