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2016 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

The G.O.A.T. is a pretty polarizing term in the world of sports. On the one hand, it’s an acronym for  “the greatest of all-time”; which is a bit overplayed with hot-take culture and social media these days, but an accolade all the same. On the other hand, it’s also an

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2016 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

The New York Mets were active at the trade deadline once again this year, as they struck a trade for Cincinnati Reds outfielder Jay Bruce. Bruce, who leads the league in RBIs, should provide the Mets with the big bat that they’ve been craving all season. While the team ultimately

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2015 Fantasy BaseballAndrew Miller

View image | gettyimages.com No pitcher since 1914 had allowed 10+ hits with 10+ strikeouts in <5 IP. #Padres‘ Cashner did it Monday, #Mets‘ Syndergaard did it Tuesday. — STATS (@STATS_MLB) June 3, 2015 With the historical pitching performances – for better and worse – taking place in San Diego

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2015 Fantasy Baseball Draft Guide

View image | gettyimages.com Fantasy drafts are like snowflakes, no two are the same. Adorable, right? If you do a lot of mock drafts, then you know this to be true. If you aren’t doing a lot of mock drafts, well, why not? This Names or Numbers series is designed

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2014 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

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

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2014 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

In the Week 3 edition of fantasy baseball 3×3, we’re picking up Nate Eovaldi, giving up on Brett Lawrie, and keeping up hope for Carlos Martinez. 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

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2014 Fantasy BaseballChris GarosiProspects

Profile Addison Russell was the Oakland A’s first round pick in 2011 (11th overall) out of Pace High School in Florida. He was the highest-drafted high-school player by Oakland since they chose Eric Chavez with the tenth pick overall in the 1998 draft. The 6’ 195 lb right handed hitter

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2014 Fantasy BaseballChris GarosiFantasy BaseballProspects

Over the next 45 days the staff here at the Fix will profile and predict the fantasy fates of prospects that could – should, in some cases – be closely monitored on the waiver wire or even in the draft room. For the projection portion of the article, we will

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2014 Fantasy BaseballFantasy BaseballProspects

Profile Over the last few seasons, New York Mets general manager Sandy Alderson and company have been busy acquiring assets and building a farm system. Noah Syndergaard is a shining example, as he was one of the key prospects obtained in the RA Dickey trade before the 2013 season. The

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Fantasy Baseball

The other day I began looking at a few guys who put together complete Jekyll and Hyde performances during the 2013 season. Dillon Gee was one of the names on the list. After pitching pretty poorly for most of the season, Gee was absolutely lights out down the stretch. The

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