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Fantasy Baseball

Those of you (like me) who failed to make the playoffs in your fantasy football league will now be turning your attentions to baseball. Something you should have done weeks ago if you ask me. To ease you into it, I figured this will be a good time to look

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Fantasy Baseball

Those of you (like me) who failed to make the playoffs in your fantasy football league will now be turning your attentions to baseball. Something you should have done weeks ago if you ask me. To ease you into it, I figured this will be a good time to look

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Fantasy Baseball

We’ve had a look at some hitters who are good trade targets in Dynasty for a bounce-back year in 2020, which means it only makes sense to look at some pitchers. If you missed the hitters’ article, go back and have a read. It’s the same premise for the pitchers;

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Fantasy Baseball

For most re-draft leagues, the trade deadline has passed, and you’re stuck with your roster or waivers/FAAB. In dynasty leagues (like on Ottoneu), you still have another week or two to make some moves. Those of you not contending for the top prize this year, it’s an important time as

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Fantasy Baseball

Now at the halfway point of the season, you will likely at some stage have streamed a starting pitcher, whether it be for one game, one week or multiple occasions. It’s something I try to avoid but nearly every league format will lend itself to streaming as a viable option

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Fantasy Baseball

By now, you’ll most likely be looking for some specific assistance with your fantasy teams. You may be a bit light in pitching, lacking on some offense or perhaps a bit of both. If you’re fortunate enough, you will just need a bit of help in one category. It’s unlikely

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Fantasy Baseball

We’re now two months into the season and have a pretty clear outlook on where our fantasy teams are and what we need to do the remainder of the year. That tends to lean towards trades, especially in deeper leagues where the waiver wire is an ugly and destitute place.

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Fantasy Baseball

Continuing on from justifying and reasoning my Rest of Season rankings, we’re going to look at the pitchers who have risen most since preseason. Although I do break the rule once here, I’ve not included relief pitchers as it’s pretty obvious why they go up; saves opportunities. But starters aren’t

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Fantasy Baseball

We published our rest of season rankings this past weekend and there’s some standout changes since the preseason ranks were published around six weeks ago. There’s obviously been injuries which have impacted them but also some surprising performances, interesting call-ups and unusual usages. Therefore, it only seems right that I

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Fantasy Baseball

The season is a week old which can only mean one thing; your team is riddled with injuries. If that’s the case for you and you’ve already lost a key hitter to the IL, we will help identify some potential replacements, widely available in most leagues to ease your suffering.

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