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Baseball’s Winter Meetings (and the time immediately before and after it) has often been compared to Christmas. That metaphor is way too easy and doesn’t quite encapsulate the feeling. I suppose we could call it the 12 days of Christmas, but that also doesn’t quite capture it. In short, it

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2015 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

In the first part of our look at the starting pitcher market, we looked at the top eight names that have been bandied about by MLBTR as possible trade targets by next Friday’s non-waiver trade deadline. There are other arms available, and they are the kind to fly under the radar

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2015 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

View image | gettyimages.com Welcome to the The Fantasy Fix nightly fantasy baseball recap, where you’ll find updates on bullpen usage, lineup construction, injuries, and transactions. Whether you play season-long or daily fantasy, expect to see the best coverage from ever team, every night, all season long. With all 30

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2014 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

As our midseason profile of starting pitching comes to a close, it is instructive to take a look at where we have been in addition to looking at the pitchers from the National League East. The big picture and little picture are equally important in fantasy baseball. The long and

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2014 Fantasy BaseballChris Garosi

Welcome back to the Daily Fix here at the Fantasy Fix. And welcome to DraftStreet. For those who aren’t yet Daily Fantasy baseball players at DraftStreet head over there via this link and join. You can pick up a 100% deposit bonus up to $200 on your first deposit.

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2014 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

As regular readers know, I have been going through my rotters and sleepers series up until this week. I could go through the same process with pitchers, but pitchers are so plentiful and so often used, that I thought of going through another method. Instead of focusing on individual pitchers,

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Andrew MillerFantasy Baseball

Despite having a laughing stock of an offense, the New York Mets could easily produce five quality starting pitchers for fantasy teams this season, even with the loss of Cy Young winner R.A. Dickey. Dillon Gee, a 26-year-old, started 17 games last year and was in the middle of a

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