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
Now that the all-star game is behind us, the sport changes its focus immediately on the non-waiver trade deadline on July 31st. I could choose to focus on individual players or positions, but I’m choosing to look at likely sellers. For the fantasy baseball player, trades can make a significant
The starting pitcher market has been going through some adjustments over the past several seasons. Offense is becoming less and less prominent which means more and more starting pitchers are putting up solid numbers. The NL Central is the fifth division we have profiled in the past week and we
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The Milwaukee Brewers announced on Sunday that they have agreed to a contract with Matt Garza. The base deal is for four years and 52 million dollars, but early reports are that there is an option year that will kick in if he meets certain performance incentives. The signing marks
There are probably close to 100 starting pitchers that will be used by fantasy players this year and some will emerge as fantasy stars (at least for the 2014 season), but we will be stopping our focus on the top 40 guys. One thing to keep in mind about the
Kyle Lohse has packed his bags and now he can buy his plane ticket because he finally has a destination for 2013, Milwaukee. The Brewers have reached an agreement (pending a physical) with Lohse for 3 years and $33 million. The 34 year old right-hander should slot in behind Gallardo
For this purpose of this exercise, the average draft position trends reflect movement over the past two weeks, and are taken from our friends at MockDraftCentral.com. Our ADP data is courtesy of FantasyPros.com. Jason Hammel | SP | BAL | ADP: 253 | +13% Hammel left Colorado in 2012 with