Fantasy Baseball Trade Value Chart: Week 6 (2022)
It is time to start taking stock of what your team is. More importantly, what your team is not.
The first six weeks of the season won’t tell you everything about how a player will perform. Remember how terrible Luis Castillo was for the first several weeks of last year? Josh Bell? Paul Goldschmidt? Even when all the underlying data can tell you whether a player’s current performance is real or not, there is no data that tells you how a player will perform over the next month.
The best any fantasy manager can do is look at the numbers and make his or her own evaluation. I believe Aaron Judge will continue his hot start. I’m very concerned about Marcus Semien and Tyler O’Neill. I try not to lose sight of injury concerns that I had just a few weeks ago.
That’s what you’ll see in the trade chart below. But ultimately, whether any deal is right for you and your team depends on how you view any one player.
The trade chart is updated every week to make sure you can accurately asses player values as they constantly change. So make sure to give it a look before making any deal.
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