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2017 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

Sometimes the best laid plans go awry through no fault of our own. Sometimes, there are poorly laid plans that go awry and we end up benefitting in the process. The Rockies offseason plan was less than optimal for many reasons. This was particularly true on the fielding end of

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2017 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

Many of you have already completed your draft or auction, but research shouldn’t end when your draft or auction are finished. Many of you play daily fantasy sports (if your state allows you) and if you do then these results are paramount. They are excellent predictors as to the price

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2017 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

Third base is the deepest position going in fantasy baseball. That is reflected in the median statistics we will see in a moment, but there is also more star power than at any other position. That will definitely affect how you approach draft day. Keep in mind, when looking at

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2017 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

OFFSEASON OVERVIEW When given the option, I have a tendency to write about the Colorado Rockies. The franchise has only been to one World Series in their 23 years of existence and has never even won its own division; however, with the thin Colorado air contorting the numbers of every

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Fantasy Baseball

Third base might be the deepest position in fantasy baseball. This is particularly true when you add in the players knocking on the door. Even without those guys, you can easily go twelve players deep and man the position with a star or near star level performer. That always makes

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2016 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

The National League Most Valuable Player race is more intriguing than the American League race in many ways. For one, the overall quality of the players in the league is not as good as the American League, so the players are more bunched together. Furthermore, the candidates are more traditional

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2016 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

As we continue through the positional analysis, we come closer and closer to looking at the fantasy season as a post-mortem. However, there is still time to swing some deals and there are some players that have come out of nowhere to become legitimate fantasy regulars. The flip side is

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2016 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

There is nothing more fun than watching a big time prospect finally get it at the big league level. It is the one thing that no one can really predict. Sometimes it takes days. Sometimes it takes weeks. Sometimes it takes years. For Nick Castellanos it obviously took years, but

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2016 Fantasy BaseballFantasy Baseball

With the first month of the MLB regular season officially in the books, quite a few teams looked to carry their respective hot streaks into the month of May. Four of the five National League East teams entered the day on winning streaks with the Mets having won eight straight,

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Fantasy Baseball

As the season enters its 11th day of the season, it’s a little early to be making any conclusions based on what we’ve been seeing, but we are beginning to notice some trends. For one, offense may be taking more of a foothold than it has in seasons past. The

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