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In the Week 11 edition of fantasy baseball 3×3, we’re discovering Eugenio Suarez, seeing Adam Eaton for what he is, and allowing John Axford to find himself. There are plenty of waiver wire columns out there that provide an exhaustive list of the most added players in fantasy leagues. This
In the Week 10 edition of fantasy baseball 3×3, we’re staying the course with Zach Britton, letting reality set in for Nelson Cruz, and blindly following Domonic Brown. There are plenty of waiver wire columns out there that provide an exhaustive list of the most added players in fantasy leagues.
We all love new things. It’s ingrained in who we are and it starts early in life. I could get my son the biggest and coolest toy there is, and later that same day he’s got his eye on what’s next. A fantasy team owner is the same way. We’re
We’re obsessed with up the middle the talent. Having bonafide top tier fantasy up the middle is the dream. It’s the holy grail. Mike Trout is fantastic, but if you could guarantee owners that Troy Tulowitzki would play 140+ games, he might be drafted ahead of Trout or Miguel Cabrera
Slow starts are a part of the game. We usually spend all of April worried about a few guys. Is the poor start a sign of things to come? Is it bad luck? Maybe it’s a combination? So far this April, people have worried about: Edwin Encarnacion, Jason Heyward, Miguel
John Lackey apparently spent 2012 locating a time machine and upon its discovery promptly turned the dial back to 2007-ish. No one expected Lackey to have any success in 2013, and honestly, why should they have? I kept expecting the wheels to fall off, but they didn’t. They kept turning,
Profile Allen Webster can bring the heat. In his short major league stint with the Red Sox last season, he averaged 94.4 miles per hour on his fastball, a velocity that would have ranked seventh among starting pitchers, if he’d had enough innings to qualify. His control is bad, verging on
Over the next 45 days the staff here at The Fix will profile and predict the fantasy fates of prospects that could – should, in some cases – be closely monitored on the waiver wire or even in the draft room. For the projection portion of the article, we will
Profile One of the more highly anticipated Major League prospects set for his first full season is Xander Bogaerts, Boston’s top prospect. The 21-year-old shortstop played well in his first taste of the big leagues last September, going .250/.320/.364 in 50 regular season plate appearances and .296/.412/.481 in 34 postseason
It’s the last edition of 3×3 for the 2013 fantasy baseball season; where we’re catching Billy Hamilton, cutting Jake Peavy, and keeping Matt Adams.