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May 8, 2012 3:00 am

Value Picks: First, Third, and DH for 5/8/12


Michael Street

Looking for a replacement for your injured third baseman? Michael looks at plenty of hot-corner options this week, especially in Playing Pepper.

As Jason Collette and Paul Sporer covered in BP’s Towers of Power Fantasy Hour podcast this week, four front-line third-base qualifiers—Evan Longoria, Mat Gamel, Kevin Youkilis, and Pablo Sandoval—hit the DL this past week, leaving fantasy owners scrambling at an already-thin position. While many of the replacement players are marginal, sometimes a warm body is all you need to keep your fantasy squad afloat until more help arrives via an early-season callup. I’ll examine a few of those hot corner replacement options in this week’s column.

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XMhell, err, XML is done and ready to go!

Right-click here to copy the XML feed, then go into iTunes and find the Advanced menu. Click it, then click "subscribe to podcast" and past the copied XML feed into the open window and click OK.  If you'd rather navigate straight to the iTunes store and subscribe that way, you can do that here. Both episodes 1 and 2 are in the feed so you can subscribe and pull them down. We are recording again this Thursday night and have quite the group of emails to read along with news to react to and a bonus interview with Tampa Bay color analyst Brian Anderson on the Rays pitching staff.

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