This article is part of our Oak's Corner series.The Week That Was
Alex Bregman was a popular riser in fantasy drafts, moving up into the early third round in 15-team drafts by late March. Bregman concerned those owners a bit with a very pedestrian April, hitting .250 with only one home run. Bregman has caught fire of late and is finally looking like the breakout young player we all expected after the Astros run through the World Series. In June, Bregman is hitting .286 with six homers, and is top five in baseball with 19 RBI and top 10 with 16 runs scored. After a quick demotion in April to the bottom half of the lineup, Bregman is now slotted into the two hole every day between George Springer as Jose Altuve, about as prime a lineup spot as there is in baseball.
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