(*) NFBC: One bad season value plays

The value of any MLB player can fall in the eyes of fantasy owners with one bad season. Heck, with one bad half season. Forget it—with one bad month!

When players decline in a big way over the preceding season, you can look at it in one of two ways. First, it can be a sign of declining production, declining skills and declining value. Or two, it can be a great buying opportunity for fantasy owners. There are reasons for that bad season and maybe the blame isn’t all on declining skills.

Last year we saw several top stars fall badly and now their values are much lower than they were a year ago. They have fallen by several picks and in some cases they’ve fallen by several rounds in the last year. Here's some help in sorting out the...


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