BATTERS: Fantasy All-Stars

With about 10 games left in the regular season, itÕs time for us to declare our 2011 Fantasy Baseball All-Star batters.

The method was simple: We took all batters and compared their YTD 5x5 dollar values with their pre-season BaseballHQ.com projections. Players projected under $1 were valued at $1, because you canÕt bid negative value.

We counted only batters with at least 200 AB YTD, and set position eligibility by standard rules (five in-season appearances qualified). Players with multi-position eligibility were slotted where they left the greatest opportunity for other profit; ties were broken by the player with the lower pre-season projection.

Now, we know what youÕre thinking: CouldnÕt this end up being the Òall-BHQ...

Almost!

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