Farm Futures: Buy-Low, Sell-High Hitters
Farm Futures: Buy-Low, Sell-High Hitters

This article is part of our Farm Futures series.

This is going to be a shorter article than usual so that I can make time to get a full-scale update done on the top 400 prospect rankings this week (should be done by end of day Thursday). There's still not a large enough sample size for most of this to mean anything, but that's when excellent trade opportunities can emerge. Small sample sizes lead to more overreactions on the minor-league side than the major-league side, because generally, fantasy owners are less confident about how good their struggling prospects are and more willing to buy into a fast start from one of their favorite prospects being the sign of things to come.

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James Anderson
James Anderson is RotoWire's Lead Prospect Analyst, Assistant Baseball Editor, and co-host of Farm Fridays on Sirius/XM radio and the RotoWire Prospect Podcast.
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