Proven players with proven problems
There's a tendency in fantasy baseball to give veterans the benefit of the doubt. Especially when a player has an extensive track record of success -- like Albert Pujols and his hitting .329 for the past decade, for example -- we're more likely to dismiss a .267 batting average to start the season and expect that, eventually, he'll turn it around.
However, even the greatest players can have a bad year, either as an isolated season of inferior production that they rebound from in ...
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