Heyward, Chipper ready to produce again
Heyward, a second-year player with MVP-caliber potential, was hitting .219 before succumbing to a nagging shoulder injury. He hadn't started a game in a week. But he also ranked among the top 50 in ESPN average live drafts before the season and had hit seven home runs, and it didn't seem like owners were particularly concerned. He remained owned in 100 percent of ESPN standard leagues even while missing time.
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