Posts Tagged ‘Kung-Fu Panda’

Most Untradeable Fantasy MLB Keepers: No. 14-30

April 4, 2010 Leave a comment

The funny thing about fantasy keeper leagues, is that there’s no single winning formula in which to build your perennial contender. If you had to peg a strategy though, continually upgrading your keeper core from year-to-year, making them as strong as possible, would probably be the way to go.

The question of how to go about doing so, is a riddle that too few ever figure out. Identifying your Holy Grails can often be hard enough as it is. It’s easy to look at the previous year’s numbers to figure out the most helpful players, but much harder to take recent history, player make-up, team/ballpark support, position, age and skill sets, to prognosticate a player’s potential upside.

Lucky for you, I’m here to do it all for you. Read more…

Go to Your Happy Place: 2010 NL West

March 15, 2010 Leave a comment

If you haven’t had the fortune of re-watching Happy Gilmore recently, you really should make it a priority to do so. In fact, if you are a Netflix subscriber, they’ve made it incredibly convenient for you by putting the movie on their Instant Queue. If you have never watched it before? Put this column down and go read this guy instead.

Or, go watch Happy Gilmore. That would also work.

Filling up a column with Gilmore quotes would be the easiest one I could ever write. It would write itself. Happy Gilmore isn’t the greatest sports flick of all time, but it certainly is the most quotable and thus, the most re-watchable. More so than even Bull Durham, The Sandlot andĀ The Big Lebowski. Though the Dude’s the only one who gives Happy a legitimate run for his bull-dancing, flow-feeling money.

“Talk about a hole-in-ONE!”

And thus we’ve discovered our running theme for my 2010 NL West preview. Read more…


August 12, 2009 1 comment

Pablo Sandoval

It is well chronicled that I am a blue-blooded Dodgers fan. I grew up listening to the silky smooth voice of Vin Scully and to this day can still remember where I was as a young six-year-old during Kirk Gibson’s home run.

As a Dodgers fan there areĀ  few rules you must abide by Read more…