The first month of baseball is coming to an end.

Breakout teams, key injuries and hot hitting has culminated into the exciting product that the MLB has to offer.

However, while we sit back and watch these natural occurrences take place, what does that do for our fantasy teams?

Many owners have been biting their fingernails through the first month of fantasy leagues, anticipating their early round draft picks to breakout and earn their keep.

Fast starts by Ryan Braun, Jered Weaver, Dan Haren, Matt Kemp and Joey Votto, have allowed owners to sit back, take a deep breath, and be thankful that their elite starters have taken over where they left off in 2010.

With that said, ugly production through the first month from usually elite options like Derek Jeter, Carl Crawford, Mat Latos, Francisco Liriano, Ubaldo Jimenez and Ryan Dempster have done the exact opposite.

These players along with many other fantasy scoundrels have created a dark cloud of regret over the heads of fantasy owners, making them wonder, what should I do?

By looking through the early production, or the lack there of, we are able to figure out who’s for real and who isn’t.

Being patient is key in fantasy baseball, allowing owners to reap the benefits of other managers jumping the gun on trading for a guy or wanting to get rid of a stud.

With that said, here are the top candidates to either buy low or sell high.

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