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Fake Teams Hitting The Fantasy Links

Here are Tuesday's fantasy links of interest:

Rob Neyer writes about how Dodgers outfielder Matt Kemp is carrying the Dodgers so far this season, and even thinks he can go 30-30 this year. I agree with Rob, and vice versa.

John Sickels writes about Dodgers prospect Jerry Sands in his Prospect of the Day article over at Baseball Nation and Minor League Ball. It's Jerry Sands all the time of late here at SB Nation.

Baseball Nation's Rob Neyer asks the question-"St. Louis closer Ryan Franklin has blown four of his five save opportunities. Is it time to make a change?". If its not, it is definitely getting very close.

More fantasy links after the jump:

Joe Pawlikowski from Fangraphs takes a look at how big of an impact Matt Kemp has been to the Dodgers offense so far this season. He's had a great start to the season, but the rest of the lineup, save Andre Ethier, has been pitiful.

Paul Sporer over at Baseball by Paul provides some spot starter recommendations for this week including a few guys I listed as buys in my Monday afternoon article.

Chris Ryan from RotoExperts.com answers 10 questions about players who have started the year hot and some who have started the year cold including Dan Haren and Edinson Volquez, among others.

Paddy McMahon reviews the performance of last week's recommendations, and gives fantasy owners a list of 10 guys who have been hot of late.

Rotoworld's Nick Nelson discusses more two start pitchers and this list is more to my liking. I own a few of these pitchers, including Ubaldo Jimenez, but will miss his first start because of an archaic rule in one league.