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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

Welcome back to 3×3, where this week, I tell you why you should trade Josh Hamilton and Fernando Rodney, pick up Brandon Moss, and join hands in a prayer for Emilio Bonifacio. 3 TO CUT Josh Hamilton, Los Angeles Angels OF Heading into Sunday’s action, Josh Hamilton had the 22nd-worst

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2013 Fantasy BaseballChris GarosiFantasy Baseball

The First Pitch: Happy Tax Day everyone! Make sure you get those taxes filed today. And good luck to everyone running in the Boston Marathon. And because it’s Marathon Monday that means the Boston Red Sox will be playing at 11:05am. Get those lineups set early…speaking of Boston… Boston 5

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Leading Off Scott Diamond got absolutely pounded by the Mets in his first start since going on the DL with an elbow issue. Diamond gave up eight hits, 4 earned runs (including a HR) and only struck out one. He is officially safe to ignore in all formats – including

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Andrew MillerFantasy Baseball

There are very few top pitchers throwing twice in week 3, so I only ranked 19 pitchers below while listing the other two-starters just in case you’re in a deep mixed or NL- and AL-only leagues. Cliff Lee: 4/15 @ Cincinnati | 4/20 vs. St. Louis Jordan Zimmermann: 4/15 @

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Leading Off Daniel Murphy led the Mets over the Twinkies 16-5. Murphy had 4 hits in 5 at-bats and drove in 4 runs. Murphy is now hitting .368/.405/.711 on the young season and he looks primed to add a bit to his power. He’s not going to hit anywhere close

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

This early in the season, much of what happens is simply noise. Anyone who is asking their favorite fantasy baseball experts if they should drop someone who they selected in the first 15 rounds of their snake draft probably deserves what they get. However, that doesn’t mean that you should

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

There are certain baseball players that fall into the category of “first half performers” in that their career splits indicate their best stats come before the All-Star break on a yearly basis.  These are the type of players you want to trade before mid-season when they hold peak value.  There

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Andrew MillerFantasy Baseball

Shelby Miller made his first 2013 start Saturday in San Francisco, and while it wasn’t as good as his first major-league start last October he looked like he belonged in the majors while facing the world champs. Miller didn’t make it out of the sixth inning after walking Hunter Pence

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

For some time, I’ve been bizarrely intrigued by Elvis Andrus. Once, he appeared to be the next Jose Reyes, a 100+ run, 40+ steal, fantasy behemoth. While he has been a sturdy fantasy performer, he has often put together great first halves that were never a prelude to greatness. For

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

Once we get past the first week of the season we get to the point where fantasy baseball players become nervous about certain players on their roster. There is an internal voice in every player’s head when the switch gets turned from “it’s early” to “I’m worried.” That switch is

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