Justin Smoak A quick review of last week’s least owned top performers in fantasy baseball. Justin Smoak goes yard in back to back games. Paul Maholm wins the Dr. Jeckyll / Mr. Hyde award. Edinson Volquez dominates in his return. Who will continue to dominate and who will disappear like
Clint Barmes A quick look at last week’s Fantasy Baseball top performing and least owned players on the waiver wire. Jim Thome’s four homers. Clint Barmes’ hit streak continues. Max Scherzer dominates yet again. Dexter Fowler is back and on a mission. Can they really keep it up for another
Madison Bumgarner Madison Bumgarner, the touted rookie, lost his second game since being called up and you have to ask yourself – will he come around this year in the majors and how long should I give him a roster spot if he doesn't? After loses to the Red Sox
John Buck Victor Martinez is officially on the 15-day DL with a fractured thumb. So far this has been the year of the thumb injury, from Aramis Ramirez to Jason Heyward now to Victor Martinez. Martinez’s is a bit different though with an actual fracture unlike A-Ram and Heyward’s bruises.
Delmon Young As we get one All-Star back from thumb injury another falls. Jason Heyward, the rookie phenom, who has taken Hotlanta by storm, landed on the DL today with an left thumb injury. The good news was the MRI showed no structural damage so two weeks of resting the
Carlos Quentin A quick look at last week's Fantasy Baseball top performing and least owned players on the waiver wire. Edwin Jackson's insane no-hitter. R.A. Dickey's 6th straight. Carlos Quentin's four dingers. Brandon Morrow & Jhoulys Chacin are strikeout machines. Is Jamie Moyer really father time in disguise? Can they
Max Scherzer A quick look at last week’s Fantasy Baseball top performing and least owned players on the waiver wire. Justin Smoak is smoking the ball and Max Scherzer dominates twice. Can they really keep it up for another week? Check out who’s a Must or a Bust. SWINGERSJohn Buck
Aramis Ramirez Later this week we will hopefully see the return of Aramis Ramirez. It’s been a rough year for fantasy owners, having to either drop the All-Star third baseman or painfully hold on and possibly waste a DL spot. Somehow I’ve ended up with Aramis two years in a
Roy Halladay In less than half the year we've had some amazing, and I mean amazing games by pitchers. Three no-hitters from Ubaldo Jimenez, Roy Halladay & Dallas Braden with the last two being perfect. Technically we've had three perfect games if you count Galarraga's, which I think we should.
Ted Lilly A quick look at last week’s Fantasy Baseball top performing and least owned players on the waiver wire. Jonathan Niese and Ted Lilly throw a 1 hitter. Aubrey Huff and Gaby Sanchez’s hit 2 bingers each. Can they really keep it up for another week? Check out who’s