Struggling Rangers Adrian Beltre and Prince Fielder worth targeting.

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We do a lot of posts here on who you should pick up or drop in leagues. Now here is one to show you who you should be targeting in trades. All of these players are owned in at least 85 percent of ESPN leagues, and are in the middle of the worst starts of their careers for the most part. Over the weekend I will let you know who you should be trying to buy low on.

This piece will focus on infielders.   Tomorrow’s will focus on pitchers.  The first installment is here.

Apr 23, 2014; Toronto, Ontario, CAN; Baltimore Orioles batter Chris Davis (19) connects for a home run in the first inning against Toronto Blue Jays at Rogers Centre. Mandatory Credit: Dan Hamilton-USA TODAY Sports

First Base:

Chris Davis, Orioles:  Davis had just two homers in 76 at bats before landing on the disabled list.  After slugging 53 last year and driving in 138 runs, you can call that a disappointment.  Davis could return as soon as next week, so I would try and pry him away from the disappointed Davis owner before he returns and starts mashing again.

Prince Fielder, Rangers: Fielder is off to a disappointing start, hitting just .228 with three home runs.  Still, he is walking more than he is striking out, and is showing signs of life.  Prince has tallied a hit in nine of his last ten games.  Your window to buy low may be closing.

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