Found November 06, 2012 on Baseball Professor:
Most, if not all, of these players went a lot later than they should have in 2012. It just goes to show that the most active fantasy baseball owners are usually the ones left standing at the end of the season. And they say playing fantasy baseball isn’t a full-time job… 10. Chase Headley, 3B, SD Headley was on the fantasy radar last year, but who would’ve predicted that he would lead the NL in RBI? His numbers for 2012 on a team that wasn’t laden with offensive power were amazing — .286 BA, 95 R, 31 HR, 115 RBI, 17 SB. He’s been on the trade block for about two years now and his value can only go up if he leaves San Diego. 9. Josh Reddick, OF, OAK Reddick had some success with Boston before departing for the opposite coast, but what followed in 2012 was a surprise. He blasted 32 homers while driving in 85 for the AL West champions. He only hit .242, but had 85 R and 11 SB for a pretty useful fantasy season. Much like his team, we’ll have to wait until 2013 to see if both were flukes...
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