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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

Statistics are worthless without a frame of reference. Sure, you can compare players with other plays in a basic way, but what does it all mean. It occurred to me that I went through the first three articles without providing a frame of reference for total runs. Those that have

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2013 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

Second base has been one of the more interesting positions in fantasy baseball this season. Seven players in the current top twenty were drafted in the top 100 selections. None of them registered as the number one second baseman to this point of the season. Developments like this are interesting

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Fantasy BaseballFront Office

I have been one of the bigger bulls on Matt Carpenter for some time now. I have him in almost every league I am in, and have made trades (Bumgarner and Pedroia for Rizzo and Carpenter) to acquire him in one of the leagues I did not draft him. With

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2013 Fantasy BaseballAndrew MillerFantasy Baseball

In most fantasy baseball leagues bench spots are limited, and usually reserved mostly for pitchers since they’re more easily interchangeable due to playing once every five days instead of everyday like most position players. So sometimes a fantasy owner won’t have more than two or three hitters on his or

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Alan HarrisonFantasy BaseballProspects

The Minnesota Twins initially selected Kolten Wong in the 16th round of the 2008 MLB Amateur Draft out of Kamehameha High School in Honolulu, Hawaii after the left-handed slugger finished his senior year batting .600 and shared the state’s Baseball Player of the Year Award. Wong chose the college route

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