1. Washington Nationals Closer Update

    Today was a somewhat odd for the Washington bullpen. First off, it held the lead. Joe Beimal, the anointed fantasy closer for the National made his first appearance since coming off the DL and got some work in the eighth inning...

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  2. Buy Low, Sell High

    OK everyone it is time to hear from Jesse Schwarz again. I'm sure you all remember Jesse, he wrote a couple of great articles for Fighting Chance Fantasy a few weeks back, one on underrated players, and one on overrated players...

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  3. Manny Ramirez Tests Positive

    I just found out that it will be officially reported today that Manny Ramirez has tested positive for Performing Enhancing Drugs and will be suspended for 50 games...

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  4. FBS Expert League II Has Plenty Of Action Through Week 4

    The first month of the season is in the books and the Fantasy Baseball Search Expert League II has already had its share of big wins, tough loses, and exciting finishes...

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  5. Fantasy Baseball Tonight, May 6: Whitesell, Niese, and more

    It's going to be a quick one tonight folks. Sorry about that, but I got a real late start. J.J. Hardy to me is one of the more underrated shortstops...

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  6. Red Sox-Yankees: Papelbon Pitches Five Outs to a Rocky Save

    Look for Takashi Saito to close for the Red Sox if they have a save chance against the Yankees. Jonathan Papelbon threw 32 pitches to get five hard-earned outs for the Red Sox Monday night...

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  7. Kevin Gregg and Carlos Marmol: Chicago Cubs Closer Report

    So far in 2009, the Cubs closer situation has been an enigma. The Cubs are considered one of the richest teams in win expectation, so their closer is highly valued. So far it has been a back and forth battle between Kevin Gregg and Carlos Marmol...

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  8. Kerry Wood Gets Abused By Blue Jays

    Kerry Wood's fastball was ineffective against the Blue Jays and his command was suspect. He gave up two runs on two hits and a walk. He did look impressive striking out Wells, but outside of that, it was a terrible outing for Wood...

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  9. Fantasy Baseball Tonight 5/4: Stars Getting Back on Track?

    Francisco Liriano has now been good in three of his last four starts, and Monday was his best outing of the year. He allowed just two runs over 7.1 innings, and struck out nine to get his first win of the year...

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  10. The Hot Eight: Week Five

    Believe it or not folks, this is a critical time of year. Right now is when the free agent and trade moves you make can define your season. We have all sat around and watched the first month of the baseball season...

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  11. Fantasy Baseball Tonight 5/2: New York Yankees, Detroit Tigers, Adam Jones

    Jorge Posada continues his resurgence in 2009, as he connected with home run number five. I know it was an injury plagued year for him in 2008, but he only hit three all of last year...

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  12. Julian Tavarez Quickly Becomes Washington Fodder

    It didn't take long for Julian Tavarez to get baptized as closer for the Washington Nationals. In his second appearance since being anointed closer with Kip Wells, Tavarez got his bell rung to the tune of 5 runs (2 ER) from the St...

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  13. Fantasy Baseball Tonight 4/29; Young Pitchers, Old Pitcher, Colorado Rockies

    Yovani Gallardo continued his ascension to fantasy "stud" status both on the mound and at the plate. Gallardo was MASTERFUL over eight innings, allowing just two hits, walking one and striking out ELEVEN! His ERA now sits at 2...

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  14. Fantasy Baseball Tonight; Fast Starts, Slow Starts, Hughes and Hamels

    For those of you who were with me last year, my baby Morgan turns 11 months today. Remember the little storm cloud that used to follow Charlie Brown around? Well, it has now officially left Mr...

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  15. Blog Talk Radio Guru League #1 (Week 4)

    Blog Talk Radio Guru League No. 1 (Week 4) Wade P. owner of "Don't Tread on me" is still No. 1 in the standings, but myself the Silent Expert made a big move up in the standings knocking out The True Guru beating 8-1-1...

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  16. Fantasy Baseball Tonight,4/27: Verlander Returns, Hughes Coming Up, and More

    Justin Verlander got into a time machine tonight and went back to 2007 when he was a quality major league pitcher. He has been frustrating his fantasy owners for just over a full season now ...

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  17. The Hot Eight: Week Four

    Welcome back my friends to the most in depth free agent and waiver pickup blog anywhere, The Hot Eight! As we close out the first month of the MLB season, I am happy to have recommended ...

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  18. Fantasy Baseball Tonight 4/26; Bruce, Davis, Up and Down Pitchers

    It was the second consecutive rough start for Clayton Kershaw. After allowing six runs in under five innings last time out, Kershaw allowed nine earned runs in just 4.2 innings. In two starts, his ERA has gone from 1...

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  19. Fantasy Baseball Waiver Candy: April 26

    April 26th, 2009 JunkyardJake.Com Chris Duncan, St. Louis Cardinals, OF,1B While it's true that Tony LaRussa's somewhat capricious lineup strategy defies any reasonable ...

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  20. Fantasy Baseball Tonight 4/25; Patience With Slow-ey Starts

    One of the most common emails that I get on a daily basis is when is it time to stop waiting on (insert player here) to start hitting/pitching well? And my answer is usually to continue ...

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  21. Player Spotlights - Matt Holliday and Carlos Quentin

    Matt Holliday and Carlos Quentin April 25, 2009 Live Fantasy Baseball Mock Drafts, Fantasy Baseball Player Rankings, Player Trade Calculator, Fantasy Forums and more ! at FantasyBaseballXtreme...

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  22. Fantasy Baseball Tonight 4/24; Next Wave of Elite Pitchers

    Before the news of the night I want to invite you all to check out an interview that I did recently with Toby Mergler of mlb.com. I am part of the Fantasy Baseball Search expert league with Toby and he is interviewing all of us during the season...

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  23. Fantasy Baseball Tonight: 4/23

    Through three innings, Cole Hamels looked like his old self again. He struck out six of the first nine batters he faced...

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  24. Fantasy Baseball Search Site Review: 2009 RotoWorld.com

    Review By Jeff Mans4/5 Stars Anybody who knows anything about fantasy sports no doubt gets their information from Rotoworld.com. We're living in a digital age where breaking news and information spreads like the sun on an Arizona desert...

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  25. Jon Lester Is Back to Form

    It took three starts, but the real Jon Lester showed himself today against Baltimore. His first two starts were bad, but primarily unlucky...

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