1. New York Jets: Can Their Offense Keep It Up Versus the Pittsburgh Steelers?

    After such a dismal preseason, New York Jets fans were elated to see such an offensive outburst at home versus the Buffalo Bills ...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about almost 2 years ago 1,979 reads 12 comments

  2. Fantasy Baseball: 6 Ways to Prepare for Next Year's Season

    So the fantasy baseball season is coming to a close and here comes fantasy football. I am assuming most of you have had your draft or will be doing so this weekend, so good luck! ...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about almost 2 years ago 2,597 reads 0 comments

  3. Fantasy Baseball: 10 Ways to Dominate Down the Final Stretch

    Fantasy sports are weird animals. You can have the best team lose in the first round of the playoffs especially in a H2H league. I have seen it happen; you can’t discount any possibilities anymore...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about almost 2 years ago 1,835 reads 0 comments

  4. Ricky Romero's 2012 Woes Continue: 10 Possible Solutions

    Romero is win-less since June 22, having lost nine games since his last victory against the Marlins in interleague play. Though he has pitched well as of late, Romero is far from the dominant ace he was last season...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about almost 2 years ago 1,180 reads 9 comments

  5. Fantasy Baseball: 6 MLB-Ready Prospects to Prepare to Snatch Up

    Every year in fantasy sports, whether it be baseball, basketball, football, hockey, water polo or croquet, there are those timely pickups in the latter part of the season that can ...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about almost 2 years ago 4,700 reads 6 comments

  6. Toronto Blue Jays: Meet Brad Lincoln, Your Newest Acquisition

    So as you must be aware, late last night the Toronto Blue Jays traded OF Travis Snider to Pittsburgh for Pirates SP/RP Brad Lincoln...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about almost 2 years ago 2,087 reads 12 comments

  7. Fantasy Baseball: 11 Tips for Coming out Ahead in Midseason Blockbuster Trades

    Halfway through the fantasy baseball season is definitely early enough for managers to look at their teams and see where improvements can be made. In keeper leagues, oftentimes teams can pack it in at this point or seek to make some major changes...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about almost 2 years ago 2,359 reads 33 comments

  8. 8 Toronto Blue Jays Who Will Be Fantasy Weapons in the Second Half

    The Toronto Blue Jays are in last place in the AL East. In most cases that would be a terrible outcome but playing .500 baseball in this division is pretty good...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about 2 years ago 2,269 reads 3 comments

  9. Can the Blue Jays Contend with This Rotation?

    The Toronto Blue Jays have been decimated by injuries to their starting staff. It has actually been quite the impressive run, as their second, third, fourth and fifth starters to open the season have all left their starts this month with injury...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about 2 years ago 840 reads 17 comments

  10. MLB's Three Most Injury-Plagued Teams

    It is unfortunate for many teams that begin the season with such high hopes and then things come crashing down. In many cases, these injuries can make or break your season...

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  11. Fantasy Baseball 2012: 10 Great Pitchers You Can't Count on for Wins

    I have never been a fan of wins as a barometer of how good a pitcher is. Heck, just this past weekend Ervin Santana got a victory after giving up SEVEN earned runs. SEVEN!! That alone speaks volumes of how telling wins can be...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about 2 years ago 1,318 reads 1 comments

  12. Fantasy Baseball 2012: Top 10 Best Fantasy Baseball Names

    There are a lot of people who spend way too much time coming up with a clever fantasy baseball name. There are the usual suspects who garner much support in the fantasy-baseball-name universe, like Buster Posey, Tim Lincecum and Coco Crisp...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about 2 years ago 10,019 reads 28 comments

  13. Fantasy Baseball 2012: 8 Young Players About to Become Fantasy Weapons

    Fantasy baseball is one of my favourite fantasy sports. Unlike fantasy football, a lucky touchdown won't win you the week. You need to be smart with your pickups, ride a hot hand if you see it while staying true to what you believe...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about 2 years ago 5,497 reads 2 comments

  14. Fantasy Baseball Waiver Wire: Top 6 Hitters to Target ASAP

    The waiver wire is a very interesting beast. One day you could scour the wire and find nothing but trash, and the next day a beacon of light could be found...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about 2 years ago 74 reads 0 comments

  15. Fantasy Baseball Waiver Wire: 10 Intriguing Options to Avoid for Now

    Many of us who are in very competitive fantasy leagues know the importance of jumping on a player right before he is ready to break out...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about 2 years ago 3,081 reads 0 comments

  16. Why Boston Red Sox Are on the Verge of Their Worst Season in Years

    The Boston Red Sox have crept their way back to .500 ball by going 7-3 in their last ten games. However, in the tough AL East, that still nets them last place. There isn't much going right for this club at the moment...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about 2 years ago 1,681 reads 5 comments

  17. Does Luis Perez Deserve Toronto Blue Jays' Closer Gig with Sergio Santos on DL?

    The Associated Press reports Toronto Blue Jays closer Sergio Santos has been shut down due to right shoulder inflammation (via ESPN ). With Santos on the DL, Francisco Cordero—aka CoCo—has been anointed the Blue Jays' closer...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about 2 years ago 1,851 reads 10 comments

  18. Toronto Blue Jays Pitching Update: The Mysterious Fifth Starter and McGowan

    It is Thursday afternoon and there is some new information about the Toronto Blue Jays pitching. We will give you a quick overview of important news and notes regarding the Blue Jays pitching staff...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about 2 years ago 1,055 reads 2 comments

  19. Brandon Morrow: 10 Signs the Blue Jays Ace Is Finally Ready to Become Dominant

    Brandon Morrow is primed for a big year with the Toronto Blue Jays . Morrow had an excellent spring where he showed off different pitches and a new motivation to help the Blue Jays win...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about 2 years ago 1,021 reads 1 comments

  20. Toronto Blue Jays Discussion: Is It Time to Worry About the Bullpen?

    After the second straight game where the Toronto Blue Jays bullpen had some issues following a young starter pitching a gem, the question must be asked: Is there something wrong here? ...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about 2 years ago 819 reads 11 comments

  21. Brett Lawrie: 6 Things He Must Improve Upon to Become a Huge MLB Superstar

    As was showcased in the opening series against the Tribe, Brett Lawrie is a special ballplayer. Lawrie has many talents that are very impressive. For example, his base running on the double by Rajai Davis where he scored from first was outstanding...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about over 2 years ago 1,230 reads 11 comments

  22. MLB Opening Day 2012: Toronto Blue Jays vs. Cleveland Indians Predictions

    By now we are all very excited that the Major League Baseball season is finally upon us. The Toronto Blue Jays square off against the Cleveland Indians tomorrow at 3:05 EDT at Progressive Field...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about over 2 years ago 2,553 reads 8 comments

  23. 2012 MLB Predictions: Projecting the Stats of the Toronto Blue Jays' Stars

    The Jays are back and so am I! The Toronto Blue Jays have taken Major League Baseball by storm. With a magical spring training record of 22-4, they are leaps and bounds ahead of ...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about over 2 years ago 2,354 reads 13 comments

  24. Toronto Blue Jays: How Should John Farrell Handle the Bullpen?

    With the new acquisition of longtime Cincinnati Red and Texas Ranger Francisco Cordero , the pecking order in the bullpen just got a little more complicated...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about over 2 years ago 1,780 reads 7 comments

  25. Toronto Blue Jays Need a Full-Fledged Rival

    After watching the Los Angeles Lakers and the Los Angeles Clippers face off in quite the showdown last night, it made me wonder how the Blue Jays could become more than just a peripheral franchise in the eyes of the MLB ...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about over 2 years ago 1,917 reads 6 comments