2010 Fantasy Baseball: Major Slump Report Week 15

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2010 Fantasy Baseball: Major Slump Report Week 15
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Their poor production was worthy of a made-for-television movie. Fantasy owners likely had trouble watching as they contributed nothing to their match-ups last week. I'm sure fantasy owners are hoping that the credits roll soon on those slumping as we near the playoffs.

 

 

1)      Colby Rasmus Stl OF

 

The Cardinals outfielder was hitless in 12 plate appearances and finished last week with a .000 AVG.

 

Rasmus has been dealing with a hamstring problem which may be a contributor to his lack of production. It has been a full month since he has had a home run. He has been spending some time on the bench as a result.

 

His fantasy ownership has dropped nine percent.

 

 

2)      Brennan Boesch Det OF

 

The Tigers outfielder had only one hit in 17 at-bats leaving him with a .059 AVG.

 

Boesch’s highlight last week was his five walks.

 

He has been in a terrible slump with only four hits since the All-Star game.

 

His fantasy ownership has dropped 15 percent.

 

 

3)      Pablo Sandoval SF 3B, 1B

 

Kung Fu Panda only had one hit in 16 plate appearances and finished with a .063 AVG.

 

Sandoval has been dealing with his divorce and will miss a few days this week.

 

Surprisingly, his fantasy ownership saw a three percent decline.

 

 

4)      Albert Pujols Stl 1B

 

The Cardinals first baseman went 2-for-21 and finished last week with a .091 AVG.

 

He did however hit a home run and walked four times, which eases the pain a little.

 

 

5)      Carlos Pena TB 1B

 

The Rays are the second best team in baseball. However both Pena and Longoria provided little assistance last week.

 

The Tampa Bay first baseman had only two hits in 21 at-bats with a .095 AVG last week.

 

Some may have been blinded by his poor production due to the fact that his only two hits last week were home runs.

 

 

6)      Evan Longoria TB 3B

 

The Tampa Bay All-Star third baseman only had two hits in 20 at-bats leaving him a .100 AVG last week.

 

The only good thing that happened to commercial action star, Longoria, was one of his two hits was a home run.

 

 

9)      Andre Ethier LAD OF

 

The Los Angeles’ clutch hitter went 2-for-17 with two RBI and a .118 AVG last week.

 

Ethier has not been the same since his finger injury. He was dealing with an illness recently, which has not helped him at the plate.

 

 

10)  Carlos Santana Cle C

 

Santana was 2-for-17 with only two RBI and finished his terrible week with .118 AVG.

 

The Indians catcher has done very well since making the show. His bad week could be attributed to lack of rest since he has played nearly every game this month.

 

 

Dishonorable Mentions:

 

Vladimir Guerrero Tex DH       3/23, 1 R, 1 RBI, .130 AVG

 

David Wright NYM 3B              3/23, 1 R, 2 RBI, .130 AVG

 

Howard Kendrick LAA 2B         3/23, 0 R, 0 RBI, .130 AVG

 

Carlos Quentin CWS OF            2/15, 1 R, 2 RBI, .133 AVG

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