Don’t blame me, blame the playoffs. Point the finger at the nationally broadcasted games, the media, and the casual fan. They are the ones who will put a wrinkle in your 2014 fantasy baseball draft plans. I am only the messenger, telling you how the 2013 postseason messed with your
Gerrit Cole has been on prospect radars for years. He’s been there for good reason; near triple digit heat, huge frame, and good off-speed stuff. He finally arrived in Pittsburgh this year and the results have been extremely positive. As of today, Mr. Cole has a 3.23 ERA. His peripherals
Welcome back to the Week 22 edition of fantasy baseball 3×3, where we’re running with Rajai Davis, sticking with Gerrit Cole, and leaving David Freese out in the cold.
Sundays in Miami are usually reserved for, I’d assume, going to the beach as well as detailing the exploits of a certain serial killer. However, last Sunday those events were put on hold, at least temporarily, for a pitchers’ duel between two of the best young arms in the game.
Yasiel Puig see ball hit ball far. The Dodgers’ 22-year-old stud hit his seventh homer Monday night in just his 20th MLB game. He’s doing just about everything right. Minus a gaffe in Monday’s game in right field, he’s making highlight plays defensively and offensively. MLB Network’s Heidi Watney tweeted
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
It’s the Week 11 edition of fantasy baseball 3×3, where we’re throwing in the towel on Rickie Weeks, snagging Gerrit Cole, and riding the lightning with Yasiel Puig. 3 TO CUT Vernon Wells | New York Yankees | OF I’m not sure what exactly happened or who is to blame,
If you want to see what makes baseball scouts drool, look no further than Gerrit Cole, the No. 1-ranked prospect in the Pittsburgh Pirates’ organization. Cole, 22, was the No. 1 pick in the 2011 Amateur Draft out of UCLA. He’s listed at 6’4″ and 220 pounds. Cole only pitched