Pickups of the Day for April 14th

  • The article was written by Scott Burks (@oregondux2)

    The catcher position in fantasy baseball is usually the most volatile position on a fantasy baseball roster. Most fantasy leagues play with two catcher spots, which makes finding two quality catchers quite a chore. Currently, there are three catchers who were drafted in the top 20 of NFBC 12-team drafts who are hitting below .200:

    Cal Raleigh (7th catcher drafted, .171 Avg., 2 HR, 4 RBIs, 18 K’s in 41 ABs)
    Keiber Ruiz (15th catcher drafted, .194 Avg., 1 HR, 3 RBIs).
    Henry Davis (18th catcher drafted, .186 Avg., 0 HR, 4 RBIs, 16 K’s in 43 Abs)

    If you are ready to move on from these three players, let’s look at three other catchers rostered in less than 50% of CBS leagues, who have gotten off to good starts and may be good replacements for those catchers hurting you in the batting average category.

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