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2010 NL Central Preview

April 16, 2010 Leave a comment

Continuing our MLB not-so-preseason-anymore journey from coast to coast, this divisional preview finds us digging deep into America’s heartland. The St. Louis Cardinals lay claim to the NL Central’s throne in 2009; will someone sneak in and steal their crown?

We’re about to find out. Along the way I will give you a few fantasy nuggets as well, so grab your notepad and pay attention. Read more…

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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…

Five Trade Rumors I’d Like to Hear

July 19, 2009 1 comment

Roy Halladay

Can you smell it?

It’s trade season! Or so MLB wants us to believe. Prior to the season we were led to believe one or all of these names could be dealt: Matt Holliday, Eric Bedard, Jake Peavy, Roy Oswalt, Nick Johnson and Huston Street. Read more…

2009 MLB Preview: AL West

February 21, 2009 Leave a comment

al-west 

This is Part II of our 2009 MLB preview. I broke down the NL West in Part I, and now move onto the AL West. How can this be hard? The Mariners, Rangers and A’s all stink, and the Angels will cruise to yet another division title right?

Not this year.

Keep reading, you may discover a few shocking revelations. Read more…