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2014 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

We’re back with a Week 1 edition of fantasy baseball waiver wire 3×3, in which we’re emptying our wallets for Sergio Santos, waiting patiently for Archie Bradley, and coldly snubbing Josh Johnson. There are plenty of waiver wire columns out there that provide an exhaustive list of the most added players in fantasy

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Fantasy BaseballFront OfficeTotal Run Index

In the last edition of the starting pitching countdown, I introduced a term that really isn’t all that new. I simply applied an official sounding term called “substitution value.” The whole idea behind substitution value is to look at a player’s value as not an absolute value (above replacement, average,

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2013 Fantasy Baseball

It’s Week 12 of fantasy baseball 3×3, where we’re dropping a friendly reminder about Corey Kluber, staying patient with Josh Johnson, and putting Mark Teixeira out of his misery. 3 TO CUT Mark Teixeira | New York Yankees | 1B Wrist injuries to power hitters are nothing to be trifled with,

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

Here is TheFantasyFix.com’s week ten update on all notable injured players. Here you will find an update on a player’s progress as well as my spin on their expected return dates and fantasy impact upon return. The players are listed by expected return date. The big addition this week is Bryce Harper.  Harper came

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

I still remember the first time I went to Las Vegas like it was yesterday. I had pretty good success at playing video poker and I did decently at the blackjack tables. My undoing ended up being a new game called “Let it Ride.” My young and foolish heart saw the

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

The calendar has turned to May, but the same story lines keep coming through. The New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox are on top of the division again like normal. Meanwhile, the so-called power division in the American League (AL West) is sputtering along. The big picture doesn’t necessarily

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Fantasy BaseballJosh Kay

When fantasy owners hear the name Josh Johnson, many of them correctly understand the inherent risk/reward potential that he brings. The question heading into the 2013 MLB season is whether fantasy owners have assessed Johnson’s risk factors accurately enough. Personally, I don’t believe we have. In 2008, Josh Johnson pitched

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