The trade deadline brought more activity than normal because of the elimination of the waiver deadline on August 31st. Evaluating winners and losers takes time, but that won’t stop us from giving our immediate opinions on the night of the deadline. Of course, there are buyers and sellers and in
If you read only one thing….. Remember when everyone was worried about the Washington Nationals and how they’ve gotten off to a slow start? After their win tonight they have returned to the .500 mark (15-15) and it’s not exactly like the NL East is bastion of tremendous playoff contenders.
A funny thing happened on the way to looking at the AL Central pitching market. When you have hard and fast rules at who belongs in what tier, you sometimes find some tiers underrepresented. As it turned out, only one pitcher qualified as a tier one starter in the AL
In the Week 5 edition of fantasy baseball 3×3, we’re selling Justin Upton, holding Danny Salazar, and seriously considering the merits of Kyle Farnsworth. There are plenty of waiver wire columns out there that provide an exhaustive list of the most added players in fantasy leagues. This isn’t one of
If you want to get a good argument started amongst scouts and baseball insiders, float out the competing ideas of a number one starter and an ace. That should keep you going for a couple of hours at least. If you want to kindle that conversation then throw out a