Which players have made the biggest gains in value since the All-Star break?
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This week, Protrade investors bail on some highly-touted youngsters who failed to live up to expectations.
Some new flavors show up as fantasy GMs scramble to shore up their teams down the stretch.
A few years ago, most expected a lot from Rickie Weeks. A 15 percent drop in value wasn’t one of them.
The biggest swap of the deadline season helps both of the big names in the deal, while lost seasons begin to pile up.
Protrade returns with the players whose values have shifted the most since July 19.
The ten players whose value has increased the most are a mixed bag of low expectations, surprises, and canny risks.
You have to look closely to see why commodities like Alex Gordon and Erik Bedard are on the rise, while traders are far less enthusiastic about Matt Cain and Roy Oswalt.
Cristian Guzman up, Andruw Jones down? That’s the market for you.
Edwin Encarnacion and Prince Fielder reestablish their value, while Freddy Garcia and Adam Kennedy fall off the map.
Who’s cooking and who’s cooked in the always-sizzling fantasy sports market.
Investors are buying on Randy Wolf and Jarrod Washburn and selling on Felix Hernandez. Such are the vagaries of the market…
A new pair of Bash Brothers inspire higher bids, while the volatility of saves might be spiking interest in previously unlikely quarters.
A few young arms are primed to deliver on their promise, while the Bartolo Colon bandwagon makes room for more passengers.
Pitchers dominate market movement, while Alfonso Soriano starts to show why he was considered the top free agent in the 2007 class.