This article is part of our Collette Calls series.
Randy Arozarena came into 2021 with more helium than just about any other player in fantasy baseball. He willed the Tampa Bay offense into the World Series last year with his amazing offensive run and finished the primary draft season this year with an ADP of 57, going as high as 24th and as low as 101 in more than 1,400 drafts.
Midway through June, Arozarena looked as if he was on pace to meet the expectations of those drafters as he was batting .266/.341/.436 with 10 homers and 11 stolen bases. Fast forward to July 20, and he's still sitting on 10 homers and 11 steals. (Ed note: started writing this on the 19th and finished it the evening of the 20th as Arozarena started the game with a double and a homer on batted balls back up the middle. Go figure.)
A baker's dozen of hitters have been held homeless the last 30 days, while Arozarena and three others have also been shut out in the stolen base category: