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2017 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

The head to head season is nearly over for most fantasy players, but the total points revolution has hit the sport. This is primarily because of the development of daily fantasy sports. Some would consider it gambling, but if you manage it responsibly it can add that little juice you

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2017 Fantasy BaseballFantasy BaseballUncategorized

The non-waiver deadline starts the home stretch for fantasy baseball players. Even though there are seven weeks in the regular season left, there are only three weeks left for head to head fantasy players. So, while we usually wait for the offseason to assess players, we are getting a head

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2017 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

Ranking players at this point in the season might seem like a fun exercise and it is, but there are real advantages to looking at the data. First, there is always the remote chance that one of these players might be available in your league. A reader last week noticed

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2016 Fantasy Baseball

It’s still very early in the fantasy season, but we all get itchy trigger fingers sometimes. That key player you were counting on has gotten off to a slow start. At first base, we can see a number of players that aren’t living up to the advanced billing. Of course,

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2015 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

Previously, we took a look at the first base market. Today, we’ll take a look at the corner infield slots that could see movement by this Friday. Of course, one of the key things to remember is that Friday will not mean the end of the trading period. After Friday,

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2015 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

View image | gettyimages.com Earlier this week, we discussed lesser-owned players with multi-position eligibility, but I went back and looked, and there really were so many other guys who deserved to be included on that list. I felt bad, so today I’m going to cover some more fantasy-worthy players who

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Josh Hamilton Fantasy Baseball
2015 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

If you read only one thing….. American sports fans are a unique bunch. We love dominant teams and most fans could be called bandwagon fans, but there is the other side. The Cubs have been called the loveable losers and the Dodgers were the Boys of Summer in the 1950s

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2014 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

First base is the easiest position on the diamond to punt on draft day. If you have no doubt about that then all you need to do is look at this second tier list of first sackers. They are a part of the second list because they fell outside the

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2014 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

One the great debates that has occurred over the last several years is the importance of the strikeout. Traditionalists and analytical thinkers have gone back and forth on whether the strikeout is bad for hitters or simply another out. A quick perusal through the game’s history shows ebs and flows

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2014 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

Thirty-year old starting pitchers aren’t supposed to be throwing the hardest they’ve ever thrown in their career, but one is this year and he’s a player that I suggest more gamers roster. He’s joined by a Cubs reliever that appears to be settling into the closer gig. Changing gears to

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