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Lincoln Hamilton

Lincoln Hamilton lives in North Texas where he spends his days obsessing over sports, trivia and food. Follow on Twitter @LHamiltonPP

Fantasy Baseball

While the collegiate ranks offer only a handful of solid prospects, teams willing to gamble on youth have more to choose from. Brendan Rodgers – SS – Lake Mary HS (Florida) The consensus top high school bat, Rodgers lays legitimate claim to being the best overall prospect in the 2015

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2015 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

View image | gettyimages.com Dozens of new, high-quality, talented players will soon be available for dynasty drafts as the MLB Rule IV Draft draws near (June 8-10). For those of you looking to nab young batsmen in hopes of future roto titles, the college ranks offer a pool of talent

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Unlike every other draft in the known universe the MLB draft does not have a set number of picks in the first round. Compensatory picks change the total number of first rounders from year to year. This year 34 players will get to say they were “first round picks”, ignoring

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2014 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

After the appetizer, it’s time for the main course. What the 2014 MLB Draft lacks in hitting talent it makes up for in intriguing arms. Here are the ones with the best chances of being first round picks come June 5th. Carlos Rodon – North Carolina State University, LHP Rodon

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2014 Fantasy BaseballUncategorized

The 2014 crop of hitters kind of sucks. There will be big leaguers. There will probably even be a couple pretty good ones but, the draft class lacks both elite high-end talent at the top AND depth. While the overall class will likely go down as one of the worst

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2014 Fantasy BaseballUncategorized

Scouts always liked him, but Brady Aiken used to be described in a series of back-handed compliments. He was “solid” and had great “pitchability”. Aiken projected as a middle-to-back-of-the-rotation starter, still valuable, but any real upside was wish-casting. Sometimes wishes come true. Gradually 89 MPH became 94 MPH. The movement

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2014 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

The NFL and, to a lesser extent, the NBA drafts have become sports holidays. Tons of hype and prime-time TV coverage have made moderate sports fans into armchair Mel Kipers and Jay Bilases (Jay Bilii?). Only the most ardent fans know *anything* about the MLB draft. Even while access to

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Fantasy BaseballFront Office

No. Despite rumblings from the baseball prospect online echo chamber, North Carolina State ace left-hander Carlos Rodon is still the best pitching prospect in college baseball and potential big league ace. THIS IS A FREE SAMPLE OF OUR #FRONTOFFICE CONTENT. LEARN HOW TO BE A MEMBER HERE.

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

The Boston Red Sox called up one of the best prospects still left in the minors. His name is Xander Bogaerts. A child named Xander Bogaerts has to be pretty awesome in order to live up to that name. Luckily, Xander Bogaerts is pretty awesome. Few players combine plus hit

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Fantasy Baseball

Tuesday marks the big league debut of two of baseball’s most exciting prospects: Zack Wheeler and Wil Myers. Both Wheeler and Myers were high first-round talents drafted in 2009, Myers slipped to the third round due to perceived bonus demands. Despite, or perhaps because of, their elite amateur statuses both

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