Zombies are all the rage these days. There are plenty of zombie-related television shows and movies for one to view and a few popular zombie apps on phones for people to enjoy playing. I am so cool that I do not know the names of any of them! It is fitting that zombies are in style now because they are certainly all the rage in fantasy baseball in 2013.
Matthew Berry and Nate Ravitz have been using the term, "Fantasy Zombie," as long as I can remember on the ESPN fantasy podcasts. A fantasy zombie is defined
as, "a guy left for dead who has somehow risen from the grave to actually have real, legit fantasy value again." We have a few examples of that happening in 2013 at the quarter-way point as James Loney leads baseball in batting average with a .367 average while slugging .542. John Buck already has 10 home runs, Mark Reynolds has one-upped him, while David DeJesus has a higher slugging percentage than Albert Pujols and Josh You've reached the end of our free article preview.
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