The injured boys from the Bronx are about to get some well needed assistance from some familiar faces. Yankees manager Aaron Boone said Giancarlo Stanton might be back with the team as early as Tuesday. Baseball fans and fantasy lovers rejoice.
View image | gettyimages.com One of the things baseball fans (and especially fantasy baseball players) love to do during the first week of the season is freak out over various performances. Whether it’s someone struggling or hitting for more power than ever before, the first week is ripe with overreactions
Sometimes non-closing relievers need a little love, too, and a pair get it in this week’s Free Agent Fixes. They’re joined by a young catcher that seems to be turning the corner, a veteran first baseman with an amended injury timetable, a rookie second baseman, and a pitcher that was
The New York Yankees have locked up Brett Gardner to a four year extension after the 2014 season. The extension buys out his last two arbitration years and first two years of free agency. The extension in total is worth $52 million over those four years. There has been shock
Sports fans instinctively seem to love to embrace the full story arc of an athlete’s career. For a superstar, immortal player, there is nothing more dramatic than watching the rise, fall, and comeback redemption story play out. But sometimes there is no coming back. Sometimes the perfect storm of self-inflicted
With so much attention focused on the “masses” in fantasy baseball who play in shallow 10 and 12 team mixed leagues, owners in deep leagues (18 and 20 team mixed) and the “Only” leagues are usually scrounging for information. This week we are focusing our efforts on AL-Only league owners
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