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Fantasy Baseball 2014: Week 2's Buy-Low, Sell-High Trade Advice
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Homer Bailey's first two turns in the Reds rotation hasn't provided much good to talk about.

What good is talent to a fantasy owner who lacks timing?

Fantasy baseballjust like the real thingis a game of skill, luck and timing. That last trait, in particular, comes in handy in regards to getting value in the trading game.

Knowing which player(s) to trade away and which to deal for—and knowing just the right time to do so—can make all the difference.

After all, it doesn't get much better than making a move to unload a hot flavor-of-the-week type who's about to cool off in exchange for a slumping stud who's ready to take off.

Now, speaking of timing, let's get to some players to sell high and buy low.

 

Statistics courtesy of Baseball Reference and FanGraphs, unless otherwise noted.

 

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