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Fantasy Baseball Trade Chart: Week 4 (2021)

by Dan Harris | @danharris80 | Featured Writer
Apr 22, 2021

Slow starts. Injuries. COVID-19 issues. There are a million reasons why your team may be struggling a few weeks into the season.

Particularly with the 10-day injured list, fantasy owners are forced to make tough decisions frequently with their rosters. Rather than cutting injured players, the best bet may be to try to clear roster space by working the trade market.

As you’ll see, plenty of players saw their values rise or fall based on recent injury news, while other players have forced changes to their trade values based on early-season performances. These developments are why the trade chart is updated each and every week. So before you make any deal, make sure to consult this week’s iteration to maximize your return.

A reminder: the values, which was designed for 12-team rotisserie leagues, are just that: trade values. They’re not FAB or any other measurement. When considering a trade, just add up the values on both sides of the deal to see which team comes out ahead.

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Dan Harris is the Editor-in-Chief of FantasyPros. For more from Dan, check out his archive or follow him on Twitter at @danharris80.