That's the thing about fantasy baseball: you can't really enjoy the small victories. Or, at least, you shouldn't.
If you're an especially savvy owner, you don't have the luxury of kicking back when a player hits a hot streak. Instead, you probably need to see it as an opportunity to flip that player for potential profit.
I'm not saying the players on this list can't keep up their current numbers or that they're headed for certain regression. Tyler Colvin? That guy above? I really like him. But not enough to keep me from seeing if there's someone better he can bring me.
Here are 10 guys who are at a personal high point but who might not stay there much longer.