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Behind the Numbers: Likes and Dislikes

David Regan

David Regan

David Regan is a five-time Fantasy Sports Writers Association award winner, and was named the 2010 Fantasy Baseball Writer of the Year.

The Cubs kicked off the Hot Stove league this week with a pair of deals, sending Carlos Marmol to the Dodgers and Scott Feldman to Baltimore. Those should be a mere prelude for Theo Epstein and company, as players like Alfonso Soriano, Matt Garza, Kevin Gregg and others likely will be shipped out for prospects. In fantasy, keeper leagues have certainly already seen a flurry of activity. Heading up to your league's trade deadline, there likely will be quite a bit more activity as the contenders jockey for position and the hopeless plan for the future. In that vein, let's look at a handful of players I like, and some I don't like, heading into the season's second half.

Like 'Em

Ricky Nolasco (MIA) -
I'll get some flak for this, but bring it on. I was worried about Nolasco heading to the AL, but with Baltimore acquiring Scott Feldman, that at least takes one contender off the market for pitching. I think Nolasco ...

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