Look, Dee Gordon. It's not the worst thing in the world to be a sell-high candidate. Considering the season you've had so far, you should probably be a little flattered.
It means you're currently doing something right, your stock is on the rise and somebody out there would probably be more than cool with putting you on their fantasy team. It doesn't mean you're bad at playing professional baseball. And it doesn't mean you're on the verge of falling off the planet. It doesn't even mean you couldn't still end up one of the more useful shortstops in the league.
All it means is that your value is at a particular high point and that fantasy owners could get more in return for you now than they recently could have.
What's that? Then why aren't Matt Cain and Carlos Beltran on this list? Well, they're much better than you. But don't be bummed. I've assembled a list of nine other guys in the exact same spot you are.