One of the very best parts of fantasy baseball is that pat on the back we give ourselves when players we've targeted and drafted succeed. Heading into the second half of the season, we have a good idea of which direction our season is headed come October. Our fantasy league leaders most likely have a mix of players like Jose Abreu, Nelson Cruz, Masahiro Tanaka and Brian Dozier - some of MLB's most productive first half players - who we either vigorously targeted, or drafted on the wings of good fortune because we needed to fill a position and this player was the next guy on the list.
Reviewing the top performers of the first half got me thinking what the first two rounds of a midseason fantasy draft would look like. Let's say we got to start fresh beginning Monday of week 14 and had the opportunity to redraft. In putting an ADP together, surely first half performances are important, but sometimes an MLB season can
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