Over the years, early season fantasy baseball has given way to some notable stories of pan flash and fizzle. Just last year we had Matt Davidson hit three home runs in the season opener, while Ian Happ not only hit seven homers in spring training, but he also took the first pitch of the first game of the regular season way deep and gone. While pundits buzzed about the potential of both youngsters going forward, Happ would struggle to find consistent playing time the rest of the way, while Davidson would hit only nine home runs after May 13th. In 2017, Brewers outfielder Eric Thames hit 14 home runs in his first 47 games, however managed just eight after the All-Star break. In 2016 Trevor Story hit seven home runs in the first week of the season, but finished the year with only 17 more over his next 91 games. Not to say that all of these guys were huge fantasy disappointments, but the point is that after their incredibly quick starts, expectations for the rest of the season...