2011 Fantasy Baseball Projections
Nick Markakis hasn't slipped his trippy decline in power production by anyone. He's becoming an excellent contact hitter, which seems to go unnoticed but makes him a No. 2 hitter and a less attractive fantasy commodity. Buck Showalter moved him between the two-hole and third spot regularly. The numbers suggest that Markakis continues to become less aggressive. Will it pay off? The good news: There is little downside to Markakis, few will pay for big upside. The bad: There may not be much upside. After the break, Markakis began taking the offensive more, though. There's still some hope.
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