The trade deadline is six days away. For regular baseball fans this is the most exciting day on the baseball calendar. For fantasy baseball fans it is not quite as significant, but there are always players that will see their fortunes change one way or another around that time. Contenders
The Winter Meetings is a fun time of year. It’s awesome to watch general managers work. You lose a guy and then go right out and get another guy. The Boston Red Sox and Seattle Mariners consummated a trade, but the roots of that trade came earlier in the weekend.
View image | gettyimages.com Recent Results Is this the time where Clayton Kershaw owners can officially let out a big sigh of relief? Kershaw has not been good so far in 2015, but he dominated the Braves in an 8-0 win this week, going seven innings, striking out 10 batters, and
We come to the end of the American League portion of our study on starting pitchers. The AL West is easily the the best division in terms of quality and quantity of starting pitchers. In fact, if we throw in Collin McHugh we will have 18 qualifying pitchers. He stands at
This week’s Free Agent Fixes are pitcher heavy with a trio highlighted. A player that is second base and third base eligible is showing some signs of being AL-only and large mixed league relevant even if the surface stats don’t suggest it. In the outfield there is a Rockies player
In the Week 11 edition of fantasy baseball 3×3, we’re discovering Eugenio Suarez, seeing Adam Eaton for what he is, and allowing John Axford to find himself. There are plenty of waiver wire columns out there that provide an exhaustive list of the most added players in fantasy leagues. This