Collette Calls: Breaking Down Tommy Pham
Collette Calls: Breaking Down Tommy Pham

This article is part of our Collette Calls series.

The outfield trio of Harrison Bader, Jose Martinez and Marcell Ozuna was a big part of St. Louis' second-half resurgence that had the Cardinals in contention for the NL's second wild card until the season's final week and helped them not even miss Tommy Pham. National League rules, plus Matt Carpenter's presence at first base meant only three of those bats could be in the lineup at any one point, and Pham was the one who was dealt. All three Cardinals put up good to excellent numbers since the deal, but Pham still dwarfed them.

St. Louis made the cardinal sin of trading a player at his low value, and Pham was red hot since the trade. The hot summer of the other ...

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Jason Collette
Jason has been helping fantasy owners since 1999 at RotoJunkie, Fanball, Baseball Prospectus and now here at RotoWire. He covers the Tampa Bay Rays at theprocessreport.net. You can hear Jason weekly on many of the Sirius/XM Fantasy channel offerings throughout the season as well as on the Sleeper and the Bust podcast on iTunes. He was selected as the Fantasy Baseball Writer of the Year by FSWA in 2013.
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