Well, one player that won't outhit me in the first four games of the 2010 season is Astros first baseman Lance Berkman.
In addition to pitchers Yorman Bazardo and Alberto Arias, the Astros have placed Berkman on the disabled list (DL) retroactive to March 26th, according to MLB.com's Brian McTaggart.
Berkman, who had his knee scoped on March 13th, said: "Obviously it stinks to have to start the year on the DL, but I'll get off quick and never look back. I hate missing any games at all, but as long as it doesn't turn into an ordeal. Really just being eligible to come off Saturday [April 10] is good news."
Regardless, Berkman, who is a career .299 hitter, is on the decline. He missed 26 games in 2009, batted only .274 and drove in 80 runs (his lowest total since 2000).
In our Fantasy Baseball Weekly podcast on corner infielders, Berkman was a guy that we suggested to avoid.
If you didn't listen (to the podcast and/or advice), the good news is it's only four games (knock on wood) that he'll miss.