Fantasy Baseball Trade Chart: Week 11 (2021)
Most likely, your trade partners are beginning to get fewer and fewer in number. Several members of your league have likely fallen to a place in the standings where they no longer believe they have a realistic chance of competing. Others have begun to think about their fantasy football season.
It’s at this point in the season where fantasy managers need to work extra hard to find the right trade partner. Scour the rosters of the teams in contention. Find a deal that may work for your team and your potential trading partner. Do the leg work in advance.
As we get further into the season, you’ll continue to see revisions to the trade chart. Most notably this week, Fernando Tatis Jr. has performed so well that I can no longer artificially keep him low in the trade chart. I’m still concerned about his shoulder, but my goodness, it feels foolish to avoid him in trades at this point.
A reminder that these values are designed for 12-team rotisserie leagues, though they should be useful in all formats. And don’t be married to them. Use them as a guide to find the right deal, but nothing more.
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