Just because your favorite player keeps his hit streak alive, doesn't mean he's the best choice for your fantasy roster. He may have a great batting average, but if he is not scoring runs or driving them in, he may be better left off your team.
Many fantasy managers fall into the trap of keeping a player because he produces for his team. Another reason is maybe he had a great season last year, and at "some point" he will break out of his slump.
Fantasy baseball is just that: fantasy. It's governed by a whole different set of rules than the game we love.
Even if your starting pitcher has a 4-2 record, it doesn't always mean he is a good fantasy player.
Here are 10 players who have been productive in recent seasons, but have been are downright terrible for their fantasy owners.