Bobby Abreu tops 'oldies but goodies' list
Many fantasy baseball owners want nothing to do with an "old guy," even if he remains productive, and this discrimination shows in draft rankings and results. Yes, older players are more at risk of suddenly hitting a statistical wall or seeing their production decline, but Abreu finished the 2010 season as fantasy's No. 87 player overall, according to the ESPN Player Rater, and No. 32 among outfielders. I wouldn't say Abreu's run of being fantasy-relevant is over yet.
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