2012 Fantasy Baseball Round-Up: Adam Jones, Matt Wieters, Charlie Blackmon, Tim Hudson and More

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Hopefully you held on to Mark Reynolds. His batting average hovered around .200 all year and his power wasn't enough to make up for it, so many fantasy owners ditched him. It appeared the Orioles did too when Manny Machado was recalled last month, but it turns out Reynolds got a new life at first base. 

The Baltimore slugger hit two more homers and scored twice while driving in three runs against New York. That's eight homers and 16 RBIs in eight days, the kind of hot streak that can move a fantasy team up a spot or two in the standings if you held on to him. 
If by chance he's still available in your league, go get him. 

All the Orioles are hot these days as Adam Jones and Matt Wieters both had two hits including a homer. 

Curtis Granderson began to break out of his slump with two hits while Ichiro had three for New York. 

It was a good day to play Charlie Blackmon. Good news is, if you had him, you played him.It was a light five-game night, so you could play everyone on your roster and if you were one of the few with Blackmon, he got you four hits and a double. 

Tim Hudson came through with seven scoreless innings for Atlanta. 

Adrian Beltre and Josh Hamilton both homered for the Rangers while Lorenzo Cain had three hits for the Royals. 

Jordan Zimmerman struck out nine and allowed just two runs in seven innings. Kurt Suzuki led an offensive spurt for the Nats with three hits and a homer while Adam LaRoche also homered. Mike Morse, Ryan Zimmerman, and Bryce Harper all had two hits. 

Anthony Rizzo homered among three hits for the Cubs. 

Josh Johnson was solid for Miami, allowing two runs in seven innings. Donovan Solano had two hits for Miami and may still be on the waiver wire with a .289 batting average if you need a middle infielder. 

Bad news came for Jered Weaver, who will miss tonight's start with a shoulder injury. Ervin Santana gets the start instead, so load up on your Tigers in daily fantasy games, especially Prince Fielder and Delmon Young. 

If you are out of the race and starting to think about next year's fantasy season, I recommend you check out Scoresheet is a simulated fantasy game that I have been playing for a decade and the best fantasy game I have played. It is realistic, and gives you the feel of playing real baseball games on the computer. 

Written by Steve Mims exclusively for Follow Steve on Twitter @nwsportscards

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