LOL I like how you nearly quoted me directly from the Week 2 comments for Kinsler! I saw him play this weekend in Baltimore and this guy is a stud, and is no question the best offense fantasy player in baseball now. I see no reason why he can't sustain that for the year short of injuries.
A basic question to clarify your rankings for me....
They seem to be your rankings for players based on projections for the rest of the year while taking into account recent play. Correct? Not merely rankings based on year to date accomplishments. So you are simply tweaking your preseason rankings for end of the year projections based on recent play? I'm curious how you place your altered player rankings? Taking into account changes such as injuries, fast starts, solid starts by players expected to perform well vs those not expected to, slow starts by players you expect to outperform their recent poor showings.
I'm asking this because it's easy to get fooled into thinking hot starts can translate into solid season stats, while sorting out suprisingly hot starts by player who legitimately can sustain it. Players come to mind such as Inge, C. Pena, A. Hill, Bartlett, Kemp, Ethier, Greinke, Billingsly, Bedard, Broxton, Bell, Franklin. I know how I FEEL about these players and whether I think they'll hold up numbers for the year based on my own preseason expectations. How do you go about making that determination?
Thanks again for taking the time to make these rankings!