Fantasy Baseball Hot Stove

by Tim Heaney on February 13, 2009 @ 01:00:00 PDT

 


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KFFL delivers the fantasy baseball spin on each Major League Baseball Hot Stove deal that matters in your fantasy baseball league. Check back for frequent updates.

Adam Dunn, OF, Washington Nationals

For information on this acquisition, please read Washington Nationals sign OF Adam Dunn.

Bobby Abreu, OF, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

For information on this acquisition, please read OF Bobby Abreu set to join Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.

Pat Burrell, OF, Tampa Bay Rays

For in-depth analysis on this acquisition, check out Impact Analysis: Pat Burrell, Tampa Bay Rays.

Milton Bradley, OF, Chicago Cubs

For in-depth analysis on this acquisition, check out Impact Analysis: Milton Bradley, Chicago Cubs.

Coco Crisp, OF, Kansas City Royals

For in-depth analysis on this acquisition, check out Impact Analysis: Coco Crisp, Kansas City Royals.

Andruw Jones, OF, Texas Rangers

Well, he has a team, but does he have the motivation and fitness? He'll still be a No. 4 outfielder, at best, for Texas and shouldn't be anything more than a No. 6 with a hint of upside for your deep mixed team. He's best left for the post-process waiver wire.

Randy Wolf, SP, Los Angeles Dodgers

Your best plan is to let him pull your sled during his hot streaks and let him go when the cold starts to get to him. If you hang onto him too long, he can come back to bite you. The howler can be a No. 6 starter in deep mixed, but don't expect him to be on your roster all season - can he stay healthy?

Braden Looper, SP, Milwaukee Brewers

Where are the strikeouts? Apparently, Milwaukee's front office overlooked that part of his resume. With his penchant for pitching to contact, he's too risky for mixed universes.

Trevor Hoffman, CL, Milwaukee Brewers

For in-depth analysis on this acquisition, check out Impact Analysis: Trevor Hoffman, Milwaukee Brewers.

Brandon Lyon, RP, Detroit Tigers

For in-depth analysis on this acquisition, check out Impact Analysis: Detroit Tigers bullpen.

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