This article is part of our MLB Barometer series.Remember when Ryan Zimmerman had 11 homers and a .420/.458/.886 last April?
That was the same month that Jason Vargas looked like Clayton Kershaw.
How about Alex Bregman's .250/.340/.310 opening month last season without a home run? (At least he's got one so far in 2018!)
It's easy to get caught up in the early-season production we've banked – or missed out on – as the calendar flips to May. Understandably, our patience begins to run thin, and we want to believe that the players currently carrying our teams at or near the top of the standings are producing at new and improved sustainable clips.
This week's risers and fallers focus on a few of the biggest movers in each direction from the first month-plus of the 2018 season. Naturally, this list is not exhaustive, as Didi G
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