That was one of the worst offensive (not a double negative!) weeks of baseball I've seen. A lot of players the 'perts were high on continue to struggle and a few players revealing their true colors (I'm looking at you Ben Zobrist). Who do we buy and sell this week?
Pujols: If the owner in your league is selling, buy. It might only take Fielder or Howard or Reyes straight up for him.
Longoria: He's only been back a few weeks, but he's struggling. I would take advantage of any weakness his owner is showing.
Crawford: Not sure if he'll come any cheaper than right now.
Kinsler: Again, another guy that I don't expect to continue struggling
Ubaldo: Showing signs of life, you could get him real cheap, might just take some waiver wire pitcher or a bag of peanuts...
Josh Tomlin: Will fall back to Earth soon, along with the Indians
James Shields: Wowz, 2nd best rated pitcher in Yahoo! right now, if you can get some real returns, I would look into it
Asdrubal Cabrera: Another Indian, not sure if he's legit
Matt Joyce: Some great numbers and possibly reaching his potental, but he's been playing a bit over his head
Lance Berkman: If anyone is willing to buy at his current price, sell
Bedard: Showing signs of vintage Orioles' days
Salas: A closer that's not named a closer but closes is technically a closer
Desmond Jennings: June is right around the corner
Porcello: Showing positive signs of reaching his potential, similar to Bailey without the Ks
Justin Turner: I had to give the Met fans something positive
Hafner: He's cursed
Fuentes: Can't remember the last time he was good, Bailey is coming back this week
Soto: There's a lot of catchers that are very similar this year, and by similar I mean, terrible
Brett Myers: Houston can't hit, can barely pitch, and definitely cannot close
Melky Cabrera: Welcome back to Earth