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2015 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

As the weather heats up around the country, so is the fantasy baseball competition, and there are many players currently residing on waiver wires that need to be added in all deeper leagues. Since this is a deep league column, all suggested players are under 10 percent owned in ESPN

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2015 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

View image | gettyimages.com As we continue on with the real offensive value series, we reach another position where the numbers are more offensive. Shortstops make second baseman look like they are Charlie Gehringer and Rogers Hornsby. Of course, as usual we are getting ahead of ourselves. So, first, let

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2015 Fantasy Baseball2015 Fantasy Baseball Draft GuideFantasy Baseball

View image | gettyimages.com Since we are half way through the process of looking at three-year player averages position-by-position, there are some things that bear repeating. The per 150 game production numbers below have one primary advantage and two primary disadvantages. The advantage is that it shows the numbers that

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2015 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

  Depth is a huge issue at some positions and shortstop might be chief among those. Injuries have greatly zapped the value of guys on the top of the board as all of them have missed significant time in the last two seasons for one ailment or another. Finding a

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

Shortstop was more affected by Biogenesis than any other position. Both Jhonny Peralta and Everth Cabrera are in the top six among shortstops in runs created and yet they are virtually done for the season. Peralta may come back for the playoffs, but that doesn’t help the owners now. Take

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

Last time we talked about the difference between results and process. Obviously, most teams and most fantasy players focus on results. Process doesn’t earn you any points by itself. However, paying attention to process can tip you off to some sleepers and some players ready to fall. Unfortunately, teams don’t

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2013 Fantasy BaseballAndrew Miller

We’ve been given a great crop of rookie pitchers in 2013. The hitters? Not so much. Evan Gattis, with eight home runs, is the only rookie to hit more than four home runs as of Tuesday evening. Light-hitting Pete Kozma is second in RBI with 17. Only A.J. Pollock has

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy BaseballFront Office

The National League shortstop universe is an interesting contrast to the American League version. Their collective total averages and batter runs are considerably better, but the median runs created total for the position was under 40 in the National Leagues. That can mean only one thing: there were a number

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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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