With many players already making waves by signing deals or being sent packing from one city to another, it is time for this space to do a little review of what has happened and what it means for fantasy owners.
Edwin Jackson - The Tigers certainly seemed to take the opportunity to sell high on the pitcher. Jackson was one of the more pleasant surprises of fantasy baseball in 2009, going from undrafted to a number two or three starter in many formats. While he struggled some down the stretch with his command, he certainly was going to be on the radar in the late-middle rounds of drafts in 2010 had he stayed with Detroit.
His move to the NL West could actually help his value. The division is littered with parks that favor pitchers more than hitters, and he will not be fac ...
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