While Major League Baseball teams must always be prepared to deal with unexpected injuries that can have a lasting impact on the big league club, it’s always brutal to find out players seasons are deemed over before the season even begins. Along with settling position battles, determining who will make
This off-season has been quite a doozy. So much so, even the reliever market has been a bit zany. Billy Beane of the Oakland A’s decided to trade for and pay closer Jim Johnson eight figures, then mere hours later, traded for reliever Luke Gregerson, who is arguably the better
Tuesday was perhaps the most ridiculous day in the history of a baseball off-season. And I mean that in a good way. A total of 12 significant signings and trades went down, and that isn’t even taking into account the half dozen or so rumors that were spewed throughout the
Below are the guys I like or dislike in week 11 compared to the other experts on FantasyPros.com. I’m focusing on guys that are actually on that start/sit bubble. There’s no need to tell you I’m lower on Knowshon Moreno when I have him ranked #12 and the expert consensus rank
The finish line is in sight for the Week 25 edition of fantasy baseball 3×3, where we’re giving up on R.A. Dickey and Lance Lynn, finding Will Middlebrooks’ silver lining, and grabbing Colby Rasmus by his luxurious tangled mane.
Welcome back to the Week 22 edition of fantasy baseball 3×3, where we’re running with Rajai Davis, sticking with Gerrit Cole, and leaving David Freese out in the cold.
It’s the Week 21 edition of fantasy baseball 3×3, where we’re passing along a friendly reminder to pick up Brian Dozier, cutting bait on Chase Headley, and investing in a new and improved Tim Lincecum.
With play resuming Friday, fantasy owners have one question… Which players will help my team reach the playoffs and hopefully, a championship? Out of nowhere, Josh Reddick hit 32 home runs and drove in 85 runs in 2012 helping many owners to just that. Those numbers didn’t go unnoticed in
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.
A majority of the fantasy coverage on the main sites (ESPN, Baseball Prospectus, FanGraphs) centers around players that are relevant in mixed leagues. When an injury occurs, a players replacement is deemed mixed league worthy, or not. However, guys who get around 350 plate appearances each year, platoon players, are