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2017 has been one of the more active August trading seasons in recent memory. We’ve covered four deals here alone and that includes a couple of somewhat significant trades that we ended up glossing over. In this case, the New York Mets dealt veteran outfielder Curtis Granderson to the Dodgers

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The non-waiver deadline starts the home stretch for fantasy baseball players. Even though there are seven weeks in the regular season left, there are only three weeks left for head to head fantasy players. So, while we usually wait for the offseason to assess players, we are getting a head

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The Milwaukee Brewers finally found a second base upgrade when they agreed to trade a player to be named later in exchange for Neil Walker. The trade marks the third trade of an established regular since the August trading season began. These kinds of deals are usually rare, but this

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Those of you paying attention will have noticed a lack of a week 18 preview last weekend. Well that’s because I had a personal matter to attend to which I won’t go into here. But thankfully, it’s all sorted now. After week 17, a week off might not have been

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The Indians have made the second significant August deal so far this season. August deals are more rare than July deals, but there are always a few each season that make a difference in the pennant race. In this case, the Cleveland Indians traded minor league pitcher Ryder Ryan to

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Position rankings are something that usually gets saved for the offseason and we will certainly revisit it then, but the non-waiver deadline means different things depending on whether you are talking real baseball or fantasy baseball. In players playing in head to head leagues, you are looking at the last

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2017 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

The three by three by three series continues into the dog days of August. The pennant drive is amping up for most teams, but the fantasy season is considerably shorter for teams playing in head to head leagues. September usually brings the fantasy playoffs, so you might have time for

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The Mariners made the first significant trade of the post-deadline season when they acquired all-star first baseman Yonder Alonso for minor league outfielder Boog Powell. For many fantasy fans, they assumed the trading season was over, but occasionally a blockbuster will go down and we will be here to cover

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This evening’s 13-game slate features five hurlers priced over the $10,000 mark on DraftKings (Jacob deGrom, James Paxton, Madison Bumgarner, Yu Darvish and Brad Peacock). While there are other values on the mound, many in cash games — and even those spending up at pitcher in tournaments — will need

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2017 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

You usually get these articles right after the non-waiver deadline and they generally focus on which teams helped themselves the most or failed to help themselves. This time, we will focus on the players likely to get the biggest bump and who will be the hardest hit from their move

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