Rounding the Bases: Opening Day

Posted: 5th April 2010 by Ryan Hallam in MLB
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Jimmy Rollins came into the season with a lot of questions, mostly about his power.  A season after his home run total was slashed by more than half, Rollins got off to a great start on Opening Day with two hits (including a triple) and his first stolen base of the season.  I would say that the days of him hitting 30 home runs are in the rear view mirror, but Rollins is still a quality starting shortstop in fantasy, and not every fantasy team can boast having that in today’s climate at the position. Not much to report about on the Roy Halladay front, just another ho-hum stellar performance.  Sure it was against the Nationals, but Halladay went seven innings, gave up just one run, and struck out nine.  You think the Phillies got their money’s worth in th ...

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