2017 fantasy baseball
OFFSEASON OVERVIEW St. Louis had a quiet offseason with only one major move – picking up Dexter Fowler from the rival Chicago Cubs for five years and $82.5 million. Fowler’s set to leadoff for the Cardinals and should continue to put up quality numbers that fantasy owners have become accustomed
Offseason Overview The main target for the Marlins was the unenviable and frankly impossible task of replacing Jose Fernandez. They bolstered their rotation by trading for Dan Straily (SP) and signing free agent Edinson Volquez (SP). Andrew Cashner (SP) and Fernando Rodney (RP) left to free agency and the Marlins
Offseason Overview For the past few seasons, there have been many of us who have crowned the Washington Nationals as the World Series champions before the season even began. Most recently, it happened after they signed Max Scherzer, which added a solidified ace to a rotation that was already loaded
Offseason Overview The Diamondbacks offseason has been considerably quieter than last year’s big splash. But they’ve continued to seek pitching improvements in acquiring Taijuan Walker (SP) along with Ketel Marte (SS) from the Mariners, sending Jean Segura (SS), prospect Mitch Haniger (OF) and young pitcher Zac Curtis the other way.
Offseason Overview The Brewers used this offseason to tweak some things. Replacing the departing Chris Carter with Eric Thames could be a risk and swapping Tyler Thornburg for Travis Shaw (among others) with the Red Sox should provide the Brewers with an insurance policy at first base if Thames doesn’t