Injuries and quality performances mean almost total turnover in Michael’s weekly edition of Value Picks.
Jed Lowrie is awesome, Orlando Hudson has his uses despite Petco, and the first NL/AL-only group of middle infielders.
An Angel third baseman and Yankee catcher graduate from the list, but Michael has other infield and catcher options for you to consider.
Mike Stanton is a potential stud, but should you go out of your way to acquire him for 2011, or is patience your pal?
Russell Martin, Ryan Hanigan, and a trio of under-owned middle infielders get a look.
A new third baseman in Los Angeles, a change of plans at shortstop in Seattle, and Boston’s new starting catcher.
An update on the Mets’ second-base situation, the Tigers need a replacement at the keystone, and the Royals have intriguing up-the-middle options.
A position battle that may have draft implications and a look south to Tampa Bay.
The battle for the keystone in New York, a second baseman looking for redemption at high altitude, and a catcher finally gets his chance to shine.
Backstops in Cincy, Philly and St. Louis, along with the Pirates’ second baseman of the future.
Simple projected roto values for each position in 2011.
A pair of Nationals and an intriguing but injury-plagued shortstop make up this edition of Value Picks.
Should you be afraid of the guy in shades?
A Ray is free, a Brave is shifting positions, and a Tiger backstop has the position to himself.
What to expect from the White Sox second baseman and the Reds and Indians shortstops.
The middle infield lacks depth, so knowing which 2010 disappointments will rebound is key for your season.