shortsavage wrote:Ha! Go Cafe .
still way to early to bump this and rub people's noses in it... but here's a bit of news from CBS
Alex Rios, RF TOR
News: On the breakthrough of Alex Rios, Toronto GM J.P. Ricciardi told the New York Post: "Last year our hitting coach, Mickey Brantley, begged (Rios) to widen his stance, get upright and hit through the ball. He fought it, fought it, fought it. Then he went home, worked on it and this year is a whole different guy. Last year, he would hit balls in the upper deck in batting practice and not carry the same swing into the game. Now, he is. He is using his legs and driving through the ball."
Analysis: Rios is one of the biggest breakthroughs in baseball in 2006. Consider him a solid outfield option in all Fantasy leagues now. He could very well go .300, 20 homers and 20 steals -- or better.