Lopez, Beltre off to flying starts
Some of the players ranked in the top ten in OPS are simply imposters who will not survive the test of time.
LOCALS WILL REGRESS TO MEAN BY MEMORIAL DAY
It's just not going to sell papers. Instead, when you peruse the MLB Insider site lines, you're going to see stories about sophomore slumps, breakouts seasons, new attitudes, new approaches working wonders, dramatic downturns and miracle turnarounds. In a few cases, some of these early results are actually indications of things to come. In most, though, they will not stand the heat of late spring and summer and will be completely forgotten by the first frost of autumn.
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