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The BBWAA recently voted three players into the Hall of Fame, but none of them were Barry Bonds. Surprising? No. Was it wrong? Yes. Barry Bonds deserves to be in the Hall of Fame because he wasn’t like all of the PED abusers. I’m not going to stand up for

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It’s pretty incredible to think about how much fantasy sports has evolved over the past couple of decades. The number of sites that host fantasy leagues has increased dramatically, along with all of the places you can go to get up-to-the-minute fantasy news and opinions—especially that great site thefantasyfix.com. The

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Ah, we’re at the end of the road – for now. We’ve taken a look at every position around the diamond so far from a fantasy perspective next season. For the sake of readers who want/need to re-read or catch up on here are the previous pieces: catcher, first base,

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Nate Robinson Let me first say I am not a fan of Nate. Not after the 2006 dunk comp where he robbed Andre Iguodala and then wasted what seemed like hours of my time trying to throw down what (admittedly) was a really nice dunk. Robinson is probably the finest

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It’s certainly been awhile, but the process of deciphering total run index can be a little tedious. The good news is that when it’s done you have a great head start on your fantasy drafts next season. Today, we will look at first basemen. You can’t get anymore different than

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Johnny Manziel The best rule in college football that the NFL should seriously take a look at is the time stoppage to set the chains on a first down. The rule doesn’t only make sense; it provides a real opportunity for last minute comebacks, which brings tremendous excitement to the

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The Grass is Always Greener On the Other Conference’s Football Field. So now Maryland, a 1953 charter member of the ACC is thinking about joining the Big 10 and they might be willing to pay $50 million to get out of their conference affiliation. Are you kidding me, for what?

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Manti T’eo I am watching the boys on ESPNU during the BCS Countdown show and here’s how the conversation goes regarding the first three teams in the BCS rankings. They are discussing how Notre Dame is clearly not one or two and you get the feeling maybe they believe that

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Starting in 2014, college football will have a four-team playoff in which the four teams will be selected by a committee. It’s been an agonizingly long wait for college football fans.  A step in the right direction? Yes. The answer? Absolutely not! Think about it. What if we were talking

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