Have we already seen the best from Hamilton, Quentin, Liriano?
It doesn't take a genius to figure out that the amazing statistics Adrian Beltre produced in 2004 are extremely unlikely to occur again. The Dodgers, Beltre and his fantasy owners really enjoyed the 48 home runs, 121 RBIs and .334 batting average the third baseman shockingly delivered that season. However, when he reverted to the norm in 2005 and ever since, it was clear that Beltre had delivered a career year, or what many would call his outlier season. Most veteran baseball players ...
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