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RotoGraphs updates their AL Outfielder ranks. It's crazy to see Jose Bautista in a tier by himself. Is it time to sell high on him? Let us know what you think in the comments.
Within this mailbag is some very good advice about trading.
COSFBA looks back at some April surprises.
Rotoprofessor finds the pitchers with the majors' highest strand rates, which is one of those statistics that will almost certainly normalize, so you would do well to pay attention to this list.
KFFL scrutinizes the Dodger and Cardinal bullpens.
Razzball assesses the performances of relievers filling in for injured closers.
Lester's Legends has some waiver wire advice for you if you need strikeouts.
RotoGraphs has three waiver candidates for those in deep leagues.
The Fantasy Fix runs down some third basemen who might be available in your league.
Follow the jump for more of the latest fantasy baseball news and analysis from around the web.
Grant Brisbee of SBNation notes while hitting streaks are really fun to keep track of, they don't really paint the whole picture of a player. Andre Ethier is having a great year so far, and if he's on your team, you're happy to have him, but there's bound to be someone in your league who is going to overrate him based on this streak. Maybe you should think about taking advantage of that.
Baseball Press advises you to buy low on Nick Markakis. By the way, Markakis was hurt twice last night - he was hit in the hand by a pitch and then dove on a sprinkler head(!) - but Orioles beat reporter Brittany Ghiroli seems to think he could shake it off.
Lester's Legends investigates the case of Brett Wallace.
Jason Grey of ESPN has a scouting report on David Cooper. (PAYWALL ALERT)
Roto Hardball profiles Justin Masterson and concludes that he should be benched when facing lefty-heavy lineups. Can we get an official ruling on how to spell Sabre(Saber)metrics?
Roto Hardball makes a case for Tim Stauffer.
Rotoprofessor has a comprehensive injury report.
Phil Hughes doesn't have TOS, which is good because he won't have to have a rib removed, but it's bad because they still don't know what's wrong with him.
Barret Loux, who as a first year minor leaguer has already had an interesting journey, struck out 10 batters in 5.2 innings last night.