Perhaps not quite the impact to be referred to as “Cedric the Entertainer”, but this year's version Cedric Mullins continues flying below the radar in fantasy circles. Through 30 games, he's slashing .322/.382/.534 with 15 runs, five home runs, 11 RBI and three stolen bases. Ignoring paces over a full season, converting to batting left-handed seems to suit him well. 

He's hit safely in 22 of 29 starts this season and tied for the major league lead in hits versus left-handed pitching with 17 (Jed Lowrie ). When the Orioles win, Mullins plays a part in it hitting .456 (26-for-57) in them. Yes, exit velocities remain up across the fantasy landscape but his 40 hard hits (exit velocity of 95 MPH-plus) leads Baltimore. Not bad for a...