We’re not mad at these MLB players for their poor 2012 campaigns. We’re just disappointed.
Okay, maybe you are mad at some of these guys for ruining your fantasy baseball squads.
When you chose Adrian Gonzalez and Roy Halladay in the first two rounds, it sure seemed like you set the tone for a successful draft. Those guys are sure bets for outstanding production, right?
Yeah, about that. Those two are among some of the league’s most dependable stars who have fallen flat on their faces this year, and many fantasy squads have suffered dearly for their shortcomings.
If these slumping studs have not already inflicted too much damage, owners now face the daunting dilemma of how to handle their fallen stars.
Should they ride the bench? Is it time to trade them for pennies on the dollar? Or is there nothing left to do but hold out hope that they return to form during the final two months?