Fantasy Baseball Trade Chart: Week 13 (2021)
Injuries? Ok. Poor performance? Ok. But a new ban on “sticky stuff?”
Fantasy managers have dealt with plenty of adversity this year as baseball comes off of an unprecedented shortened season. But suddenly, their evaluation of the starting pitching landscape needs to change drastically.
Spin rates are down. Strikeouts are down. Reliable innings are down. Once again, fantasy managers find themselves in a new and unprecedented environment.
As you look for ways to address the uncertainty, the trade market should always be one of your first stops. And to help you on your way, you should always first consult our weekly trade chart.
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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