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Welcome back to the Top 100 hitters for the rest of the 2024 fantasy baseball season. I once had a baseball coach who told me you’re talented but you need to change one thing. He simply said I need to swing the bat harder.  The fact that I’m writing rather than playing right now indicates the results may not have been favorable.  However, Baseball Savant recently released their swing speed metrics and have given us a new dimension to evaluate.  Did you know that Giancarlo Stanton swings the bat hard while Arraez barely swings at all?  Of course you did because you’re a savvy fantasy baseball player.  However, did you also know that Jo Adell has been swinging a harder bats than Juan Soto?  Or how about that Mookie Betts and Adley Rutschman sit in the bottom 20% of hard swingers?  While still trying to figure out what this all means, it doesn’t give us more to dig into in this week’s rendition of the Top 100 Hitters for the rest of the 2024 fantasy baseball season.

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Pirates rookie starting pitcher slash phenom slash heart throb thrash Livvy Dunne’s boyfriend Paul Skenes followed up his much anticipated debut last week with an even more impressive outing going six hitless innings, allowing just one walk and striking out 11 Cubs for his first career win, but definitely not his last. Skenes was absolutely […]

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What is up party people? Sigh, another week, another promising young outfielder hits the IL. Jung Hoo Lee wasn’t lighting the world on fire just yet but there were signs he was about to take flight. Then he dislocated his shoulder in a collision with the wall and his timeline to return is uncertain, with the worst case timeline being the rest of the season. We should have some clarity in the coming days, but I’m fearful it will be a lengthy stay on the IL. So far he has been replaced in center field by Luis Matos who was a top prospect just a short time ago. He has big time potential but struggled in the majors last season which is why he’s been in AAA. Now that injuries to the rest of the Giants hitters have given him a chance to play everyday, it’s up to him to put it all together and show off his talent. His numbers in AAA haven’t been great but he has hit the ground running since his call up and that makes him worth taking a shot on. Now lets look at some other potential replacement options, starting with some guys from last week and then we’ll see who’s hot.

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