This article is part of our Oak's Corner series.
Happy All Star Week everyone, looks like we made it! With one weekend of games left before the break, I will take some time in the four days off from games to do another deep evaluation of my teams to see where I stand and where I need to improve. We are also at the point of the season where I will take a hard look at players who aren't performing up to par who I may have held on to because of where I drafted them or because their names have held value in the past. In July, it no longer matters where you took someone, as so much has changed and we have to look at our players with a clean slate. This weekend, I'll drop a couple guys whom I admit to holding on to for too long because of who I thought they were three months ago.
The Week That Was
Anyone who knows me or has talked baseball with me knows how much I love Sonny Gray, mostly because of his time with the A's and some great performances he had in huge games. His rough 2018 with the Yankees is well documented, and even about a month ago, I had no issue with people dropping him in 12-team leagues as he was just a guy who was okay but not going deep into games at all. Gray has been really good in his last two starts against division rivals Cubs and Brewers, highlighted