Jason Catania
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Jason Catania

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An MLB Lead Writer for Bleacher Report, I've also written for ESPN and FanGraphs, where I've covered Major League Baseball, Minor League Baseball and fantasy baseball. Yes, that's a lot of baseball: It's made me a veritable vault of horsehide knowledge, and I'm always engaging with and learning from fellow seamheads. You can find my writing here and here and, well, here.

Up for some good baseball chatter or have a fantasy query that can be answered in 140 characters? Reach out to me on Twitter: @JayCat11

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  • Cara K posted 20 days ago

    Cara K

    I love all your articles. Great job and I hope too see more

  • Dave Gonzalez posted 22 days ago

    Dave Gonzalez

    Your information on Todd Frazier is incorrect. Hit one 485 ft. on May 9th. A little more impressive

  • Ramon Pizarro posted 112 days ago

    Ramon Pizarro

    http://games.espn.go.com/flb/clubhouse?leagueId=223775&teamId=3&seasonId=2014

  • Ramon Pizarro posted 112 days ago

    Ramon Pizarro

    Hey, take a look at my team. Do you have any comments or recommendations?

  • Squidward Tentacles posted 118 days ago

    Squidward Tentacles

    Sup Jason

  • Benny D posted 203 days ago

    Benny D

    Hi Jason. I liked your article, and some of the comments have left me wondering...
    How about a piece on the differences between A-Rod & Jeter? I'm talking mostly off the field here. Jeter has spent 20 years below the radar in arguably the biggest microscope of a city in the world... that is a feat in and of itself, while A-Rod is pretty much the complete opposite. I feel it could be worth mentioning... somewhere... anyhow, happy new year

  • Will Leivenberg posted 498 days ago

    Will Leivenberg

    Thanks for responding and like you, I too hope the Dodgers don't resemble the Marlins. But more so I hope they don't resemble their NBA counterpart, the Lakers. It feels like this mentality of stacking your team with stars — or in the Dodgers/Lakers case players who used to be stars or are on the tail-end of that stardom — totally disregards the importance of chemistry. I live up in San Francisco and like most Dodgers fans I do not root for the orange and black of the Giants, but there's no denying that they've invested in two key areas: pitching (defense wins championships) and chemistry. They haven't had huge shakeups with big egos entering the clubhouse, but rather they've brought in role players (Scutaro for example, or Cody Ross of 2010) who are committed to the ultimate uniting cause, a World Series. There's no room for selfishness and I just hope the Dodgers can remember that as they immerse themselves in what, on paper, looks to be one of their best in recent memory.

  • Will Leivenberg posted 499 days ago

    Will Leivenberg

    Thanks for becoming a fan, Jason! How are you enjoying writing for B/R so far? I really enjoyed your recent piece about draft targets and the hidden gems of fantasy drafts. I'm beyond excited for baseball season, even though who knows what's to come of my team, the LA Dodgers, who are now not only overflowing in money, but in expectation from the excess of money they just spent on such an array of talented players. What's your team? I'm imagining the Yankees haha Thanks again, Jason, and if you have any questions about the site or ideas for how to improve it please feel free to contact me.