A look at the second group of second basemen reveals why there might be a lot of movement at the position around the trade deadline. Second base might be the weakest position on the diamond for fantasy baseball teams, Some teams want to move beyond an absolute hole and into
The Astros are set for takeoff. Alright, maybe not, but two members of their club are highlighted in today’s article due to being under owned. Interestingly enough, each of the other four players featured as Free Agent Fixes this week were considered top prospects at one time. That’s not to
I hope you are enjoying the 45 prospects in 45 days series. Prospects are one thing that separates baseball from all of the other major sports. Even if we include hockey, professional baseball has the most intricate farm system in all of the major sports. Prospects represent hope and if
It’s better late than never for the Week 16 edition of fantasy baseball 3×3, where we’re resisting the urge to move Ricky Nolasco (but sending his teammate Hyun-Jin Ryu to the trading block) and finally letting Justin Ruggiano find himself.
All in all, second base might be the deepest position in the big leagues. This is partially because the position has enjoyed the addition of several young players in recent seasons that have gone onto enjoy great success. Others may not have enjoyed great success, but they are so promising
There is no dirtier word in sports than potential. Paul Bear Bryant once said that “potential means they ain’t done nothing yet.” That may well be true, but a fantasy baseball player ignores potential at their own peril. Admittedly, a part of potential means looking back beyond the last season,