Ten Hitters Who May See Their Early-Season Success Fade

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Ten Hitters Who May See Their Early-Season Success Fade
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As the Major League and Fantasy Baseball seasons reach the quarter pole, owners trying to take stock of where they stand would do well to understand when a player's hot start is legitimate—and when a player may fall back down to Earth.

With that in mind, here's a sample of 10 hitters from across the fantasy spectrum who may find themselves struggling in the near future.

Emphasis will be placed on a few key statistical indicators and may give fantasy owners a few sell high possibilities to consider.

The last three players on this list are all first- or second-round talent. They all may prove me wrong, but they are currently sporting some indicators that may serve as legitimate warning signs.

Whether you find this helpful or tedious, let me know. Also keep on the lookout for future installments of hitters who should rebound, and pitchers who should fall and rebound.

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