Splitsville: More in store from Infante? Omar Infante's improbable season will likely continue in Fantasy Week 22, at least if the splits have anything to say about it. Our Jeff Lippman touches on that and more in his latest edition of Splitsville.Splitsville: Gio could come up all A's Studying the splits properly and using them as a guide has paid off nicely for many Fantasy owners this season. Our Jeff Lippman shares some statistical trends that owners should be made aware of for Week 21 in Splitsville.Splitsville: Time to stretch There aren't too many milestones left for Splitsville this season. The All-Star break is long behind us and now so is the trading deadline. It is the middle of August and baseball is beginning to make its stretch run.Splitsville: Dissecting the dog days of August What does the month of August hold for some of your Fantasy favorites? Jeff Lippman sees big things ahead for Denard Span and Miguel Montero and has some concerns over what Curtis Granderson has done historically.Splitsville: Harsh times for Haren Scott Podsednik could be of real value to owners in need of a few hits and steals while trade rumors might be the least of Dan Haren's problems this week. Our Jeff Lippman breaks down the positive and negative splits for Week 17.Splitsville: What history tells us about Week 16 It's time to take advantage of all possible tools to help you set the best lineups, including statistical splits. Our Jeff Lippman shares a few that tell both a good and bad story for some of your Fantasy studs in this week's Splitsville.Splitsville: Don't be a second-half sucker In a sport as data driven as baseball, finding trends to give yourself a Fantasy advantage is paramount. Jeff Lippman shares some of the positive and negative post-ASG splits that caught his attention in Splitsville.