Another week of fantasy baseball is in the books. There really hasn’t been a stand out hitter, but Giants Ace Tim Lincecum has looked virtually un-hittable this season.

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Who’s Hot?

1. Tim Lincecum, SP, Giants: The two-time Cy Young award winner is making a case for a third. Lincecum is 4-0 this season with a 0.93 WHIP and 1.00 ERA. He has also struck out 32 hitters in only 27 innings. During this past week, Lincecum went 2-0 allowing only one run over 13 innings. It will be a two-horse race in the National League for the Cy Young award between Lincecum and Phillies Ace, Roy Halladay.

2. Johan Santana, SP, Mets: Santana is holding the Mets’ pitching staff together. He is 1-0 this week after two solid starts. He has allowed only one run over 13 innings and struck out 14.

3. Nelson Cruz, OF, Rangers: The American League’s home run leader has also stolen five bases this week. Cruz is a sure-bet to go 20-20 this year. Is 30/30 possible? Maybe. I think he’s probably a lock for 25/25, given his high steal rate this season.

Who’s Not?

1. Dustin Pedroia, 2B, Red Sox: Pedroia had a really tough week. He went 3 for 29 and only reached base five times. Pedroia has showed flashes of power(five HRs so far), but he has struggled at home.

2. Ryan Howard, 1B, Phillies: The big man has had somewhat of a slow start(three home runs so far) and struggled this week. He went 3 for 25 and only knocked in two runs. The Phillies are dealing with some injuries, so stay tuned.

3. Bronson Arroyo, SP, Reds: Arroyo was expected to be one of the anchors in the Reds rotation. So far, Arroyo has failed and the Reds are struggling. Arroyo went 0-2 this week, giving up 13 earned runs in only nine innings. He’s dropable.

Closer Casualities: Our count still sits at two (Frank Francisco, Mike Gonzalez).

Angels closer Brian Fuentes came back from the DL this week and blew his first save opportunity against the Tigers. However, Fuentes easily converted his save attempt against the Yankees on Friday. It’s worth watching the Angel bullpen situation since Fernando Rodney was really good in Fuentes’ absence.