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2014 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

Every position goes through ebs and flows just like pitchers and hitters do in general. Second base is going through a down period at the moment. Most of the big time stars from the previous decade are either out of the game or are no longer elite players. Robinson Cano

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2014 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

With Yoenis Cespedes claiming his second straight Home Run Derby crown and the Derek Jeter Memorial Game All-Star Game over with, the festivities of the All-Star break are officially in the rear view mirror. The second half of the 2014 Major League Baseball season is about to commence, but that

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2014 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

We’ve taken a break along with most of the league on our game wide rundown of real offensive value. Many of you might be new to the discussion, so first let’s talk a little bit about real offensive value (ROV). Real offensive value combines batting average and secondary average to

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

One of my favorite parts of the tables I throw up is that they often tell a story you aren’t meaning to tell. In this case, we are looking strictly at fielding numbers, but in the case of both the Braves and the Nationals they tell a story of why

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2013 Fantasy BaseballAndrew MillerFantasy Baseball

Gerrit Cole, Pittsburgh’s top prospect and MLB.com’s preseason eighth-ranked minor leaguer, won his first Major League start Tuesday night by shutting out the Giants over 6.1 innings before allowing two earned runs in the seventh. Despite topping out at over 100 mph Cole only recorded two strikeouts. However, he didn’t

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

Yesterday was one of those embarassing days for any writer. If anyone is supposed to be prepared it is us. Most of us write our material in advance because it has to run early on the east coast. Well, that little trick burned me yesterday when I started Justin Maxwell

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Andrew MillerFantasy Baseball

Shelby Miller continued his hot start Monday night by shutting down the Washington Nationals with eight strikeouts and only two runs over 6.2 innings. Miller gave up only four hits and walked two, and even though his ERA went up to 2.16 we can take away nothing but positives from

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