Punting catcher doesn’t mean you don’t want anything from your catcher spot.  I don’t draft A.J. Pierzynski while waving a white flag.  I just try and get value later on.  Which brings us to Geovany Soto.  Last year, Geovany Soto burned a whole lot of people who drafted a catcher early. 

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Kick this post off with a little side note copulation.  Big Stein had it all wrong when he called Dave Winfield, Mr. May.  Jason Bay is Mr. May.  From 2005 to 2009, he’s hit 9, 12, 4, 7 and 10 homers, respectively. 

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Man, a guy turns in a mediocre season when he’s a twenty-two year old rookie and people abandon him in flocks.  Let’s recap what I said in the first sentence.  In 474 at-bats, Colby Rasmus hit 16 homers and stole 3 bases. 

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I took part in my 3rd mock draft for 2010 fantasy baseball the other day.  Tis the season, ya’ll.  And by the other day, I mean I did this mock about three weeks ago prior to the winter meetings/signings/whosehewhiches.  So if you’re wondering why I drafted Randy Wolf or Rodney, it’s because it’s before they lost value in the last two weeks. 

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Javier Vazquez heads to the Yankees. This should help the Yankees contend for a division– Oh, wait. They just won the World Series. Well, this should help a rotation that struggled– Oh, wait, they have Sabathia, Burnett, Pettitte, Joba, Hughes and now Javier Vazquez.

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The comments were shut off on the Position Eligibility for 2010 Fantasy Baseball post because that post was just listing players and their eligibility for 2010 fantasy baseball.  Now, in this here post, we get down to business.  Or bidness, if you mispronounce business. 

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The 2010 fantasy baseball rankings are not as far away as you might think.  Right now, January Grey is throwing darts at a board to figure out where to place Edwin Jackson.  In the meantime, let’s look at the players who have multiple position eligibility for this upcoming 2010 fantasy baseball season. 

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Next up, we have the award for Who’s Most Likely to Be the Mark Reynolds of 2010?  The camera finds Chris Davis in the audience, grasping his Mom’s hand.  The camera pans to Mat Gamel, who’s fumbling with his drink. 

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With ace-of-the-staff years dating back to 2002, Roy Halladay was the franchise.  Well, the Blue Jays front office gave the Blue Jays fans the kanye shrug.  While most pitchers go from good to great or great to mindblowing in the NL, Halladay will have to deal with Citizens Bank. 

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