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The offseason is speeding along, so we are speeding up the ranking process. We are including total points and the traditional numbers and rankings in the same articles. The overall rankings will be a rough composite of the two systems. It has been awhile since we have seen total points,

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We finally come to an end of our series on the post Winter Meetings breakdowns. The Dodgers were arguably the best team in baseball since they had the best regular season record. They also had both wild card teams for the National League last season. So, you would think this

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Fantasy Baseball

The Winter Meetings have come and gone, but it seems like the activity is just picking up steam. Some offseasons work that way. Teams and players are waiting for certain guys to go off the board before they make their moves. So, we are taking a look back at what

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Fantasy Baseball

The crop of second basemen coming up through the ranks is a potentially exciting group. It’s hard ranking young players when they first come up. You don’t want to use their pure numbers because they will almost always come up on the short end of the stick. Yet, you don’t

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Fantasy Baseball

The Winter Meetings are over, but there is nearly two months left in the offseason. There has been some intriguing moves made in the NL East that could make it one of the more interesting divisions long term. There are certainly more moves to be made, so we will look

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Fantasy Baseball

The Winter Meetings are over and no division has been more active than the AL West. Still, there are nearly eight weeks left until pitchers and catchers report to Spring Training, so there is still plenty of time for major decisions to be made. So, we are looking at what

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Fantasy Baseball

The Winter Meetings are over, but the offseason still has more than six weeks left to go before pitchers and catchers report. This offseason it looks like there will be more decisions left to the new year than in past offseasons. So, we are looking at what teams have done

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Fantasy Baseball

You could probably break the MLB offseason into two halves. The period from the end of the World Series through the end of the Winter Meetings would be the first half. The period between the Winter Meetings and the beginning of Spring Training would be the second half. This offseason

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Fantasy Baseball

The Winter Meetings have come and gone and people always get excited over the big time moves that teams make. As exciting as it is to see the Giancarlo Stanton’s change teams, most teams would not go without the glue guys that just produce average to above average numbers. The

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Fantasy Baseball

We’ve been running through the players in alphabetical order now for about the last year. We do this for a number of reasons. The primary reason is that while the past five seasons might give a player a certain ranking, and the rankings may vary based on five or six

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