2013 fantasy baseball
It’s the Week 21 edition of fantasy baseball 3×3, where we’re passing along a friendly reminder to pick up Brian Dozier, cutting bait on Chase Headley, and investing in a new and improved Tim Lincecum.
It’s a pitcher-heavy edition of fantasy baseball 3×3 for Week 20. We’re believing in Chad Gaudin, doubting Francisco Liriano, and enjoying Ian Kennedy’s new digs.
It’s the Week 19 edition of fantasy baseball 3×3, where we’re stashing Xander Bogaerts, exchanging Jose Veras for Danny Farquhar, and giving Ernesto Frieri some rope.
As Ken Rosenthal first reported, the Tigers have acquired Houston’s Jose Veras. In return the Astros are reported to get minor leaguer Danry Vasquez a 19-year old outfielder who is currently at Low-A West Michigan and a player to be named later. Detroit Tigers’ bullpen Jose Veras moves into a
We’re back on track for the Week 18 edition of fantasy baseball 3×3, where we’re keeping the faith with Jurickson Profar, handing Bronson Arroyo his walking papers, and hitching our star to the new and improved Ivan Nova.
We’re right on time for the Week 17 edition of fantasy baseball 3×3, where we’re believing in John Lackey, buying stock in Chris Archer, and running far, far away from Nate McLouth (don’t worry, he probably can’t catch us).
Jason Castro first flew onto my radar after I read a piece predicting his breakout at Beyond the Boxscore. I bookmarked it just to check back on it at the end of the season to see how they did. Plenty of people do bold predictions lists, but this one seemed
It’s better late than never for the Week 16 edition of fantasy baseball 3×3, where we’re resisting the urge to move Ricky Nolasco (but sending his teammate Hyun-Jin Ryu to the trading block) and finally letting Justin Ruggiano find himself.
With play resuming Friday, fantasy owners have one question… Which players will help my team reach the playoffs and hopefully, a championship? Out of nowhere, Josh Reddick hit 32 home runs and drove in 85 runs in 2012 helping many owners to just that. Those numbers didn’t go unnoticed in
Patrick Corbin has been one of the more fascinating players of the 2013 season to me. He did not get much publicity coming into the 2013 campaign and was even battling Randall Delgado in Spring Training for the last spot in the DBacks rotation. Corbin’s been a bonafide ace in