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September brings the Week 23 edition of fantasy baseball 3×3, where we’re settling for Starlin Castro, giving up on Derek Jeter, and grabbing a couple of Kansas City speedsters.
We’re back on track for the Week 18 edition of fantasy baseball 3×3, where we’re keeping the faith with Jurickson Profar, handing Bronson Arroyo his walking papers, and hitching our star to the new and improved Ivan Nova.
For years, CC Sabathia has been the definition of a reliable ace. Since his debut in 2001, the left-hander hasn’t pitched below 180 innings in a season. And during the past seven seasons, he never ended with an ERA and WHIP above 3.38 and 1.23, respectively. These numbers are usually
It’s the Week 15 edition of fantasy baseball 3×3, where we’re dumping Ichiro, preaching patience with Doug Fister, and stroking Josh Reddick’s luxurious beard like a Bond villain’s cat.
Welcome back to the Week 14 edition of fantasy baseball 3×3, where we’re giving Nolan Arenado his due, awaiting Josh Willingham’s next move, and showing Todd Frazier the door.
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,
It’s the Week 11 edition of fantasy baseball 3×3, where we’re throwing in the towel on Rickie Weeks, snagging Gerrit Cole, and riding the lightning with Yasiel Puig. 3 TO CUT Vernon Wells | New York Yankees | OF I’m not sure what exactly happened or who is to blame,
This is a list of players who in the top 10 of plate appearances: Vernon Wells, Lyle Overbay, Travis Hafner, Eduardo Nunez and Jayson Nix. If any of you took deep flyers on Wells, Overbay or Hafner in your AL-Only leagues, you have been rewarded. Wells had knocked 7 homeruns
Every year at every draft, by the time the closing rounds arrive, your players list is a shredded mess as you search for those last picks to finish your nearly completed roster. A lot of owners inevitably throw their hat in the ring for that budding prospect they believe only