The following is a short list of the top young pitchers currently owned in 80% or less of Yahoo! leagues.If they are available in your league, pounce immediately! Johnathan Sanchez – 78% ownedTwo double digit strikeout games in a row one of them being a 1 hitter. Expect 200+ strikeouts
Flashback to the early 90’s. I was twelve. Mets Fan: “Generation K is going to rival and overcome the Braves pitching staff”Me: “Who?!?”Mets Fan: “You know, Bill Pulsipher, Paul Wilson & Jason Isringhausen?”Me: “Generation Who? Better than Maddux, Glavine, Avery & Smoltz?” Mets Fan: “Guaranteed”Me: “Ha! You’re sniffing way too many
Well????Fantasy owners love to use the “What have you done for me lately” approach to management of their teams. So, how can you use that to your advantage? In no other month will you see statistics that truly overvalue, and under appreciate scrubs and stars. For example: 35 players are
Jose Guillen It’s not the moves at the end of the season that will keep you playing in September (Fantasy’s October Baseball). Just like the stock market, people make adds and drops early on because of emotion, and not logic. In many of your leagues this jockeying has probably already
Who’s selling high on Ubaldo? Not me. That’s partially because I wasn’t able to get my hands on him in any of my leagues. However, if I was able to draft Jimenez, I would only consider trading him if someone offered up the farm. This kid is the real deal
Ricky Romero will be an essential component to the Doc Holliday-less Blue Jays in 2010. Quickly vaulting to the top of the AL East with a 7-3 start, the Blue Jays need Ricky to be the #1 SP they anticipated when they drafted him #6 overall in the 2005 draft.