Fantasy Baseball: Five Coldest Hitters in AL Central
By Dave Holcomb
May 26, 2015; Bronx, NY, USA; Kansas City Royals catcher Salvador Perez (13) reacts to striking out to end the top half of the fifth inning against the New York Yankees in a baseball game at Yankee Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Adam Hunger-USA TODAY Sports
The weather is really starting to heat up now that the calendar has switched to June, yet there are several key fantasy baseball contributors in the AL Central very cold at the moment.
In fantasy baseball, especially rotisserie leagues, it is difficult to drop a star. Eventually, the star will heat up, and the stats balance themselves out because rotisserie leagues take into account full season stats.
But while that star is cold and still in the fantasy baseball lineup, it can be very frustrating for the owner, who has no other choice, but to take the hitting lumps right with the star’s real life team.
For our list, we tried to stick with fantasy baseball relevant players. So a guy like Omar Infante, who is batting .111 in the last seven games, was omitted because he isn’t owned in many fantasy leagues.
Without further ado, here are the five coldest hitters in the AL Central: