2010 Fantasy Baseball: Week Four Major Slump Report
It’s not even close to Halloween, but these performances were scary bad for their teams this week.
1) 3B Chipper Jones, ATL
Braves fans everywhere are shedding a tear for their favorite third baseman. Jones had a terrible week of baseball.
He only had one hit in 20 at-bats, leaving him with a .050 AVG for the week. Since he can’t hit his way to first base, he has been able to force six walks this week.
2) C Victor Martinez, BOS
The Boston Red Sox are losing a lot more than anyone expected. With V-Mart’s production mimicking David Ortiz's, is there any wonder why?
Martinez only had two hits this week after 17 at-bats. He only had two RBI and finished the week with a .118 AVG.
3) OF/DH Jose Guillen, KC
The Royals have not been a good team in some time, and with Guillen’s production this week, he isn’t helping.
He was 3-for-25 and finished the week with a horrific .125 AVG.
4) 2B Rickie Weeks, MIL
Weeks was 4-for-32 and had a .125 AVG for the week. This week devastated his awesome start and dropped his overall average to .265.
5) C Russell Martin, LAD
Martin only had three hits in 24 tries this past week. The Dodgers catcher was left with a .125 AVG after a nightmare of a week.
6) 1B Lance Berkman, HOU
Berkman was only able to pull off two hits in 15 at-bats. The only light was one of his two hits was a home run, but that didn’t save him from a .133 AVG for the week.
7) OF Juan Pierre, CWS
Pierre is on the list once again. He was only 3-for-22 and only sent two teammates across the plate. A .136 AVG this week wasn’t what the White Sox had in mind when they acquired him after some success with the Dodgers.
8) 3B Alex Rodriguez, NYY
A-Rod takes the place of his teammate Mark Teixeira on the list this week. Rodriguez was 3-for-21 and finished his dismal week with a .133 AVG.
9) DH Hideki Matsui, LAA
The “Thrilla from Godzilla” was more like a baby lizard this week. Matsui was just like his old teammate, Alex Rodriguez, when he hit 3-for-21 this past week.
10) SS Jose Reyes, NYM
Mets superstar Jose Reyes was only 4-for-26 and left the week with a .154 AVG.
Reyes is likely still trying to find his swing after missing most of spring training. Fantasy owners shouldn’t be too worried about the last few weeks.
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