1. Fantasy Baseball: Friday News and Notes

    The blame game is a funny one, is it not? I do not quite know who to throw under the bus for the disasters (had another word, but this is a family-friendly show) that were witnessed yesterday in New York and Boston...

    Collin Hager Written by Collin Hager about over 5 years ago 66 reads 1 comments

  2. AL Fantasy: Look for Value in Junior Circuit's Depth

    After spending time last week looking at the National League, it is important to turn to the Junior Circuit. The statistical power is more evident here, as referenced last week...

    Collin Hager Written by Collin Hager about over 5 years ago 91 reads 0 comments

  3. Fantasy Baseball: Thursday News and Notes

    I have to take the opportunity here to complain. Today is Jun. 18. New England has yet to break 85 degrees for the month. There has been actually too much rain in this area. Plants are actually dying from over watering...

    Collin Hager Written by Collin Hager about over 5 years ago 47 reads 2 comments

  4. Fantasy Baseball: Wednesday News and Notes

    The latest steroids revelation regarding Sammy Sosa got me thinking. Fantasy owners have lost titles because of these guys...

    Collin Hager Written by Collin Hager about over 5 years ago 244 reads 5 comments

  5. Fantasy Baseball: Tuesday News and Notes

    The way the schedule is constructed in baseball is baffling. How it ended up that there were only two games on the schedule last night does not make a lot of sense...

    Collin Hager Written by Collin Hager about over 5 years ago 174 reads 2 comments

  6. Fantasy Baseball: Monday News and Notes

    The feud between Francisco Rodriguez and Brian Bruney is borderline ridiculous. In case you missed it over the weekend, Bruney called out Rodriguez for his antics on the mound following a save...

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  7. Fantasy Baseball: Friday News and Notes

    Another week comes to a close, but this time it brings interleague play with it. A solid gift, indeed. Unfortunately, any games being played in the Northeast could be under some weather pressure...

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  8. Fantasy Baseball Thursday News and Notes

    If anyone ever says to you that baseball contracts are nuts, use the soccer argument. After hearing about one player being "sold" for nearly $100 million yesterday, another is sent packing today for $131 million...

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  9. Fantasy Baseball: Evaluating Daisuke Matsuzaka

    Of all the players in 2009 that have fallen off the map, none has been under greater scrutiny than Daisuke Matsuzaka of the Boston Red Sox...

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  10. Fantasy Baseball: Wednesday News and Notes

    Let the hype begin for Steven Strasburg. The Nationals began the 2009 MLB Draft yesterday by selecting the "once in a generation" prospect from San Diego State...

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  11. Fantasy Baseball: Tuesday News and Notes

    Fans love offense, and that is exactly what the Yankees are providing in that new ballpark. With the five home runs hit yesterday, the new stadium has far eclipsed the pace that home ...

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  12. Fantasy Baseball: Monday News and Notes

    If sitting through last night's NBA Finals game does not give you more respect for baseball, nothing will. Officiating changed that game on several fronts. Now, admittedly yours truly does not enjoy the Lakers because of his Celtics allegiances...

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  13. Fantasy Baseball: Friday News and Notes

    Baseball milestone moments are seemingly coming fewer and further between. The ones that are seen often times have fans wondering whether or not it was chemically enhanced...

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  14. Fantasy Baseball: Thursday News and Notes

    As fans, we always talk about rooting for the laundry. Meaning, regardless of who is dressed in the uniform, we support the team and not the collection of individuals. That can be hard...

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  15. Fantasy Baseball: The Art of the Deal

    Many questions that are sent to various fantasy writers and sites center on trades and making fair deals. On Yahoo! Answers today, there are no fewer than a dozen trade questions...

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  16. Roaming the Outfield: Backpedaling through May

    With the second month of the season in the books, the last 31 days have shed some light on crowded situations and potential short-term solutions for owners needing offense out of a stagnant roster...

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  17. Fantasy Baseball: Wednesday News and Notes

    People talk about those "four letter words" that you can't say in front of little kids or at the office, or to your parents and grandparents. This year, fantasy owners can attest to a whole lot of other words that make them cringe, cry, or pass out...

    Collin Hager Written by Collin Hager about over 5 years ago 167 reads 0 comments

  18. Fantasy Baseball: Monday News and Notes

    I'm sure we all have that feeling on Monday when the alarm goes off. There is nothing that I actually wanted to get up for today, but here we are. In the Northeast, we finally got some good weather after what felt like a week straight of cold and rain...

    Collin Hager Written by Collin Hager about over 5 years ago 171 reads 0 comments

  19. Fantasy Baseball: Friday News and Notes

    Wait. I think someone else got thrown out of the Red Sox-Twins game. While there was some decent viewership last night for the Cleveland-Orlando game, the result was almost predictable...

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  20. Fantasy Baseball: Thursday News and Notes

    Watching the Red Sox game last night was like watching Major League. The original one, that is. With Daisuke Matsuzaka throwing four wild pitches and Manny Delcarmen adding a couple of his ...

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  21. Fantasy Baseball: Wednesday News and Notes

    Kevin Orris has done a couple pieces on the uses of Twitter over at FantasyPros911.com. His comments are very true, and deserve to be echoed. From a fantasy baseball perspective, it is becoming an undeniably strong resource...

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  22. Fantasy Baseball: Tuesday News and Notes

    Quite the long weekend! I took to the links yesterday with some friends and family for an annual golf tournament that has been put together. What I love about golf is when you come home, people always ask how you did, or something to that effect...

    Collin Hager Written by Collin Hager about over 5 years ago 132 reads 0 comments

  23. Fantasy Baseball: Friday News and Notes

    It's amazing how something that doesn't end up happening can send the fantasy world into a frenzy. The near trade of Jake Peavy to the White Sox had AL-only owners scrambling to find ...

    Collin Hager Written by Collin Hager about over 5 years ago 225 reads 5 comments

  24. Fantasy Baseball: Thursday News and Notes

    Talk about a night for some interesting stat lines. When you only catch the ESPN ticker for a lot of the games, you can find questions in almost everything you see. Brett Cecil got lit up in one inning like a pinball machine...

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  25. Fantasy Baseball: Wednesday News and Notes

    There are times that when I put up these articles, I can't help but laugh. Often it's because of the result of some of my selections. Some of you will attest to my man-crush on Dana Eveland last year, and how well that worked out for many of us...

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