At this point of the season all the stars are rostered. Have been for months. Therefore, it's vitally important if your team is struggling, either because of injury of poor performances, that you find a way to work around the inability to bolster your team with stars. In this column we'll list for you the names of five hurlers that can help lead you to success. Two are certainly rostered unless you are in shallow leagues, it's possible four of them are, but if you're in one of those 10 team leagues or a shallow 12 teamers, there's a chance they might still be on waivers. We'll then highlight a group of five batters who have all been crushing it over the last 30 days for their respective clubs.
Well I certainly hope this column finds you well; with a belly full of beer and brats and all appendages still attached. While many of us were able to take some time off to spend the holiday with family and friends, those who play professional baseball for a living still had to punch the clock on Thursday and put in an honest day’s work. Some did a real nice job of it, some, not so much. Since my hangover is currently the size of the great state of Montana, allow me to be brief here when I dish out the highlights.