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One doesn’t need a Ph.D. in fantasy football - zhangzk - 06-12-2019

This is a good thing Rock Ya-Sin Jersey , since there is no such thing as a Ph.D. in fantasy football.While picking the right person is key, knowing when to select a particular player can be just as important. Now that several leagues have already had their drafts, we have an idea where players are going in terms of average draft position (ADP).Based on the early numbers , several athletes are going way too early in drafts and also more than a few NFL stars who aren’t getting enough love from fantasy owners.Being disciplined on fantasy draft day, in many cases, can be the difference between winning a league championship and being out of contention by mid-season. That being said , it’s important to look at more than just average draft position when determining the right time to pull the trigger on a certain player. To illustrate this point, we are going to take a look at 10 names that are disappearing from draft boards way too early.Moreover, and perhaps equally as important , this article will also highlight 10 stars who should be drafted much earlier than their current ADP. Picking one of these underrated players will have more than a few savvy owners looking like fantasy geniuses.With that in mind, it is time to take a look at 10 players who will outperform their average draft positions and 10 who will underperform. Colby Rasmus is leaving the Baltimore Orioles after struggling to play through a left hip injury for two seasons.
Baltimore placed the outfielder on the restricted list after he told the club Tuesday he was leaving. Rasmus informed manager Buck Showalter of his decision prior to a game against the Phillies.
”Colby talked to me this afternoon and said he made the decision to go home and discontinue playing,” Showalter said. ”We’re going to honor that. Give him the privacy he’s due , and hope everything is for the best. Wish him well, and we’ll see what the future brings.”
Rasmus was hitting .133 with one homer in 18 games this season after signing a one-year, $3 million deal in the offseason. A 2005 first-round pick of the Cardinals , Rasmus left Tampa Bay in midseason last year after dealing with similar hip problems.
He hit his only homer on June 21 on the same day he was activated from the 60-day DL with a left hip flexor strain, but he was hitless in his last 11 at-bats.