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With the 2014 Major League Baseball season now officially a quarter of the way complete, it’s time to unveil the Quarter Awards. What better way to reward the fantasy baseball’s best (and worst) players than handing out some prestigious awards? While certain awards were very easy to choose a winner
Welcome to the eighth week of the Fix DL Report. Each week I (@Rich_Migs) will cover significant fantasy baseball injuries. As the season continues, the report will address some of the most recent injuries and their fantasy implications. OUT FOR THE SEASON: Patrick Corbin, Brandon Beachy, Kris Medlen, Jarrod Parker,
Sometimes changes happen within the season that end up effecting a player’s fantasy value. Usually, it involves an injury or a trade and that ends up opening a spot for someone else. Other times, it is a player that is expected to make an impact that does not. We see
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
Welcome to the fourth edition of the weekly roundup article that will talk about some recent news related to fantasy relevant players in Major League Baseball. As each week passes, fantasy owners must evaluate their team as a whole to identify if there any weak spots that must be addressed
If the first week of Major League Baseball season didn’t bring enough jarring news, week two is on the verge of being even more jam-packed than the first. While there will be discussion involving players on the upswing at the moment, a large portion of the news deals with players
During the season I’ll be writing two new columns. This one is the first installment of one of them. They will run on consecutive weeks, and then I’ll repeat the columns, update the numbers, and perhaps add some new names if I’m feeling frisky. Or if one you astute readers