Roy Halladay Fantasy Baseball’s Pitching Line of the Week:Roy Halladay (SP-PH) vs Florida: 9 IP, 0 ER, 0BB, 11KDoc Halladay didn’t take lightly to Matt Cain trying to steal his thunder. Halladay pitched the 2nd perfect game of the season and the 20th in history. Roy bounced back with a
Jonathan Sanchez Tim Lincecum is king. Has been for the past two years. He dominates like no other and theoretically will only get better. But there are two stars on that rotation that easily get overshadowed and are trying to prove to the league that they should be feared too.
Clayton Richard BATTERSEdwin Encarnacion – 15% of Y! Leagues7 R / 6 HRS / 11 RBI / .368 BAHitting 6 homers in 6 games is what we like to call going on a tear. We’re only one year removed from Edwin hitting 26 dingers. Who does this guy think he
Gio Gonzalez Fantasy Baseball’s Pitching Line of the Week: Gio Gonzalez (SP-OAK) 8IP, 2 H, 0 R/ER/ 1 BB, 5 KOriginally drafted by the Chicago White Sox in the first round of the 2004 MLB amateur draft, Gio Gonzalez was involved in three trades for the likes of Jim Thome,
David Price David Price is hosting the Price is Right in 2010, so move over Drew Carey. He's got keeper material written all over him. Oh yeah, it doesn't hurt to play for the Rays who are being compared to the 1998 Yankees. Things are looking good in Tampa… David
Ian ‘Ike’ Kennedy 2010 has been good to Phil Hughes and Ian Kennedy. 2,500 miles away, these one time brothers are finally doing their thang. Phil Hughes and Ian Kennedy were heralded as the future of the Yankees. They were brothers on a mission, studying under the great Mike Mussina.
Mat Latos Fantasy Baseball’s Pitching Line of the Week: Mat Latos (SP-SD) 9IP, 1 H, 0 R/ER/BB, 6K In his last two trips to the mound, Mat Latos has pitched a total of 17 innings, collected 2 wins, allowed only three hits while striking out fifteen and walking none. Yes,
Tyler Clippard About this time every year, I get the email or tweet from the nervous fantasy owner who is deficient in saves, or their ERA/WHIP are inflating (like this nurse’s breasts) out of control and need a solution. If you remember my piece on middle relievers this time last year,