By Sam McPherson
Every year it’s the same thing: Major League Baseball fusses and fawns over the players that make the All-Star Game rosters in the American and National leagues. Whether because of fan voting or the rule that requires every team?no matter how bad?to have an All-Star, there are a lot of players that end making the All-Star team and inflating their perceived value in fantasy baseball. You can use that to your advantage this week.
Smart fantasy owners know that being an MLB All-Star doesn’t mean that player is a fantasy-baseball All-Star, because there’s a huge difference between reality and fantasy?in every way, including this fun pastime we all partake in every year. After all, Kansas City Royals second baseman Omar Infante almost got voted onto the AL roster by overzealous fans, and the 33-year-old veteran is hitting just .232 with a .547 OPS. He shouldn’t be on…
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