Found November 05, 2012 on Razzball:
I almost didn’t write this post.  Not because I was trapped under a Pizza Hut/Taco Bell Combo and unable to move my arms, but because Jurickson Profar will either be a huge boost for 2013 fantasy teams or he’ll be irrelevant and it’s not really on him which outcome comes to play.  It depends on the Rangers.  And it’s not like my Wil Myers fantasy which depends on the Royals and their cheapness.  This depends more on, where is Profar going to play?  Scenario Number One:  Andrus is traded this offseason, Profar runs with the shortstop job.  Scenario Number Two:  Hamilton leaves, Kinsler is moved to the outfield and Profar gets a middle infield job.  Scenario Number Three:  There is no scenario number three.  Scenario Number Four:  Kinsler or Andrus are injured; Profar gets the job and yadda.  Scenario Number Five:  Abu Nazir buys the Rangers because they used to be the Washington Senators, and Nazir orders Andrus on a suicide mission, sending him into a bunker with Bud Selig.  Only An...
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