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Fantasy Baseball Trade Value Chart: Week 7 (2022)

by Dan Harris | @danharris80 | Featured Writer
May 24, 2022
Mookie Betts

This is the most movement that we’ve seen in any one week in the trade chart. Yes, there are plenty of injuries to account for significant drops in value. But also, it’s ok to admit that you’re concerned or encouraged by performances that you were previously ignoring.

Franmil Reyes is striking out 40% of the time. Teoscar Hernandez is batting .149. Manny Machado is playing like the best player in fantasy baseball.

Trevor Story‘s recent surge showed fantasy managers how quickly an early start can be erased. So, proceed with caution on any evaluation that seems drastically out of line with your preseason projections. But reassessing a player’s value routinely is something that every good fantasy manager should do.

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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