Fantasy Baseball Stock Watch: March 1
Jon Impemba gives us his breakdown on who's stock is rising and who's is falling up to this point in Spring Training
Opening Day is just four weeks away so now is a great time to kick off the 2018 Fantasy Baseball Stock Watch Report. The purpose of this article is to identify the players whose fantasy value is rising or falling based off recent production and role within their respective teams. As we find ourselves just a week or so into spring training, let's take a look at some veteran players who should find themselves with rising and falling stocks as we head towards opening day.
Jason Kipnis 2B, CLE- The veteran infielder entered 2018 with a lot of questions after coming off an injury plagued 2017 season which saw him hit a career low .232 with 43 runs, 12 home runs, 35 RBI and six stolen bases over 90 games. There was some thought that Kipnis could have been traded during the offseason, but he has remained with Cleveland and is healthy to begin the spring. It’s important that we do not get caught up in spring training statistics but Kipnis has already homered...