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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

The end of Spring Training is a hectic time for every team. When teams finalize their rosters they have to expose some players on waivers. Every other team has to decide if their 24th and 25th guy is better than what is available on the waiver wire. In a similar

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Fantasy BaseballFront Office

Last year there were many disappointments in the stolen bases department: Michael Bourn, Elvis Andrus, Erick Aybar, Alex Gordon, Aaron Hill, Austin Jackson, and Cameron Maybin. All of these players have one thing in common as the reason for their declined success on the base-paths – a decreased stolen base

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

Welcome to fantasy baseball’s answer to “Marry, Bop, Kill” – “3 to Cut, 3 to Catch, 3 to Keep”. Each week, I’ll recommend three players to cut, whether by trade or drop, three players to catch, whether by waivers or the trade market, and three players to keep, despite any

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2013 Fantasy BaseballChris GarosiFantasy Baseball

Welcome to the Fantasy Fix Closer Report, our weekly look at closer situations around the league. I hope to provide you with pertinent and timely information for leagues of all shapes and sizes. If you have any suggestions, leave a comment or shoot me an email or tweet. Enough of

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Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball Guide To Twitter

With Opening Day around the corner, it’s important for fantasy baseballers to take advantage of the resources available to them. Twitter is becoming one of the greatest tools for fantasy geeks, acquiring breaking news and updates instantaneously — and not needing to wait for the newspaper the following day (Sorry

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2013 Fantasy BaseballBrett TalleyFantasy Baseball

If you have a draft coming up this weekend and you have no idea what to do, I have the answer for you. The answer is the image below which is a flow chart for you to follow during your draft. There are three tracks you can follow depending on

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

I had one of those situations come up this weekend that is a nightmare for all fantasy baseball players: I had double booked myself. Of course, this was not intentional. I play in a league of players from a fan site I have been a part of for over a

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Fantasy BaseballProspects

The Miami Marlins drafted Jose Fernandez with the 14th overall selection in the first round of the 2011 MLB Amateur Draft out of Braulio Alonso High School in Tampa, Florida. The 6-foot-3 215 pound right-hander arrived in the Tampa area after defecting from Cuba by speedboat in 2008. He subsequently

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2013 Fantasy BaseballAndrew MillerFantasy Baseball

In most fantasy baseball leagues bench spots are limited, and usually reserved mostly for pitchers since they’re more easily interchangeable due to playing once every five days instead of everyday like most position players. So sometimes a fantasy owner won’t have more than two or three hitters on his or

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Fantasy Baseball

TheFantasyFix.com readers league draft completed on Saturday and it will be a fun season. The league is a 13 team Rotisserie mixed league and has 2 SP specific spots, 2 RP specific spots, 4 general pitcher spots, 2 utility hitter spots, 3 outfield, 1 catcher and NO corner infield or

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