The All-Star break is approaching, and it's a great time to reflect on trends from the first half and see if there is any value to mine for the second half of the fantasy baseball season. I took a peek at a leaderboard, and I found some surprising and exciting stuff. Here's an interesting fact: the players with the third and fourth most RBI in the league play for the same team, and it's not the Red Sox, Dodgers, or Padres. It's the Los Angeles. And what's more? Neither of those two players are named Mike Trout.

Yep. Shohei Ohtani and Jared Walsh have both had breakout seasons. I don't need to say much more about Ohtani, the first- ever player to be selected as an All-Star as both a starting pitcher and a DH. He leads the league in home...