Second-Half Ranks: Top 340
While baseball takes three days off to hit home runs that don't count, the ESPN.com fantasy staff has tasked with reranking its top 340 players for the rest of the season. That means that we're only counting post-All-Star-break production. April's hot or cold starts are long forgotten.
Why do we do it this way? Because unless you play in a league in which you can acquire stats that have already been accumulated, looking back only serves to put things in perspective, and that's ...
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